Population geography I: Surplus populations

@article{Tyner2013PopulationGI,
  title={Population geography I: Surplus populations},
  author={J. Tyner},
  journal={Progress in Human Geography},
  year={2013},
  volume={37},
  pages={701 - 711}
}
  • J. Tyner
  • Published 2013
  • Geography
  • Progress in Human Geography
The subject of ‘population’ is undergoing a renaissance in geography; this is seen, for example, in the voluminous studies addressing ‘marginalized’ populations, including but not limited to refugees, internally displaced persons, and children. In short, scholarship has focused on those lives rendered ‘wasted’, ‘precarious’, or ‘superfluous’. Population geographers have made substantial contributions; however, more can be done. In this and the next two progress reports, I suggest that… Expand
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