Social geography: new religions and ethnoburbs – contrasts with cultural geography

@article{Peach2002SocialGN,
  title={Social geography: new religions and ethnoburbs – contrasts with cultural geography},
  author={C. Peach},
  journal={Progress in Human Geography},
  year={2002},
  volume={26},
  pages={252 - 260}
}
  • C. Peach
  • Published 2002
  • Geography
  • Progress in Human Geography
In this, my third and final review of social geography, I want to return to the theme on which I started (Peach, 1999). There is a fundamental, but hopefully fruitful, tension between the ways in which social and cultural geography consider matters of common interest. One of the consequences of the fashion for postmodernism in human geography is that cultural geography, with its emphases on hybridity, in-betweenness and flexibility, has claimed the epithet of ‘new’ while social geography, with… Expand
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