Society, Space and Citizenship: A Human Geography for the 'New Times'?

@inproceedings{Smith1989SocietySA,
  title={Society, Space and Citizenship: A Human Geography for the 'New Times'?},
  author={S. Jarrell. Smith},
  year={1989}
}
  • S. Jarrell. Smith
  • Published 1989
  • Sociology
  • Human geography once looked to conflict sociology to overcome the analytical shortcomings and political sterility of its empiricist past. Today, the theoretical and practical relevance of that value-committed movement is challenged by the politics of post-Fordist economics and postmodem culture. If the discipline's 'old' radicalism is to survive the 'new times', an alternative to both the early Left and the resurgent Right seems desirable. This requires renewed attention to the shifting… CONTINUE READING

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