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The Doreen Massey reader

Author: Doreen B Massey; Brett Christophers; Rebecca Lave; Jamie Peck; Marion Werner
Publisher: Newcastle Upon Tyne : Agenda Publishing, [2018]
Series: Economic transformations (Newcastle upon Tyne, England)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Doreen Massey (1944-2016) changed geography. Her ideas on space, region, labour, identity, ethics and capital transformed the field itself, while also attracting a wide audience in sociology, planning, political economy, cultural studies, gender studies and beyond. The significance of her contributions is difficult to overstate. Far from a dry defence of disciplinary turf, her claim that "geography matters"  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2018439457
(OCoLC)1056767373
Named Person: Doreen B Massey; Doreen B Massey
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Doreen B Massey; Brett Christophers; Rebecca Lave; Jamie Peck; Marion Werner
ISBN: 9781911116844 1911116843 9781788211772 1788211774
OCLC Number: 1050955017
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 347 pages) : facsimile (frontispiece).
Contents: 1. Out of place: Doreen Massey, radical geographer --
pt. I Region --
Restructuring regions: Doreen Massey on uneven geographical development --
2. Towards a critique of industrial location theory (1973) --
3. Labour must take over land (1973) --
4. The analysis of capitalist landownership: an investigation of the case of Great Britain (1977) --
5. Regionalism: some current issues (1978) --
6. A woman's place? (1984) --
7. The changing geography of trade unions (1989) --
pt. II Place --
Reconceptualizing place: Doreen Massey on relational geographical processes --
8. Beyond the coalfields: the work of the miners' support groups (1985) --
9. Power-geometry and a progressive sense of place (1993) --
10. A place called home? (1992) --
11. Masculinity, dualisms and high technology (1995) --
12. The geography of power (2000) --
13. Globalisation: what does it mean for geography? (2002) --
pt. III Space --
Spatializing power: Doieen Massey on space us domination and potential --
14. New directions in space (1985) --
15. Flexible sexism (1991) --
16. Reflections on gender and geography (1995) --
17. Politics and space/time (1992) --
18. Reflections on debates over a decade (1995) --
19. Philosophy and politics of spatiality: some considerations (1999) --
20. Concepts of space and power in theory and in political practice (2009).
Series Title: Economic transformations (Newcastle upon Tyne, England)
Other Titles: Essays.
Responsibility: edited by Brett Christophers, Rebecca Lave, Jamie Peck, Marion Werner.

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This collection of Doreen Massey's writings brings together for the first time her formative contributions, showcasing the continuing relevance of her ideas to current debates. With introductions and  Read more...

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