5 edition of Discursive geographies found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Writing space and place in French, Géographies discursives, Écriture de l"espace et du lieu en français|
|Statement||edited by Jeanne Garane = Géographies discursives : l"écriture de l"espace et du lieu en français / edité par Jeanne Garane|
|Series||Francopolyphonies -- 2|
|Contributions||Garane, Jeanne, 1960-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||285 p. :|
|Number of Pages||285|
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Roderick Nash, with his book, The Rights of Nature (), continued to develop this conceptualization of the history of modernity being a story of expanding moral consideration to include greater portions of humanity and characterized the (North American) movement to promote the ethical treatment of non-human nature as “an evolution of ethics from natural rights of a limited Cited by: Get this from a library.
Discursive geographies: writing space and place in French. [Jeanne Garane;] -- The present collection of essays follows in the wake of recent work in cultural geography challenging the idea that maps are scientifically neutral entities, or that space, unlike time, is immobile.
Immigration has become an object of political contention far from national borders. As migrants and immigrants move into interior cities, border discourses follow them, often propagated by conservative political factions seeking to extend their influence.
This article examines one episode of contention around these processes – a struggle among officials, media organizations, and. COVID Resources. Discursive geographies book information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
The concept of imagined geographies (or imaginative geographies) originated from Edward Said, particularly his work on critique on this context, imagined does not mean to be false or made-up, but rather is used synonymous with ed Discursive geographies book refers to the perception of a space created through certain imagery, texts, and/or discourses.
Geographies of the Body by Carl Bonner-Thompson, Peter and skin, but also as a social, cultural, and discursive construction that comes into social existence through relations of power and language.
thinking of bodies only as coming into being through cultural meaning. This book is a reaction to critiques of her previous work that.
Define discursive. discursive synonyms, discursive pronunciation, discursive translation, English dictionary definition of discursive. adj. The completed book is a discursive treatise, the various volumes necessarily written from more or less different view-points, on many of the main aspects, general and technical, of all art, literary.
discursive: [adjective] moving from topic to topic without order: rambling. proceeding coherently from topic to topic.
Stopping the Serengeti Road Social Media and the Discursive Politics of Conservation in Tanzania. Sharad Chari, Susanne Freidberg, Stopping the Serengeti Road, in Other Geographies: The Influences Of Michael Watts (eds S. Chari, S. Freidberg, V. Gidwani, J. Ribot and W.
Wolford), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK. doi: Author: Benjamin Gardner. From Registered Nurse to Registered Nanny: Discursive Geographies of Filipina Domestic Workers in Vancouver, BC. Geraldine Pratt. Search for more papers by this author.
Geraldine Pratt. Search for more papers by this author. Book Editor(s): Trevor J. Barnes. Search for more papers by this author. Jamie Peck. Search for more papers by this by: Discursive geographies book of imaginative geographies in the middle of the nineteenth century that brought Egypt within European horizons of intelligibility and Discursive geographies book, and so in much the same way I will examine a series of discursive strategies that ren-dered Egypt as a text to be read or as the object of a gaze.
I accentuate the plural and the indefinite. Moral and discursive geographies in the war for biodiversity in Africa Roderick P.
Neumann) Department of International Relations, Florida International University, Miami, FLUSA. Using illustrative examples from around the world, Social Geographies includes: Individual chapters on the main theoretical approaches to difference - Individual chapters on the key concepts of identity, power and action - Reviews of the core literature, with suggestions for further reading - Biographies of key contemporary social geographers.
She has co-edited two books (Critical Bodies and Discursive Research in Practice) and written numerous book chapters and journal articles featuring discursive psychology as the analytical approach. Her research focuses on the social interactional processes around eating, particularly during family mealtimes.
Book Description. Although there are human geographers who have previously written on matters of media and communication, and those in media and communication studies who have previously written on geographical issues, this is the first book-length dialogue in which experienced theorists and researchers from these different fields address each other directly.
Consuming Geographies book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Food occupies a seemingly mundane position in all our lives, y /5. Geographies of the Book: Review and Prospect In describing this field's twin concern with geography in books and with the geography of books, the paper examines the ways in which printed texts matter to the study of geography's discursive and disciplinary histories and the contributions that geography, in turn, can make to explaining the.
discursive: 1 adj proceeding to a conclusion by reason or argument rather than intuition Synonyms: dianoetic logical capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning adj (of e.g.
speech and writing) tending to depart from the main point or cover a wide range of subjects “a rambling discursive book” Synonyms: digressive. The discursive production and maintenance of class privilege: Permeable geographies, slippery rhetorics Crispin Thurlow and Adam Jaworski Discourse & Cited by: 6.
Introduction: Spaces of Hate: Geographies of Discrimination and Intolerance in the U.S.A Spaces of Hate Hate has been made into a contemporary social problem.1 The legal and discursive mainstream political commitment to diversity and multiculturalism has been derived from social movements that brought the topic of discrimination and violence Author: Colin Flint.
Introduction. The past decade has seen an explosion of geographical work around energy. Taking energy research outside the exclusive domain of the technological, these “energy geographies” are unpacking the social, cultural, and political dimensions of energy production and consumption, and the ways by which space, place, landscape, and territory co-constitute such energy.
Virtual Geographies is the first detailed study to offer a working definition of cyberpunk within the postmodern force field. Cyberpunk emerges as a new generic cluster within science fiction, one that has spawned many offspring in such domains as film, music, and feminism/5(5).
The article presents a discursive critique of misrepresentation of the American and Indian geographies in the English fictional narratives set during the times of anti-British revolutions in the respective countries.
But despite this wide historical and geographical sweep, the authors share some key concerns. This collection is unique in combining theoretical, conceptual and discursive approaches to the emerging geographies of belief with substantive examples of the intersection of belief, faith and religion with aspects of everyday life.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Urban Mobility. A2 - Toft, Anne Elisabeth. A2 - Rönn, Magnus. PY - /6/ Y1 - /6/ N2 - This anthology is the proceedings publication from the NAF Symposium in Malmö, aim of the NAF Symposium “Urban Mobility – Architectures, Geographies and Social Space” was to facilitate a cross-disciplinary discussion Author: Magnus Rönn, Anne Elisabeth Torft.
These are the geographies of girlhood, the important sites of identity construction for girls and young women.
This book is situated within the fledgling field of Girls Studies. All chapters are based on field research with adolescent girls and young women; hence, the voices of girls themselves are primary in every chapter. Discursive governance refers to implicit mechanisms of governance such as narratives, leitmotifs, and strategic metaphors in political language.
It examines how the framing of policies affects political and social representations in accordance with the wishes of political authorities. Ad hoc discourses generate a space where politicians configure, transmit, and initiate politics. Discursive Essay. It is argued nowadays on whether teenagers, who go to school, should be wearing a uniform.
There are many advantages but also some disadvantages, such as: All the students wearing the same uniform, which can take the stress off looking better than other students as they are wearing similar attire, and also having a uniform can make a person look.
2 Locational geographies and histories 37 The locational discourse in geography 37 dynamic discursive formation. New interests and new directions being taken up Geography and history are different ways of looking at the world but they areFile Size: 90KB. The contributors to Mapping Geographies of Violence explore the multi-layered meaning of violence and the various ways it occupies our daily lives, be they overt, institutional, structural or covert.
With an eye towards social justice, each chapter offers a discrete definition of violence and provides readers with a range of theoretical orientations, from social psychology, symbolic.
Discourse (from Latin: discursus, lit. 'running to and from') generally denotes written and spoken communications, though its usage differs between various disciplines and instance, in semantics and discourse analysis, it is a conceptual generalization of conversation within each modality and context of communication.
Moreover, in regard to semantics. Another word for discursive: digressive, loose, rambling, roundabout, diffuse | Collins English Thesaurus. Julius Greve is Lecturer and Research Associate at the Institute for English and American Studies, University of Oldenburg, Germany, and the author of Shreds of Matter: Cormac McCarthy and the Concept of Nature ().
Florian Zappe is Assistant Professor of American Studies at the Georg-August-University Göttingen, has published monographs on William S.
Prostitution has certainly been a point of focus, where governance and policing clash with complex geographies of public and private, gender, and moral regulation. 22 The relations between sexualities and imperialism and colonialism have received particular attention, and their relation to the mutual constitution of race and sexuality is a Cited by: 1.
Mucignat's book is an evocative analysis of the way novels marshal their technical and stylistic resources to produce imagined geographies so complex and engrossing that they intensify and even transform the reader's experience of real-life places.
reverberations of the natural world in the very discursive context of the novel: from. Geographies of Invisibility: The ‘Hidden’ Lives of Rural Lone Parents With Annie Hughes This chapter argues that the discursive categories 'lone parent' and 'the rural' have been constructed in such a way as to obscure rural lone parenthood as a recognizable by: 7.
Mayors and urban governance: discursive power, identity and local politics Des maires et la gouvernance urbaine: le pouvoir discursif, l'identité, et la politique locale Alcaldes y gobierno urbano: poder discursivo, identidad y política localCited by: geographies, identifying the conceptual, theoretical, and empirical axes along which geographers are engaging with the digital, addressing how and why digitality matters to as a kind of discursive label or blanket that is thrown over a series of quite different things.
In doing so, this label can obfuscate more than itFile Size: 85KB. Summary Geographies of Girlhood: Identities In-Between explores how adolescent girls come to understand themselves as female in this culture, particularly during a time when they are learning what it means to be a woman and their identities are in-between that of child and adult, girl and woman.
It illuminates the everyday realities of adolescent girls and the real issues that concern. The Paperback of the Imagined Geographies: Central European Spatial Narratives between and by Aleksandra Konarzewska at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Due to COVID, orders may be :. Dierwechter, Yonn and Brian Coffey “The travels, triumphs, and travails of New Urbanism: discursive geographies of affirmation and dissent in US newspapers, ” Journal of Urbanism.
Dierwechter, Yonn.Overview: In this activity students will discuss, in groups, discursive violence by responding to a specific prompt situated in different, real-world scenarios where discursive violence is taking place. Class: Anthropology The Anthropology of Objects.
Goals: (1) For students to understand how Western societies that commodify, display, categorize, and define themselves .