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” —Valorie A. July 2010 Hardback eBook 230 pages 978-0-7546-7652-2 978-0-7546-7653-9 $99. Gavin Turrell. The University of Auckland. Contents: Preface. University of Durham.ashgate. Graham Moon. showing how health and place are socially and culturally constructed and how health is embodied. Robyn Longhurst. Claire Edwards. April 2010 Hardback eBook 286 pages 978-0-7546-7561-7 978-1-4094-0319-7 $114. Lukar E. Index.ashgate. 563 miles: a matter of longdistance caring by siblings of siblings with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Thornton and Anne M. Place and Mental Health Sarah Curtis.” —Robin Kearns. Crooks. Simon Fraser University This book investigates associations between water. Kruse II. UK and Robert Wilton. Vera Chouinard. Rob Imrie. experienced and enacted in place. University of Edinburgh. Sea bathing: the thalassic cure. Daniel Kim and Ichiro Kawachi. Wiles and Ruth E. Placing little people: dwarfism and the geographies of everyday life. 2 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY. Massey University.com SERIES ASHGATE’S GEOGRAPHIES OF HEALTH SERIES Series Editors: Allison Williams and Susan Elliott This series publishes superior quality research monographs and edited collections representing contemporary applications in the field. Geographies of disability: reflections on new body knowledges. Introduction: towards enabling geographies. Kim Edwards. Lisa Wood and Ryan Falconer. New Zealand. Embodied ageing in place: what does it mean to grow old?. Enabling cultures of dis/order online. Recourse to discourse: talk and text as avenues to understand environments of obesity. techniques and theories. Please visit www. Mylène Riva and Sarah Curtis. Kavanagh. The geographies of interdependence in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities. news. Deborah Metzel.McMaster University.ashgate.com/geographiesofhealth NEW Towards Enabling Geographies ‘Disabled’ Bodies and Minds in Society and Space Edited by Vera Chouinard. Allen. Post-asylum geographies of mental health care: spaces for therapy and treatment. mobility and disability: biologies of culpability and the biologised spaces of (post)modernity. spirituality and mental health. Turkish baths and sweat houses: the sweating cure. McMaster University Ashgate’s Geographies of Health series “The editors are to be congratulated on this rich and rewarding collection that reflects the place of disability as a deepening stream within geographical inquiry. August 2010 Hardback eBook 288 pages 978-0-7546-7331-6 978-0-7546-9040-5 $114. New Zealand Towards Enabling Geographies brings together leading scholars to showcase the “second wave” of geographical studies concerned with disability and embodied differences. health. University of Dundee. Young people with socio-emotional differences: theorising disability and destabilising socio-emotional norms. Popkin. Contents: Foreword. Jamie Pearce and Karen Witten.’ Jamie Pearce and Karen Witten.Social and Cultural Geography Ashgate Online: Visit our website for a comprehensive online catalog. information and special offers: www. ‘Virtuous landscapes:’ therapeutic material settings. Childhood obesity and the food environment.95 NEW Space. Robert J. The book demonstrates the value of a spatial conceptualization of disability and disablement. Ireland Ashgate’s Geographies of Health series “…advances use of the therapeutic landscapes concept by offering a rich case study that has global relevance. this encompasses original research as well as advances in methods. Graham Clarke and Kirk Harland. embodiment and the meaning of the home. Anomie.S. Andrew Power. Mens sana in corpora sanu? Introduction to geographical perspectives on health of the mind and body. Mat Walton and Louise Signal. Biometric geographies. Edward Hall.95 Proposals: We are actively seeking new book proposals for this series. physical activity. examining the ways in which environment and living conditions promote an imbalance of energy intake over energy expenditure. Edward Hall and Robert Wilton.com/authors for submission guidelines. Measuring obesogenic environments—representing place in studies of obesity. Full series details and title information are available at www. PART V: FUTURE RESEARCH CHALLENGES: Residential environments and obesity—estimating causal effects. Childhood obesity. space and population mental health.” —Tony Gatrell. PART VI: CONCLUSIONS: Conclusions: common themes and emerging questions. social capital and social integration. while examining how this conceptualization can be further developed and refined. place and culture in Ireland. Janet Hoek and Rachel McLean. Contents: Preface. Billie Giles-Corti. Robin Kearns. Glossary. Women’s changing experiences of the home and life inside it after becoming chronically ill. The disabling affects of fat: the emotional and material geographies of some women who live in Hamilton. Jennifer Robertson-Wilson. Index. PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE NEW TITLES 2010 . UK and Karen Witten. Index. PART II: FOOD ENVIRONMENT AND OBESITY (ENERGY IN): Changing food environment and obesity: an overview. This study assembles the evidence for a geographical explanation of this trend. policy and the role of geography. PART IV: OBESOGENIC ENVIRONMENTS AND POLICY RESPONSES: Policy responses and obesogenic food environments. Material hazards and risks for mental health. Contextual determinants of obesity: an overview. March 2010 Hardback eBook 356 pages 978-0-7546-7619-5 978-0-7546-9941-5 $124. National University of Ireland. Conclusion. The emerging obesity epidemic: an introduction.95 NEW Geographies of Obesity Environmental Understandings of the Obesity Epidemic Edited by Jamie Pearce. Melody Oliver and Grant Schofield. Introduction. Louise Holt. ENVIRONMENT AND OBESITY (ENERGY OUT): The role of the changing built environment in shaping our shape. Place. Katrina Giskes. Maynooth. New Zealand Ashgate’s Geographies of Health series Over the past two decades. UK How and why does the social and physical environment matter for mental health and psychological wellbeing in human populations? This book shows that health geography makes a distinctive focus on the interactions between people and their social and physical environment. Dreamscapes and imagined spaces: the meaning of place for identity. Lancaster University. Disability. Joanne Maddern and Emma Stewart. The modern spa: the relaxation cure. Bibliography. Spa towns: the rest cure. status anxiety and fear: socio-spatial relations and mental ill-health. Janine L. PART III: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. Isabel Dyck. Barry M. Index. UK Ashgate’s Geographies of Health series “…a timely and important book. ‘It’s my umbilical cord to the world…the internet’: d/deaf and hard of hearing people’s information and communication practices. Understanding the local physical activity environment and obesity. Policy responses and the physical environment. Holy wells: the faith cure. rates of adult and childhood obesity in the developed world have risen sharply. Dianna Smith. Contents: Foreword. Evaluating workfare: disability. Resilience. Tracey Skelton and Gill Valentine. and the physical environment. Valorie A Crooks. Understanding the local food environment and obesity. PART I: INTRODUCTION: Introduction: bringing a geographical perspective to understanding the ‘obesity epidemic. Joyce Davidson and Hester Parr. and in the ways that it conceptualizes space and place.95 NEW Healing Waters Therapeutic Landscapes in Historic and Contemporary Ireland Ronan Foley.

POD technology enables us to keep more of our books in print as many of our POD titles remain the authoritative reference in their field. Contents: Preface.” —Tim May. Gwynne. governance and social psychology. Using the DanishSwedish border to illustrate the actions of groups and individuals engaged in bordering since the 1600s.COM/GEOGRAPHY 3 . this richly theoretical discussion highlights the complexities of political and cultural identity processes. Halkier’s empirical cases of food consumption reflect major modern concerns about the health of the human body and soul and its relation to the external world. Thematically organized around the notions of the experience of space and place. August 2010 Hardback eBook 224 pages 978-0-7546-7476-4 978-1-4094-1022-5 $99. Angus Laing. Personal bordering. April 2010 Hardback eBook 296 pages 978-0-7546-7229-6 978-0-7546-8911-9 $114. Robert N.” —Jukka Gronow. University of South Carolina Everyday Life in Asia offers a range of detailed case studies presenting social perspectives on sensory experiences in Asia. May 2010 Hardback eBook 224 pages 978-0-7546-7994-3 978-0-7546-9976-7 $99. Michael K. Denmark “This is a pioneering contribution to an important. PART IV: CONSUMPTION AS PRODUCTION AND PRODUCTION AS CONSUMPTION: Creating palate geographies: Chilean wine and UK consumption spaces. For more information and to see examples. PART II: CONSUMPTION IN SPACE AND PLACE: Ethical campaigning and buyer-driven commodity chains: transforming retailers’ purchasing practices?. and the way they have shaped our world. both in the UK and beyond. largely neglected topic in consumption studies: media campaigns and debates which increasingly rely on the agency of ordinary consumers to solve serious social problems. aiming to develop integrative approaches that articulate the processes involved in the production and consumption of space and place. University of Salford. Low. This is a collection at once fascinating and edifying. David B. Frank Trentmann. UK This book provides a critique of the knowledge business.95 NEW Everyday Life in Asia Social Perspectives on the Senses Edited by Devorah Kalekin-Fishman. Bryant. Singapore “This is an important collection. Far fewer are prepared to critically examine their effects on the knowledge production process. Lancaster University This book explores the relationship between space. Smith. and describes and evaluates its different manifestations in. engaging and innovative study of consumption and its role in structuring contemporary capitalist political economies. Clarke. Terry Newholm and Gill Hogg. Contents: Bordering. UK and Rob Imrie. The seduction of space. space and place. David Goodman. A border is born. An idea of space. It is a significant contribution to debate in this area and deserves a wide readership. Marshall University What is a border? This seemingly simple question is here answered via a multidisciplinary study of the cultural. Bordering paradoxes. Through a focus in the social sciences and in particular housing and urban studies. John Wilkinson.95 NEW Consumption Challenged Food in Medialised Everyday Lives Bente Halkier. 308 pages 978-0-7546-7905-9 978-0-7546-9790-9 c. the essays grant us unprecedented access to the interplay of the senses and society in one of the most underrepresented areas of sensory study: Asia. Goodman. Case studies of Chilean wine. David Goodman. place and consumption. Recognition and redistribution in the renegotiation of rural space: the dynamics of aesthetic and ethical critiques. Index. media. please go to www.Social and Cultural Geography Print-on-Demand: An increasing number of Ashgate’s older books will now be available as print-on-demand (POD). geographical and historical existence of borders. Bordering narratives. References. the university sector. King’s College London. Goodman. This book does that with insightful contributions from those newer and more established in urban and housing research. communication. National University of Singapore. PART III: CONSUMPTION AS CONNECTION/ DISCONNECTION/RECONNECTION: Manufacturing meaning along the chicken supply chain: consumer anxiety and the spaces of production.” —Mark M. The result is a varied.95 NEW The Knowledge Business The Commodification of Urban and Housing Research Edited by Chris Allen. Postscripts. Alex Hughes. The cultural economy of the boutique hotel: the case of the Schrager and W hotels in New York. chewing gum. Uppsala University. Space for change or changing spaces: exploiting virtual spaces of consumption.95 NEW Consuming Space Placing Consumption in Perspective Edited by Michael K. King’s College London. tradition and the senses. King’s College London. cross-border sensory experiences. UK. Israel and Kelvin E. University of Haifa. and habitus and the senses—its rich empirical content reveals people’s commitment to place. Roskilde University. University of California. to illustrate the changing methods academics are encouraged to employ within academies to ensure commercial goals are achieved.ashgate. September 2010 Hardback eBook 290 pages 978-0-7546-7690-4 978-0-7546-9387-1 $114. Peter Jackson. contested and sometimes disturbing landscape.ASHGATE. $124.’ Michael Redclift. Santa Cruz and Michael Redclift. PART I: THE CONSUMPTION OF SPACE AND PLACE: Frontier spaces of production and consumption: surfaces. risk and the environment. Neil Ward and Polly Russell. UK “This is a book that quite literally maps the complex territory between consumption and production.Y. September 2010 Hardback eBook c. David Goodman and Michael Redclift. chickens and more provide fascinating insight into the changing contours of what proves to be a fluid.” —Elizabeth Shove. essential for anyone interested in the sensory veining of everyday life. but also to policy makers and researchers in the fields of geography. Raymond L. Place and space in alternative food networks: connecting production and consumption. Index. and impacts on. INTRODUCTION—GROUNDING CONSUMING SPACE: Introduction: situating consumption. Consumption Challenged will appeal not only to sociologists of consumption. Consuming Burmese teak: anatomy of a violent luxury resource. Donald McNeill and Kim McNamara.com/POD SEE ALSO… Rethinking the Meaning of Place page 15 NEW Bordering Identity Processes between the National and Personal Anders Linde-Laursen. Manchester Metropolitan University. Neil Wrigley and Martin Butte. this volume draws on a wide range of experiences. UK “Expectations of universities and celebrations of their enterprising activities appear unbounded. appearances and representations on the ‘Mayan Riviera. Multiple spaces of consumption: some historical perspectives. and the manner in which its sensory experience provides the key to penetrating the meanings abound in everyday life. Sweden With its innovative theoretical approach and rich empirical data relating particularly to the field of food consumption. Beautifully conceptualized and expertly executed.95 WWW.

Charles W. PART III: MOBILE RHYTHMS: ‘He who thinks. Socio-spatial experiences of carers. Tracey Potts. Volney’s Tableau. Paola Jiron. UK and Charles W. Monica Degen. Rhys Evans and Alexandra Franklin. PART I: GEOGRAPHIES OF PRODUCTION: The amusements of posterity: print against empire in late 18th-century Bengal. this rich collection of essays ably demonstrates the crucial importance of geography for understanding the production.” —Edward Hall.J. welfare and citizenship. enlightenment and the book: authorship and audience in Mungo Park’s African texts. the movement of books (epistemologically as well as geographically). Rosa Salzberg. particularly how rhythms characterize space. Mobilities and Bodies Edited by Tim Edensor. Tim Edensor. Place. UK “Impressively wide-ranging over time and space yet thematically focused. aesthetics and ethics—and to a damning critique of economic rationality and utilitarian thinking and planning. ‘The engine sang an even song’: rhythm and mobilities among early women aviators. 1790–1850. Mayhew. UK “Geographies of Rhythm mobilizes Henri Lefebvre’s ‘rhythmanalysis’ for the 21st century.J. ‘I’m in a park and I’m practically dead’: insomnia.com/ examcopy or contact: Sales Manager: Suzanne Sprague at ssprague@ashgate. PART II: GEOGRAPHIES OF CIRCULATION: ‘Per le piazze & sopra il ponte’: reconstructing the geography of popular print in 16th-century Venice. Construing the spaces of print culture: book historians’ visualization preferences. Miles Ogborn and Charles W. Richard Hornsey. Index. Steam and the landscape of knowledge: W. UK Focusing on the welfare and social rights models of England. Mark E. Printing posterity: editing Varenius and the construction of geography’s history. Caregiver’s policy in the United States.95 FORTHCOMING Landscapes of Care Comparative Perspectives on Family Caregiving Andrew Power. Conclusion. Welfare and care.Social and Cultural Geography Examination Copies: To request examination copies. in modern traffic. Sher. UK Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series “The strength of this book draws ultimately on the complexity of The Fall. Its impressive comparative analysis of three countries offers detailed insight into the discourses. Filipa Matos Wunderlich. Regional allocation of Irish care policy. University of Edinburgh. PART II: RESISTING RHYTHMS: Urban outreach and the polyrhythmic city. Books. April 2010 Hardback eBook 316 pages 978-0-7546-7850-2 978-0-7546-9675-9 $114. Deryck W. Daniel Hopkins. Robert J. Re-thinking catastrophe in the time of climate change.95 eBook 978-1-4094-0392-0 Examination copies are available in paperback 4 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY. Fiona A. medical geography and books on the frontier. Withers. Keighren. both at University of Salford. PART I: POWER AND THE RHYTHMS OF PLACE: Consuming urban rhythms: let’s ravalejar. National University of Ireland. leading geographers are brought together to expand and advance on Lefebvre’s theories. Holdsworth. James Evans. Index. Ireland in International comparison. Music and Politics Edited by Michael Goddard and Benjamin Halligan. Owain Jones. 256 pages 978-0-7546-7950-9 978-0-7546-9888-3 c. Smith and The Fall: Art. Miles Ogborn.J. May 2010 226 pages Hardback 978-0-7546-6862-6 $99. The counting house library: creating mercantile knowledge in the age of sail. with its cosmic library of ‘screwed up’ lyrics to unfold. Repetition and difference: rhythms and mobile place-making in Santiago de Chile. Contents: Preface. PART III: GEOGRAPHIES OF RECEPTION: Geography. Manchester Metropolitan University. Contents: Introduction: thinking about rhythm and space.ashgate. Michael L.com Look for the magnifying glass icon! NEW Geographies of Rhythm Nature. Fascinatin’ rhythm(s): polyrhythmia and the syncopated echoes of the everyday. geography and Denmark’s colonial undertaking in West Africa. Withers. University of Dundee. Equine beats: unique rhythms (and floating harmony) of horses and their riders. & R. art and politics. this book compares the welfare ideologies in each country and examines how their different historical.95 Paperback 978-0-7546-6867-1 $24. Contents: Introduction. Here. Withers. Bibliography. Galway “This book is a fascinating engagement with one of the most important and complex features of the evolving landscape of care: the role of family members in providing care. circulation and reception of books. Chambers in the 1830s–1850s. It also shows how the study of geographical writings by authors such as Mungo Park. PART V: RHYTHMS AND SOCIO-NATURES: ‘The breath of the moon’: the rhythmic and affective time-spaces of UK tides. Craig Meadows. practices and experiences of family caring.” —Richard B. this work explores the complex relationships between the making of books in certain geographical contexts. Introduction: Book geography. the ways in which they are received. Dydia DeLyser. is lost’: automation and the pedestrian rhythms of interwar London. author of The Wreckers of Civilisation and Hip Priest This volume offers a comprehensive range of approaches to the work of Mark E. the US and Ireland. Improvising rhythms: re-reading urban time and space through everyday practices of cycling. Innes M. PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE NEW TITLES 2010 . Carer’s policy in England. November 2010 Hardback eBook c. PART IV: DRESSAGE AND BODIES: Rumba and rhythmic ‘natures’ in Cuba. cultural and political contexts give rise to different landscapes of care and disability.95 NEW Geographies of the Book Edited by Miles Ogborn. Queen Mary University of London. Smith and his band The Fall in relation to music. Tom Hall.95 NEW Mark E. Aileen Fyfe. Deirdre Conlon. Henri Lefebvre put forward his ideas on the relationship between time and space. Bibliography. Black. March 2010 Hardback eBook 254 pages 978-0-7546-7662-1 978-0-7546-7663-8 $99. Life hacking and everyday rhythm. and illustrated by original empirical material. Reading the messy reception of Influences of Geographic Environment (1911). New Jersey Institute of Technology Bringing together a multidisciplinary and international team of leading scholars. Family care. Dorn. and to explore how they intersect with current theoretical and political concerns within the social sciences.” —Rob Shields. book history. Varenius and Volney can benefit from the insights and methodologies of book history. and advances new perspectives on how this area of research should be approached. arrhythmia and Withnail and I. University of Alberta In Rhythmanalysis. and its vast conurbation of psychic soundscapes to drift through…” —Simon Ford. Index. and deepens our understanding of the notions of care. $99. Smith remains one of the most divisive and idiosyncratic figures in popular music after a recording career with The Fall that spans thirty years. The aesthetics of place-temporality in everyday urban space: the case of Fitzroy Square. please visit www. Justin Spinney. Shannon Hensley. Edensor and his contributors show how attention to the polyrhythmic quality of everyday life leads to a new approach to politics.

Introduction. please visit www. subjects and places. and shows that popular music scenes are always more than the sum of their historical accounts… It is an important contribution to the study and understanding of popular music. Damiana Gabriela Otoiu. Seoul: city. From ‘patrimoine partagé’ to ‘whose heritage’? Critical reflections on colonial built heritage in the city of Lumumbashi. culturally and empirically. WWW. September 2010 Hardback eBook c.” —Nicky Gregson. Recent work in material culture studies. development and promotion of the ongoing project of re-materializing cultural geography. case study material drawn from the UK offers a deeper understanding of both domestic family photographs and their public display. disability. while texts covering the topic of home-leaving have tended to privilege the young person’s experience. domestic space and mothering. belonging. UK. University of Sheffield. Contents: Introduction. Bibliography. This series therefore seeks to promote the continued significance of exploring the dialectical relations which exist between culture. Ben Gurion University. ethically. Tel Aviv University. and resistance: the struggle over place among the Bedouin Arabs of the Negev. the task of grounding culture in its proper social contexts remains in its infancy. The Open University. Its goal is to make a contribution to the consolidation. UK NEW Remembering. Queen Mary University of London. an assemblage of “other voices” bears witness to an “other. recognition and the architecture of a diasporic place: the case of Netivot. Efrat Eizenberg. and Liverpool’s first “real” record label. University of Sheffield. One place—different memories: the case of Yaad or Miaar. University of Strathclyde. Eda Ünlü-Yücesoy. Tovi Fenster. UK Re-materialising Cultural Geography “In this book Gillian Rose shows that a photographic tradition that has been dismissed by critics is worthy of sustained and serious attention.com SERIES RE-MATERIALISING CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY Series Editors: Mark Boyle. UK Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series “Brocken offers a palpable sense of the cultural and geographical landscape of the city across five decades. The reconstructed city as rhetorical space: the case of Volgograd. What is done with family snaps?.ashgate. age. Donald Mitchell. Read this and you will realize that family snaps are serious photographs. Democratic Republic of the Congo. country and western. ‘We shouldn’t sell our country!’: the reconfiguration of Jewish urban property and ethnonational political discourses and projects in (post) Socialist Romania. Index. Index. folk music. 1930s–1970s Michael Brocken. ethnicity. relations and effects.95 Proposals: We are actively seeking new book proposals for this series. London South Bank University The vast majority of academic texts on motherhood have focused on women’s experiences of the early years of mothering. Israel and Haim Yacobi. Forgetting and remembering: Frankfurt’s Altstadt after World War II.” seldom discussed. Israel.95 NEW Motherhood.” —Rosalind Edwards. geography and anthropology is used to approach photographs as objects embedded in social practices. identity. Please visit www. Looking again.95 A wealth of research has been published which has improved our understanding of how culture both plays a part in. Liverpool. Absence and Transition When Adult Children Leave Home Trish Green. and the contemporary visual economy. For more information on this series. sexuality and so on. domestic and public. By addressing such “scenes” as those involving dance bands. Memory. Neighborhood and belonging: Turkish immigrant women constructing the everyday public space. Liverpool Hope University. May 2010 Hardback eBook 194 pages 978-0-7546-7733-8 978-0-7546-9451-9 $99. Combining lively empirical material with an illuminating social-theoretical framework.com or contact: Sales Manager: Suzanne Sprague at ssprague@ashgate. is shaped by social relations based on class.com/re-materialisingculturalgeography NEW Doing Family Photography The Domestic. How to look at family photographs: practices. The circulation of family photographs in the visual economy. South Asia. April 2010 Hardback eBook 166 pages 978-0-7546-7732-1 978-0-7546-9450-2 $99.95 NEW Other Voices: Hidden Histories of Liverpool’s Popular Music Scenes. $99. Johan Lagae. traditional jazz. The Public and The Politics of Sentiment Gillian Rose. at family snaps in the mass media. July 2005. gender. Remembering forgotten landscapes: community gardens in New York City and the reconstruction of cultural diversity. In spite of the achievements of this mountain of scholarship.com/authors for submission guidelines. East Europe and the Middle East. and the construction of the past. This book will be important reading for those seeking to understand an aspect of mothers’ family lives that has been silenced conceptually. Marianne Rodenstein. identities and biographies that mothers face when their adult children leave home.Social and Cultural Geography Standing Orders: To place a standing order for a series. Tali Hatuka. Haim Yacobi. Other Voices presents a history of the disparate and now partially hidden musical strands that contributed to Liverpool’s musical countenance. race.” —Times Higher Education At times it appears that a whole industry exists to perpetuate the myth of origin of the Beatles. UK “Trish Green’s engaging and well-argued book provides a rich analysis of the complex experiences and reconfigurations in emotions. Syracuse University and David Pinder. What happens with this doing? Family. Contents: Preface. The politics of sentiment: picturing the missing and the dead in London. 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UK Family photography is now more popular than ever thanks to technological advances which allow the storing and sharing of vast numbers of pictures.COM/GEOGRAPHY 5 . social relations and space and place. this book critically explores how urban spaces are designed. please visit www. for what it has to say about doing family and for the manner of its translation into public registers.ashgate. Brocken argues that the music history of the Liverpool in which the Beatles grew and then departed is not fully represented. nationality. and rhythm and blues. Elena Trubina. Safa Abu Rabia. Israel Re-materialising Cultural Geography Bringing together a range of case studies from North America. objects. and in turn. Conclusions: family photographs. 208 pages 978-1-4094-0667-9 978-1-4094-0688-4 c. planned and experienced in relation to the politics of collective and personal memory construction.

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. International business travel and the global economy: setting the context. Contents: Introduction. Cranfield University. 272 pages 978-0-7546-7316-3 978-1-4094-1782-8 c. October 2010 Hardback eBook c. Lucy Budd and Phil Hubbard. Beaverstock. UK This edited volume brings leading academics to provide a revitalized “geography of mobilities” informed by the wider “mobility turn” adopted across the social sciences and humanities. and the opportunities and challenges created by mobile workforces.95 NEW Urban Rhythms and Travel Behaviour Spatial and Temporal Phenomena of Daily Travel Stefan Schonfelder. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich Transport and Society “…should be read by everyone interested in leading travel behavior research. New York. Historical development of the taxi. Timmermans.95 NEW International Business Travel in the Global Economy Edited by Jonathan V. 356 pages 978-0-7546-7342-2 978-0-7546-9186-0 c. Belgium. speed. Index. Napier University. $124. The role of the taxi in specialist transport services. Jonathan V. Tourist: moving places. James Wickham and Alessandra Vecchi. Ben Derudder. Flying: feminisms and mobilities: crusading for aviation in the 1920s. UK and Peter Merriman. and the final section dealing with mobile subjects. Beaverstock and James Faulconbridge. Fundamentals of taxi analysis. Hayden Lorimer. Contents: Foreword: business travel in the global economy. University of Aberdeen. Jr. Cities: moving. UK This study considers the different functions of the taxi.95 NEW Air Transport Provision in Remoter Regions Edited by George Williams. Analysing activity space using longitudinal data: methods and results. PART III: HUMAN SPATIAL BEHAVIOUR AND THE ANALYSIS OF ACTIVITY SPACES: Destination choice and activity spaces: a review of concepts and a framework for analysis. University of Nottingham. Taxi transport: toward a future direction. ‘Official’ and ‘unofficial’ measurements of international business travel to and from the United Kingdom: trends. The use of taxis in a community and developmental role. The multi-day data sets employed. The ‘bizjet set’: business aviation and the social geographies of private flight. But what does this ‘new mobilities paradigm’ really describe? This glorious book tells you through a series of acute and fascinating contributions which open up this new world to inspection and analysis. Ben Derudder. Lawrence Halprin. Tim Edensor.ashgate. Understanding mobility in professional business services. Alison Mountz. PART IV: CONCLUSIONS: Concluding remarks. Individual rationalities of global business travel. PART III: SUBJECTS: Commuter: mobility. Tim Cresswell. Beaverstock. travel!…Just a few of the words used to frame modern geographies. plugging in. Mike Crang. February 2010 Hardback eBook 204 pages 978-0-7546-7628-7 978-0-7546-9883-8 $99. 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Learning from the places of cloning. January 2010 Hardback 272 pages 978-0-7546-7602-7 $114. Ann Dupuis and Jennifer Dixon. In doing so. Bangladesh. Estonia “In this perceptive and erudite meditation on space. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Singapore and China. Bangladesh.Housing and Urban Studies NEW Multi-owned Housing Law. North-South University. Rachelle Alterman. The chapters draw on the empirical research of leading academics in the fields of planning. May 2010 Hardback eBook 276 pages 978-0-7546-7814-4 978-0-7546-9607-0 $114. Bangladesh. The book offers lessons from experiences in the UK. Contents: Introduction. and author of Paris as Revolution: Writing the 19th-Century City Edward J.95 FORTHCOMING Social Formation in Dhaka. shopping malls and revamped historic areas. Illustrations of places in Rio Grande do Sul cities. tourism and environmental studies. University of Leeds. Makasiinit—a lost opportunity. Ngai Ming Yip. and how we design place. 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National Institute of Local Government. Legal frameworks for multi-owned housing in England and Wales. UK. Dhaka. how we tend to view place. An introduction to place. 1848–2001 European Contexts. New Zealand and Jennifer Dixon. Disinterested developers. neither literature nor the social sciences can capture the experience of urban misery. Hong Kong. Columbia University Based on empirical observations in Helsinki. property. Tallinn. Sayeedul Huq. the US. Chris Guilding and Jan Warnken. working to make connections between them and the abiding problems of the modern city. American Evolutions Edward J. Massey University. Regulations and the imbalance of power relationships in newly developed residential neighbourhoods in urban China. Cathy Sherry. Ahearn. this book will be of interest to urban sociologists. Sarah Blandy. Power and Participation Research Centre. Sarah Blandy. Contents: Preface. Bangladesh and Nahid Rezawana.” —Rebecca L. Public urban space as the event of assembly. Caves. 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Benjamin............. 4 Hannah. 9 Landscapes of Care ............... The......................................................................................... 14 Neuman.......... David................. 8 Black Sea Region and EU Policy......................... 3 Industrial Tourism ........................... The.............................................. The....... 14 Feng........................................................................................................... Lineu .......... 9 Urban Climate Change Crossroads................. Karen . 19 Mapping the End Times ...... 19 Rationalizing Migration Decisions........................................... Christian Hermansen ...................................... Emma........ 7 Freel................ 10 I Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid............. ..................... 2 Conflict Hot Spots ........... Karen ................................................ 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