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spatial dimensions of social organization

John A. Jakle

spatial dimensions of social organization

a selected bibliography for urban social geography.

by John A. Jakle

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Published by Council of Planning Librarians in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology, Urban -- Bibliography,
  • Human geography -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesExchange bibliography (Council of Planning Librarians) -- 118
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7164 U7 J3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[50 leaves]
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19398125M

    For instance, the multiscale nature of social clusters comprises a countless diversity of organizational, temporal, and spatial dimensions, occasionally at once. Moreover, computation denotes several computer-based tools, as well as essential concepts and theories, varying from information extraction algorithms to simulation models [ 65, 66 ].Author: José António Tenedório, Jorge Rocha. In the structure of his book, as in so many other ways, Tocqueville provides us with a model of how to do political and social science. A discussion of the relationship of political science and geography should begin with consideration of location. Geographers study and map spatial location, adding system to the structure that human give to space.

    Social dissimilarities face other dimensions of discontinuities (political, mental, morphological, and functional), which allows us to understand the diversity of spatial combinations and see if the intermediate status of cities changes the spatial patterns of social separation along with the Author: Sylvestre Duroudier. PUTTING PEOPLE ON THE MAP PROTECTING CONFIDENTIALITY WITH LINKED SOCIAL-SPATIAL DATA Panel on Confidentiality Issues Arising from the Integration of Remotely Sensed and Self-Identifying Data Myron P. Gutmann and Paul C. Stern, Editors Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education THE.

    Marxist spatial analysis that threatens to choke off the development of a critical theory of space in its infancy. The concept of a socio-spatial dialectic is intro- duced as a means of reopening the debate and calling for the explicit incorporation of the social production of space in Marxist analysis as something more than an epiphenomenon.   Conflict is basically a struggle for the control of space. It may unfold in controlled fashion, ie within an institutional framework, or out of control, with the institutional framework itself at stake. Conflict can also be regarded as a quest for order, as the goal of both parties is invariably that of establishing order to their own advantage. A number of conflict models, Cited by: 1.


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