Politics and Method: Contrasting Studies in Industrial Geography
Publisher: Routledge Kegan & Paul | ISBN: 0416362508 | edition 1986 | PDF | 192 pages | 1,33 mb
For more than a decade now a number of debates have been taking place within industrial geography. The period has been one in which issues of the geography of industry—of the spatial form of industrial decline and growth—have often been at the forefront of wider political debate. And in the discipline of geography there have been long discussions—in conferences, seminar-rooms,nbooks, journals and special reports—on regional policy and what form it should take, and on the rapid-fire series of policies for the inner-city in which ‘solution’ after ‘solution’ has been flung in the direction of the latest areas of industrial dereliction to gain political recognition.
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