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SAGE Geography 7h
Read Fragment urbanism: Politics at the margins of the city online first
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SAGE Geography 13h
Read Urban Studies editor's featured articles here
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SAGE Geography Jul 17
Actor-Networks and the Evolution of Economic Forms: Combining Description and Explanation in Theories of Regulation, Flexible Specialization, and Networks is the E&PA: Economy and Space highlight from the archives
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SAGE Geography Jul 16
Environment & Urbanization's index of themed issues can be found here
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SAGE Geography Jul 16
The politics of disaster: The Great Singapore Flood of 1954
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SAGE Geography Jul 15
Sign up to Urban Studies Online to get personalised updates from the journal and wider discipline news
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SAGE Geography Jul 13
SAGE Stats is the ultimate resource for finding relevant, statistical datasets that are perfect for your classroom. Try it for free here
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SAGE Geography Jul 13
Evaluating the services and facilities of European cities using crowdsourced place data
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SAGE Geography Jul 13
Check out the Journal of Sociology’s special issue on and , edited by guest editor Eric Fong
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SAGE Geography Jul 12
The SAGE Handbook of Nature offers an ambitious retrospective and prospective overview of the field that aims to position Nature, the environment and natural processes, at the heart of interdisciplinary social sciences.
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SAGE Ocean Jul 12
The SAGE Ocean Concept Grants program is now open for applications. Find out more and apply now >>
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SAGE Geography Jul 12
In the US only 18 states have plastic bag bans/fees, and within these states regulations don't cover all cities or counties
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Politics + Space Jul 11
My managing editor, , is at the NZ & Aus conference (). He talked yesterday in the ECR ‘meet the editors’ session and will be happy to talk to colleagues about submissions etc. Track him down!
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SAGE Geography Jul 12
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Environment & Planning journals, editors from each of the journals have selected a weekly highlight from the archive, this week is the editors choice
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SAGE Geography Jul 11
Visit the online companion to the journal and publishes critical writing that examines the contingent and possible relations between the social and the spatial
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SAGE Geography Jul 11
Transnational elites enhance the connectivity of Chinese cities in the world city network
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E&U journal Jul 11
On some key articles on population in cities including population predictions for the world's largest and the implications of population growth and for - two of the biggest issues of our times
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SAGE Geography Jul 10
The new Virtual Issue from on uneven development, commodity chains and the agrarian question
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Rob Kitchin Jul 10
Forum on 'The Possibilities & Limits to Dialogue' in . Academia, free speech, fake news, alternative facts, post-truth politics, critique, public intellectuals, silencing, no-platform campuses, trolling, ethics of care, etc. Open access
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SAGE Geography Jul 9
No need to beg for sources. Discover SAGE Knowledge, the premier social science platform for book, reference, and video content.
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