Key Concepts in Urban Geography
Publication Year: 2009
Key Concepts in Urban Geography is a new kind of textbook that forms part of an innovative set of companion texts for the human geography sub-disciplines. Organized around 20 short essays, Key Concepts in Urban Geography provides a cutting edge introduction to the central concepts that define contemporary research in urban geography.
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Subject Index
- Chapter 1: Location and Movement
- Global Cities
- Transnational Urbanism
- Chapter 2: Constructions
- Chapter 3: Envisioning and Experience
- Chapter 4: Social and Political Organisation
- Urban Politics
- Chapter 5: Sites and Practices
- Public Space
Key Concepts in Human Geography[Page ii]
The Key Concepts in Human Geography series is intended to provide a set of companion texts for the core fields of the discipline. To date, students and academics have been relatively poorly served with regards to detailed discussions of the key concepts that geographers use to think about and understand the world. Dictionary entries are usually terse and restricted in their depth of explanation. Student textbooks tend to provide broad overviews of particular topics or the philosophy of Human Geography, but rarely providing a detailed overview of particular concepts, their premises, development over time and empirical use. Research monographs most often focus on particular issues and a limited number of concepts at a very advanced level, so do not offer an expansive and accessible overview of the variety of concepts in use within a subdiscipline.
The Key Concepts in Human Geography series seeks to fill this gap, providing detailed description and discussion of the concepts that are at the heart of theoretical and empirical research in contemporary Human Geography. Each book consists of an introductory chapter that outlines the major conceptual developments over time along with approximately twenty-five entries on the core concepts that constitute the theoretical toolkit of geographers working within a specific subdiscipline. Each entry provides a detailed explanation of the concept, outlining contested definitions and approaches, the evolution of how the concept has been used to understand particular geographic phenomenon, and suggested further reading. In so doing, each book constitutes an invaluable companion guide to geographers grappling with how to research, understand and explain the world we inhabit.
© Alan Latham, Derek McCormack, Kim McNamara, Donald McNeill 2009
First published 2009
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We would like to thank Rob Kitchin, Robert Rojek, Sarah-Jayne Boyd, Wendy Scott and the production staff at SAGE for all their help in moving the project from commissioning to completion. Derek would like to thank Brendan Bartley and Paul Knox for helping him think about urban geography, and Andrea for her patience. Alan would like to thank Rita and Tom for their love and support. Kim would like to thank her family, and especially Mia and Mikaela. Donald would like to thank Carol for her love.
Alan, Derek and Donald would like to show their appreciation of the guidance of Steven Pinch. Many of the ideas contained in their entries were developed while at the University of Southampton, and Steven's counsel and enthusiasm was invaluable. Kim is grateful for the advice of Nick Couldry.Photo Acknowledgements
All photos are copyright of Kim McNamara, except that of 2.3.1 and 5.1.2 (©Donald McNeill).Diagram Acknowledgements
1.1.2: Park, R., Burgess, E. and McKenzie, R. (1925/1967) The City, Chicago: University of Chicago, Chart II. Urban areas. p. 55.
3.1.1: ‘Generalisations of internal structure of cities’, Fig. 5, p. 13 in Harris, C. and Ullman, E. (1945) The nature of cities', The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 242: 7–17.
3.1.2: Latham, A. (2003a) ‘Research, performance, and doing human geography: some reflections on the diary-photo diary-interview method, Environment and Planning A, 35: 1993–2017. (The image is from page 2010.)
[Page vii]4.1: ‘The ecology of fear’ from Ecology of Fear: Los Angeles and the Imagination of Disaster, by Mike Davis. Copyright 1998 by Mike Davis. Reprinted by permission of Henry Holt and Company, LLC.[Page viii]
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