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Contents: Introduction; Part I Agendas for Political Geography: Human territoriality: a theory, Robert D. Sack; A materialist framework for political geography, Peter J. Taylor; Critical geopolitics: discourse, difference, and dissent, S. Dalby; Into the 1990s: a gendered agenda for political geography, Eleonore Kofman and Linda Peake. Part II State Territoriality: The evolution of the concept of territory, Jean Gottmann; The state as container: territoriality in the modern world-system, Peter J. Taylor; Fences and neighbours in the postmodern world: boundary narratives in political geography, David Newman and Anssi Paasi; Refiguring the geopolitical landscape: nation, 'transition' and gendered subjects in post-Cold War Germany, Fiona M. Smith. Part III International Relations and Globalization: The diffusion of democracy, 1946-1994, John O'Loughlin, Michael D. Ward, Corey L. Lofdahl, Jordin S. Cohen, David S. Brown, David Reilly. Kristian S. Gleditsch and Michael Shin; Disputing the nature of the international in political geography: the Hettner-lecture in human geography, John A. Agnew; Geopolitics and discourse: practical geopolitical reasoning in American foreign policy, GearA(3)id A" Tuathail and John Agnew; Feminist geopolitics revisited: body counts in Iraq, Jennifer Hyndman. Part IV Internal Territorial Organization and Geographical Scales: Form, process and the political organization of space, Rex Honey; Spaces of dependence, spaces of engagement and the politics of scale, or; looking for local politics, Kevin R. Cox; The invention of regions: political restructuring and territorial government in Western Europe, M. Keating; The social construction of scale, Sallie A. Marston. Part V Social Movements and Electoral Participation: People, places and regions: exploring the use of multilevel modelling in the analysis of electoral data, K. Jones, R.J. Johnston and C.J. Pattie; Collective action and rational choice: place, community, and the limits to individual s

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John Agnew, UCLA, USA and Virginie Mamadouh, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands Robert D. Sack, Peter J. Taylor; S. Dalby, Eleonore Kofman, Linda Peake, Jean Gottmann, David Newman, Anssi Paasi, Fiona M. Smith, John O'Loughlin, Michael D. Ward, Corey L. Lofdahl, Jordin S. Cohen, David S. Brown, David Reilly, Kristian S. Gleditsch, Michael Shin, John A. Agnew, Gearoid O Tuathail , Jennifer Hyndman, Rex Honey, Kevin R. Cox, Sallie A. Marston , K. Jones, R.J. Johnston, C.J. Pattie, Byron Miller, Paul Routledge, Lynn A. Staeheli, Marvin W. Mikesell, Alexander B. Murphy, Michael Hechter, Matthew Sparke, Eleonore Kofman.

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