Table of contents for The SAGE handbook of political geography / edited by Kevin R. Cox, Murray Low, Jennifer Robinson.


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PART ONE: THE SCOPE AND DEVELOPMENT OF POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
The Politics of Political Geography - Guntram Herb
The Geography of Political Geography - James Sidaway
Geographies of Space and Power - Joe Painter
Feminist Transformations of Political Geography - Eleonore Kofman
PART TWO: STATES
Theorizing the State Geographically - Merje Kuus and John Agnew
Sovereignty, Subjectivity, Territoriality
State and Society - Stuart Corbridge
Planning, Space and Government - Margo Huxley
Welfare Provision, Welfare Reform, Welfare Mothers - Kim England
Making Space for Law - Nick Blomley
Coercion, Territoriality, Legitimacy - Steve Herbert
The Police And The Modern State
PART THREE: RE-NATURING POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
Theorizing the Nature-Society Divide - Bruce Braun
The State in Political Ecology - Paul Robbins
A Postcard to Political Geography from the Field
Regulating Resource Use - Karen Bakker and Gavin Bridge
Global Environmental Politics - Becky Mansfield
The Politics of Transition - Joshua Muldavin
Critical Political Ecology, Classical Economics and Ecological Modernization in China
PART FOUR: IDENTITIES AND INTERESTS IN POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS
Nation-States and National Identity - Jan Penrose and Richard Mole
Working Political Geography Through Social Movement Theory - Michael Brown
The Case of Gay and Lesbian Seattle
Contrapuntal Geographies - Noel Castree, David Featherstone and Andrew Herod
The Politics of Organising Across Socio-spatial Difference
The Political Geography of Many Bodies - Arun Saldanha
Transnational Political Movements - Paul Routledge
PART FIVE: FROM LA GEOGRAPHIE ELECTORALE TO THE POLITICS OF DEMOCRACY
Place and Vote - Ron Johnston and Charles Pattie
The Territorial Politics of Representation - Benjamin Forest
Democracy and Democratization - Lynn A. Staeheli
Convening Publics - Clive Barnett
The Parasitical Spaces of Public Action
PART SIX: GLOBAL POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
`Global' Geopolitics - Simon Dalby
Geo-graphers - Elena Dell'Agnese
Writing Worlds
Empire - Alan Lester
Re-Bordering Spaces - Jouni Hakli
Transnationalism and (Im)mobility - Rachel Silvey, Elizabeth Olson and Yaffa Truelove
The Politics of Border Crossings
Spatial Analysis of Civil War Violence - John O'Loughlin and Clionadh Raleigh
PART SEVEN: THE POLITICS OF UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT
Political Geography of Uneven Development - Peter Taylor
The Politics of Local and Regional Development - Andrew Wood
The Politics of Localization - Giles Mohan and Kristian Stokke
From Depoliticizing Development to Politicizing Democracy
'Development' in Question - Hariprya Rangan
Sustainable Development and Governance - Yvonne Rydin
Urban Governance in the South - Sue Parnell
The politics of rights and development



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Political geography.
Politieke geografie. -- gtt