By John A. Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell, Gerard Toal
A spouse to Political Geography offers scholars and researchers with a considerable survey of this lively and colourful field.Introduces the simplest pondering in modern political geography. Contributions written through students whose paintings has helped to form the self-discipline. comprises paintings on the leading edge of the sector. Covers the newest theoretical advancements.
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H. McCarty's (1954) analysis of the geographic patterns of the vote for Wisconsin's right-wing senator Joseph McCarthy that a spatial methodology for the examination of electoral results was widely introduced. Following McCarty's lead, the use of aggregate socioeconomic variables for geographic units (counties, wards, census tracts, or countries) as predictors of the political outcomes (votes, international behavior, or legislative votes) in a nonspatial regression framework, widely used in political science, was now complemented by a focus on the geographic pattern of the residuals (error terms, indicating the places that did not closely correspond to the general trend).
Turner, F. J. 1897. The West as a field for historical study. Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1896. Washington, DC: AHA, vol. I, 2 8 1 - 3 1 9 . Turner, F. J. 1905. Geographical interpretations of American History. Journal of Geography, 4, 34-7. Turner, F. J. 1908. Report on the Conference on the Relation of Geography and History. Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1907, 4 3 - 4 8 . Turner, F. J. 1931a. The Problem of the West forig.
Plekhanov asserted that it was in the monotonous and overwhelming uniformity of this vast and sparsely inhabited landmass that the ultimate source of Russia's retarded development and endemic backwardness must be sought. On the one hand, the lack of any significant topographical variation allowed for virtually unobstructed movement in all directions, and, on the other, the seemingly endless stretch of fields and forests offered resources of game and arable land for the rudimentary economies of these primitive Slavic tribes.
A Companion to Political Geography (Blackwell Companions to Geography) by John A. Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell, Gerard Toal