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Exploring the full breadth of contemporary political geography, this second edition covers traditional concerns and cutting-edge political geography research. It includes case studies, illustrations and four new chapters.
Table of Contents
1. Power, Space and Political Geography; Part One: Political Geographies of the State: 2. States and Territories; 3. The State's Changing Forms and Functions; 4. Place, Participation and Citizenship; Part Two: Politics, Place and Identity: 5. The Political Geographies of the Nation; 6. Contesting Place; 7. Geographies of Representation and Mobilisation; Part Three: Global Challenges: 8. Geographies of Empire; 9. Political Geographies of Globalisation; 10. Political Geography and the Environment; Part Four: Practicing Political Geography: 11. Public Policy and Political Geography; 12. Geopolitics and Critical Geopolitics; 13. Conclusion