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1st pub.
London : Routledge, 1998
215 s. : il., faksimile ; 24 cm

ISBN 0-415-14083-8 (brož.)
Routledge contemporary human geography series
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. [195]-205, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
Reprinted 1999, 2005
How does culture shape the everyday world? // he so-called ’cultural turn’ in contemporary geography has brought new ways of thinking about geography and culture, taking cultural geography into exciting new terrain to produce new maps of space and place. // Cultural Geography introduces culture from a geographical perspective, focusing on how cultures work in practice and looking at cultures embedded in real-life situations, as locat-able, specific phenomena. // Definitions of ’culture’ are diverse and complex,- Mike Crang examines a wealth of different cases and approaches to explore the experience of place, the relationships of local and global, culture and economy, and the dilemmas of knowledge. Considering the role of states, empires and nations, corporations and the city, shops and goods, literature, music and film, Crang examines the cultures of consumption and production, how places develop meaning for people, and the struggles over defining who belongs in a place. // Cultural Geography presents a concise, up-to-date, interdisciplinary introduction to this lively and complex field. Exploring the diversity and plurality of life in all its variegated richness, drawing on examples from around the world, Crang highlights changes in current societies and the dilemmas of a ’pick and mix’ relationship to culture. // Mike Crang is a Lecturer in Geography at Durham University // Geography/Cultural Studies/Sociology // COVER IMAGE: MARY EVANS PICTURE LIBRARY // routledge contemporary
human geography series // Edited by David Bell and Stephen Wynn Williams // This new series of 12 concise texts offers stimulating introductions to the core subdisciplines of human geography // 11 New Fetter Lane, London EC4P 4EE 29 West 35th Street New York NY 10001 // www.routledge.com • Printed in Great Britain // Contents // List of figures vi // List of boxes vn // Acknowledgements // Chapter 1 Locating culture \ // Chapter 2 People, landscapes and time 14 // Chapter 3 The symbolic landscape 27 // Chapter 4 Literary landscapes: writing and geography 43 // Chapter 5 Self and other: writing home, marking territory and // writing space 59 // Chapter 6 Multiply mediated environments: film, TV and music 81 // Chapter 7 Place or space? 100 // Chapter 8 Geographies of commodities and consumption 120 // Chapter 9 Cultures of production 142 // Chapter 10 Nations, homelands and belonging in hybrid worlds 161 // Chapter 11 Cultures of science: translation and knowledge 177 // Glossary jgg // References jyj // Index 2?6

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