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???metadata.dc.contributor???: Claval, Paul
Title: THE CULTURAL APPROACH IN GEOGRAPHY: PRACTICES AND NARRATIVES
Abstract: What does the cultural approach offer to geography? In order to answer this question, we have carried out two types of analyses: 1- we examined the 90 communications presented duing the Conference of our Commission in Rio de Janeiro on 10-12 June 2003; 2- we compared recents books on cultural geography : those of Mike Crang (1998) for Britain, Giuliana Andreotti (1996-1997) and Adalberto Vallega (2003) for Italy, Boris Grésillon (2002) for France and Don Mitchell (2000) for the United States. The conceptions I have personally developed served as counterpoints in this analysis (Claval, 1995-2002).
Is part of: Proceedings of the Conference THE CULTURAL TURN IN GEOGRAPHY, 18-20th of September 2003 - Gorizia Campus
Part I – Cultural Geography: the Theoretical Approach
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