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6th ed.
Harlow : Pearson Education, 2011
xii, 340 s. : il., mapy ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-0-273-73590-8 (brož.)
Terminologický slovník
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 316-331 a rejstřík
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Contents // Preface to the sixth edition ix // Tips for reading this book xi // Acknowledgements xii // Prologue: episodes in the life and times of a sub-discipline 1 // Welcome to political geography 1 // Ratzel’s organism: promoting a new state 2 // Mackinder’s heartland: saving an old empire and much more 3 // Haushofer’s geopolitik: saving a defeated state 5 // Hartshorne’s functionalism: creating a moribund backwater 6 // What political geography did next 7 // How do we move beyond the limitations inherent in political geography’s history? 8 // A world-systems approach to political geography // Introduction 12 // World-systems analysis 12 // Dimensions of a historical system 18 // Power 28 // Power and politics in the world-economy 37 // A political geography perspective on the world-economy 43 // Key glossary terms from Chapter 1 45 // Suggested reading 45 // Activities 46 // Geopolitics revived 47 // Introduction 48 // Geopolitical codes and world orders 49 // Situating geopolitical codes and theories 60 // The War on Terror: geopolitical transition and world order 66 // Feminist geopolitics and the interrogation of security 74 // Key glossary terms from Chapter 2 78 // Suggested reading 79 // Activities 79 // v // Contents // 3 Geography of imperialisms 80 // Introduction 81 // A world-systems interpretation of imperialism 84 // Formal imperialism: the creation of empires 86 // Informal imperialism: dominance without empire 98 // ‘Empire’ in the twenty-first century 109 // Key glossary terms from Chapter 3 113 // Suggested reading // Activities 114 // 4 Territorial states ?5 // Introduction 115 // The making of the world political map 118 // The nature of the states 134 // Territorial states under conditions of globalization 149 // Key glossary terms from Chapter 4 I54 // Suggested reading 155 // Activities 155 // 5 Nation, nationalism, and citizenship 155 // Introduction 157 //
The doctrine of nationalism 158 // Synthesis: the power of nationalism 160 // Nationalist uses of history: the ‘modern Janus’ 162 // Nationalism in practice 165 // State and nation since 1945 168 // Renegotiating the nation? 173 // Citizenship: multiscalar politics I8I // Citizenship in the capitalist world-economy: movement and morals 186 // Key glossary terms from Chapter 5 191 // Suggested reading 192 // Activities 192 // 6 Political geography of democracy 193 // Introduction 194 // Where in the world is liberal democracy? 195 // A world-systems interpretation of elections 203 // Liberal democracy in the core 209 // Elections beyond the core 226 // Social movements 234 // vi // Contents // Key glossary terms from Chapter 6 239 // Suggested reading 240 // Activities 240 // 7 Cities as localities 241 // Introduction 242 // Cities making hegemonies 244 // Modern territorial states tame cities 249 // Using cities to make political globalizations 253 // Citizens and global terrorism 260 // Challenges of the twenty-first century 263 // Key glossary terms from Chapter 7 265 // Suggested reading 266 // Activities 266 // 8 Place and identity politics 267 // Introduction 269 // Theorizing political action in places 272 // Modernity and the politics of identity 276 // Identity politics and the institutions of the capitalist world-economy 284 Place-space tensions 296 // Key glossary terms from Chapter 8 298 // Suggested reading 299 // Activities 299 // Epilogue: a political geography framework for understanding our twenty-first century world 301 // The key concepts of our political geography 301 // Scale as political product and political arena 302 // Networks and the capitalist world-economy 303 // The temporal-spatial context of political action 304 // ‘Empire’ and the opportunity to create places or spaces 304 // Climate change: the ‘ultimate’ place-space tension 305 //
The final words: welcome to political geography 306 // Glossary 307 // Bibliography 316 // Index 332

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