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The Power of Place in Play
A Bourdieusian Analysis of Auckland Children's Seasonal Play Practices
Christina Ergler questions the environmental determinism of many obesity-related studies and explores why "play" resonates differently across urban localities and seasons through a social theory perspective.
kollektiv orangotango+ (ed.)This Is Not an Atlas
A Global Collection of Counter-Cartographies
This Is Not an Atlas collects maps from political struggles, critical research, art and education, seeking to inspire new counter cartographies worldwide.
Spatial Control, Forced Assimilation and Narratives of Progress since the 19th Century
This volume looks at forced resettlement and assimilation in the context of nation building since the 19th century, considering the ruling actors as well as the agency of the subaltern.
Climate Change Adaptation in South Korea
Environmental Politics in the Agricultural Sector
Politicians say that we need to adapt to climate change. How does policy influence adaption processes and how effective are they?