SAGE Journal Articles
Select SAGE journal articles are available to give you more insight into chapter topics. These are also an ideal resource to help support your literature reviews, dissertations and assignments.
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Panelli, R. (2008) ‘Social geographies: Encounters with Indigenous and more-than-White/Anglo geographies’, Progress in Human Geography, 32(6): 801–11.
This review explores how paying attention to concepts and understandings of ‘more-than-White’ or ‘Indigenous’ geographies can offer ways to rethink and to de-centre key concepts in social geography such as home, place and society-environment relations.
Wright, M.W. (2009) ‘Gender and geography: Knowledge and activism across the intimately global’, Progress in Human Geography, 33(3): 379–86.
The paper discusses the politics of knowledge production (whose knowledge counts, how is it heard, how is it represented) and of research-related activisms (what do we do about what we discover in research) through a focus on feminist research on the intersections of the local, the global and gender within the context of globalisation and social (in)justice.
Glassman, J. (2009) ‘Critical geography I: the question of internationalism’, Progress in Human Geography, 33(5): 685–92.
This article reflects critically on experiences at the 2007 International Critical Geographies Conference in Mumbai in 2007 and on a related fieldtrip in order to discuss how, even in such critically-aware contexts, issues such as language, translation, power and positionality emerge as significant factors in how geographical knowledge develops.