SAGE Journal Articles
You can access here SAGE articles that demonstrate how each of the theoretical approaches outlined in the book, which underscore geographical research, have been used by geographers in respect of their own projects. Here we see how approaches such as feminism, humanism, post-structuralism and so on have foregrounded the work of geographers and helped them to make sense of their research. There is one example provided for each of the approaches listed in Chapter 2, section 3.
Reference: Lloyd, C. (2016) ‘Are spatial inequalities growing? The scale of population concentrations in England and Wales’, Environment and Planning A 48 (7): 1318‒36.
Reference: Ley, D. (1981) ‘Cultural/humanistic geography’, Progress in Human Geography 5 (2): 249‒57.
Reference: Smith, N. (2000) ‘What happened to class?’, Environment and Planning A 32 (6): 1011‒32.
Reference: Moss, P. (2011) ‘Still searching for the Promised Land: placing women in Bruce Springsteen’s lyrical landscapes’, Cultural Geographies 18 (3): 343‒62.
Reference: Gill ,N. (2010) ‘New state-theoretic approaches to asylum and refugee geographies’, Progress in Human Geography 34 (5): 626‒45.
Reference: Buller, H. (2014) ‘Animal Geographies I’, Progress in Human Geography 38 (2): 308‒18.