SAGE Journal Articles
You can access here SAGE articles from the journal Progress in Human Geography. As noted in Chapter 3, articles in this journal review the ‘state-of-the-art’ of the discipline. In other words they consider what geographers have been most recently studying. Crucially, papers in the journal often indicate where and how geographical study can progress in the future. ‘Progress Reports’ – which are short, incisive reviews of key geographical concerns – can provide excellent inspiration for projects. They often highlight new lines of enquiry or fresh questions geographers might ask in a given area of the discipline. Below you’ll find a small sample of topic ideas, but follow the link to the Progress in Human Geography website (available on the ‘External Links’ page) to browse lots more reports.
- Reference: Hall, S. (2012) ‘Geographies of money and finance II: Financialization and financial subjects’, Progress in Human Geography 36 (3): 403‒11.
- Reference: Brown, K. (2014) ‘Global environmental change I: A social turn for resilience? ‘, Progress in Human Geography 38 (1): 107‒17.
- Reference: Caquard, S. (2014) ‘Cartography II: Collective cartographies in the social media era’, Progress in Human Geography 38 (1): 141‒50.
- Reference: Brown, M. (2014) ‘Gender and sexuality II: There goes the gayborhood? ‘, Progress in Human Geography 38 (3): 457‒65.
- Reference: Tyner, J. A. (2015) ‘Population geography II: Mortality, premature death, and the ordering of life’, Progress in Human Geography 39 (3): 360‒73.
- Reference: Mountz, A. (2015) ‘Political geography II: Islands and archipelagos’, Progress in Human Geography 39 (5): 636‒46.