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LI Lei-lei. However, the frame cited in de Blij's above-mentioned book, which is originally from the National Research Council in US,shows some fresh issues and perspectives in current Human Geography. The development of New Cultural Geography has made it necessary and emergent to construct a new research agenda which can be integrated with both the old and the new human geographies. This article tries to use and redefine five concepts:attributes',spaces',times',approaches' and worlds' to build a research frame, namely ASTAW frame.
Our conception of society—space determines the vantage point from which we critique and transform the social world; the subjects and processes we deem significant; and their relation to a social whole. This article treats four broad frameworks engaged by geographers, each providing distinct conceptual insights about society and space. Society—space is understood as stabilizing from the composite lattice of practices that are coded and channeled into a kind of social machine. The contemporary view is that the relationship between the spatial and social is an iterative one. This is by now so commonplace as to seem self-evident. However, this insight has only recently returned to geography after a long conceptual slumber in the seductive embrace of mathematical description. Mathematical approaches enabled a complex description of either social or spatial processes, but little theorization, and as David Harvey noted, no strategy at the interface between the spatial and the social.
This article stems from support I received from the Past and Present Society as a Past and Present postdoctoral fellow from to I was inspired to explore this theme further owing to interactions with Allegra Giovine, Jennifer Keating and William Pooley while fellows at the Institute of Historical Research. Patricia Strong of the L. Zenobia Coleman Library at Tougaloo College also assisted me in finding the sources necessary to complete the article. I am grateful to each of these people and institutions.
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Human geography or anthropogeography is the branch of geography that is associated and deals with humans and their relationships with communities, cultures, economies, and interactions with the environment by studying their relations with and across locations. Geography was not recognized as a formal academic discipline until the 18th century, although many scholars had undertaken geographical scholarship for much longer, particularly through cartography. The Royal Geographical Society was founded in England in ,  although the United Kingdom did not get its first full Chair of geography until The first real geographical intellect to emerge in United Kingdom 's geographical minds was Halford John Mackinder , appointed reader at Oxford University in The National Geographic Society was founded in the United States in and began publication of the National Geographic magazine which became, and continues to be, a great popularizer of geographic information. The society has long supported geographic research and education on geographical topics. The Association of American Geographers was founded in and was renamed the American Association of Geographers in to better reflect the increasingly international character of its membership.
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To introduce students to social and economic change, cultural diversity and spatial organisation in cities and western societies. The module provides an introduction to two main fields in human geography - urban geography and social geography. The first part of the module examines major socio-economic change and its impact upon both the industrial and 'post-industrial' city including issues of community, inclusion, territorial conflict and segregation.
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