From votes to strikes to street violence, politics is intrinsically geographical. Many of the books in this set, originally published between 1964 and 1990, illustrate that the social contexts provided by localities are crucial in defining distinctive political identities and subsequent political activities.
Table of Contents
1. Place and Politics 2. Essays in Political Geography 3. Politics, Geography and Social Stratification 4. Money and votes : constituency campaign spending and election results 5. The geography of English politics : the 1983 general election 6. Nationalism, self-determination and political geography 7. Developments in electoral geography 8. Geopolitics 9. The Geography of Warfare 10. Western Geopolitical Thought 11.Geopolitics of domination 12. Political frontiers and boundaries 13. The Geography of Frontiers and Boundaries 14. The Geography of state policies 15. The geography of border landscapes 16. Geography of elections
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field