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Social splinters and cross-cultural leanings: A cartographic method for examining environmental ethics

Authors D Lulka
Year 2008
Journal Name JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
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1 Journal Article

Cartographic Migration Account

Authors Robert M. Hill
Year 2012
Journal Name TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
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2 Journal Article

Race, class, unemployment, and housing vacancies in Detroit: an empirical analysis

Authors George C. Bentley, R Cromley, Priscilla McCutcheon, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name URBAN GEOGRAPHY
Citations (WoS) 2
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3 Journal Article

Beautiful Geography: The Pictorial Maps of Ruth Taylor White

Authors Dori Griffin
Year 2017
Journal Name IMAGO MUNDI-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF CARTOGRAPHY
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4 Journal Article

Lake District Online: Studies in Book Ecology and Digital Migration

Authors Margaret Linley
Year 2016
Journal Name VICTORIAN STUDIES
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5 Journal Article

'North Sea or German Ocean'? The Anglo-German Cartographic Freemasonry, 1842-1914

Authors Richard J. Scully
Year 2010
Journal Name IMAGO MUNDI-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF CARTOGRAPHY
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6 Journal Article

Anthropometric cartography: constructing Scottish racial identity in the early twentieth century

Authors H Winlow
Year 2001
Journal Name JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY
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7 Journal Article

Genocide and GIScience: Integrating Personal Narratives and Geographic Information Science to Study Human Rights

Authors Marguerite Madden, Amy Ross
Year 2009
Journal Name PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER
Citations (WoS) 24
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8 Journal Article

The Scope of Violence: Elizabeth Dauphinee and the Neoliberal Moment

Authors Rade Zinaic
Year 2016
Journal Name SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN REVIEW
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9 Journal Article

Cartographic Editorial—Mapping the Racial/Ethnic Topography of Subprime Inequality in Urban America

Year 2010
Journal Name URBAN GEOGRAPHY
Citations (WoS) 23
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10 Journal Article

The German Topos of Ukraine as a Lost Homeland: Ukrainian Topography in the Poem "Flight Into Kyiv" by Hans-Ulrich Treichel

Authors Ievgeniia Voloshchuk
Year 2018
Journal Name KYIV-MOHYLA HUMANITIES JOURNAL
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11 Journal Article

Trade in System of Life Support of Transbaikal Old Believers in 18th - Early 20th Centuries

Authors Svetlana Alekseyevna Kozlova
Year 2019
Journal Name NAUCHNYI DIALOG
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12 Journal Article

Exploring the Orientation in Space. Mixing Focused Ethnography and Surveys in Social Experiment

Authors Cornelia Thierbach, Alexandra Lorenz
Year 2014
Journal Name HISTORICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH-HISTORISCHE SOZIALFORSCHUNG
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13 Journal Article

Geopoetics, Geopolitics, and Violence: (Un)Mapping Daniel Alarcon's Lost City Radio

Authors Tamara L. Mitchell
Year 2019
Journal Name LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES
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14 Journal Article

The cartographic calculation of space: race mapping and the Balkans at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919

Authors Jeremy W. Crampton
Year 2006
Journal Name SOCIAL & CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY
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15 Journal Article

Recovery Migration After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Spatial Concentration and Intensification in the Migration System

Authors Katherine Curtis, Elizabeth Fussell, Jack DeWaard
Year 2015
Journal Name DEMOGRAPHY
Citations (WoS) 11
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16 Journal Article

Albanian Immigrants in the Greek City: Spatial ‘Invisibility’ and Identity Management as a Strategy of Adaptation

Authors Ifigeneia Kokkali
Book Title Migration in the Southern Balkans
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17 Book Chapter

Recovery migration to the City of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: a migration systems approach

Authors Elizabeth Fussell, Katherine Curtis, Jack DeWaard
Year 2014
Journal Name POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT
Citations (WoS) 24
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18 Journal Article

Hurricane Harvey and people with disabilities: Disproportionate exposure to flooding in Houston, Texas

Authors Jayajit Chakraborty, Sara Grineski, Timothy Collins
Year 2019
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE
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19 Journal Article

THE OLD BELIEVERS OF YEKATERINBURG: NUMBER, SOCIAL STATUS, AND RELIGIOUS IDENTITY

Authors Yulia Viktorovna Borovik
Year 2018
Journal Name IZVESTIYA URALSKOGO FEDERALNOGO UNIVERSITETA-SERIYA 2-GUMANITARNYE NAUKI
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20 Journal Article

Topological Atlas: Mapping Contemporary Borderscapes

Year 2018
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Contemporary borders operate in ways that are more complex than in the past. They have been variously conceptualised as porous, shifting and solidified. Where a border may be open for some, for others it is an impenetrable wall. Combined with the mobility of geopolitical territorial formations that operate beyond legal frameworks, such as the formation of ISIS and the situation in Europe where borders are being opened and closed against agreed treaties, the very concept of the border is being radically questioned. We need new ways to make sense of these increasingly complex spaces. This proposal aims to develop a transdisciplinary research programme for mapping, analysing and intervening in border areas in the form of a digital atlas. Topological Atlas is developed as a methodology for producing visual counter-geographies at border sites. It is ground breaking in its use of digital technologies combined with a participative approach that attends to those who are at the margins of traditional geopolitical inquiry. The project uses topology as conceptual framework and methodology to make maps that produce ‘seamless transitions’ from the space of the migrant to that of the security apparatus that creates barriers to her movement. In doing so it seeks to disrupt the cartographic norms that are being reinforced through the prevalence of GIS technology and mapping platforms such as Google Earth. It investigates forms of visual and co-produced research adapted to situations of crisis and proposes a new model for researching border areas beyond the current top-down international relations or security perspective. At the same time it acknowledges the intertwined relationship between the practice of academic inquiry, the knowledge it produces and what such knowledge can do. The project is organised around the following research question: How can mapping be used to represent borders as topological entities through the experience of those who encounter them?
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Recovery Migration After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Spatial Concentration and Intensification in the Migration System

Authors Katherine J. Curtis, Elizabeth Fussell, Jack DeWaard
Year 2015
Journal Name DEMOGRAPHY
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22 Journal Article

Introduction: Digital methods for the exploration, analysis and mapping of e-diasporas

Authors Dana Diminescu
Year 2012
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE INFORMATION SUR LES SCIENCES SOCIALES
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23 Journal Article

ALEKSANDR KONSTANTINOVICH MATVEEV. AN ONOMATOLOGIST AND RESEARCHER OF ANCIENT LANGUAGE CONTACTS

Authors Tamara Matveeva, Valentin Lukianin
Year 2015
Journal Name QUAESTIO ROSSICA
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24 Journal Article

Appropriating the 'Legitimate': Far-Right Discourses on Ecology

Year 2013
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Modern societies have increasingly thematised themselves with ecological issues as their basic problems. However, the ‘legitimacy’ publicly ascribed to ecology renders its appropriation possible by groups widely viewed as ‘illegitimate’, enabling such actors to attract not only their core audience, but also a moderate wider public. This project analyses such appropriation, i.e. both the assessment of as well as the potential for self-legitimisation via ecological topics. This is done via an analysis of the politically relevant case of increasingly popular far-right populist and radical parties, and looser groups of organised intellectuals in Austria, Germany and Switzerland between 2001 and 2011. Existing research on these actors has investigated, e.g., their stance on immigration but similarly extensive research into their public discourses on ecology does not exist. Little is known about ‘how’ and ‘why’ some far-right actors reject ecological issues, while others appropriate the protection of nature. Through triangulating quantitative corpus-linguistics (direct comparison of the investigated discourses on ecology), quantitative appropriation analysis (mapping assessments of and potential self-legitimation via ecology) and qualitative discourse analysis (how ecology is performed in detail), I ask: Which topics characterise far-right discourses on ecology? How are these performances affected as soon as these actors address a moderate wider public? (How) Do these actors draw on traditional right-wing narratives about the humans-and-nature relationship? Successful appropriation of the ‘legitimate‘ topic of ecology might enable these actors to legitimise their core topics, attract a moderate wider public and transvalue (liberal-)democratic values. Thus, the project provides, for the first time and in a historical and comparative perspective, an analysis of such attempts, enabling a better understanding of increasingly successful far-right populists and radicals.
25 Project

Memory and influence on the Web: French colonial repatriates from 1950 to the present

Authors Yann Scioldo-Zuercher
Year 2012
Journal Name SOCIAL SCIENCE INFORMATION SUR LES SCIENCES SOCIALES
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26 Journal Article

Del Norte Meets Little Saigon: Ethnic Entrepreneurship on Broadway Avenue in Wichita, Kansas, 1970-2015

Authors Jay M. Price, Sue Abdinnour, David T. Hughes
Year 2017
Journal Name ENTERPRISE & SOCIETY
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27 Journal Article

Diaspora and mapping methodologies: tracing transnational digital connections with 'mattering maps'

Authors Donya Alinejad, Laura Candidatu, Melis Mevsimler, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name GLOBAL NETWORKS-A JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Citations (WoS) 1
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28 Journal Article

Late HIV detection among adult males in Los Angeles County, 2000-2004

Authors Jacqueline Rurangirwa, Trista A. Bingham, Junyeop Kim, ...
Year 2013
Journal Name AIDS CARE-PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIO-MEDICAL ASPECTS OF AIDS/HIV
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29 Journal Article

RESEARCHING THE SPATIAL ASPECTS OF THE ROMANI-HUNGARIAN COEXISTENCE BY THE MEANS OF MENTAL MAPPING

Authors Melinda Molnar, Tunde Bogardi
Year 2016
Journal Name DETUROPE-THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM
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30 Journal Article

Mapping and analysis of types of migration from CEE countries. Country Report the Netherlands

Authors Peter Scholten
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31 Working Paper

Integration and prevention of social deviance for young male immigrants and young males from immigrant families

Year 2012
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In the public and political debate concerning the integration of third country nationals, young immigrant males or young males from a migrant family are often presented as a group lacking professional and academic success and prone to social deviant behavior or violent crimes. Studies have pointed out that the reality is more complex than the media discourse. "Young male immigrants" are neither a homogeneous group nor can social deviance among young male adults be explained solely by reference to the migration biography or descent from migrant parents. The main objective of this study is to give an overview of the state of the art of research on adolescence and migration and to identify successful pre- and interventive measures fostering the integration of male immigrant adolescents. The study aims in particular to discuss the specific problems of integration of male immigrant adolescents, to analyse successful approaches and working models of prevention and socio-pedagogical intervention and to develop concrete proposals for further policy development in this specific area of integration. The study is based on a literature analysis and qualitative interviews with experts from academia, labor market authorities, schools and extracurricular youth work and the police. Particular attention is paid to successful projects in the field of youth work with the target group. Objectives of the project • Analyse the risk of social deviance among young migrant men with specific regard to social and family contexts. • Identify factors that shape success and failures in socialisation. • Identify good practices to prevent social deviance and foster the integration of young male migrants into education and vocational training. • Formulate policy recommendations. To reach these aims, the study applies multiple methods including desk research, secondary statistical analysis, and qualitative interviews with experts and practitioners. Outcomes • Analysis report • Mapping of good practices • Policy recommendations
32 Project

Spatial Patterns of Larceny and Aggravated Assault in Miami-Dade County, 2007-2015

Authors Ryan J. Bunting, Shouraseni Sen Roy, Oliver Yang Chang, ...
Year 2018
Journal Name PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER
Citations (WoS) 6
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33 Journal Article

Government to Government (G2g) Mechanism in Malaysia. Comparison With The Employment Permit System (Eps) in South Korea

Authors Mohamed Rafizal Mohamed Eusoff
Year 2019
Journal Name AKADEMIKA
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34 Journal Article

Consequences of Intra-European Movement for CEE Migrants in European Urban Regions

Authors Ursula Reeger
Book Title Between Mobility and Migration
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35 Book Chapter

Displaced Art and the Reconstruction of Memory: Ukrainian Artists from Crimea and Donbas

Authors Iuliia Lashchuk
Year 2018
Journal Name Open Cultural Studies
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36 Journal Article

Human migration and global environmental change: A vicious cycle?

Year 2016
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"Who we are We are a junior research group co-funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) funding priority Social-Ecological Research (SÖF) and Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) aiming to understand the causalities between environmental change and human migration on the tropics. We are based at the Computational Landscape Ecology (CLE) Department at UFZ Leipzig, Germany. Our motivation In recent decades, millions of people worldwide are estimated to have migrated due to environmental change. This phenomenon is likely to increase even more, given the projected continuation of both environmental change and population growth. However, the close relationships between environmental factors and political, economic, and social factors driving migration make it challenging to understand the role of the environment in migration processes. Environmental pressure supports out-migration, whereas in-migration may affect the landscape at the migrant’s destination due to a possible overexploitation of local natural resources. As such, in-migration can potentially accelerate environmental change and even environmental degradation. Consequently, environmental change and migration can become enveloped in a vicious cycle, which has rarely been studied. Our aim Identify and explain spatial patterns of migration and environmental change, and Explore the causality between environmental change, population pressure, human migration, and environmental consequences of migration for drylands: a biome where both significant environmental changes and migration have been observed. Our approach We use an interdisciplinary approach that combines knowledge from multiple disciplines, including human geography, sociology, remote sensing, ecology, and climatology. Moreover, we apply a broad range of methods to obtain novel information regarding the environment-migration relationship at large spatial detail, including GIS-analyses, interviews, time-series analyses of environmental data, Agent-Based-Modelling and meta-analyses."
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