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Database riviste di LUOGOESPAZIO.INFO
La finestra di ricerca qui sotto interroga il database di LUOGOESPAZIO.INFO, creato esclusivamente per supportare la libera ricerca scientifica e senza nessuno scopo di lucro.

Il database contiene riferimenti, abstract e indicazioni bibliografiche su una selezione delle principali riviste geografiche scientifiche nazionali ed estere. La ricerca è sensibile alle maiuscole/minuscole ed è full-text (opera su tutte le onformazioni, abstract compreso, ove presente). 

Non è necessario l'uso del carattere jolly *: cercando una parte della parola verranno trovate automaticamente le occorrenze che la contengono (ad esempio cercando "rif" si troveranno tanto le occorrenze di "riferimento", quanto "rifugio", come "tariffa" ecc.).

Uno sguardo alle riviste geografiche italiane e internazionali


Al momento sono incluse, con tutti i fascicoli pubbicati nel 2009:

Il database viene continuamente aggiornato e implementato: altre riviste scientifiche verranno aggiunte progressivamente

This website support geographical scientific research. All the references included here are intended for scientific research only; every reference is reported with its own source. Please follow the source to buy the full paper, if interested.

Cliccare sulla lente d'ingrandimento per visualizzare la scheda completa con eventuale abstract o testo integrale -
titolo articolo Autore/i (Cogn. Nome) rivista numero anno Pagine Parole chiave - keywords
detail Hybrid property, path dependence, market segmentation and financial exclusion: the case of the banking industry in China Yeung Godfrey Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Volume 34 Issue 2 (April 2009) 2009 177-194 financial geographies • hybrid property • path dependence • financial exclusion • market segmentation • banking industry
detail Landscape, absence and the geographies of love Wylie John Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Volume 34 Issue 3 (July 2009) 2009 275-289 landscape • Mullion Cove • Derrida • phenomenology • vision • love
detail Using Geometrical, Textural, and Contextual Information of Land Parcels for Classification of Detailed Urban Land Use Wu Shuo-Sheng; Qiu Xiaomin; Usery E. Lynn; Wang Le Annals of the Association of American Geographers Issue 1 2009 2009 76-98 contextual classification; field-based; land use classification; per field; textural classification
detail Gender and geography: knowledge and activism across the intimately global Wright Melissa W. Progress in Human Geography June 2009, Volume 33, No. 3 2009 379-386
detail Social Power and GIS Technology: A Review and Assessment of Approaches for Natural Resource Management Wright Dawn J.; Duncan Sally L.; Lach Denise Annals of the Association of American Geographers Issue 2 2009 2009 254-272 environmental thought; GIS and society; natural resource management; privileged knowledge; public participation; social power
detail Neoliberal-Parasitic Economies and Space Building: Chicago's Southwest Side Wilson David; Beck Dean; Bailey Adrian Annals of the Association of American Geographers Issue 3 2009 2009 604-626 Chicago; ethnoscape; neoliberalism; parasitic economies; Southwest Side
detail The U.S. Electoral College and Spatial Biases in Voter Power Warf Barney Annals of the Association of American Geographers Issue 1 2009 2009 184-204 elections; Electoral College; electoral geography; political geography
detail Event Ecology, Causal Historical Analysis, and Human–Environment Research Walters Bradley B.; Vayda Andrew P. Annals of the Association of American Geographers Issue 3 2009 2009 534-553 abduction; cultural ecology; explanation; political ecology; research methodology
detail Transnationalizing entrepreneurship: a critical agenda for economic geography Wai-chung Yeung Henry Progress in Human Geography April 2009, Volume 33, No. 2 2009 210-235 economic geography • entrepreneurship studies • international business studies • relational perspective • theory • transnationalizing entrepreneurship.
detail Do the suburbs exist? Discovering complexity and specificity in suburban built form Vaughan Laura, Griffiths Sam, Haklay Mordechai (Muki), Emma Jones Catherine (Kate) Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Volume 34 Issue 4 (October 2009) 2009 475-488 England • suburban theory • built environment • emergent • temporal • spatial
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