Link a riviste geografiche (grazie alla selezione effettuata dall'Università del Colorado)
ACME is an on-line international journal for critical and radical analyses of the social, the spatial and the political.
Acta Geographica - Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Anton Melik Geographical Institute
The Annals of the Association of American Geographers
The Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers , abstracts of recent issues, subscription and submission information
The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien - The Canadian Association of Geographers
The Cartographic Journal - The British Cartographic Society
Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography, European Journal of Geography. English and French, text, subscription and submission information.
Ecumene: A Journal of Cultural Geographies subscription and submission information, contacts.
Eurasian Geography and Economics formerly Post-Soviet Geography and Economics
Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
Géocarrefour Revue de Géographie de Lyon
Geographical Analysis: An International Journal of Theoretical Geography
Geographical Research formerly Australian Geographical Studies, journal of the Institute of Australian Geographers
Geographical Review abstracts from current and past issues, information for authors, and subscription information.
GeoWeb Electronic Reader's Digest
GIScience and Remote Sensing formerly Mapping and Remote Sensing
Global Networks an inter-disciplinary journal on social scientific aspects of globalization and transnationalism
The Great Lakes Geographer - University of Western Ontario, Dept. of Geography
International Journal of Fieldwork Studies
International Journal of Health Geographics online journal by BioMed Central. Papers on the application of GIS and science in public health, healthcare, health services, and health resources
Irish Geography Geographical Society of Ireland
Journal of Central Asian Studies - Oklahoma State University, Dept. of Geography
Journal of Cultural Geography - Oklahoma State University, Dept. of Geography
Journal of Geography in Higher Education
Journal of Historical Geography
Journal of Political Ecology - University of Arizona, Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology - Web-based journal
Journal of Spatial Science formerly Cartography - The Journal
Journal of Transportation and Statistics - U.S. Dept. of Transportation
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).
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Al momento sono incluse, con tutti i fascicoli pubbicati nel 2009:
Il database viene continuamente aggiornato e implementato: altre riviste scientifiche verranno aggiunte progressivamente
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The United States does not provide for direct election of its chief executive but utilizes the Electoral College to represent voter choices. Central to this institution is the “winner-take-all” model by which electoral votes in all states but two are awarded to the candidate who garners a plurality of that state's popular vote. As game theorists have long pointed out, this system introduces several biases in voter power that differentially reward or punish voters based on each state's population or electorate. This article offers a historical overview of the Electoral College and the geographic biases in voter power it introduces. It extends the influential binomial model of voter power proposed by Banzhaf in the 1960s to include a multinomial approach sensitive to the presence of more than two parties, the absolute and relative margins of victories, and the number of electoral votes in each state. It then applies this approach to U.S. presidential elections from 1960 to 2004 utilizing a series of cartograms. Next, the article examines voter power differentials between the two major political parties, five ethnic groups, rural and urban areas, and ten religious denominations in the 2000 and 2004 elections. Finally, it links contemporary discussions of voter power to theories of democracy, arguing that the electoral power can only be understood in contingent, temporally fluid, and geographically specific terms.