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Spatial Divisions of Labour (2nd Edition)

Social Structures and the Geography of Production

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 410

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Paperback - 9780333594940

28 June 1995

$57.99

Hardcover - 9780333594933

28 June 1995

$172.99

Ebook - 9781349240593

22 December 2015

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The first edition of Spatial Divisions of Labour rapidly became a classic. It had enormous influence on thinking about uneven development, the nature of economic space, and the conceptualisation of place arguing for an...

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The first edition of Spatial Divisions of Labour rapidly became a classic. It had enormous influence on thinking about uneven development, the nature of economic space, and the conceptualisation of place arguing for an approach embedding all these issues in a notion of spatialised social relations. This second edition includes a new first chapter and an extensive additional concluding essay addressing key issues in the debates and controversies which followed initial publication.

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Preface to the Second Edition
The Issues Changing Questions in Industrial Geography
Uneven Development and Spatial Structures
Some Changing Spatial Structures in the United Kingdom
The Effects on Local Areas: Class and Gender Relations
Class, Politics and the Geography of Employment
The Reproduction of Inequality: A Question of Politics
Reflections on the Debates of a Decade.
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