Lost Geographies of Power
by John Allen
This original study explores the difference that space and spatiality make to the understanding of power.
- Explores the difference that space and spatiality makes to an understanding of power.
- Moves forward the incorporation of ideas of space into social theory.
- Presents a new understanding of the exercise, uses and manifestations of cultural, economic and political power in the second half of the twentieth century.
- Illustrated with cases and examples.
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