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Book Reviews

2009

Mann R, 2009, 'Book Review: Craig Calhoun Nations Matter: Culture, History, and the Cosmopolitan Dream London: Routledge, 2007, $35.95 pbk (ISBN: 978-0-415-41187-5), 248 pp' Sociology 43(6) pp 1208-1210 (Available here)

2010

Smith RJ, 2010, 'Book Review: Review Symposium: Martyn Hammersley Questioning Qualitative Inquiry, Sage, London, 2008' Qualitative Research 10(6) pp 750-753 (Available here)

Smith RJ, 2010, 'Book Review: Sally Galman Shane, the Lone Ethnographer: A Beginners Guide to Ethnography, Alta Mira Press, CA,  2007' Qualitative Research 10(2) pp 275-276 (Available here)

2011

Higgs G, 2011, ‘Book Review: Showalter and Lu (Eds.) Geospatial techniques in urban hazard and disaster analysis’ Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 38(2) pp 383-384 (Available here)

Higgs G, 2011, ‘Book Review: Skinner (Ed) GIS in Hospital and Healthcare Emergency Management’ Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy (Available here)

Orford S, 2011, ‘Book Review: Singleton, A. D., Educational opportunity: the geography of access to higher education’ Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 29(3) pp 569-570 (Available here)

Forthcoming

Higgs G, ‘Book Review: Nyerges et al (Eds) The SAGE Handbook of GIS and Society’ International Planning Studies (Forthcoming)

 

Mann R, ‘Book Review: K. Cordell and S. Wolff, 2010, Ethnic Conflict’ National Identities (Forthcoming)

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