Geographies of Crisis (Journal Article Summaries)

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These Geographies of Crisis Journal Article Summaries covers 5 topics in depth. These include General Crisis, Energy Crisis, Financial Crisis and more, with multiple subtopics inside each of the main topic areas (see full list of topics below). It has been tailored to cater for Geography students of all levels, from any University and has been specifically designed to improve both, the direction of your coursework research and the efficiency of your exam revision.

  • General Crisis
    • Crisis - whose crisis? –Larner (2011)
    • Geographies of crisis – Tamsay (2011)
    • Assembling geographies of global crisis – Mather (2011)
    • Theorizing a crisis as a performative politics: A view from physical/environmental geography- Tadaki et al. (2011)
    • Crisis, change & continuity: living in interesting times – Mansfield (2011)
    • Choices of crisis – Beaten (2011)
    • Towards minor theory - Cindi Katz (1996)
  • Energy Crisis
    • Deliberating on low carbon development - Mulugetta & Urban (2010)
    • Widening energy access in Africa: Towards energy transition – Sokona et al. (2012)
    • Energy access in Africa: Challenges ahead - Brew-Hammond (2010)
    • The expanding horizon of renwable energy in SSA: leading research in the social sciences – Hancock (2015)
    • Geographies of energy transition: space, place and the low-carbon economy – Bridge et al. (2013)
    • Why high-carbon investment could be the next sub-prime crisis – Caldecott (2011)
    • Can self-interest drive sustainable energy for all?
    • Sustainable energy for all – Garside (2012)
    • Book Review of Gregory’s “Geographical imaginations” – Erik Swyngedouw (1995)
    • A qualitative factor analysis of renew-able energy & sustainable energy for all (SE4all) in the Asia-Pacific – Sovacool (2013)
  • Financial Crisis
    • Geographies of finance 1: historical geographies of the crisis-ridden present- Christopher’s (2013)
    • Geographies of money & finance 1: cultural economy, politics and place – Hall (2010)
    • The 2007-2009 Financial Crisis: Narrating & politicising a calamity – Castree (2010)
    • Geographies of the financial crisis – Aalbers (2008)
    • Crises, Geographic disruptions & the uneven development of political responses – Harvey (2011)
    • Complexity theory after the financial crisis: the death of neoliberalism or the triumph of Hayek – Cooper (2011)
    • Desire & disease in the speculative economy – Taylor & Francis (2011)
    • Is this really the end of neoliberalism? – Harvey (2009)
  • Domestic Violence
    • Everyday terrorism: connecting domestic violence & global terrorism (Pain, 2014)
    • Space and place as constraints and resources in women’s strategies to escape domestic violence (Bowstead, 2011)
    • Rethinking the domus in domestic violence: homelessness, space and domestic violence in South Africa – (Meth 2003)
    • Crimes of honour and shame: violence against women in non-western societies (Araji, 2000)
    • Gazing at ground zero: tourism, voyeurism and spectacle (Lisle, 2012)
    • Seismologies of emotion: fear and activism during domestic violence (Pain, 2014)

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