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Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?2006 Geographical journal 172 (2): 87
  • Joanne Sharp
  • John Briggs
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in Geogr J 2006, 172(1):6-9: erratum
Neoliberalism, environmentalism, and agricultural restructuring in Morocco2006 Geographical journal 172 (2): 88-105
  • Diana K. Davis
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Contradictory socio-economic consequences of structural adjustment in Kingston, Jamaica2006 Geographical journal 172 (2): 106-29
  • Colin Clarke
  • David Howard
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Malaria and technological networks: medical geography in the Pontine marshes, Italy, in the 1930s2006 Geographical journal 172 (2): 145-55
  • Federico Caprotti
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Responding to the coffeee crisis: a pilot study of farmers' adaptations in Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras2006 Geographical journal 172 (2): 156-71
  • Catherine Tucker
  • Edwin Castellanos
  • Hallie Eakin
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?2006 Geographical journal 172 (1): 6-9
  • Joanne Sharp
  • John Briggs
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398introduction to special issue 'Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?'
Separated by common ground? Bringing (post)development and (post)colonialism together2006 Geographical journal 172 (1): 10-21
  • David Simon
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?'
An orthodoxy of 'the local': post-colonialism, participation and professionalism in northern Thailand2006 Geographical journal 172 (1): 22-34
  • Katharine Islay McKinnon
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?'
Transnational development networks: bringing development and postcolonial approaches into dialogue2006 Geographical journal 172 (1): 35-49
  • Colin McFarlane
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?'
Subaltern strategies and development practice: urban water privatization in Ghana2006 Geographical journal 172 (1): 50-65
  • Ian Yeboah
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?'
Bare life as a development/postcolonial problematic2006 Geographical journal 172 (1): 66-77
  • Christine Sylvester
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Postcolonialism and development: new dialogues?'
A geographical perspective on poverty-environment interactions2005 Geographical journal 171 (1): 9-23
  • Leslie C. Gray
  • William G. Moseley
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Poverty and the environment'
Card-carrying hunters, rural poverty, and wildlife decline in northern Côte d'Ivoire2005 Geographical journal 171 (1): 24-35
  • Thomas J. Bassett
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Poverty and the environment'
Global cotton and local environmental management: the political ecology of rich and poor small-hold farmers in southern Mali2005 Geographical journal 171 (1): 36-55
  • William Moseley
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Poverty and the environment'
Understanding community forestry: a qualitative meta-study of the concept, process, and its potential for poverty alleviation in the United States case2005 Geographical journal 171 (1): 56-69
  • Amy K. Glasmeier
  • Tracey Farrigan
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Poverty and the environment'
What kind of intensification ? Agricultural practice, soil fertility and socioeconomic differentiation in rural Burkina Faso2005 Geographical journal 171 (1): 70-82
  • Leslie C. Gray
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Poverty and the environment'
Poverty, hunger and population policy: linking Cairo with Johannesburg2005 Geographical journal 171 (1): 83-95
  • Anthony Young
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Poverty and the environment'
A disappearing biome ? Reconsidering land-cover change in the Brazilian savanna2005 Geographical journal 171 (2): 99-111
  • Wendy Jepsom
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Soil feritlity management strategies on the Jos Plateau: the need for integrating 'empirical' and 'scientific' knowledge in agricultural development2005 Geographical journal 171 (2): 112-24
  • M. J. Alexander
  • M. W. Pasquini
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Seismic and volcanic hazards in Peru: changing attitudes to disaster mitigation2005 Geographical journal 171 (2): 125-45
  • David K. Chester
  • Martin R. Degg
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Annihilation of both place and sense of place: the experience of the Cheslatta T'en Canadian First Nation within the context of large-scale environmental projects2005 Geographical journal 171 (2): 146-65
  • J. A. McVey
  • J. E. Windsor
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Agribusiness and farmers in Mexico: the importance of contractual relations2005 Geographical journal 171 (2): 166-76
  • Cristina Steffen
  • Flavia Echánove
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Gender and agrobiodiversity: a case study from Bangladesh2005 Geographical journal 171 (3): 195-208
  • Emily Oakley
  • Janet Henshall Momsen
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Tree integration in homestead farms in southeast Nigeria: propositions and evidence2005 Geographical journal 171 (3): 209-22
  • Uwem E. Ite
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Challenges of forest governance in Madagascar2005 Geographical journal 171 (3): 223-8
  • Sean P. Sweeney
  • William J. McConnell
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The landslide hazard and human vulnerability in La Paz City, Bolivia2005 Geographical journal 171 (3): 239-58
  • Greg O'Hare
  • Sara Rivas
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The dynamics of vulnerability: locating coping strategies in Kenya and Tanzania2005 Geographical journal 171 (4): 287-305
  • Katrina Bron
  • P. Mick Kelly
  • Siri Eriksen
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Wetland sustainabilty and the evolution of indigenous knowledge in Ethiopia2005 Geographical journal 171 (4): 306-23
  • Alan B. Dixon
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The relationship between herders and trees in space and time in northern Cameroon2005 Geographical journal 171 (4): 324-39
  • Aboubakar Njoya
  • Amélie Bonnerat
  • Denis Gautier
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Assessing participatory GIS for community-based natural resource management: claiming communit forests in Cameroon2005 Geographical journal 171 (4): 340-56
  • Michael McCall
  • Peter A. Minang
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The future of family farming in Israel: the second generation in the Moshav2005 Geographical journal 171 (4): 357-68
  • Michael Sofer
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The diverse and contested meanings of sustainable development2004 Geographical journal 170 (2): 99-104
  • Andrew C. Millington
  • Colin Williams
0016-7398in special issue 'Environment and development in the UK'
Regions and sustainable development: regional planning matters2004 Geographical journal 170 (2): 135-45
  • Dave Counsell
  • Graham Haughton
0016-7398in special issue 'Environment and development in the UK'
Ecofeminism in the twenty-first century2004 Geographical journal 170 (2): 146-54
  • Susan Buckingham
0016-7398in special issue 'Environment and development in the UK'
'Just sustainability': the emerging discourse of environmental justice in Britain?2004 Geographical journal 170 (2): 155-64
  • Bob Evans
  • Julian Agyeman
0016-7398in special issue 'Environment and development in the UK'
Targeting seasonal climate forecastes for integration into household level decisions: the case of smallholder farmers in Lesotho2004 Geographical journal 170 (1): 6-21
  • Gina Ziervogel
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The cultural context of forest degradation in adjacent Purépechan communities, Michoacan, Mexico2004 Geographical journal 170 (1): 22-38
  • Keith S. Hadley
  • Martha A. Works
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Recent protected-area designation in China: an evaluation of administrative and statutory procedures2004 Geographical journal 170 (1): 39-50
  • C. Y. Jim
  • Steve S. W. Xu
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Land use changes and trends in human appropriation of above ground net primary production (HANPP) in India (1961-98)2004 Geographical journal 170 (1): 51-63
  • K. V. S. Badarinth
  • V. Krishna Prasad
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Explaining complexities of environmental management in developing countries: lessons from the Fiji islands2004 Geographical journal 170 (1): 64-77
  • Jane Turnbull
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Livelihoods in transition: transnational gold mining operations and local change in Cajamarca, Peru2004 Geographical journal 170 (1): 78-91
  • Jeffrey Bury
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Transfer of Taiwanese ideas and technology to the Gambia, West Africa: a viable approach to rural development ?2004 Geographical journal 170 (3): 189-211
  • Kathleen Baker
  • Louis Louis Edmonds
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The Singapore river thematic zone: sustainable tourism in an urban context2004 Geographical journal 170 (3): 212-25
  • Shirlena Huang
  • T. C. Chang
  • Victor R. Savage
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Problems of the solution: intervention into small-scale irrigation for drought proofing in the Mekele Plateau of northern Ethiopia2004 Geographical journal 170 (3): 226-37
  • Yohannes Aberra
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Accessibility and land-use patterns at the forest fringe in the northeastern part of the Philippines2004 Geographical journal 170 (3): 238-55
  • Koen P. Overmars
  • Nol Witte
  • Peter H. Verburg
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
The karstlands of Trinidad and Tobago, their land use and conservation2004 Geographical journal 170 (3): 256-66
  • M. Sean Chenoweth
  • Michael J. Day
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398
Halford Mackinder and the 'geographical pivot of history': a centennial retrospective2004 Geographical journal 170 (4): 292-97
  • James D. Sidaway
  • Klaus Dodds
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398introduction to special issue 'Halford Mackinder and the 'geographical pivot of history'; with reprint of original document by H Mackinder, 298-321
The imperial vision of Halford Mackinder2004 Geographical journal 170 (4): 322-9
  • Brian W. Blouet
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Halford Mackinder and the 'geographical pivot of history'; with reprint of original document by H Mackinder, 298-321
The geographical pivot of history and early twentieth century geopolitical culture2004 Geographical journal 170 (4): 332-6
  • Pascal Venier
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Halford Mackinder and the 'geographical pivot of history'; with reprint of original document by H Mackinder, 298-321
The political pivot of geography2004 Geographical journal 170 (4): 337-46
  • Gerry Kearns
H6/KU [GEOGRAPHICAL-]0016-7398in special issue 'Halford Mackinder and the 'geographical pivot of history'; with reprint of original document by H Mackinder, 298-321