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Territories: Nations, States and the Claiming of Space

By: David Storey
Territories: Nations, States and the Claiming of Space
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  • Territories: Nations, States and the Claiming of Space ISBN: 9780582327900 Paperback Feb 2001 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Territoryprovides a comprehensive introduction to theories of territoriality and the geographical outcomes of territorial control. It explores both macro-scale territoriality (e.g. the emergence of nations and state formation) and micro-scale territoriality (e.g. the 'designation' of particular spaces in urban areas or domestic contexts). Politics and political relationships underpin the world we live in. From a geographical perspective, the most obvious manifestation of this is the division of the Earth's surface into political units (states and sub-state divisions). There are also less explicit forms of territorial division which occur in more micro-scale contexts. Whether explicit or implicit, control over territory is a key political motivating force. Competing territory claims are a major source of conflict. The processes of control and the contestation over particular territory are thus key elements in what is known as political geography.

Contents

1. Introduction2. Territory and territoriality3. The territorial state4. Nations and nationalism5. Nationalism and the importance of place6. The future of the soverign state7. Substate territorial divisions8. Territory and locality9. Conclusions

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