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Cambridge Human Geography provides an important new framework for the publication both of the fresh ideas and initiatives often embodied in postgraduate work and of the more substantive research and wider reflective output of established scholars. Given the flux of debate within the social sciences as a whole, the series will seek to attract authors concerned to address general issues of the conflicting philosophies within and between the political science and 'liberal' approaches. Much of this interdisciplinary debate will be developed through specific studies: of production and economic restructuring; of the provision and management of public goods and services; of state investment and collective consumption; of human agency; and of the man-environment interface. The central aim of the series will be to publish quite simply the best of new scholarship within the field of human geography.

  • General Editors: Brian Robson, University of Manchester, David Ley, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Derek Gregory