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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)

Volume 34, Number 3, September 2002

Editorial: Putting philosophies of geography into practice
pp. 227-228(2)
Authors: Lorimer, Hayden; Spedding, Nick

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Dialogue, metaphors of dialogue and understandings of geography
pp. 229-241(13)
Authors: Demeritt, David; Dyer, Sarah

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Practising geographical knowledge: fields, bodies and dissemination
pp. 253-260(8)
Authors: Dewsbury, J.D.; Naylor, S

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The Sirens’ voices? Field practices and dialogue in geography
pp. 261-272(12)
Author: Powell, Richard C.

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The RGS, exploration and Empire and the contested nature of surveying
pp. 273-283(11)
Authors: Collier, Peter; Inkpen, Rob

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On what it takes to be a good geographer
pp. 284-293(10)
Author: Simandan, Dragos

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Excavating geography’s hidden spaces
pp. 294-302(9)
Authors: Lorimer, Hayden; Spedding, Nick

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Constructing ‘the geographical archive’
pp. 303-311(9)
Author: Withers, Charles W.J

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Urban stream channel hazards
pp. 312-321(10)
Authors: Gregory, Ken J; Chin, Anne

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Editors’ Introduction
pp. 322-322(1)

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Coping with the economic crisis: women in the Cameroon’s formal sector
pp. 325-328(4)
Authors: Tanga, Pius T.; Mbuagbo, Timothy O.; Fru, Celestin Ndeh

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Book reviews
pp. 329-336(8)

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