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

Volume 44, Number 2, 1 June 2012

Editorial: looking forward
pp. 134-135(2)
Author: Ward, Kevin

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Who loses if flood risk is reduced: should we be concerned?
pp. 152-159(8)
Authors: Penning‐Rowsell, Edmund C; Pardoe, Joanna

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Using Google Maps to collect spatial responses in a survey environment
pp. 160-169(10)
Authors: Bearman, Nick; Appleton, Katy

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‘At the next junction, turn left’: attitudes towards Sat Nav use
pp. 170-177(8)
Authors: Axon, Stephen; Speake, Janet; Crawford, Kevin

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Water quality standards or carbon reduction: is there a balance?
pp. 217-225(9)
Authors: Baleta, Hannah; McDonnell, Rachael

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Apparitions of neoliberalism: revisiting ‘Jungle law breaks out’
pp. 245-249(5)
Authors: Peck, Jamie; Tickell, Adam

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Prize
pp. 258-258(1)

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Global natures: from utter failures to the possible
pp. 259-260(2)
Authors: Grabbatin, Brian; Bigger, Patrick

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Food, health and the body: the political ecology of sustainability
pp. 260-261(2)
Author: Bolduc, Michele Flippo

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Going global in
pp. 262-264(3)
Author: Bigger, Patrick

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Response from the book's editors
pp. 265-268(4)
Authors: Peet, Richard; Robbins, Paul; Watts, Michael

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