Geographers and ‘globalization’: (yet) another missed boat?

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Abstract:

Over the years, geographers have developed a disturbing – even dysfunctional – habit of missing out on important intellectual and politically significant debates, even those in which geographers would seem to have a major role to play. The syndrome of processes currently bundled together within the term ‘globalization’ is intrinsically geographical, as are the outcomes of such processes. Yet, once again, it seems, we are not, as a discipline, centrally involved in what are clearly very ‘big issues’ indeed. The purpose of this paper is to explore, in the context of ongoing globalization debates, the bases of this undesirable situation and to consider what might be done to redress it in ways that could both enhance intra- and interdisciplinarity and also make a contribution towards building a better world.

Keywords: disciplinarity; geography; globalization

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.0020-2754.2004.00111.x

Publication date: March 1, 2004

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