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

Volume 46, Number 3, 1 September 2014

Tourism neoliberalism and the swamp as enterprise
pp. 235-241(7)
Author: Keul, Adam

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Embodying Chinese urbanism: towards a research agenda
pp. 256-267(12)
Authors: Jayne, Mark; Leung, Ho Hon

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Researching controversial and sensitive issues: using visual vignettes to explore farmers' attitudes towards the control of bovine tuberculosis in England
pp. 285-293(9)
Authors: Naylor, Rhiannon; Maye, Damian; Ilbery, Brian; Enticott, Gareth; Kirwan, James

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Resilience, complexity and post‐liberalism
pp. 313-319(7)
Author: Pugh, Jonathan

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