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Guest Editorial: Does Anglophone hegemony permeate Gender, Place and Culture?

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This editorial is seen as a comment on the on-going concern expressed in several Anglophone geography journals about the hegemony of Angloamerican production and its role in formulating the terms of international academic debate. We examine the extent to which Angloamerican dominance is equally true with regard to feminist geography, by looking at how/whether Gender, Place and Culture (GPC) deals with this bias. Finally we forward some suggestions for positive action towards enhancing the international character of the journal. ¿La hegemonía Anglosajona impregna Gender, Place and Culture? Esta nota editorial trata de un tema que en la actualidad es motivo de preocupación en algunas revistas anglosajonas, la hegemonía de la producción anglosajona en geografía y su papel crucial en la formulación de los debates académicos internacionales. A través del anàlisis de la revista Gender Place and Culture , se discute cómo esta situación se da también en la geografía feminista. Finalmente, se proponen una serie de acciones positivas para potenciar el carácter internacional de la revista.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain 2: Roskilde University, Denmark 3: National Technical University of Athens

Publication date: February 1, 2006

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