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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 64, Number 1, 1 February 2012

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Subjectivity, Power, and the IRB*
pp. 7-15(9)
Authors: Martin, Deborah G.; Inwood, Joshua

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IRBs as Asset for Ethics Education in Geography*
pp. 25-33(9)
Author: Trudeau, Dan

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Geography, Me, and the IRB: From Roadblock to Resource
pp. 34-42(9)
Author: Price, Patricia L.

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Geographies of Development: New Maps, New Visions?*
pp. 49-62(14)
Author: Sidaway, James D.

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The Racially Fragmented City? Neighborhood Racial Segregation and Diversity Jointly Considered
pp. 63-82(20)
Authors: Holloway, Steven R.; Wright, Richard; Ellis, Mark

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Trends in Spatial Statistics*
pp. 83-94(12)
Author: Nelson, Trisalyn A.

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The Use of Environmental Features on Tactile Maps by Navigators Who Are Blind
pp. 95-108(14)
Authors: Lobben, Amy; Lawrence, Megan

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Rethinking “Diversity” Through Analyzing Residential Segregation Among Hispanics in Phoenix, Miami, and Chicago*
pp. 109-124(16)
Authors: Lukinbeal, Christopher; Price, Patricia L.; Buell, Cayla

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The Ontario Greenbelt: Shifting the Scales of the Sustainability Fix?*
pp. 125-145(21)
Authors: Macdonald, Sara; Keil, Roger

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