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by Robert A. Dodgshon

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Robert A. Dodgshon
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Series: Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography (Book 27). Paperback: 246 pages.

Secondly Robert Dodgshon shows how society's use of space is a powerful source of this inertia, and the different sources of geographical inertia are explored. By examining this inertia we learn that society has long steered change around such spaces. Series: Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography (Book 27). Publisher: Cambridge University Press (September 28, 1998).

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Paperback, 230 pages. Published September 1st 1998 by Cambridge University Press (first published August 13th 1998).

Secondly, he shows how society's use of space is a powerful source of this inertia, and the different sources of geographical inertia are explored. Paperback, 230 pages. Society in Time and Space: A Geographical Perspective on Change (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography). 0521596408 (ISBN13: 9780521596404).

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Society in Time and Space offers a geographical perspective on societal change, and sets out to show how understanding the geography of such change enables us to appreciate better the basic processes involved

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The accumulation of geographical scholarship since the late nineteenth century has encouraged a fusion of historical and geographical skills and interests. The Commission's work draws attention to these important trends and lays the foundation for a broader discussion of their implications.

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In this highly original book, Robert Dodgshon suggests that in order to understand change we first need to understand the geographical circumstances under which society finds change difficult. Secondly, he shows how society's use of space is a powerful source of this inertia, and the different sources of geographical inertia are explored. By examining this inertia we learn that society has long steered change around such spaces. This is an important and innovative book and will be of interest to a range of geographers, historians and social theorists.