to the spatial expression of social processes on the. Sauer, while the spatial distribution of social groups was already studied by the Chicago School of Sociology. Ley, David (1977 Social Geography and the Taken-for-granted-World. Area 13 (4 299-305. Gregory, Derek (1994 Geographical Imaginations. Fordham Road Faculty Memorial Hall, Room 434A Bronx, New York 10458 strateatfordham. Jackson, Peter (2003 Introduction: The Social in Question. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 2 (4 498-512. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 59 (3 596-598. 36-46 (Originally published in French in 1910) Cited by: Buttimer, Anne (1968 137.
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Buttimer, Anne (1968 Social geography. Scottish Geographical Journal 46 (5. 10 In the 1970s, the focus of debate within American human geography lay on political economic processes (though there also was a considerable number of accounts 11 for a phenomenological perspective on social geography 12 while in the 1990s, geographical thought was heavily influenced. Sociaal-geographische Mededeelingen 2 (3 130-153. Annales de Géographie. (Sage 37-42.) Also note that Werlen's original two questions that social geography has to answer slightly differ from these two, and that Buttimer (1968: 135) provides another two of such questions. 24 The first person in the Anglo-American tradition to use the term " social geography" was George Wilson Hoke, whose paper The Study of Social Geography 25 was published in 1907, yet there is no indication it had any academic impact. Read more Join the Media.