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Geographical Research
Volume 58, Issue 3

Pages: 203-325

August 2020


ISSUE INFORMATION

Issue Information

 

Pages: 203-204 | First Published: 13 August 2020

EDITORIAL

Of “multiple interlocking crises” and agendas for geographical research

 

Pages: 205-206 | First Published: 13 August 2020

SPECIAL SECTION EDITORIAL

New consumption geographies: Introduction to the special section

Ruth Lane, Juliana Mansvelt

Pages: 207-213 | First Published: 29 May 2020

SPECIAL SECTION ARTICLES

Reflexive renovation and the future of household sustainability: The role of media and imagination in household consumption

Shae Hunter

Pages: 214-225 | First Published: 29 May 2020

Governmentality and resident experience in an eco‐themed master‐planned estate

Paul Smith

Pages: 226-239 | First Published: 29 May 2020

A social practice perspective on meat reduction in Australian households: Rethinking intervention strategies

Jane Daly

Pages: 240-251 | First Published: 29 May 2020

Spaces of capability: Consumption geographies at an inner‐city university

Bhavna Middha

Pages: 252-264 | First Published: 29 May 2020

Takeaway food, waste, and their geographies in workplaces

Chen Liu, Jiaxi Chen

Pages: 265-274 | First Published: 29 May 2020

Everyday life after downshifting: Consumption, thrift, and inequality

Jo Lindsay, Ruth Lane, Kim Humphery

Pages: 275-288 | First Published: 29 May 2020

Connecting meanings of ageing, consumption, and information and communication technologies through practice

Juliana Mansvelt, Jonathan Elms, Sarah Dodds

Pages: 289-299 | First Published: 29 May 2020

SPECIAL SECTION COMMENTARY

New consumption geographies, new geographies of consumption

David M. Evans

Pages: 300-303 | First Published: 29 May 2020

VIRTUAL ISSUE EDITORIAL

Geographies of local government

Kerwin Datu

Pages: 304-309 | First Published: 14 June 2020

VIRTUAL ISSUE CODA

Coronavirus disease and local government

Kerwin Datu

Pages: 310-312 | First Published: 14 June 2020

VIRTUAL ISSUE EDITORIAL

Geographies of bushfires in Australia in a changing world

Stephen M Turton

Pages: 313-315 | First Published: 15 July 2020

BOOK REVIEWS

Ian Kinane (2016) Theorising literary islands: The island trope in contemporary Robinsonade narratives, London and New York, Rowman & Littlefield International. 247pp, ISBN: 978 1 78348 806 3. $125.

Charles Travis

Pages: 316-318 | First Published: 22 March 2020

Handbook on the geographies of Globalization. Edited by Robert C. Kloosterman, Virginie Mamadouh, and Pieter Terhorst. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar: 2018. xxi + 448 pp. ISBN 978–1–78536‐383‐2 (cased); 978–1–78536‐384‐9 (eBook).

Guy M Robinson

Pages: 318-322 | First Published: 23 March 2020

Michael Webber, Jon Barnett, Brian Finlayson and Mark Wang. Water supply in a mega‐city. A political ecology analysis of Shanghai. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018. ISBN 978 1 78643 392 3, 286pp.

David Dunkerley

Pages: 322-325 | First Published: 22 March 2020

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