Making Spaces: Or, geography, is political too

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1995 Number 1

Making Spaces: Or, geography, is political too
Doreen Massey, pages 193-208

Abstract

In an increasingly ‘globalised’ world what are our rights to movement? And what should be the rights of ‘local people? Doreen Massey explores the politics of space and place, arguing that, from the local scale to the global, geography and power are inextricably related-and that we have a responsibility for the geographies we construct, and in which we live.

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Doreen Massey (1995) Making Spaces: Or, geography, is political too, Soundings, 1995(1), 193-208

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