Book 2013


The Making of Spatial Dependencies and Social Injustice


ISBN: 978-3-531-18332-9 (Print) 978-3-531-19018-1 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-7

  2. Introduction:Peripheralization as the Social Production of Spatial Dependencies and Injustice

    1. Chapter

      Pages 9-26

      Introduction:Peripheralization as the Social Production of Spatial Dependencies and Injustice

  3. Peripheralization and Development

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 27-27

    2. Chapter

      Pages 29-54

      The Poverty of “Peripheralization”: Re-conceptualizing the Peripheral Space

    3. Chapter

      Pages 55-76

      Developmentalism and its Exclusions:Peripheries and Unbelonging in Independent India

    4. Chapter

      Pages 77-98

      Securitization and Development as Modes of Peripheralization in North-Eastern Pakistan

  4. Peripheralization and Regional Decline

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 99-99

    2. Chapter

      Pages 101-120

      The Peripheralization of Rural Areas in Post- socialist Central Europe: A Case of Fragmenting Development? Lessons from Rural Hungary

    3. Chapter

      Pages 121-144

      The Missing Link Between Urban and Rural Development: Lessons from Iraqi Kurdistan Region

    4. Chapter

      Pages 145-167

      Infrastructure and Peripheralization: Empirical Evidence from North-Eastern Germany

    5. Chapter

      Pages 168-186

      Voices From the Margin: The Stigmatization Process as an Effect of Socio-Spatial Peripheralization in Small-Town Germany1

    6. Chapter

      Pages 187-206

      Yet Another Layer of Peripheralization: Dealing with the Consequences of the Schengen Treaty at the Edges of the EU Territory

    7. Chapter

      Pages 207-223

      The Subject and the Periphery: About Discourses, Loopings and Ascriptions

    8. Chapter

      Pages 224-238

      Conceptualizing Urban Shrinkage in East Germany: Understanding Regional Peripheralization in the Light of Discursive Forms of Region Building

  5. Peripheralization and Urban Fragmentation

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 239-239

    2. Chapter

      Pages 241-264

      Beyond the Right to the Governmentalized City: Queer Citizenship in a Brazilian Context of Peripheralization

    3. Chapter

      Pages 265-282

      Urban Dispersion and Fragmentation: Public Housing Estates in Brazil

    4. Chapter

      Pages 283-301

      (N)ever Becoming Urban?The Crisis of Romania’s Small Towns

    5. Chapter

      Pages 302-317

      Peripheralization and Power – Theoretical Debates

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 318-320