Book Volume 104 2012

Encounters and Engagements between Economic and Cultural Geography


ISBN: 978-94-007-2974-2 (Print) 978-94-007-2975-9 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-17

    Introduction: Fusing Economic and Cultural Geography

  3. Chapter

    Pages 19-37

    A Short Cultural History of Anglo-American Economic Geography: Bodies, Books, Machines, and Places

  4. Chapter

    Pages 39-46

    The Cultural Turn in Geography: A New Link in the Commodity Chain

  5. Chapter

    Pages 47-64

    Consumption Geographies: Turns or Intersections?

  6. Chapter

    Pages 65-78

    Gender, Commodity Chains and Everyday Life

  7. Chapter

    Pages 79-101

    Economic Rationality, Ethnic Identity, and the Geographies of Consumption

  8. Chapter

    Pages 103-122

    Trust and Distrust: Culture Finding Its Way into Economics or the Other Way Round?

  9. Chapter

    Pages 123-141

    Building the Beloved Community Through Techno Music Production in Detroit

  10. Chapter

    Pages 143-157

    Exploring the Role of Networks in the Creative Economy of North East England: Economic and Cultural Dynamics

  11. Chapter

    Pages 159-166

    The Relevance of Scale Economies in Economic and Social Relationships in the New Economic Geography

  12. Chapter

    Pages 167-178

    Consuming the Spectacle: Tourism and Communication Technologies in Santiago de Compostela

  13. Back Matter

    Pages 179-180