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Uneven Development and Spatial Structures

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If the social is inextricably spatial and the spatial impossible to divorce from its social construction and content, it follows not only that social processes should be analysed as taking place spatially but also that what have been thought of as spatial patterns can be conceptualised in terms of social processes.

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© 1995 Doreen Massey

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Massey, D. (1995). Uneven Development and Spatial Structures. In: Spatial Divisions of Labour. Palgrave, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-24059-3_3

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