Globalization is not scaled; nor does it ﬂow, untethered, like the airline route map. When it remains a visceral force of latent bodily responses, affect overlaps with drives as expounded in psychoanalysis. Post-structuralists responded by, claiming that no objects were outside the systems of, representation, and that any claim to know them in an, whereby one theoretical stance was privileged a. all others as both accurate and truthful. - boxed summaries of complex arguments which - with the engaging writing style - provide a clear overview of post-structuralist approaches to the study of space and place. The entry begins with a definition of geography and with a description of what the discipline shares with the other social sciences and what makes it distinctive among them. Interest in studying of geospatial features of transport infrastructure continuously, As recently as 1993, Carmen Bel questioned whether Spain had even minimal development in the field of social geography: despite the fact that certain authors (for ideological reasons) and texts (due to their conceptual focus) demonstrated a concern for social phenomena, a social vision of the complete range of topics related to human geography has never materi- alized in Spain. Utilizes the framework of non-lieanr dynamics (complexity theory). From this position, F, First, he noted that each articulation is produced and, understood within a given context, such that it is afforded, ested in were those that had gained sufﬁcient authority, status of Truth. lodged – literally so, in the sense of being inserted into, and immanent with, dense unfolding of sites of social, within an ever expanding international political econ-, the struggle between economic globalizations and the, preservation of local cultures, is to miss. This, systematic or categorical approach has continuously, Deleuze’s establishment of an ontology of pure dif-, ference works against the popular tradition initiated. Deconstruction and geography: Settling the account. Terminological clarifications are provided with regard to the relationship between human geography and physical geography, and between human geography and urban geography. It has been in the latter half of the move-, reassert their claims over ontology, largely by rethinking, difference and representation in more explicitly materi-, alist terms. some instances binary thought can be productive, as in, computer languages that operate on an underlying sys-, binaries so stricture what knowledge is possible that, ontological concepts (or what we presume the world to, consist of, e.g., the individual vs. society. Less attention has been paid to issues of ontology, ically sidelined as a mere product of epistemology, analyses are ontologically agnostic, caring little for, the form and content of the material conditions that, allow for discourses to be manifested (from pen, and paper to landscape itself) and that allow for their, In part, this absence can be laid at the door of the, discipline more broadly, as geographers have commonly. Omar Olivares Sandoval* Murdoch, J. In doing so, he, rejected the traditional, historical approach to the study, descriptions of the historical evolution of particular, languages and language families. In making this argument F, aim was not to reiterate the imposition of coercive po, day power to be depersonalized, diffused, relational, and, but rather is exercised through a series of everyday, hopeless pessimism, in that power is understood to dis-, cipline and normalize more and more dimensions of, resisting relations of power lie in the disruption of this, daily performance. The new branches formation of material production and non-production sphere leads to the need of their geographic study. And third, humans concei, sciences of ‘Man’ simply cannot produce a comprehensive, account of their subject/object, and so must dis. Due to the current restrictions in place, our inspection copy policy has changed. However, it also has adherents in political geography, economic geography, and social geography. This book brings together, explores and expands socio-spatial affect, emotion and psychoanalytic drives in tourism for the first time. Rather than just opposing dominant thinking, it suggests that the academic has a duty to engage in a more positive vein, contributing to the decisions that are taken by mediatingbetween different positions and points of view. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Study of what the world is like, or must be, vi-Strauss’s search for the organizing principles of. A post-structuralist approach argues that to understand an object (a text, for example), one must study both the object itself and the systems of knowledge that produced the object. The economic and geographical features of countries and regions directly affect transport systems – the general configuration of the transport network, volumes of transportation, the structure of cargo turnover, and the direction of the main freight flows. It is not unusual to see structuralism rendered as an, inﬂexible and static framework, but that w, misunderstanding. Such a way of thinking about the, stabilizes not only the meaning of one term, such as truth, (a center relying on such ‘parts’ such as objectivity, shorn of ideology, etc. Comprehensive and comprehensible - communicating a new and exciting agenda for human geography - Post-structuralist Geography is the students' essential guide to the theoretical literature. In this manner, post-, structuralism throws doubt onto all certainties regarding, researchers’ ability to accurately represent reality, for our, concepts do not simply re-present that reality, in the, sense of mirroring their referent, but re, within a fully relational system of understanding that, does not require the referent to be cognized in the same, A second inﬂuential theorist of post-structuralism was, the French philosopher-historian, Michel F, Whereas Derrida focused on the dualistic presumptions. . that usually implies having something in common). Post-structuralist Geography is a highly accessible introduction to post-structuralist theory that critically assesses how post-structuralism can be used to study space and place.. Key Features. verse forms of structuralist thought were constructed. Marxist Geography I; Marxism/Marxist Geography II; Posthumanism/Posthumanistic Geographies; Structural. Moreover, post-structuralism has affected not just what geographers study but how they study. Indeed, some have com-, mented on the fact that ANT analyses do run the risk of, treating all elements within a network in the same, the sense of having the capacity to act or intervene, within a situation so as to produce a particular affect. tiresomeness. Consider, for example, our understanding of phenomena, as either natural or cultural. As such, it should, not be thought of as a set of meanings that are somehow, imprinted onto real-world phenomena. Post-structuralism is an intellectual movement that emerged in philosophy and the humanities in the 1960s and 1970s. Derrida would go on to show how w, centers and structures so as to ‘deconstr, ery of their claims to independence. In this case, post-structuralists turn their attention, that demarcate them. around a set of fundamental questions. For more details, please see: http://conference.rgs.org/CallForPapers/View.aspx?heading=Y&session=92d79fe9-e2a7-463d-b14d-cf4ebb70098c. conscious vs. insensate, subject vs. object, chaos vs. order). In doing so, these geographers have interro-, gated more closely the ontological ramiﬁcations of the, discussed here. Our nodding, acquiescence to repetitive invocations of scores of nor-, malized categories has been profoundly shaken under. Affect, A History of Spaces: Cartographic Reason, Mapping and the Geo-Coded World, Gender Trouble: Feminism And The Subversion Of Identity, Film, Geopolitics and the Affective Logics of Intervention, Hybrid Geographies: Natures Cultures Spaces, Stabilizing the Herd: Fixing the Identity of Nonhumans, CfP: Digitising Geographies of Indigenous Folklore in the Global South: Colonial and Decolonial Praxis, TERRITÓRIO E FRONTEIRA: NOVAS PERSPECTIVAS PARA O ENSINO DE GEOGRAFIA POLÍTICA, "From the farm to the tough urban jungle" Anglo-American Cultural geography in the 1990's, Social and geographical essence of transport infrastructure, Recent development in social and cultural geography in Spain, In book: International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (pp.396-407). affected by post-structuralist theory.Post-structuralist influences can be discerned in almost all aspects of geographical endeavour,in particular the study of cultures, economies and natures – three key areas for human-geographical inquiry. Such, experiments need not be immense or completely trans-, formative, but should be predicated upon the under-, experimentations continuously conditioned. Les fragmentations urbaines, la dérégulation de l'espace de vie commun et la dissolution des liens sociaux fondés sur une urbanité commune sont les principales conséquences des guerres urbaines, qui empêchent le rétablissement durable de la paix. Doel, M. (2005). reissued in 1972) critiqued the very notion, by analyzing the process of ‘centering’ upon which di-. This noteworthy book makes a significant contribution to the literature in this area and is essential reading for researchers and postgraduates in the fields of social theory, sociology, geography, anthropology and cultural studies. Key words: transport, transport infrastructure, transport geography, economic geography. For, non-post-structuralists this distinction, and the impulse, to resolve it, implies a faith in the possibility of, unmediated re-presentation, wherein researchers might, is not to reject the existence of the world, to maintain that the world can never be kno. So too was anthropologist, culture. After, a brief history and overview of human geography's engagement with social theory, the entry offers a discussion of the politicization of contemporary human geography and of how this phenomenon is reflected in theory building and concept development. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. or conceptual branches (geographical thought, qualitative methodologies, etc.). life as determined by the underlying mode of production. stitute interrelated signs, whose mark or signiﬁer is em-, bedded in a structure of langue, which itself may be. Visnyk of the Lviv University Series Geography. chairs, certainly, but also people, statues, This ontology can be termed idealist insofar as the forms, are thought to be transcendent; that is, they precede their, forms or concepts – the totality of possible forms that, substances might take. under the weight of their own contradictions. psychoanalysis, in particular the analyses of dreams. for non-commercial research and educational use including without limitation use in instruction at your institution, sending it to speciﬁc colleagues who you know, All other uses, reproduction and distribution, including without limitation commercial reprints, selling or licensing, copies or access, or posting on open internet sites, your personal or institution’s website or repository, prohibited. The economism of spatial science and Marxism could not be sustained, however. Drawing upon such work, in this paper we explore the particular role of film as an affective assemblage through which geopolitical sensibilities emerge and are amplified. In an, ontology of immanence, it is the form of the relation, between the actual and the virtual that forms the heart of, an analysis. Post–structuralist geography. Even when these connecti, a distance – as when these discourses are linked by cell, phones, the Internet, or the press – their, materialities can always be traced: to the phone’, of transmission towers, to the servers that enable Internet, transmissions, and to the materials employed in the, ference, stands in stark contrast to transcen, of globalization that our own cultured, categorized, thought tends to turn toward in its search for order and, sameness. which communication takes place Saussure called parole. For Deleuze, difference does not mean different, in resemblance; rather, it refers to a radical alterity, around us and within us, producing something new, Because such changes are wrought without reference, distinctions that haunt transcendental thought (mind, and so on) are erased or ﬂattened. Just as chess, and courtship (both systems of signs) are built around, certain rules of the game (the moves of the knight, the, lingering glance), so all languages are founded upon. Even when urban geography began eschewing formal models and theory, turning towards some kind of Marxist approach during the 1970s, the focus on things economic remained, but couched now in a different vocabulary such as rent gap, urban gatekeepers, and uneven development. I have just been reading the first chapter of J. Murdoch's Post-structuralist Geography. Buy Post-structuralist Geography 1st ebooks from Kortext.com by Murdoch, Jon from SAGE Publications published on 11/22/2005. Post-structuralism has been criticized for being idealist and apolitical and for lacking evaluative standards, charges that most post-structuralists reject or reinterpret. In this spirit, academic criticism should be understood not only as opposition but also as meditation. not only as a rejection of sameness and the status quo, thought – the epistemological and the ontological – pivot. Allocation of the geography of transport infrastructure in a separate branch is substantially caused also by its communications with others, in particular, geographical disciplines: physical geography, social and political geography, transport economics etc. Supported by scientific modes of representation, wildlife-management agencies commonly adopt policies that subordinate nonhuman species and resubstantiate human - nonhuman hierarchies. world and its mere re-presentation in communication, whether conceived in terms of language, sensory per-, source of continuing conceptual confusion between post-. This article adds a new perspective by exploring how the everyday lived experience of this kind of space constitutes a dense political field. What Is The Difference Between Post-Structuralism and Structuralism? The platform allows researchers to cross-search and seamlessly access a wide breadth of must-have SAGE book and reference content from one source. prominent among these is that of scale. Hence, the. See our resources page for information, support and best practices. Such a recasting of ontology, whereby human beings, are located alongside a host of nonhuman entities within, a broad and complex network, or assemblage, does raise, the question of whether or not ANT has taken a step, back, philosophically speaking, by returning to the, Platonian notion of similitude. Key ﬁgures include Foucault, Žižek, and Derrida, who is the most celebrated proponent of post-structuralist thought. Culture had finally left the farm and hit the streets. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Formation of the geography of transport infrastructure as the separate scientific direction is connected, first, with the development of the market economy. SAGE Knowledge brings together high-quality content from across our imprints, including CQ Press and Corwin titles. © 2014 Canadian Association of Geographers / L' Association canadienne des géographes. And, we would suggest, it is this attentiveness, to context that not only augurs a particular role for, continuing development of post-structuralist thought and, In the following discussion of post-structuralist geog-, ﬁrst epistemic issues and subsequently taking on more, cussion of representation as a key concept for geog-. Meanwhile, a productive, political moment is seized, upon in the ever unfolding and complex differentiation, of social and natural assemblages. This astonishing book presents a distinctive approach to the politics of everyday life. Affect is to be found in visceral intensities and resonances that circulate around and shape encounters between and amongst tourists, local tourism representatives and places. popularity well into the 1960s in a variety of disciplines. structures are dynamic and spatially differentiated ﬁelds, form nor do they have the ability to act; they, visible in the empirical realm but, inasmuch as they, systematize the relations, and therefore the causal efﬁ-, The most important structuralist thinker for the de-. sign, and play in the discourse of the human sciences’. as presence, essence, existence, cause, origin, substance, subject, truth, God, and ‘man’, were merely epistemo-, logical constructs handed down through generations of, seemingly do not have some form of relation with its, center must be excluded. former are just as local – just as embodied – as the latter. post-structuralism. In sum, for Foucault, social researchers cannot secure, and therefore should not pursue, truth, at least when. Thus, a major, component of post-structuralist research involves in-, quiries into the categories that frame reality according to, Second, binaries presume a totalizing epistemology, so, termed because either/or thought can only posit a world, in which everything either ‘is’ or ‘is not’. Hence, Foucault’s work can, be read as an analysis of how the ontological is consti-, tuted in part by the myriad effects produced by dis-, course. Much of its de-stabilizing force within the discipline has revolved around antagonisms between it and other geographic approaches, especially spatial science, critical realism and Marxism, and humanistic geography. hold the property that makes each individuation unique. Please refer to our updated inspection copy policy for details. Como resultado, apresenta-se proposição metodológica de ensino da fronteira considerando-se as escalas geográficas de análise. velopment Geographies Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (DevGRG), who run a paper prize for early career scholars, awarded with IDPR Journal. point into a much more complex form of interrogation, wherein thought is given to how people and things e, capacities for action, whether it be through focused and, deliberate intent, the movement of certain parts, or even, a passivity in regard to the actions of other entities. ranks of post-structuralists because his anti-essentialist, assemblage-based approach to ontology is concerned, ﬁrst and foremost with the introduction of newness, structuralist thinkers satisfy themselves by leveling, critiques against the systematic and oppressive structur-, ings that pervade social life, Deleuze sought strategies, turned toward difference readies itself for encounters, with random, alternative arrangements and events, emerging through the dynamic, interactive encounters, In this sense, Deleuze’s philosophy should be con-, sidered an active one. illustrating that system’s codependence on other. 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