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The Routledge Research Companion to Border Studies.

Author/Creator:
Wastl-Walter, Doris.
Edition:
1st ed.
Publication:
London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2011.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (692 pages)
Subjects:
Boundaries.
Borderlands.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Cover
Half Title
Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of Contents
List of Figures and Maps
List of Tables
Notes on Contributors
Introduction
PART I: THEORIZING BORDERS: CONCEPTUAL ASPECTS OF BORDER STUDIES
1 A Border Theory: An Unattainable Dream or a Realistic Aim for Border Scholars?
2 Contemporary Research Agendas in Border Studies: An Overview
3 The Mask of the Border
4 Borders and Memory
5 Border Regions as Neighbourhoods
6 The Border as Method: Towards an Analysis of Political Subjectivities in Transmigrant Spaces
PART II: GEOPOLITICS: STATE, NATION AND POWER RELATIONS
7 Borders, Border Studies and EU Enlargement
8 The 'Green Line' of Cyprus: A Contested Boundary in Flux
9 Post-Soviet Boundaries: Territoriality, Identity, Security, Circulation
10 Polar Regions - Comparing Arctic and Antarctic Border Debates
11 Spaces, Territorialities and Ethnography on the Thai-, Sino- and Indo-Myanmar Boundaries
PART III: BORDER ENFORCEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY
12 The Emerging Politics of Border Management: Policy and Research Considerations
13 Building Borders the Hard Way: Enforcing North American Security Post 9/11
14 Blurring Boundaries/Sharpening Borders: Analysing the US's Use of Military Aviation Technologies to Secure International Borders, 2001-2008
15 A Retrospective Look at the Nature of National Borders in Latin America
16 The Inter-Korean Border Region - 'Meta-border' of the Cold War and Metamorphic Frontier of the Peninsula
PART IV: BORDERS AND TERRITORIAL IDENTITIES: THE MECHANISMS OF EXCLUSION AND INCLUSION
17 National Minorities in European Border Regions
18 The Borderland Existence of the Mongolian Kazakhs: Boundaries and the Construction of Territorial Belonging
19 Borders and Territorial Identity: Persian Identity Makes Iran an Empire of the Mind.
PART V: THE ROLE OF BORDERS IN A SEEMINGLY BORDERLESS WORLD
20 Waiting for Work: Labour Migration and the Political Economy of Borders
21 A Cross-boundary Mega City-region in China under 'Two Systems': Multi-level Governance in the Greater Pearl River Delta
22 Global City Frontiers: Singapore's Hinterland and the Contested Geographies of Bintan, Indonesia
23 Cross-border Cooperation and Regional Responses to NAFTA and Globalization
PART VI: CROSSING BORDERS
24 Everyday Practices of Bordering and the Threatened Bodies of Undocumented North Korean Border-Crossers
25 Women and Migration in Asia - Eroding Borders, New Fixities
26 Western Sahara - Territoriality, Border Conceptions and Border Realities
PART VII: CREATING NEIGHBOURHOODS
27 Different Neighbours: Interaction and Cooperation at Finland's Western and Eastern Borders
28 Borders and Neighbourhoods in the Carpatho-Pannonian Area
29 Transcending the National Space: The Institutionalization of Cross-Border Territory in the Lower Danube Euroregion
PART VIII: NATURE AND ENVIRONMENT
30 Natural Resources and Transnational Governance
31 One Decade of Transfrontier Conservation Areas in Southern Africa
32 The Delimitation of Maritime Boundaries: An Incomplete Mosaic
Names Index
Places Index.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Wastl-Walter, Doris The Routledge Research Companion to Border Studies
ISBN:
9781317043980
9780754674061
OCLC:
1018163499
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