Post Tagged with: "Geography"

Reprogramming the World: Legal Terrains

Reprogramming the World: Legal Terrains

The legal landscape of Cyberspace is a multidimensional geography that can rewrite the jurisdictional patterns established as accepted in international governance.

Cyberspace and the Problem of New Spaces

Cyberspace and the Problem of New Spaces

We live in a world of fake news, data breaches, election hacking and cyberwarfare – a world in which 280 characters can change everything. Our analog past has been replaced with digital realities.

Network Geography: Cyber Landscapes

Network Geography: Cyber Landscapes

One application of ‘internet of things’ is enabling home automation via the Internet, effectively networking an individual’s physical personal space. Transaction points literally proliferate through the space of the home.

Geography, Resources and the Geopolitics of Middle East Conflicts

Geography, Resources and the Geopolitics of Middle East Conflicts

Many have claimed the failure of states as a result of the uprisings and how they have led to destruction, yet overlook the role of states in creating these militias.

Interview – Danny Dorling

Interview – Danny Dorling

Prof. Danny Dorling talks about economic inequality and its impacts, more equal economic models, Britain’s economic divides and the role of geography in global challenges.

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Interview – Matthew Kearns

Matthew Kearns discusses his PhD research on the relationship between military masculinities and recruitment practices in the British Armed Forces and visualizing war.

A Post/Decolonial Geography beyond ‘the Language of the Mouth’

A Post/Decolonial Geography beyond ‘the Language of the Mouth’

Nurturing a political and ethical consciousness attuned to people and relationships is an approach useful for navigating the entangled histories of colonialism.

The Fragile City Arrives

The Fragile City Arrives

We are increasingly seeing many large metropolises and urban centers fall behind. These ‘fragile cities’ pose serious security and development challenges that will need to be met in this ‘urban century’.

Where in the World

Where in the World

In refreshing the POL 210 course at CEFAM, a series of geography quizzes were added to the pedagogical menu. In the quizes, it became obvious that some students knew very little about where some states were in relation to others.

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