A world in crisis? Geographical perspectives.

R. J. Johnston, P. J. Taylor

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The theme of global crisis, and its spatial manifestations, dominate the book. A wide-ranging editorial introduction is followed by separate chapters on geographical aspects of the economic crisis, world energy problems, food and hunger, natural resources in developing countries, the population crisis, the destruction of regional cultures, the place of the individual within captialism, nationalism and regionalism, Third World conflicts and super-power confrontations, and the Wallersteinian world-systems project. A recurring theme is the interdependence of the world-system. Each chapter is separately abstracted. -R.House

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA world in crisis? Geographical perspectives.
PublisherBasil Blackwell, Oxford
ISBN (Print)0631134662, 0631135243
Publication statusPublished - 1986


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