Browsing Cultural and Historical Geography by Author "Jones, Rhys"


Browsing Cultural and Historical Geography by Author "Jones, Rhys"

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  • Jones, Rhys; Merriman, Peter (2009-03)
    The paper focuses on Billig's (Billig, M. (1995). Banal nationalism. London: Sage) notion of banal nationalism. While Billig's work is to be commended for demonstrating the way in which nationalism is an endemic political ...
  • Jones, Rhys (Blackwell, 2007-05)
    People/States/Territories examines the role of state personnel in shaping, and being shaped by, state organizations and territories, and demonstrates how agents have actively contributed to the reproduction and transformation ...
  • Fowler, C.; Jones, Rhys (2007)
    In this paper we discuss the geographical contexts within which nations are reproduced. Although geographers have carried out much interesting and insightful work in their studies of nationalism, we contend that the majority ...
  • Merriman, Peter; Jones, Rhys (2009-04-01)
    In this paper we provide a critical evaluation of the campaign for bilingual road traffic signs in late 1960s and 1970s Wales, examining how Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (the Welsh Language Society) came to see English ...
  • Phillips, Richard; Jones, Rhys (2005-03)
    A critical genealogy of the emerging subfield of postcolonial geography illustrates how human geography has become historically shortsighted. Postcolonial geography interrogates the significance of imperialism and colonialism ...
  • Jones, Rhys (2004)
    This paper seeks to contribute to the debate concerning the current and future state of human geography by focusing on its changing treatment of the past. I argue that, while contemporary human geography has experienced a ...

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