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Title Geography and ethics : journeys in a moral terrain / edited by James D. Proctor and David M. Smith.
Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 1999.

Subject Geography.
Geography -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Alt Name Proctor, James D., 1957-
Smith, David M. (David Marshall), 1936-
Description 1 online resource (xv, 303 pages) : illustrations, maps
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Overlapping terrains / James D. Proctor -- pt. 1. Ethics and space: Meaning and geography / Paul Roebuck -- Geography, justice and the limits of rights / Nicholas Low and Brendan Gleeson -- Geography, fairness, and liberal democracy / R.J. Johnston -- Exploring the ethics of development / Seamus Grimes -- Virtual geographies: the ethics of the Internet / Jeremy Crampton -- pt. 2. Ethics and place: "Hereness" and the normality of place / Michael R. Curry -- Geography and evil: a sketch / Yi-Fu Tuan -- The ethic cleansing of a "safe area": the fall of Srebrenica and the ethics of un-governmentality / Gearóid Ó Tuathail -- Social justice, self-interest and Salman Rushdie: re-assessing identity politics in multicultural Britain / Caroline Rose Nagel -- pt. 3. Ethics and nature: A moral earth: facts and values in global environmental change / James D. Proctor -- Natural and unnatural wars / Sheila Hones -- Altered states: nature and place in the Russian Far East / Jeremy Tasch -- The problem of pigs / Alice Dawson -- pt. 4. Ethics and knowledge: Community, justice, and the ethics of research: negotiating reciprocal research relations / Thomas Herman and Doreen J. Mattingly -- Morals and ethics in geographical studies of disability / Rob Kitchin -- Reciprocal appropriation: toward an ethics of cross-cultural research / Robert Rundstrom and Douglas Deur -- Ethical issues in practical contexts / Nuala Gormley and Liz Bondi -- The end of the Enlightenment?: moral philosophy and geographical practice / Tim Unwin -- Conclusion: Towards a context-sensitive ethics / David M. Smith.
Summary Drawing together specially commissioned contributors from distinguished geographers from around the world the book examines the place of geography in ethics and of ethics in geography.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780203026489
9780415189682 (hardbound)
0415189683 (hardbound)
9780415189699 (pbk.)
0415189691 (pbk.)
0415189683 (hardbound)
0415189691 (pbk.)
OCLC # 560052472
Additional Format Print version: Geography and ethics. London ; New York : Routledge, 1999 (DLC) 98047914

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