SAGE Publications, 1996 M06 13 - 384 páginas
This essential guide to social theory and space is written by one of the leading writers in the field. Nigel Thrift explores the interconnections among people, places and things and demonstrates why they must be examined in relation to each other rather than in isolation - as is too often the case.
Spatial Formations presents a formidable analysis of how space is socially constructed, unmade and reconstructed. Thrift provides the reader with a direct understanding of how social theory can be used to make sense of spatial forms and practices, and how spatial relations are made durable over space and time. These themes are developed through case studies, ranging from medieval time consciousness to the modern usage of m
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... Electricity Department lived in houses which were either heated or lit by electricity . By the mid - 1920s this figure had risen to one in seven and by the mid - 1930s to one in two . These figures were probably good , compared with the ...
... electricity as a routine source of power was actually quite slow : domestic use of electricity made no rapid advance in England , partly because only about two per cent of homes were connected to the mains in 1910 and partly because the ...
... electricity and gave an enormous boost to British industry . But it was not until the period between 1945 and 1950 , and nationalisation of the electricity industry , that ' electricity established itself in a growing number of urban ...
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