DOI:10.2307/622968
Corpus ID: 147325685
Effects of History
D. Matless
Published 1995
Sociology

Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
In The geographical tradition, Livingstone (1992, 29), arguing against a reductionist approach to the history of ideas whereby the meaning of a text is exhausted by its socio-political context, calls… Expand
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