The Geographical Review

The Geographical Review is a scholarly publication devoted to geography. The Geographical Review publishes authoritative articles on all aspects of geography. In addition, The Geographical Review includes reviews of recent books, monographs, and atlases in geography and related fields.

Articles from Vol. 84, No. 1, January

Communist Legacies in the Albanian Landscape
THE elements of the socialist landscape are disappearing fast, and documenting them is important to discern the legacies of communism. Unlike other East European countries, Albania chose a nationalistic or self-reliant approach to modernization and shut...
Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives on Physical Geography with Emphasis on Geomorphology
PHYSICAL geographers traditionally have avoided introspective philosophical analysis of their scholarly activities. This situation contrasts sharply with the fierce philosophical debate among human geographers during the past fifteen years (Smith 1979;...
Ecopolitics and Environmental Nongovernmental Organizations in Latin America
ENVIRONMENTAL nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) proliferated throughout Latin America during the 1980s. In 1979 some four dozen nationally based organizations addressed environmental concerns. By 1993 more than five hundred regional or national groups...
Environmental Movements in India
DURING the past twenty years people in various regions of India have formed nonviolent action movements to protect their environment, their livelihood, and their ways of life. These environmental movements have emerged from the Himalayan regions of Uttar...
Greenbelts in London and Jerusalem
WHEN Ebenezer Howard put forth the idea of the garden city in 1898, he was looking, in part, for an antidote to the ills of urban life. His solution, idyllic in concept, called for a town set against a background of the country. Various sources contributed...
Neighborhood Quality
THE purpose of the research reported in this article is to examine the multiple-hazard-degradation hypothesis in an area with tightly packed technological and behavioral hazards and with a population with varied income and racial-ethnic characteristics....
Vietnamese Market Gardens in New Orleans
SINCE 1975 approximately 600,000 Vietnamese refugees have emigrated to the United States. The great majority have settled in predominantly urban centers such as the New Orleans metropolitan area, where some 12,000 Vietnamese currently reside. The largest...
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