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Anssi Paasi
University of Oulu
Citations
3862
H-index
26
Publications 80
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2016 in Progress in Human Geography [IF: 5.78]
David Newman17
Estimated H-index: 17
(Ben-Gurion University of the Negev),
Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
State boundaries have constituted a major topic in the tradition of political geography. Boundary analysis has focused on the international scale, since international boundaries provide perhaps the most explicit manifestation of the large-scale connection between politics and geography. The past decade has witnessed a renewed interest in boundaries, both within geography and from the wider field o...
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Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu),
W. R. Mead1
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,
Peter J. Taylor2
Estimated H-index: 2
TERRITORIES AND BOUNDARIES IN REGIONAL TRANSFORMATION. Regional Transformation and the Other. Territories, Boundaries and the Discourse on Political Geography. Time, Space and Consciousness: Constructing Nationalism and Communicating Boundaries. Methodological Contexts. THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF THE FINNISH TERRITORY. Nationalism, Geopolitics and Changing Territories: The Case of Finland. The Ch...
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2016 in Progress in Human Geography [IF: 5.78]
Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
Identity, a term that was not yet included in Williams’ important Keywords: a vocabulary of culture and society (1976), has become a major watchword since the 1980s. Traditional territorialized battles over democracy, political status/citizenship and wealth have been complicated by the struggle over ’race’, ethnicity, multiculturalism, gender, sexuality, recognition and a new symbolic economy char...
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2016 in Environment and Planning A [IF: 1.39]
Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
The author examines the fundamental categories of geographical thought: region, locality, and place, the keywords in geographical discourse during the 1980s. The relation of these categories to the sociocultural context and the everyday practices of individuals is discussed, and a reinterpretation of the concept of region as a sociocultural and historical category is put forward. The region is com...
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Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
During the 1990s competing images emerged of what constitutes European identity, who belongs to it, and what are its internal and external boundaries. This has forced reflection on the links between state territoriality, and territorialities occurring on and between other spatial scales. This paper analyses images of Europe, narratives on European identity, and how these images have implied differ...
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Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
The aim of the present study is to examine the differences between the classical categories of geographical thought, region and place, and their rela­tion to the societal context and the day‑to‑day practices of individuals. After analysing the traditional definitions of the concepts, an interpretation of the concept of region as a human and social category is put forward. The region is comprehende...
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2016 in Progress in Human Geography [IF: 5.78]
Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
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2016 in Environment and Planning A [IF: 1.39]
Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
Geographers have been arguing recently that the idea of what is 'international' in this field has been occupied by the hegemonic discourses of Anglo-American geography and journals. This paper takes this lively debate as an indicator of the global challenges facing higher education and research and provides an analysis of the changing conditions of knowledge production, characterised by internatio...
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Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
Regional identity has become an important category in the 'Europe of regions', and one that is often taken as self-evident in the relations between a group of people and a bounded region. The movement of people, capital and information across spatial boundaries that takes place in the contemporary world challenges the supposed harmonious link between regions and people on all spatial scales. This ...
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2016 in Progress in Human Geography [IF: 5.78]
Anssi Paasi26
Estimated H-index: 26
(University of Oulu)
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