L’Espace géographique 2/18

EG 2/18

With summaries

Tourism: A geographic perspective

The logics of tourism expansion throughout the world: A geohistorical approach (3 fig.; 2 photos)

Constructing the backpackers’ district of Pham Ngu Lao (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam). Dynamics of power and inequality in the globalization of tourism (5 fig.: 2 photos)

Tourism as an agent of socio-spatial interculturation? Seaside touristic practices in Bali and Java (Indonesia) (1 fig.; 4 photos)

Thinking and measuring social interaction distances on the recreation space of the beach (10 fig.; 1 photo)

Book reviews

In this issue of l’Espace géographique, you will find critical reviews of the following books

COCHET H., ANSSEUW W., FRÉGUIN-GRESH S. (2015). South Africa’s Agrarian Question. Prétoria: HSRC Press, 358 p. (David Blanchon, université Paris Nanterre) ISBN: 978-0-7969-2512-1

GAY J.-C. (2016). L’Homme et les Limites. Paris: Economica-Anthropos, 242 p. (Philippe Pelletier, université Lyon 2, UMR 5600 Environnement, ville, société) ISBN: 978-2-7178-6866-1

MIRUMACHI N. (2015). Transboundary Water Politics in the Developing World. Abingdon, New-York: Routledge, coll. «Earthscan», 190 p. (David Blanchon, université Paris Nanterre) ISBN: 978-0-415-81295-5

OLDENZIEL R., EMANUEL M., DE LA BRUHÈZE A.A., VERAART F. (dir.)(2016). Cycling Cities: The European Experience. Hundred Years of Policy and Practices. Eindhoven, Munich: Fondation for the History of Technology, LMU Rachel Carson Centre for Environment and Society, 256 p. (Sébastien Marrec, université Rennes 2) ISBN: 978-90-73192-46-1

COLLECTIF (2018). Un géographe de plein vent. Albert Demangeon (1872-1940). Paris: Bibliothèque Mazarine, Éditions des Cendres, 158 p. (Guy Baudelle, université Rennes 2) ISBN: 978-2-86742-273-7

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