Richard pawson thesis

Robin’s excellence as a socio-cultural geography researcher is exemplified in his remarkable publication record and in the high esteem in which he is held by the global geography community. Over the past 27 years, Robin has published more than 130 journal articles, two books, 39 book chapters, 14 papers in edited conference proceedings, and 30 significant other publications. Among other leading journals, Robin has published in Social and Cultural Geography, Antipode, Geoforum, Environment and Planning A, Journal of Rural Studies, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Area, and Progress in Human Geography. He acted as referee and has written more than 30 book reviews for these and more than 20 other intenational journals, and has served on the editorial board of Geography Compass, The Canadian Geographer, Progress in Human Geography, and the Space, Place and Society series. Specifically, his contribution to the New Zealand Geographer is substantial. He served as Research Editor for the New Zealand Geographer from 2002 – 2009 and has written eight editorial pieces and 19 papers for the journal. In addition, Robin is a regular presenter at international conferences (more than 50 presentations over his career to date), and has made 19 invited or keynote presentations to symposia and conferences across the world.

Richard pawson thesis

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