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Geschichte und Gegenwart lokaler Governance. Akteure - Strategien - Strukturen
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Christina R. Ergler The Power of Place in Play Social and Cultural Geography | Volume 17 Christina R. Ergler is a lecturer in Social Geography at The University of Otago, New Zealand. Her research interests are at the intersection of geography, socio- logy and public health and centre on interdisciplinary approaches to health and wellbeing, socio-spatial health inequalities, experiential dimension of health and wellbeing, and participatory research methods. Christina R. Ergler The Power of Place in Play A Bourdieusian Analysis of Auckland Children’s Seasonal

parameters as place of origin, education, oc- cupation, household income etc. for »Public Istanbul« three maps about employment and schooling profiles from the Analyses on the Istanbul Metropolitan Area (Istanbul Metropoliten Alan Analiz Çalı–maları) are selected to indicate urban transformation processes in specific areas in Istanbul at the beginning of 21st century. References Güvenç, M./Isik, O. (2002): »A Metropolis at the Crossroads: The Changing Social Geography of Istanbul under the Impact of Global- ization», In: Marcuse, P./van Kempen, R. (eds.): Of States and Cit


Degrowth A kind of pragmatic utopian thinking, re-politicising humanistic debates Interview mit Dr. Helen Jarvis, Reader in Social Geography an der Newcastle University, UK Helen forscht unter anderem zur Vereinbarkeit von Familie und Berufsleben, zur Bedeutung öf fentlicher Räume sowie zur »sozialen Architektur« neuer kollekti- ver Wohnformen. Ferner beschäf tigt sie sich mit der Rolle zivilgesellschaf tlicher Akteure in der nachhaltigen Stadtentwicklung. f/ profile/helenjarvis.html#background Interview durchgeführt von

Penny Bernstock. Through collab- orations (newspaper articles, public talks, a poem-walk) I saw the breadth of imaginative ways to articulate critique, which has left a lasting impres- sion on the way I understand, appreciate (and practice) communication. 10 The Game of Urban Regeneration I worked as postdoc at the Humboldt University’s cultural and social geography department during the revision from dissertation to book manuscript. Ilse Helbrecht, chair of the department, influenced me with her mantra that research must go beyond ‘the edge’ of what we know