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noncapital Cetinje described by Schön and the country’s shift ing lines of communication are both symptomatic of the motile structure of a social geography in which strategic locations and property play negligible roles. It becomes a principle of human geography per se—the Other of a modern, highly structured machinery of war. Viewed in this way, nomadism is deessentialized, no longer bound to particular peoples or cultures, but may be observed in any society. Austrian travelers and military did not use the term nomad, though they clearly—if with mixed feelings

noncapital Cetinje described by Schön and the country’s shift ing lines of communication are both symptomatic of the motile structure of a social geography in which strategic locations and property play negligible roles. It becomes a principle of human geography per se—the Other of a modern, highly structured machinery of war. Viewed in this way, nomadism is deessentialized, no longer bound to particular peoples or cultures, but may be observed in any society. Austrian travelers and military did not use the term nomad, though they clearly—if with mixed feelings

des Jahres 1981 erstellten social geography der italienischen Hauptstadt auf. Die soziale Position von Portuense, jenem quartiere, zu dem die Magliana zählt, scheint aber recht gut die Position der Magliana selbst widerzuspiegeln: D3 – eine Position in der unteren Hälfte des Spektrums der 38 quartieri und ‚suburbi‘. Es fällt auf, dass kein anderer römischer Stadtteil auf der westlichen Tiberseite mit derart ‚schwacher‘ Sozialstruktur so nahe am Zentrum der Stadt liegt wie Portuense. Im Osten der Stadt hin- gegen finden sich mit Vierteln wie Tuscolano