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From mode of production to spatial formation

Patricia Ann Wilson

From mode of production to spatial formation

the regional consequences of dependent industrialization in Peru

by Patricia Ann Wilson

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Published by Graduate Field of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University in Ithaca, N. Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries -- Peru,
  • Production (Economic theory),
  • Regional planning -- Peru,
  • Marxian economics,
  • Peru -- Economic conditions,
  • Peru -- Economic policy

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe Regional consequences of dependent industrialization in Peru
    Statementby Patricia Ann Wilson
    SeriesCornell dissertations in planning, Cornell dissertations in planning
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 335 p. :
    Number of Pages335
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22787659M

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Materialism, Social Formation and Socio-Spatial Relations: an Essay in Marxist Geography. An article from journal Cahiers de géographie du Québec (Vol Numpp. ), on by: “In the beginning was the Topos. Before – long before – the advent of the Logos, in the chiaroscuro realm of primitive life, lived experience already possessed its internal rationality; this experience was producing long before thought space, and spatial thought, began reproducing the projection, explosion, image and orientation of the body.” (p.

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Thrift provides the reader with a direct understanding of how social theory can be used to make sense of spatial forms and practices, and how spatial. The mode of production is a central concept in Marxism and is defined as the way a society is organized to produce goods and services.

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