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Spatial Divisions of Labour: Social Structures and the Geography of Production: Social Relations and the Geography of Production Paperback – 28 Jun 1995


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"If by "classic" is meant a widely cited standard work, then such is Doreen Massey's "Spatial Divisions of Labor. Her book unquestionably ranks as one of the most significant to have appeared within the geographical literature over the past decade or so."
-"Progress in Human Geography
"The book is a considerable achievement in a whole variety of ways. Its scope is enormous, the theoretical framework innovatory, and the method exemplary. New concepts are introduced, theory and empirical analysis are carefully interwoven, and there is a valuable combination of breadth and depth in the analysis. Last but not least the book is of considerable relevance to a range of current political debates and the approach should provoke a good deal more empirical research."
-"Environment and Planning A
"With this provocative and stimulating book Marxist economic geography has come of age."
-"Geography
." . . a powerful and convincing statement of a particular point of view which will, I am sure, be seen as something of a milestone in times to come. . . . an impressive achievement . .."
-"International Journal of Urban and Regional Research
"Massey's radical theoretical discussion is stimulating and valuable, and her review of the evidence is persuasive, and useful in helping us understand some of the links between the regional mosaic of industry and local social and political diversity. . . . the book is a significant and worthwhile endeavor."
-"Reviewing Sociology
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Doreen Massey is Professor of Geography at the Open University. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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