باهم بودگی وجغرافیا

نوع مقاله: مقاله پژوهشی

نویسندگان

1 استاد دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی واحد تهران جنوب

2 شهرسازی

چکیده


دراین مقدمه برای بخش ویژه اختصاص یافته به " با هم بودگی وجغرافیا" ، درمورد مسیرها وکاربردهای مختلفی که از طریق آنها " با هم بودگی" برای کاردرتحقیقات جغرافیای معاصر استفاده می شود، تأمل می کنیم. هدف از این جمع بندی، تعیین قانونی خاص برای با هم بودگی نیست ، یا اولویت بندی سنتی از تفکر در موردبا هم بودگی نسبت به دیگران، بلکه تأمل درمورد روش‌های چندگانه مد نظر است که درآنها با هم بودگی درمواجهه قرارمی گیرد و به عنوان توصیف کننده اخلاق و مفاهیم مورد استفاده قرار می گیرد. ما مجموعه ای ازنگرانی ها وتفاوت ها را درنحوه استفاده از این اصطلاح درتفاسیر به طورکلی ترمشخص می کنیم. اینها حول تفاوت درتفکردر مورد با هم بودگی باعث می شوند که اندیشه ای مرتبط با زمینه ی جهت گیری مشترک درترکیب تشکل های اجتماعی و مکانی شکل بگیرد.
واژگان کلیدی: با هم بودگی ، روابط ، ناهمگونی ، تفاوت

کلیدواژه‌ها


عنوان مقاله [English]

Assemblage and geography

نویسندگان [English]

  • Ali asghar Malek Afzali 1
  • taghi ghasemsharifi 2
1 Professor of Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch
2 دانشجوی
چکیده [English]

Ben Anderson and Colin McFarlane
Department of Geography, Durham University, Durham DH1 3LE
Email: ben.anderson@durham.ac.uk
Revised manuscript received 17 February 2011

In this introduction to the special section on ‘Assemblage and geography’, we reflect on the different
routes and uses through which ‘assemblage’ is being put to work in contemporary geographical
scholarship. The purpose of the collection is not to legislate a particular definition of assemblage, or to
prioritise one tradition of assemblage thinking over others, but to reflect on the multiple ways in which
assemblage is being encountered and used as a descriptor, an ethos and a concept. We identify a set of
tensions and differences in how the term is used in the commentaries and more generally. These revolve
around the difference assemblage thinking makes to relational thought in the context of a shared
orientation to the composition of social-spatial formations.
Key words: assemblage, relations, heterogeneity, differen.
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کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Key words: assemblage
  • Relations
  • heterogeneity
  • differen
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