About the Book
Political geography has extended the scope of traditional political science approaches by acknowledging that the exercise of power is not restricted to states and bureaucracies, but is part of everyday life. This has resulted in the concerns of political geography increasingly overlapping with those of other sub-disciplines human geography such as economic geography and, particularly, with those of social and cultural geography in relation to the study of the politics of place. Recently, too, there has been increasing interest in the geography of green politics, including the geopolitics of environmental protest.
This encyclopaedia has been designed keeping the view of contemporary geopolitical transformation in new world order. It seeks to provide brief and concise information about 190 terms and terminology used in study and research in contemporary political geography. Updating the prospects of the students of political geography, this encyclopaedia takes the development of the past century into the present century.
About the Author
M.A. Chaudhary, a noted freelance writer and editor, received his education at Bihar University, Muzaffarpur. He worked for ten years as journalist and editor in several newspapers and journals published from Patna. He also taught Economics for two years in R.S.P. College Patna. Presently, he is doing freelance editing and writing. The academics professionalism brings out a style synthesis in all his works. Therefore his approach in dealing with complex matters is very simple but powerful. He is always praised for this unique style of editing.
Gautam Chaudhary is a young and dynamic research scholar of Patna University who assisted Mr. M.A. Chaudhary in compiling and editing this encyclopaedia. Gautam Chaudhary is a regular contributor of thought provoking articles to different newspapers.