Introduction. Heritage and Scale
In geography, the notion of scale has been discussed within diverse theoretical frameworks. The concept of geographical scale indicates socio-spatial organization within a bounded geographical area � usually labelled as size (such as province or continent) or level (such as global, national, regional, local, and even household). Besides these �technical� definitions, recent research also includes more nuanced elaborations. The introductory chapter discusses four conceptualizations for...[Show more]
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