Territory and territoriality in a globalizing world


  • Ron Johnston




Territory, Globalization


The author is a Professor in the School of Geographical Sciences at the University of Bristol. His main research interests are in electoral, political and urban social geography and in the history of human geography. His interests in territoriality have focused on the balkanization of local government in the USA (as in his 1984 book Residential Segregation, the State and Constitutional Conflict in American Urban Areas) and electoral redistricting (see his 1999 book The Boundary Commissions: Redrawing the UK's Map of Parliamentary Constituencies), as well as general essays on the relative lack of concern with bounded spaces within human geography. Professor Johnston has published widely on the history of geography, notably in his book Geography and Geographers (sixth edition, 2004). 



How to Cite

Johnston, R. (2003). Territory and territoriality in a globalizing world. Ekistics and The New Habitat, 70(418/419), pp. 64-70. https://doi.org/10.5281/ekistics.v70i418/419.314