Human Mobility, Governance, Environment and Space#

The Human Mobility, Governance, Environment and Space section is concerned with inter-disciplinary and internationally-comparative studies of the cultural, economic, political, social, and spatial characteristics of human societies. It focuses particularly on the interpersonal and spatial relationships between individuals, communities and organisations as members and constitutive parts of these societies. Section members include anthropologists, demographers, geographers, political scientists, sociologists, and spatial economists.


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