Debate still rages over some of the questions doreen massey provoked in the classic first edition of spatial divisions of labor such as the nature of theory the importance of contingency and uniqueness and the relationship of marxism this second edition addresses these controversies and also reflects on other debates which have taken place over the last decade. The work spatial divisions of labour social structures and geography of production was published in 1984 by a british geographer doreen masseythe author aimed to connect the geography of industry and labor market with wider determining social structures and show an alternate way of understanding the unbalanced regional development herod 1997. Spatial divisions of labour social structures and the geography of production michael dunford institute of geographical sciences and natural resources research chinese academy of sciences beijing social space and spatial divisions of labour pp 336 339. Spatial divisions of labor social structures and the geography of production by doreen massey london macmillan 1984 in 1974 george borts dedared that the regional problem had been conduded he suggested that regional differentiation was a thing of the past and that the theoretical apparatus explaining spatial economie con. The first edition of spatial divisions of labour rapidly became a classic it had enormous influence on thinking about uneven development the nature of economic space and the conceptualisation of place arguing for an approach embedding all these issues in a notion of spatialised social relations
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