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1997

110. Scott Salmon, Articulation and (Under)Development in the South Pacific: Reassessing Radical Development Theory.  

109. Scott Salmon, Economic Transition and the Restructuring of Housing Provisions in the United States.  

108. Daniel A. Griffith & Francesco Lagona, Specification Errors in Spatial Models: Impacts on Modeling and Estimation.  

1994

106. Joanne P. Sharp (ed.), Wondering through the Tropics: Western Travel and the Geographing of Others  

107. Judy Walton, (En)countering Modernity in the City: A Look at Three Novels  

1993

102. Jonathan I. Leib & Shantha Hennayake (eds.) Graduate Student Discussion Papers  

103. Daniel A. Griffith & Akio Sone, Some Trade-Offs Associated with Computational Simplifications for Estimating Spatial Statistical/Econometric Models: Preliminary Results  

104. Ferenc Csillag & John Agnew, How Many Italies? A Strategy for Spatial Analysis of Regionalizations of Italian Election Results, 1953-1987  

105. H. Michael Feng, The Location and Organization of the Southern California Aluminum Foundry Industry  

1991

101. Akio Sone & Daniel A. Griffith, An Evaluation Study of a Location- Allocation Modeling Software Package for the PC  

1989

99. Edda Samudio A. & David J. Robinson, Jesuit Estates of the College of Merida, Venezuela: 1629-1767  

100. James S. Duncan (ed.) On Narrative and the New Regional Geography  

1988

94. Catherine E. Doenges, The Sahel as a Place: The Evolution of an Image  

95. Brian Long, Place, Perception, and Nationalism in the Falkland/Malvinas Islands  

96. Jonathan Smith, A Bibliography of Geographic Thought Before 1800  

97. Ezzeddine Moudoud, Decentralization and the Dilemmas of the "Jacobin" State: A Tunisian Case Study  

98. Rosa M. Benavides, Peruvian Development: An Appraisal of the Ideology and Developmental Proposals of José Carlos Mariátegui  

1987

90. Raimondo Strassoldo, The Sociology of Space: A Typological Approach  

91. Maureen Hays, The Informal Sector in Third World Cities: A Geographical Analysis of Streetvending in Peru  

92. Brian Long, Investigating Friends-and-Neighbors Voting Effects in Southeastern Missouri  

93. Bruce Bigelow, Ethnic Separation in a Pedestrian City: A Social Geography of Syracuse, New York in 1860  

1986

88. Graham Mellors, Sunbelt/Snowbelt: Occupational Aspects of a Current Controversy 89. Ezzeddine Moudoud, The Rise and Fall of the Growth Pole Approach  

1985

85. Joseph Manfredi, U. S.-Soviet Resource Competition in Central and Southern Africa  

86. Jane Heckley, Hazardous-Waste Facility Siting in New York State  

87. Marie Daly Price, Rajneeshpuram and the American Utopian Tradition  

1984

84. Alton C. Byers III, Resource Management in the Arid Himalaya: Problems and Prospective Solutions  

1983

79. Paul Claval, Models of Man in Geography  

80. Raphael K. Badal, Oil and Regional Sentiment in Southern Sudan  

81. Jim MacLaughlin, Ulster Unionist Hegemony and Regional Industrial Policy in Northern Ireland, 1945-1972  

82. Carolyn G. McGovern Bowen, Mortality and Crisis Mortality in Eighteenth Century Mexico: The Case of Pátzcuaro, Michoacán  

83. John Rees & Howard Stafford, Theories of Regional Growth and Industrial Location: Their Relevance for High-Technology Industry in the United States  

1982

73. Saraswati Raju, A Place for Everyone: Social Order and Residential Pattern in Urban India  

74. Seck Choo Chi, Industrial Estates and Regional Economic Development: The Malaysian Experience  

75. Gary Talarchek, A Geographical Perspective on Urban Enterprise Zones  

76. Robert McCaa & Michael M. Swann, Social Theory and the Loglinear Approach: The Question of Race and Class in Colonial Spanish America  

77. William Wyckoff, Land Promoters as Regional Planners: Development Theory on the Western New York Frontier, 1793-1800  

78. John Agnew, The Geography of Scottish Nationalism  

1981

67. Kenneth Lederman, Modern Frontier Expansion in Brazil and Adjacent Amazonian Lands: A Review  

68. Saraswati Raju, Sita in the City: A Socio-geographical Analysis of Female Employment in Urban India  

69. Milton C. Sernett, Geographic Considerations in Afro-American Religious History: Past Performance, Present Problems and Future Hopes  

70. Peter J. Hugill, The Elite, the Automobile, and the Good Roads Movement in New York: The Development and Transformation of a Technological Complex, 1904-1913  

71. Douglas Muschett, The Employment Elasticity Coefficient as a Measure of Labor Intensity and Its Geographic Variation  

72. Girma Kebbede, Property-Tax Exemptions and the Fiscal Crisis of the Central City  

1980

62. Gary M. Talarchek, Residential Choice: Alternative Forms of Explanation  

63. Jacob R. Miller, Extreme Urban Primacy in Thailand: Regional Anomaly or Regional Norm  

64. Charles de Burlo, Tourism in Developing Countries: Complementary Approaches in Geography and Anthropology  

65. Robert Carle, The Sanctity of Cattle and the Cattle Ecology India  

66. Craig Colten, Where the South Ends: A Critique of Regionalizing in Cultural Geography  

1979

54. William L. Wyckoff, On the Louisiana School of Historical Geography and the Case of the Upland South  

55. Cate Gulliver, Land Alienation and Sedentarization in Kenya Maasailand  

56. Michael G. Nickerson, Mortgage Redlining and Financial Disinvestment in Hamilton and Fairfield, Ohio  

57. Robert C. Spillman, Hispanic Population Patterns in Southern Texas, 1850- 1970  

58. David Sven Reher & David J. Robinson, The Population of Early Modern Spain: A Review of Sources and Research Questions  

59. Alton C. Byers, The Changing Ecology of Wood Supply in Nepal's Arid Zone: The Example of Muktinath  

60. Gary Hausladen, Soviet Historical Geography in the 1970s: A Preliminary Assessment  

61. David J. Robinson (ed.), A Preliminary Guide to Primary Documentary Sources for the Historical Geography of Pre-1900 Syracuse  

1978

40. Mark S. Monmonier, Computer-Aided Map Design: Two Subroutines to Improve Cartographic Communication through Data Selection  

41. Peter Arsenault & Ralph Sanders, Housing Growth in the Syracuse Metropolitan Area: 1970-1975  

42. John A. Agnew, The Rise of Political Regionalism in the British Isles: Is Ethnic Mobilization an Adequate Explanation?  

43. Michael M. Swann, Economic Development and Changes in the Urban Hierarchy of Mexico, 1880-1960  

44. Patricia Lambert, Ho for Kansas! The Origins and Spread of "Kansas Fever," 1870-1880

45. Mohammed Hasan, Social Networks in Spatial Perspective  

46. Michael M. Swann, Ethnic Population Change and Patterns of Spatial Readjustment among Local Businesses: The Italian Area of Syracuse, New York, 1960- 1970  

47. Theodore A. Thompson, The Spatial Allocation of Transit Service: Incremental vs. Normative Criteria  

48. Ralph A. Sanders, American Urban Decline: Updating Evolutionary Trends  

49. Patricia Lambert, Comparisons of Social Well-Being Components and Perceived Quality of Life Indicators in Rural Kansas  

50. James F. Aiello, A Shot in the Dark: Towards a Research Methodology for Analyzing Perceptions of the Visually-Impaired Traveler  

51. David A. Drach, Tapping the Energy Wealth of Siberia: A Case Study of the Kansk Achinsk Coal Basin  

52. Jacob R. Miller, Linguistic Regionalism and National Language Policy in the Philippines: Past and Prospect  

53. Carolyn McGovern, Comparing Population Pyramids: Two Techniques and a Test on Alta California Data from 1790 and the 1830s  

1977

25. Richard Symanski & Nancy Burley, Geography and Natural Selection Revisited  

26. David J. Robinson (ed.) Comments on Geography and Natural Selection Revisited by Symanski and Burley [Rodrigue; Agnew; Lewontin; Ghiselin; de Laubenfels, Mazur, Vita-Finzi; Young]

27. John A. Agnew, In-migration Field Dynamics: An Approach to Measurement  

28. Robert W. Stevens, Scale and the Partitioning of Variance: A Methodology and Empirical Example in the Evaluation of Ecological Analysis  

29. Philip Hoffman, School District Reorganization in Upstate New York: Case Studies from Homer and Truxton  

30. Cathy Kelly, Marriage Migration in Massachusetts, 1765-1790  

31. Bettina G. Hansel, Interaction in an American Kinship Network  

32. Leon Yacher, Marriage Migration and Racial Mixing in Colonial Tlazazalca (Michoacan, Mexico), 1750-1800  

33. Robert D. Abbey & Raymond Hubbard, Neighborhood Diffusion Processes in the Decision to Become a Foster Parent  

34. Lawrence A. Herzog, Mexican Americans in the Metropolitan Southwest: A Descriptive Ecological Commentary  

35. Linda L. Greenow, Spatial Dimensions of Household and Family Structure in Eighteenth Century Spanish America  

36. Judith T. Kenny, Property Tax Assessment and Urban Sprawl  

37. Michael M. Swann, Real Property and Social Status in Late-Colonial Durango: A Geographical Perspective  

38. Jonathan S. Mesinger, Peddler and Merchants: The Geography of Work in a Nineteenth Century Jewish Community  

39. Gary M. Talarchek, Phenomenology as a New Paradigm in Human Geography  

1976

23. David G. Browning & David J. Robinson, The Origins and Comparability of Peruvian Population Data: 1776-1815  

24. Kevin R. Cox & John A. Agnew, The Spatial Correspondence of Territorial Partitions  

1975

1. Klaus D. Gurgel, Mormons in Canada and Religious Travel Patterns to the Mormon Culture Hearth  

2. Nigel J. R. Allan, Man, Machine, and Snow: A Study of Recreationists' Landscape Perceptions  

3. Ari J. Lamme, Christian Science in the USA, 1900-1910: A Distributional Study  

4. David J. Robinson, The Analysis of the Eighteenth Century Spanish American City. Some Problems and Alternative Solutions  

5. Justin C. Friberg, Field Techniques and the Training of the American Geographer  

6. Michael M. Swann, Mass Magazine Circulation Patterns in the United States: Regional Variations in Urban and Rural Tastes  

7. Douglas E. Heath, The Trophic Conditions of the Tully Lakes, Central New York: A Case of Morphometric Regulation  

8. Ralph A. Sanders, Contextual Analysis and the Use of Neighborhood Characteristics File of the 1970 Public Use Sample  

9. Cecil Herrell, The Image of Onondaga Lake: A Content Analysis of Environmental Information  

10. David E. Sopher & James S. Duncan, Brahman and Untouchable: The Transactional Ranking of American Geography Departments  

11. Gordon E. Matzke, Line Census Techniques: An Application in Biogeography  

12. David B. Harper & William E. Tyson, Toward a Planning and Management Program for the St. Lawrence Eastern Ontario Shoreline  

13. Douglas L. Robertson, Individuals, Interaction, and Images: Neighborhood Cognition in Syracuse, New York  

14. Justin C. Friberg, Fieldwork Techniques: A Revised Research Bibliography for the Fieldwork and Reference Guide for Classroom Studies  

15. Michael O. Roark, Nineteenth Century Population Distributions of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory, Oklahoma  

16. Doris O'Keefe, Marriage and Migration in Colonial New England: A Study in Historical Population Geography  

17. Mohammed Hasan, The Social Organization of Residence in Urban India  

18. Linda L. Greenow, Family, Household and Home: A Micro- Geographical Analysis of Cartagena (New Granada) in 1777  

19. Bruce Bigelow, Changing Spatial Endogamy of Polish Americans: A Case Study in Syracuse, New York, 1940-1970  

20. Robert P. Donnell, Location Response to Catastrophe: The Shoe and Leather Industry Salem, Massachusetts, after the Conflagration of June 25, 1914  

21. Girma Kebbede, The Towns of Shewa: A Functional Classification of Central Places in Ethiopia  

22. David S. Kamerling, Onondaga Community College: A Case Study in Public Facility Location from Upstate New York  

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