The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 70, Issue 2 (May 2018) of The Professional Geographer is now available.
The focus of The Professional Geographer is on short articles in academic or applied geography, emphasizing empirical studies and methodologies. These features may range in content and approach from rigorously analytic to broadly philosophical or prescriptive. The journal provides a forum for new ideas and alternative viewpoints.
Each issue, the Editor chooses one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Happy to Be Home: Place-Based Attachments, Family Ties, and Mobility among Rural Stayers, by Cheryl E. Morse and Jill Mudgett for free for the next 3 months.
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Table of Contents for Volume 70, Issue 2
University Campuses and Housing Markets: Evidence from Nanjing by Ruijun Zhong, Wanxia Zhao, Yonghua Zou, and Robert J. Mason
Deriving Mobility Archetypes from Household Travel Survey Data by Laure Charleux
Measuring Individuals’ Spatial Access to Healthy Foods by Incorporating Mobility, Time, and Mode: Activity Space Measures by Jingjing Li and Changjoo Kim
Citation Impacts of AAG Presidential Addresses by Stanley D. Brunn
Chinese Trade in Latin America Compared to the European Union and the United States: The Case of Technology-Intensive Exports by Thomas P. Narins
Open Access Making Space for Failure in Geographic Research by Elly Harrowell, Thom Davies, and Tom Disney
Scaling Agricultural Innovations: Pigeonpea in Malawi by Brad G. Peter, Joseph P. Messina, April N. Frake, and Sieglinde S. Snapp
Inverted Two-Step Floating Catchment Area Method for Measuring Facility Crowdedness by Fahui Wang
Editor’s Choice Happy to Be Home: Place-Based Attachments, Family Ties, and Mobility among Rural Stayers by Cheryl E. Morse and Jill Mudgett
FOCUS: OUT IN THE WORLD: GEOGRAPHY’S COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP WITH CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
Open Access Introduction to Focus Section: Out in the World: Geography’s Complex Relationship with Civic Engagement by Holly R. Barcus and Dan Trudeau
Making Space for Community-Engaged Scholarship in Geography by Jonnell A. Robinson and Timothy L. Hawthorne
Measuring Community and University Impacts of Critical Civic Geography: Insights from Chicago by Daniel R. Block, Euan Hague, Winifred Curran, and Howard Rosing
Developing the Next Generation of Community-Based Scholars by Timothy L. Hawthorne and Olga S. Jarrett
Field Experience through Community Engagement: A Model and Case Study by William J. Gribb
Developing and Sequencing Community Engagement and Experiential Education: A Case Study of Urban Geography Teaching and Research by Jeff Rose
Mapping Communities: Geographic and Interdisciplinary Community-Based Learning and Research by Jin-Kyu Jung
“These Maps Talk for Us:” Participatory Action Mapping as Civic Engagement Practice by Amber J. Boll-Bosse and Katherine B. Hankins
Understanding the 24-Hour City: Engagement, Positionality, and the Coproduction of Knowledge by Michael Glass
Coda: Making Geography Relevant by Dan Trudeau, Laura Smith, and Holly R. Barcus