The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 71, Issue 1 (February 2019) 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 Environmental Perception, Sense of Place, and Residence Time in the Okavango Delta, Botswana by Amelia C. Eisenhart, Kelley A. Crews Meyer, Brian King, and Kenneth R. Young for free for the next 3 months.
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Table of Contents
Aging in Activity Spaces: How Does Individual Accessibility Compare Across Age Cohorts? by Brittany S. Wood and Mark W. Horner
Vibrant Centers as Locations for High-Growth Firms: An Analysis of Thirty U.S. Metropolitan Areas by Emil Malizia and Yasuyuki Motoyama
Political Ecologies of Dynamic Wetlands: Hydrosocial Waterscapes in the Okavango Delta by Brian King, Jamie E. Shinn, Kayla Yurco, Kenneth R. Young, and Kelley A. Crews Meyer
Religious Diversity and Religious Participation in U.S. Jewish Communities by Ira M. Sheskin and Harriet J. Hartman
Weighting the Effects of Spatial Cognition and Activity Anchors on Time–Space Activity by A. Yair Grinberger
The Geography of Education and the Education of Geography: Agricultural Extension and the Political Ecology of Education by David Meek
Research Associates and the Production of Knowledge in the Field by Kaitlin Fertaly and Jennifer L. Fluri
Are Workers Attracted to Social Interaction Opportunities? A Study of Face-to-Face Contact Opportunities by Occupation and Industry by Nate Wessel, Steven Farber, and Michael Widener
Rethinking Spatial Data Quality: Pokémon Go as a Case Study of Location Spoofing by Bo Zhao and Shaozeng Zhang
Free Access: Environmental Perception, Sense of Place, and Residence Time in the Okavango Delta, Botswana by Amelia C. Eisenhart, Kelley A. Crews Meyer, Brian King, and Kenneth R. Young
Land Cover Changes on Ambergris Caye, Belize: A Case Study of Unregulated Tourism Development by Brenna M. Sweetman, Jordan R. Cissell, Sandra Rhine, and Michael K. Steinberg
What Counts as Foreign Aid: Dilemmas and Ways Forward in Measuring China’s Overseas Development Flows by Caitlyn Sears
Focus Section: The Need for Public Intellectuals in the Trump Era: Strategies for Communication, Engagement, and Advocacy
Open Access: The Need for Public Intellectuals in the Trump Era and Beyond: Strategies for Communication, Engagement, and Advocacy by Derek H. Alderman and Joshua F. J. Inwood
Trump’s America or the People’s America? A View from the Periphery by William G. Moseley
Intellectuals in the Public: Uniting a Divided Baltimore by Joseph S. Wood
Everyday Encounters with Activist Scholarship by Rebecca Maria Torres
Will It Play in Peoria? by Sriram Khé
The Public Is Intellectual by Willie Jamaal Wright
Public Intellectualism as Assemblage by Hilda E. Kurtz