Aims and Scope
The journal intended to enhance and to accelerate communication amongst scientists working in social geography, including Human Geography, Sociology, Anthropology, Architecture, Ecology, Cultural Studies, History, Politics, Philosophy, or Linguistics.
Social Geography (SG) provided a forum for contributions that combine a strong theoretical orientation with praxis-related matters of concern. It focused on the interrelation of society, practice and space and its implications for every day-life, social and environmental policy or economic practice. Furthermore, the journal supported contributions that account for theoretical interfaces of the related scientific fields, including their respective philosophy of science.
Social Geography stopped its business end of 2012 (libraries will stay online).
SG - Volumes and Issues