Locating Value

Theory, Application and Critique
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 21. November 2019
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  • 256 Seiten
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This book considers the concept of 'value' at the root of our actions and decision-making. Value is an ever-present, yet little interrogated aspect of everyday life. This book explores value as it is theorised, practiced and critiqued from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.

It examines how value is operationalized, endorsed and contested in contemporary society. With international insights from leading scholars, chapters offer a diverse and vibrant geographical engagement with value to showcase its conceptual flexibility. The book explores value's eclectic epistemic foundations; it's 'roll-out' and legitimation across a range of policy fields; and its challenges and opportunities. The book draws on global examples of value in practice: from forest conservation in Indonesia; protected area management in arctic Norway; a state park in the US; certification schemes for biodiversity in the UK; protection of the international night sky; heritage planning in East Taiwan; a re-developed airport site in Norway; a, local food networks in Canada and the UK; a market in the US and urban development in China.

The book will be of interest to human geographers, political ecologists, heritage scholars and practitioners, planners and those working in public policy, as well as practitioners and policy makers interested in how valuation processes work.

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  • Florence
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  • USA
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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11 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 7 schwarz-weiße Fotos, 4 schwarz-weiße Zeichnungen, 5 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
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978-1-317-52870-8 (9781317528708)
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Sam Saville is currently an ESRC postdoctoral research fellow in Human geography at Aberystwyth University and is extending her doctoral work on value and environmental politics in Svalbard. Her research and publications span interests in polar geography, political ecology, climate change and rural globalization.

Gareth Hoskins is senior lecturer in Geography at Aberystwyth University where he teaches on a variety of topics including urban geography, the politics of memory, heritage, and material culture. His publications involve case studies in the United States, United Kingdom and South Africa.

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Notes on Contributors

    • Locating Value: An Introduction

    Samantha Saville and Gareth Hoskins

    Part I: Knowing Value

    • Spectral geometries: value sub specie spatii and sensuous supersensibility

    David B. Clarke and Marcus A. Doel

    • Locating heritage value

    Kalliopi Fouseki, Joel Taylor, Margarita Díaz-Andreu, Sjoerd van der Linde and Ana Pereira-Roders

    • Making values visible and real, but not necessarily monetised

    Wendy Miller

    • "There's no such thing as a unit of biodiversity": contesting value and biodiversity offsetting in England

    Guy Crawford

    • Commensuration as value making: transforming nature in English biodiversity offsetting under the DEFRA metric

    Louise Carver

    Part II: Spacing Value

    • Regimes of value in a Chicago market

    Tim Cresswell

    • Urban planning practice and the transformation of value in China: Evidence from the city of Yangzhou

    Xu Huanga, Martin Dijsta, Jan van Weesepa

    • Locating value in the Anthropocene: baselines and the contested nature of invasive plants

    Marte Qvenild and Gunhild Setten

    • "And what do you do with five-hundred million stars?" Assessment of darkness and the starry sky, values and integration in regional planning

    Samuel Challéat and Thomas Poméon

    • Value and diminishment: Listing State Park closures, the 2011 attempt to meet General Fund reductions in California

    Gareth Hoskins

    Part III: Practicing Value

    • Unsettled value: re-identifying tobacco agriculture as heritage in eastern Taiwan

    Han-Hsui Chen

    • Locating value(s) in political ecologies of knowledge: The East Svalbard management plan

    Samantha Saville

    • Locating value in food value chains

    Susan Machum

    • Private finance evaluation amongst REDD+ projects in Indonesia

    Rowan Dixon


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