By Tim Cresswell, Peter Merriman
Over the last fifteen years or so, there was a frequent and extending fascination with the subject of mobility around the social sciences and arts. in fact, geographers have constantly had an curiosity in mobility, yet as but they've got now not seen this within the comparable 'mobility flip' as in different disciplines the place it's been used to critique the traditional techniques to the themes. this article brings jointly prime teachers to supply a revitalised 'geography of mobilities' educated through this wider 'mobility turn'. It makes connections among the likely disparate sub-disciplinary worlds of migration, shipping and tourism, suggesting that every has a lot to profit from one another in the course of the ontological and epistemological crisis for mobility.
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