The Geographies and Moralities. International Perspectives on Development, Justice and Place. RGS–IBG Book Series Report has been published. It provides updated in 2018 year analysis of industries from Geography, Science Books, Markets.
This topical book addresses contemporary concern with the interconnections between geography and morality. It recognizes that there are moral geographies , involving differences in moral values and practices from place to place. It also recognizes that there are moralities in geography, in the sense of research methods and practices which may be subject to normative evaluation and codes of professional ethics.
After a foreword by Revaz Gachechiladze and an introductory chapter by the editors explaining the academic context and approach adopted, contributors from a number of different countries provide international perspectives on the issues, supported by case studies from their own original research. These case studies deal with a wide range of controversial topics, including global inequalities, uneven development in Europe, struggles over human rights in Nigeria, territorial conflict in Israel and land reform in post–apartheid South Africa.