Aktuelle Publikationen der Arbeitsgruppe

  • Porst, L. and Sakdapolrak, P. (2017): How scale matters in translocality: Uses and potentials of scale in translocal research. In: Erdkunde, 71 (2), 111-126.
  • Rockenbauch, T. and Sakdapolrak, P. (2017): Social networks and the resilience of rural communities in the Global South: a critical review and conceptual reflections. In: Ecology and Society, 22 (1):10, https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09009-220110
  • Borderon, M. (2016): Entre distance géographique et distance sociale: le risque de paludisme-infection en milieu urbain africain: L'exemple de l'agglomération de Dakar, Sénégal. Géographie. Aix Marseille Université, Français. <tel-01278668>
  • Perez, S., Laperrière, V., Borderon, M., Padilla, C., Maignant, G. et al. (2016): Evolution of research in health geographics through the International Journal of Health Geographics (2002–2015). In: International Journal of Health Geographics, BioMed Central, 15 (3), <10.1186/s12942-016-0032-1><hal-01260193>
  • Kienberger, S., Borderon, M., Bollin, C. and Britta Jell (2016): Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment in Mauritania: Reflections on Data Quality, Spatial Scales, Aggregation and Visualizations. In: GI_Forum Journal, 1, 167-175.<10.1553/giscience2016_01_s167><hal-01348677>
  • Etzold, B. and Sakdapolrak, P. (2016): Socio-spatialities of vulnerability: towards a polymorphic perspective in vulnerability research. In: Die Erde, 147 (4), 53-70.
  • Sakdapolrak, P. and Etzold, B. (2016): Editorial to the special section “Geographies of Vulnerability and Resilience – Critical Explorations”. In: Die Erde, 147 (4), 230-233.
  • Sterly, H., Ober, K., and Sakdapolrak, P. (2016): Migration for Human Security? The Contribution of Translocality to Social Resilience. In: The Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs, 3 (1), 57-66.
  • Sakdapolrak, P., Naruchaikusol, S., Ober, K., Peth, S., Porst, L., Rockenbauch, T., and Tolo, V. (2016): Migration in a changing climate. Towards a translocal social resilience approach. In: Die Erde, 147 (2), 81-94.
  • Afifi, T., Milan, A., Etzold, B., Schraven, B., Rademacher-Schulz, C., Sakdapolrak, P., Reif, A., van der Geest, K., and Warner, K. (2016): Human mobility in response to rainfall variability: opportunities for migration as a successful adaptation strategy in eight case studies. In: Migration and Development, 5 (2), 1-21.
  • Gänsbauer, A., Bechtold, U., and Wilfing, H. (2016): SoFISHticated policy – social perspectives on fish conflict in the Northeast Atlantic. In: Marine Policy 66, 93-103.
  • Mattissek, A. und Sakdapolrak, P. (2016): Gesellschaft und Umwelt. In: Freytag, T. et al. (Hrsg.): Humangeographie kompakt. Heidelberg: Springer, 13-37.
  • Stange, G. (2016): Post-Sezessionismus! Politische Transformation und Identitätspolitik in Aceh, Indonesien, nach dem Friedensabkommen 2005. Berlin: regiospectra, 350 S. (im Druck).