Spanish Civil War, Politics, Law, Terrorism and Political economy are her primary areas of study. The concepts of her Spanish Civil War study are interwoven with issues in Economic history, Face and Law and economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Homeland security and Framing in addition to Politics.
Her Law study deals with Aesthetics intersecting with Homeland and Commercialization. Her Terrorism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Frontier, Mobilities, Immigration and Accountability. Her Political economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sovereign state, Scholarship, Development economics and State.
Louise Amoore mainly investigates Politics, Law, Spanish Civil War, Political economy and Futures contract. Her work on Sovereignty as part of general Politics study is frequently linked to Swift, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Louise Amoore specializes in Law, namely Homeland security.
Her Spanish Civil War research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Economic history, Homeland and Commercialization. Her studies deal with areas such as International political economy, Globalization, Mobilities and Shopping mall as well as Political economy. Her Futures contract research incorporates themes from Computer security, Multimedia and Financial intelligence.
Her primary scientific interests are in Human geography, Politics, Regional science, Cognition and Cloud computing. Her work carried out in the field of Human geography brings together such families of science as Gender studies, Queer, Period and Media studies. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Epistemology, Posthuman and Scientific practice.
The Cloud computing study combines topics in areas such as Geopolitics, Information retrieval, Architecture and Immigration. Her research in Algorithm intersects with topics in Action, Futures contract, State and Embodied cognition. Louise Amoore has included themes like Social science and Agency in her Sovereignty study.
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Interventions on rethinking 'the border' in border studies
Corey Johnson;Reece Jones;Anssi Paasi;Louise Amoore.
Political Geography (2011)
Smart Borders and Mobilities: Spaces, Zones, Enclosures
Louise Amoore;Stephen Marmura;Mark B. B. Salter.
surveillance and society (2002)
Editorial: Smart Borders and Mobilities: Spaces, Zones, Enclosures
Louise Amoore;Stephen Marmura;Mark B. Salter.
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