In the field of Human geography, her study on Economic geography overlaps with subjects such as Environmental ethics and Public administration. In her work, Lynn A. Staeheli performs multidisciplinary research in Economic geography and Human geography. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Environmental ethics and Ecology through her research. Lynn A. Staeheli undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Ecology and Competition (biology) in her work. Lynn A. Staeheli performs integrative Public administration and Politics research in her work. She connects Politics with Dissent in her research. Her study on Library science is interrelated to topics such as Citation and Subject (documents). Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Library science and Citation. Her Relevance (law) research extends to the thematically linked field of Law.
Lynn A. Staeheli is researching Politics as part of the investigation of Citizenship, Democracy and Civil society. She performs multidisciplinary studies into Law and Public relations in her work. In her papers, Lynn A. Staeheli integrates diverse fields, such as Public relations and Law. Lynn A. Staeheli integrates many fields in her works, including Political economy and Social science. She integrates many fields, such as Social science and Political economy, in her works. Lynn A. Staeheli performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Public administration and Politics via her papers.
Epistemology is intertwined with Everyday life and Subjectivity in her research. In most of her Everyday life studies, her work intersects topics such as Epistemology. Her study in Cape extends to Law with its themes. Her Politics study frequently links to other fields, such as Geopolitics. She performs multidisciplinary study in Citizenship and Active citizenship in her work. Much of her study explores Face (sociological concept) relationship to Linguistics. Much of her study explores Linguistics relationship to Face (sociological concept). Lynn A. Staeheli carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Social science and Public administration. In her works, Lynn A. Staeheli undertakes multidisciplinary study on Public administration and Social science.
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The People's Property?: Power, Politics, and the Public.
Lynn Staeheli;Donald Mitchell.
Home and Migration: Mobilities, Belongings and Identities
David Ralph;Lynn A. Staeheli.
Geography Compass (2011)
Dreaming the ordinary Daily life and the complex geographies of citizenship
Lynn A. Staeheli;Patricia Ehrkamp;Helga Leitner;Caroline R. Nagel.
Progress in Human Geography (2012)
Mapping Women, Making Politics : Feminist Perspectives on Political Geography
Lynn A. Staeheli;Eleonore Kofman;Linda Peake.
Conflicting rights to the city in New York's community gardens
Lynn A. Staeheli;Don Mitchell;Kristina Gibson.
A Discussion of “Women in the Field”: The Politics of Feminist Fieldwork
Lynn A. Staeheli;Victoria A. Lawson.
The Professional Geographer (1994)
Introduction: intimacy‐geopolitics and violence
Rachel Pain;Lynn Staeheli.
Citizenship and the problem of community
Lynn A. Staeheli.
Political Geography (2008)
Political geography: Where’s citizenship?:
Lynn A. Staeheli.
Progress in Human Geography (2011)
USA's Destiny? Regulating Space and Creating Community in American Shopping Malls
Lynn A. Staeheli;Don Mitchell.
Urban Studies (2006)
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