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Social Geography:This geography is the branch of human geography which is most closely concerned to social theory in common and sociology in specific, dealing along with the association of social phenomena and its spatial components. Although the term itself has a tradition of more than 100 years, there is no consensus upon its explicit content. During 1968, Anne Buttimer noticed that "along with several notable exceptions, (...) social geography can be indentified a field cultivated and created by a number of individual scholars rather than an academic tradition built up inside specific schools". Because then, despite several call for convergence centered upon the structure and agency debate, its topical, methodological and theoretical diversity has spread even more, leading to numerous descriptions of social geography and, thus, contemporary scholars of the discipline considering a great variety of various social geographies. Conversely, as Benno Werlen remarked, these dissimilar perceptions are nothing else than various type of answers to the similar two (sets of) questions, that refer to the spatial constitution of society conversely, and to the spatial expression of social processes conversely.

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