Geography Compass

Papers
(The TQCC of Geography Compass is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
The geopolitics of energy system transformation: A review82
Towards more inclusive smart cities: Reconciling the divergent realities of data and discourse at the margins41
Spatial implications of digitization: State of the field and research agenda40
Geographies of care work: The commodification of care, digital care futures and alternative caring visions29
The financialization of everyday life: Caring for debts27
Whither corporate financialization? A literature review26
New cities: Power, profit, and prestige23
Using ethnography and assemblage theory in political geography20
Disciplining migration aspirations through migration‐information campaigns: A systematic review of the literature19
‘What is industrial culture anyway?’ Theoretical framing of the concept in economic geography19
Geographies of peri‐urbanization in the global south16
Multifunctional agriculture: Policies and implementation in China16
Logistical geographies16
Geographies of purpose built student accommodation: Exclusivity, precarity and (im)mobility16
Potential rebound effects of teleworking on residential and daily mobility15
Toward healthier futures in post‐pandemic times: Political ecology, racial capitalism, and black feminist approaches to care15
The aesthetic turn in border studies: Visual geographies of power, contestation and subversion14
Distancing animal death: Geographies of killing and making killable13
Machine learning in geography–Past, present, and future13
Sand geographies: Disentangling the material foundations of the built environment13
Social Reproduction Theory: State of the field and new directions in geography12
“No queers out there”? Metronormativity and the queer suburban12
Assemblages and complex adaptive systems: A conceptual crossroads for integrative research?12
Peace geographies and the spatial turn in peace and conflict studies: Integrating parallel conversations through spatial practices11
Political ecology of milk: Contested futures of a lively food11
Exploring trans people's lives in Britain, trans studies, geography and beyond: A review of research progress11
Bridging the geospatial gap: Data about space and indigenous knowledge of place10
The anti‐geopolitical cinematic eye: Documentary film and critical geopolitics10
The mainstreaming of “vulgar territory” and popular visions of hyper‐bordered and feminized territory10
Police and policing in geography: From methods, to theory, to praxis10
Mind the gap: Advancing evolutionary approaches to regional development with progressive empirical strategies10
The virtues of insularity: Pondering a new chapter in the historical geography of islands10
Reconsidering movement and exposure: Towards a more dynamic health geography9
Emerging research methods in environmental displacement and forced migration research9
Wellbeing and blue‐green space in post‐pandemic cities: Drivers, debates and departures8
Approaches to energy transitions: Carbon pricing, managed decline, and/or green new deal?8
Geopolitical encounters and entanglements along the belt and road initiative8
Complex spatial networks: Theory and geospatial applications8
Remaking the obsolete: Critical geographies of contemporary adaptive reuse7
The death of the author in place names: A Barthesian intervention into critical toponymy7
(Re)visiting the neighbourhood7
Geographies of cultural industries across the global urban system7
Bricks in the wall: A review of the issues that affect children of in‐country seasonal migrant workers in the brick kilns of Nepal6
Spatialities of entrepreneurial ecosystems6
Autonomous vehicles, human agency and the potential of urban life6
Energy geographies in/of the Anthropocene: Where now?6
Geographies of the public library: Institutions, architectures, interactions6
21st‐century transnational real estate development: What, where, who, how and why?6
The missing subject: Enabling a postcolonial future for climate conflict research6
On geopolitics and education: Interventions, possibilities, and future directions5
Why geographic data science is not a science5
Connecting country and city: The multiple geographies of real property ownership in the US5
Good, homely, troublesome or improving? Historical geographies of drinking places, c. 1850–19505
Youth citizenship: Expanding conceptions of the young citizen5
Re‐thinking urban infrastructures as spaces of learning5
Creating fairer futures for sustainability transitions5
Embodied virtual geographies: Linkages between bodies, spaces, and digital environments5
Gentrification as (settler) colonialism? Moving beyond metaphorical linkages5
Geographies of climate change opinion5
Gangs, gang members, and geography5
Geography and virtual reality4
The digitalisation of consumption and its geographies4
Geographies of running cultures and practices4
Transformative perspectives on labour geographies – The role of labour agency in processes of socioecological transformations4
Where is justice in geography? A review of justice theorizing in the discipline4
Critical geographies of transport and mobility: Studying power relations through practice, academia, and activism4
Policy diffusion, policy transfer, and policy mobilities revisited: A call for more interdisciplinary approaches in human geography4
Advancing children’s geographies through ‘grey areas’ of age and childhood4
Revisiting economic geography and foreign direct investment in less developed regions4
Geopolitics as an ethnographic object and agenda4
Unravelling material/digital shopping space: An assemblage approach4
Community gardens as feminist spaces: A more‐than‐gendered approach to their transformative potential4
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