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2012 | 1(27) | 7-12
Article title

THE MODERN STATE OF GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES ON THE PROBLEMS OF PERIPHERALITY IN UKRAINE (Wspolczesny stan badan geograficznych nad problemem peryferyjnosci na Ukrainie)

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PL
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The modern state of geographical studies on problems of peripherality in Ukraine has been analyzed. Three main factors which influence the intensity of carrying out such studies were determined: the influence of Soviet and Russian geographical science; the connection between studies of peripherality and the scientific range of economic-depression problems; and the specific features of the modern development of Ukrainian human-geography. The general features of a study of this range of problems in Ukraine at the regional and global level; structural characteristics of center, semi-periphery and periphery; and approaches by Ukrainian scientists have been described in relation to the mechanisms of forming peripherality, along with methods for its study and criteria of selection.
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7-12
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ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Roman Lozyns'kyi, Ivan Franko Lviv National University Universytetska str., 1, Ukraine, 79000, Lviv
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11PLAAAA107216
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bwmeta1.element.fb285b59-f4c1-32bc-9359-13652b53b509
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