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GIS and Society: A Bibliography (by 阿啟)

06/30/2005

阿啟, 香港人,目前是明尼蘇達大學地理系博士班的研究生. 他在地理學這各領域的經驗相當豐富: 在念國際發展碩士的時候, 去過非洲兩次, 卻又寫了個 GIS 的程式當論文; 同時又在一間氣象預測研究所工作過。早兩年在博士班做的研究是美國的歷史地理, 最近又開始搞唐人街研究。阿啟的博士論文主題是地理信息科學 (Geographic Information Science)與社會的關係, 尤其是中國城市發展論述和規劃信息化的關係.

在"關於古地圖的二三事(上)“上線後,阿啟很熱情的寄了一份關於Crititcal Cartography和GIS and Society的書單給我參考; 這份書單替技術性很高的製圖學提供了一個社會與人文科學的探討面向.痞子揚覺得自己暗藏著這份書單實在太自私,因此在經過阿啟的同意下,將這份書單上線與大家分享.希望各位好朋友也能從中找到有用的東西囉!!


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GIS and Society Bibliography
Compiled by Kai Chi Leung, University of Minnesota

Early Discussion
The Optimists
Dobson J, 1983, Automated Geography, Professional Geography 35 2 135-143.
Goodchill M, 1988, Stepping Over The Line: Technological Constraints and the New Cartography, The American Geographer 15 3 311-319.
Abler R, 1987, What Shall We Say? To Whom Shall We Speak?, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77 4 511-524
Alber R, 1993, Everything in its Place: GPS, GIS and Geography in the 1990s, Professional Geographers 45 131-139

And the Skeptics + Critical Cartography
Wood D and Fels J, 1986, Designs on Signs / Myth and Meaning in Maps, Cartographica 22 3 54-103
Wood D, 1992, The Power of Maps, New York Guilford
Harley J, 1989, Deconstructing the Map, Cartographica 26 2 1-20
Harley J, 1990, Cartography, Ethics and Social Theory, Cartograhica 27 2 1-23
Belyea B, 1992, Images of Power: Derrida/Foucault/Harley, Cartographica 29 2 1-9
Edney M, 1993, Cartography without ‘Progress’: Reinterpreting the nature and historical development of map making, Cartographica 30 2/3 54-68
Harley J and Zandvliet K, 1992, Art, Science, and Power in Sixteenth-Century Dutch Cartography, Cartographica 29 2 10-19
Pinder D, 1996, Subverting cartography: the situationists and maps of the city, Environment and Planning A 28 405-427
Yapa L, 1991, Is GIS appropriate technology? International Journal of Geographic Information Systems 5 41-58

Friday Harbor
The Antagonistic Exchange
Taylor P, 1990, GKS, Political Geography Quarterly 9 3 211-212
Taylor P and Overton M, Further thoughts on geography and GIS, Environment and Planning A, 1991, 23 1087-1094
Openshaw S, 1993, GIS ‘crime’ and GIS ‘criminality’, Environment and Planning A 25 451-458
Openshaw S, 1992, Further thoughts on geography and GIS: a reply, Environment and Planning A, 24 463-466
Openshaw S, 1991, A view on the GIS crisis in geography, or, using GIS to put Humpty-Dumpty back together again, Environment and Planning A 23 621-628
Goodchild M, 1991a, Just the facts, Political Geography Quarterly 10 335-337
Goodchild M, 1991b, Geographic information systems, Progress in Human Geography 15 194-200

Automated Geography – Ten Years
Dobson J, 1993, Automated Geography in 1993, Professional Geography 45 4 431-439.
Pickles J, 1993, Discourse on Method and the History of Discipline: Reflections on Dobson’s 1983 Automated Geography, Professional Geography 45 4 451-455
Sheppard E, 1993, Automated Geography: What kind of Geography for What Kind of Society?, Professional Geography 45 4 457-460.

The 1995 Cartography and Geographic Information Systems Special Issue
Sheppard E, 1995, GIS and Society: towards a research agenda, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 22 1 5-16.
Aitken S and Michel S, 1995, Who Contrives the ‘Real’ in GIS? Geographic Information, Planning and Critical Theory, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 22 1 17-29
Curry M, 1995, Rethinking Rights and Responsibilities in Geographic Information Systems: Beyond the Power of the Image, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 22 1 58-69
Miller R, 1995, Beyond Method, beyond ethics: integrating social theory into GIS and GIS into social theory, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 22 1 98-103
Rundstrom R, 1995, GIS, indigenous peoples, and epistemology diversity. Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 22 45-57

Legal GIS / Institutional / Government Issues
Onsurd H and Pinto J, 1991, Diffusion of geographic information innovations, International Journal of Geographic Information Systems 5 447-467
Onsrud H, 1992a, In Support of Cost Recovery for Publicly Held Geographic Information, GIS Law 1.2 1-7
Onsrud H, 1992b, In Support of Open Access for Publicly Held Geographic Information, GIS Law 1.1 3-6
Onsrud H and Pinto J, 1993, Evaluating Correlates of GIS Adoption Success and the Decision Process of GIS Acquisition, Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 5 18-39.
Masser I and Campbell H, editors, 1996, GIS Diffusion: The Adoption and Use of Geographic Information Systems in Local Government in Europe, Taylor and Francis: London
Obermeyer N and Pinto J, 1994, Managing Geographic Information Systems. The Guilford Press: New York.
Siber R, 2000, GIS Implementation in the Grassroots, Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 12 15-29

History of GIS
Foresman T, ed, 1998, The history of geographic information systems: perspectives from the pioneers, Prentice Hall
Foresman T, 1998, GIS Early Years and the Threads of Evolution, The history of geographic information systems: perspectives from the pioneers, 3-17
Chrisman N, 1998, Academic Origins of GIS, The history of geographic information systems: perspectives from the pioneers, 33-43
Mooneyhan D, 1998, Intenational Applications of GIS, The history of geographic information systems: perspectives from the pioneers 349-366

Late 1990s
Yapa L, 1998, Why GIS Needs Postmodern Social Theory, and Vice Versa, in Policy Issues in Modern Cartography (eds) DFR Taylor, London: Elsevier Science
Pickles J, 1999, Cartography, Digital Transitions, and Questions of History, Proceedings, International Cartographic Association Assembly, Ottawa, August
Sheppard E, Couclelis H, Graham S, Harrington J and Onsrud H, 1999, Geographies of the information society, International Journal of Geographic Information Science 13 8 797-823

PPGIS
Cartography and GIS Special Issue 1998
Obermeyer N, 1998, The Evolution of Public Participation GIS, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 25 2 65-66
Harris T and Weiner D, 1998, Empowerment, marginalization and ‘community-integrated’ GIS, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 25 2 67-76
Elwood S and Leitner H, 1998, GIS and Community-based Planning: Exploring the Diversity of Neighborhood Perspectives and Needs, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 25 2 77-88
Craig W and Elwood S, 1998, How and Why Community Groups Use Maps and Geographic Information, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 25 2 95-104
Barndt M, 1998, Public Participation GIS – Barriers to Implementation, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 25 2 105-112
Stonich S, 1998, Information Technologies, Advocacy, and Development: Resistance and Backlash to Industrial Shrimp Farming, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 25 2 123-122

Swamp of PPGIS
Talen E, 1999, Constructing neighborhoods from the bottom up: the case for resident-generated GIS, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 26 4 533 – 554
Peng Z, 2001, Internet GIS for public participation, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 28 889 – 905
Carver S, Evans A, Kingston R, Turton I, 2001, Public participation, GIS, and cyberdemocracy: evaluating on-line spatial decision support systems, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 28 907 – 921
Geertman S, 2002, Participatory planning and GIS: a PSS to bridge the gap, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 29 21 – 35

More PPGIS
Elwood S, 2002, GIS use in community planning: a multidimensional analysis of empowerment, Environment and Planning A 34 905-922
Leitner H, McMaster R, Elwood S, McMaster S and Sheppard E (2002) Models for making GIS available to community organizations: dimensions of difference and appropriateness, in Craig W, T Harris and D Weiner (eds) Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems (New York: Taylor) 37-52
Elwood S, 2002, The impacts of GIS use for neighbourhood revitalization in Minneapolis in Craig W, T Harris and D Weiner (eds) Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems (New York: Taylor) 77-88

Very Recent
Weiner D and Harris T, 1999, Community-Integrated GIS for Land Reform in South Africa, Research Paper 9907, International Conference on Geographic Information and Society, University of Minnesota
Harvey F and Chrisman N, 1998, Boundary objects and the social construction of GIS technology, Environment and Planning A 30 1683-1694
Martin E, 2000, Actor-networks and implementation: examples from conservation GIS in Ecuador, International Journal of Geographic Information Science 14 8 715-738
Sheppard E, 2001, Quantitative geography: representations, practices, and possibilities, Environment and planning D: Society and Space 19 535-554
Perkins C, 2003, Cartography mapping theory, Progress in Human Geography 27 3 341-351

Gender
Kwan M, 2002, Introduction: feminist geography and GIS, Gender, Place and Culture 9 3 261-262
Kwan M, 2002, Is GIS for Women? Reflections on the critical discourse in the 1990s, Gender, Place and Culture 9 3 271-279

O! Canada!
Schuurman N, 2003, The ghost in the machine: spatial data, information and knowledge in GIS, The Canadian Geographers / Le Géographe canadien 47 1 1-4.
Klinkenberg B, 2003, The true cost of spatial data in Canada, The Canadian Geographers / Le Géographe canadien 47 1 37-49.
Sieber R, 2003, Public participation geographic information systems across borders, The Canadian Geographers / Le Géographe canadien 47 1 50-61.

Odd Stuffs
Harvey D, 1990, Between Space and Time: Reflections on the Geographical Imagination, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 80 3 418-434
Bibby P and Shepherd J, 2000, GIS, land use, and representation, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 27 583-598

Important Books
Pickles J, ed, 1995, Ground Truth: The Social Implication of Geographic Information Systems, New York Guilford
Monmonier M, 1996, How to Lie with Maps, University of Chicago Press
Curry M, 1998, Digital Places: Living with Geographic Information Technologies, London: Routledge
Craig W, Harris T, Weiner D (eds), 2002, Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, New York: Taylor and Francis

More Good Stuffs (too lazy to categorize…)
Curry M, 1994, Image, practice and the hidden impacts of geographic information systems. Progress in Human Geography 18 441-459.
Curry M, 1997, The Digital Individual and the Private Realm. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 87 681-699.
Elwood S and Leitner H, 2003, GIS and Spatial Knowledge Production for Neighborhood Revitalization: Negotiating State Priorities and Neighborhood Visions. Journal of the Urban Affairs 25 2 139-157.
Goodchild, 1998, An interview with Michael Goodchild, January 6, 1998, Santa Barbara, California. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 17 3-15. Interviewer: N Schuurman.
Harvey F, 1997, From Geographic Holism to Geographic Information System. Professional Geographer 49 1 77-85
Harvey F, 2001, Constructing GIS: Actor Networks of Collaboration. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 13 1 29-37
Harvey F, 2003, Developing geographic information infrastructures for local government: the role of trust. The Canadian Geographer 47 1 28-36
Harvey F and Brunn S, 2002, Here, I There, and Everywhere: Geoliminality and the Burden of Dasein. Limen 3 1, URL: http://www.human.pefri.hr/cro/limen2.htm. Last accessed: 30Nov2004.
Lake R, 1993, Planning and Applied Geography: Positivism, Ethics, and Geographic Information Systems. Progress in Human Geography 17 404-413.
Liverman D, Moran E, Rindfuss R and Stern P, editors, 1998, People and Pixels: Linking Remote Sensing and Social Sceince (Washington DC: National Academy Press)
McMaster R, Leiner H and Sheppard E, 1997, GIS-based Environmental Equity and Risk Assessment: Methodological Problems and Prospects, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems 24 3 172-189.
Onsrud H, 2003, Geographic Information Legal Issues, URL: http://www.spatial.maine.edu/~onsrud/pubs/GILegalIssues.html. Last Accessed: 10Dec2004.
Pinto J and Azad B, 1994, The Role of Organizational Politics in Implementation. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 6 35-61.
Schuurman N, 2000, Trouble in the heartland: GIS and its critics in the 1990s. Progress in Human Geography 24 569-590.
Schuurman N, 2002a, Reconciling Social Constructivism and Realism in GIS. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 1 1 73-90.
Schuurman N, 2002b, Women and technology in geography: a cyborg manifesto for GIS. The Canadian Geographer 46 3 258-265.
Sieber R, 2000a, GIS implementation in the Grassroots. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 12 1 15-29.
Sieber R, 2000b, Conforming (to) the opposition: the social construction of geographical information systems in social movements. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 14 8 775-793
Smith N, 1992, History and Philosophy of Geography: Real Wars, Theory Wars. Progress in Human Geography 16 257-271.

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