ABSTRACT. On LeSage and Charles’s reading, the location of newer homes plays a major role in defining the urban–rural fringe. Kaboudan and Sarkar maintain that input data of prices or average prices and attributes are a combination of cross-sectional and time series observations. Dumedah et al. write that generalizing relationships for different sizes of areal configurations is difficult, and derived relationships are valid only for specific areal units. Nicholls examines how geography affects the different types of networks underlying social movements.


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