Centres and centralities

« Centre » and « centrality » are polysemous terms, and their studies would interest numerous sciences and scientific disciplines: geography, history, political sciences, sociology and biology, amongst others. In spite of the importance of these terms, it is still difficult to find a comprehensive definition for them: one of the hypotheses about centres assumes that “all knowledge of the centre is off centre”.

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Jack Keilo ( Jacques Keilo ) (2013, June 24). Centres and centralities. Centrici. Retrieved April 14, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/mje5

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