Nnexation, Land Use Change, and Landscape Impact: Case Studies in Frederick and Caroline Counties of Marylant, 1990-2010

This lit review should have 3 component:
1) theory of landscape viewed as a procoess rather than an end product (Carl Sauer was the grandfather of this) this should be all human geography and landscape change related sources. Journals such as Progress in Human Geography, Progessional Geographer, Journal of American Planning association, Urban Affairs reviews are good sources.
2) 1st world political ecology literature that views how environmental knowledge is constructed and used to create land use policies annexation does not have environmental components.
3) Structuration by Anthony Giddens that views agency and struture.

One thing that must have is how they each completment each other providing current currency in Americas local land use planning. In the context of Maryland that is nationally known for its Smart Growthpolicies since 1997, annexation plays an important role in changing landscape, encourage sprawl.

I have a list of sources that I want them used in this literature review.

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