Boundaries

Some articles on boundaries:

Richmond Park (UK Parliament Constituency) - Boundaries
... Richmond Park constituency stretches from Barnes in the north to Kingston upon Thames in the south, and includes the whole of East Sheen, Mortlake, Kew, Richmond, Petersham and Ham ... The boundaries also include the Royal Park that gives it its name ...
Symbols and Social Mobility - Influences That Cross Multiple Boundaries
... The benefits of having symbols that define social boundaries work to keep people from falling down as much as they can prevent others from moving up ... models are often seen by children as bridging the more detrimental class boundaries ... are also cross-cultural differences in how symbolic boundaries are linked to social boundaries ...
Symbols and Social Mobility - Social Science and Understanding Segmentation
... Boundaries could be sexual, racial, or linguistic, or they could look at other definitions of boundaries ... Geographical boundaries are an example that is strongly reinforced but not as apparent without extra symbols ... teams are an excellent example of symbols that define geographic boundaries ...
Ross, Skye And Lochaber (UK Parliament Constituency) - Boundaries - Local Government Area
... Ward boundaries were redrawn again in 2007, and the management areas were abolished in favour of three new corporate management areas ... The new areas consist of groups of the new wards, and boundaries are similar to those of the Westminster constituencies, as created in 2005 ...
Rockingham Forest - History
... The boundaries were marked by the river Nene on the eastern side, and on the western side what is now the A508 road from Market Harborough to Northampton ... The forest boundaries were set in 1299, although the boundaries returned to a smaller area as a result of King Charles I's actions ...

Famous quotes containing the word boundaries:

    Whereas the Greeks gave to will the boundaries of reason, we have come to put the will’s impulse in the very center of reason, which has, as a result, become deadly.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    We love to overlook the boundaries which we do not wish to pass.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    It is the story-teller’s task to elicit sympathy and a measure of understanding for those who lie outside the boundaries of State approval.
    Graham Greene (1904–1991)