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Terence Gary McGee, usually called Terry McGee (born January 1936 in Cambridge, New Zealand) is an urban geographer and social scientist.
McGees' major academic work has mainly been in the following areas:
- the geography of Southeast Asian cities
- the informal economy in developing countries;
- systems of food distribution in developing countries' cities;
- the emeregence of extended metropolitan regions.
- rural-urban migration
His major publications include:
- (1967) The Southeast Asian city: a social geography of the primate cities of Southeast Asia, London, Bell
- (1971) The Urbanization Process in the Third World, T. G. McGee. G. Bell and Sons, Ltd., London
- (1985) Theatres of Accumulation: Studies in Asian and Latin American Urbanization, together with Warwick Armstrong, London: Methuen
- (2000) Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) Award for Scholarly Distinction in Geography
- (2009) Lauréat Prix International de Géographie Vautrin Lud
- Lea, J. P. (2006): Terence Gary McGee. In: David Simon (ed): Fifty Key Thinkers in Development, Routledge, pp. 176–181
- Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) Award for Scholarly Distinction
- "Geogramme: A Newsletter for Alumni and Friends of UBC Geography", UBC Department of Geography, Summer 2009. Retrieved on May 22, 2015.
- Institute of Asian Research
- Kelly, P.F. (editor) (2007): Essays in Honour of T.G. McGee. Asia Pacific Viewpoint.
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