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Issue 4

Cybernetic and general-system approaches to urban and regional research: a review of the literature 369 – 408
J Brian McLoughlin, Judith N Webster

How do contact systems affect regional development? 409 – 427
B Thorngren

Regionalisation of national planning—some methodological issues 429 – 442
T Hermansen

Urban acquaintance fields: an evaluation of a spatial model 443 – 454
E G Moore, L A Brown

Comparative factorial ecology: some New Zealand examples 455 – 467
D W G Timms

Notes on the design of operational models 469 – 476
T A Broadbent

Reviews 477 – 484

Author index 485

Subject index 487 – 488