Contemporary Human Geography

Filename: contemporary-human-geography.pdf
ISBN: 9781497084131
Release Date: 2016-10-16
Number of pages: 24
Author: CTI Reviews
Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews

Download and read online Contemporary Human Geography in PDF and EPUB Facts101 is your complete guide to Contemporary Human Geography. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.


An Introduction to Human Geography

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ISBN: 0132056844
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 517
Author: Peter Daniels
Publisher: Pearson Education

Download and read online An Introduction to Human Geography in PDF and EPUB An Introduction to Human Geography is an essential textbook for undergraduate students taking courses in geography and related disciplines in the social sciences. Comprehensively revised, the third edition of this widely used text provides a global overview of the major topics within human geography. Focusing on key geographical challenges facing the world at the beginning of the twenty-first century, stimulating coverage examines the forces that shape economies and societies, and each chapter is written by a specialist in the field.


Urban Geography 2nd Edition

Filename: urban-geography-2nd-edition.pdf
ISBN: 9781134603237
Release Date: 2002-01-04
Number of pages: 224
Author: Tim Hall
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Urban Geography 2nd Edition in PDF and EPUB This text introduces both 'traditional' and contemporary approaches and perspectives in urban geography. This substantially revised edition of Urban Geography now features updates on recent urban policy initiatives and urban changes, including the influence of CCTV on the city and the impacts of Millennium projects. New sections contain: * an evaluation of the impact of place promotion * a discussion of new cultural geography and the city * a new chapter on sustainable urban development * boxed case studies * further reading suggestions * extensive illustrations.


Human Geography

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ISBN: 9781118451502
Release Date: 2014-12-03
Number of pages: 344
Author: Mark Boyle
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Human Geography in PDF and EPUB Using the story of the rise and faltering of the West as its backdrop, this book provides for beginning students a clear and concise introduction to Human Geography, including its threshold concepts, key thinkers and their theories, contemporary debates, and celebrated case studies. Introduces and applies the basic concepts of human geography in clear, concise, and engaging prose Addresses important thinkers, debates, and theories in an accessible manner with a focus on discerning the inherent Western bias in these ideas Incorporates case studies that explore human geographies which are being made in non western regions, including Asia, the Middle East, and South America Offers an array of student resources, including learning objectives, checklists of key ideas, further exploration boxes, glossaries, end-of-chapter essay questions, and suggestions for further reading Accompanied by a website at www.wiley.com/go/boyle (available on publication) featuring additional quizzes, questions, resources, and podcasts for students, alongside chapter-by-chapter PowerPoint slides for instructors Explores the significance of the ascendance (and degeneration?) of the West since around the fifteenth century in the shaping of the key demographic, environmental, social, economic, political, and cultural processes active in the world today


Urban Geography

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ISBN: 9781134769407
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Number of pages: 224
Author: Tim Hall
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Urban Geography in PDF and EPUB This text introduces both 'traditional' and contemporary approaches and perspectives in urban geography. This substantially revised edition of Urban Geography now features updates on recent urban policy initiatives and urban changes, including the influence of CCTV on the city and the impacts of Millennium projects. New sections contain: * an evaluation of the impact of place promotion * a discussion of new cultural geography and the city * a new chapter on sustainable urban development * boxed case studies * further reading suggestions * extensive illustrations.


The Killing of Cambodia Geography Genocide and the Unmaking of Space

Filename: the-killing-of-cambodia-geography-genocide-and-the-unmaking-of-space.pdf
ISBN: 9781351887205
Release Date: 2017-05-15
Number of pages: 220
Author: James A. Tyner
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Killing of Cambodia Geography Genocide and the Unmaking of Space in PDF and EPUB Between 1975 and 1978, the Khmer Rouge carried out genocide in Cambodia unparalleled in modern history. Approximately 2 million died - almost one quarter of the population. Taking an explicitly geographical approach, this book argues whether the Khmer Rouge's activities not only led to genocide, but also terracide - the erasure of space. In the Cambodia of 1975, the landscape would reveal vestiges of an indigenous pre-colonial Khmer society, a French colonialism and American intervention. The Khmer Rouge, however, were not content with retaining the past inscriptions of previous modes of production and spatial practices. Instead, they attempted to erase time and space to create their own utopian vision of a communal society. The Khmer Rouge's erasing and reshaping of space was thus part of a consistent sacrifice of Cambodia and its people - a brutal justification for the killing of a country and the birth of a new place, Democratic Kampuchea. While focusing on Cambodia, the book provides a clearer geographic understanding to genocide in general and insights into the importance of spatial factors in geopolitical conflict.


Conducting Research in Human Geography

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ISBN: 9781317885924
Release Date: 2013-12-02
Number of pages: 344
Author: Rob Kitchin
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Conducting Research in Human Geography in PDF and EPUB Reading this book is your first step to becoming a competent human geography researcher. Whether you are a novice needing practical help for your first piece of research or a professional in search of an accessible guide to best practice, Conducting Research in Human Geography is a unique and indispensable book to have at hand. The book provides a broad overview of theoretical underpinnings in contemporary human geography and links these with the main research methodologies currently being used. It is designed to guide the user through the complete research process, whether it be a one day field study or a large project, from the nurturing of ideas and development of a proposal, to the design of an enquiry, the generation and analysis of data, to the drawing of conclusions and the presentation of findings.


Introducing Human Geographies Third Edition

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ISBN: 9781134051380
Release Date: 2013-12-05
Number of pages: 1088
Author: Paul Cloke
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Introducing Human Geographies Third Edition in PDF and EPUB Introducing Human Geographies is the leading guide to human geography for undergraduate students, explaining new thinking on essential topics and discussing exciting developments in the field. This new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated and coverage is extended with new sections devoted to biogeographies, cartographies, mobilities, non-representational geographies, population geographies, public geographies and securities. Presented in three parts with 60 contributions written by expert international researchers, this text addresses the central ideas through which human geographers understand and shape their subject. Part I: Foundations engages students with key ideas that define human geography’s subject matter and approaches, through critical analyses of dualisms such as local-global, society-space and human-nonhuman. Part II: Themes explores human geography’s main sub-disciplines, with sections devoted to biogeographies, cartographies, cultural geographies, development geographies, economic geographies, environmental geographies, historical geographies, political geographies, population geographies, social geographies, urban and rural geographies. Finally, Part III: Horizons assesses the latest research in innovative areas, from mobilities and securities to non-representational geographies. This comprehensive, stimulating and cutting edge introduction to the field is richly illustrated throughout with full colour figures, maps and photos. These are available to download on the companion website, located at www.routledge.com/9781444135350.


Geographies of Globalization

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ISBN: 9781135281762
Release Date: 2014-09-15
Number of pages: 506
Author: Warwick E. Murray
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Geographies of Globalization in PDF and EPUB Geographies of Globalization 2nd edition offers an animated and fully-updated exposition of the geographical impacts of globalization and the contribution of human geography to studies and debates in this area. Energetic and engaging, this book: • Illustrates how the core principles of human geography – such as space and scale – lead to a better understanding of the phenomenon • Debates the historical evolution of globalized society • Analyses the interconnected economic, political and cultural geographies of globalization • Examines the impact of global transformations ‘on the ground’ using examples from six continents • Discusses the three global crises currently facing the world – inequality, the environment and unstable capitalism most recently manifested in the Great Recession • Articulates a human geographical framework for progressive globalization and approaching solutions to the problems we face Boxed sections highlight key concepts and innovative work by geographers as well as topical and lively debates concerning current global trends. The book is also generously illustrated with a wide range of Figures, photographs, and maps.


Die Macht der Geographie

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ISBN: 9783423428569
Release Date: 2015-11-20
Number of pages: 304
Author: Tim Marshall
Publisher: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag

Download and read online Die Macht der Geographie in PDF and EPUB Wie Geografie Geschichte macht Weltpolitik ist auch Geopolitik, denn alle Staatschefs unterliegen den Zwängen der Geographie. Berge und Ebenen, Wasser, Sand und Eis setzen ihrem Entscheidungsspielraum Grenzen. In 10 Kapiteln zeigt Tim Marshall knapp, anschaulich und pointiert, wie Geographie Geschichte macht und gemacht hat: in Russland, China, den USA, in Europa, Afrika, Lateinamerika, Indien und Pakistan, Japan und Korea, dem Nahen Osten, der Arktis und in Grönland: Regierungen kommen und gehen, der Hindukusch bleibt.


Geographie f r Dummies

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ISBN: 9783527813216
Release Date: 2017-08-02
Number of pages: 368
Author: Charles A. Heatwole
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Geographie f r Dummies in PDF and EPUB Bei der Geografie geht es lï¿1⁄2ngst nicht nur darum, zu wissen, wo welches Land oder welcher Fluss zu finden ist. "Geografie fï¿1⁄2r Dummies" erklï¿1⁄2rt Ihnen, wie das geografische Koordinatensystem aufgebaut ist, wie man damit Orte bestimmt und so Karten richtig deutet. Im Mittelpunkt des Buches stehen die Geofaktoren Boden, Wasser und Klima und deren Wechselwirkungen miteinander: Wie formen Vulkane, Erosion und Wetter die Erdoberflï¿1⁄2che? Wie beeinflussen die Ozeane das Klima? Und wie ist es mï¿1⁄2glich, dass Wï¿1⁄2ste und Regenwald nur durch eine Bergkette voneinander getrennt sind? Aber auch der Einfluss des Menschen kommt nicht zu kurz, so wird auch die urbane, politische und wirtschaftliche Geografie erlï¿1⁄2utert. Egal, ob Sie wissen mï¿1⁄2chten, wie das Klima die Erde beeinflusst oder wo ein gï¿1⁄2nstiger Standort fï¿1⁄2r das nï¿1⁄2chste Eigenheim wï¿1⁄2re, dieses Buch liefert Ihnen alle Antworten.


Key Thinkers on Space and Place

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ISBN: 9781446247730
Release Date: 2010-11-12
Number of pages: 528
Author: Phil Hubbard
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Key Thinkers on Space and Place in PDF and EPUB In this latest edition of Key Thinkers on Space and Place, editors Phil Hubbard and Rob Kitchin provide us with a fully revised and updated text that highlights the work of over 65 key thinkers on space and place. Unique in its concept, the book is a comprehensive guide to the life and work of some of the key thinkers particularly influential in the current 'spatial turn' in the social sciences. Providing a synoptic overview of different ideas about the role of space and place in contemporary social, cultural, political and economic life, each portrait comprises: Biographical information and theoretical context. An explication of their contribution to spatial thinking. An overview of key advances and controversie. Guidance on further reading. With 14 additional chapters including entries on Saskia Sassen, Tim Ingold, Cindi Katz and John Urry, the book covers ideas ranging from humanism, Marxism, feminism and post-structuralism to queer-theory, post-colonialism, globalization and deconstruction, presenting a thorough look at diverse ways in which space and place has been theorized. An essential text for geographers, this now classic reference text is for all those interested in theories of space and place, whether in geography, sociology, cultural studies, urban studies, planning, anthropology, or women's studies.


Introducing Human Geographies

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ISBN: 034069193X
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 368
Author: Paul J. Cloke
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Introducing Human Geographies in PDF and EPUB 'Introducing Human Geographies' provides an innovative, comprehensive and stimulating first-year introduction to human geography. This major new textbook introduces some of the flavour and excitement of human geography today, playing not only to recognisable subfields but also making accessible some of the more contemporary developments which form the cutting edge of the discipline. This new undergraduate textbook is structured around three main sections. The first - Foundations - works through a number of underlying debates that are stimulating much contemporary innovation within human geography. The second - Themes - provides a sub-disciplinarily structured account of this innovation, outlining its contribution to questions of development, economy, environment, history, politics, society, and culture. The final section - Contexts - highlights how these questions come together in work on particular 'spaces' and 'places', emphasising how much of the best contemporary work in human geography blurs traditional sub-disciplinary distinctions.


Re writing Spatiality

Filename: re-writing-spatiality.pdf
ISBN: 9783643109804
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 300
Author: Britta Kuhlenbeck
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

Download and read online Re writing Spatiality in PDF and EPUB The objective of this project is to encourage new ways of thinking about the meaning and significance of space. It follows a desire that has been expressed and theorized by Henri Lefebvre - and by extension Edward W. Soja - to remove Spatiality from the margin of the "Trialectics of Being" and to bring it into the "Trialectics' fold" alongside with - and of at least equal significance to - Historicality and Sociality. The thesis focuses on how space of the Pilbara region in Western Australia is produced in contemporary Australian writing, film, art and through "lived experience". The thesis argues for an understanding of space as essentially dynamic.


Geography

Filename: geography.pdf
ISBN: 0415321115
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 230
Author: John Morgan
Publisher: Psychology Press

Download and read online Geography in PDF and EPUB When Geography specialists decide they want to teach, it can be a daunting prospect to enter a real classroom, no matter how much subject knowledge they already possess. Geography: Teaching School Subjects 11-19 puts the subject into perspective and shows new teachers and student teachers how to make Geography accessible and interesting for their pupils. Divided into three sections the book examines the theory and practice of teaching geography: section one explores how teachers can frame their own knowledge for classroom practice section two focuses on Geography in the classroom and curriculum development as well as aspects of pedagogy and lesson design, evaluation and assessment section three focuses on the teachers themselves and how they can view and work on professional development within their own subject area.