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Diffusing geography : essays for Peter Haggett

Author: Andrew D Cliff, Andrew David.; et al
Publisher: Oxford, UK ; Cambridge, USA : Blackwell, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A volume celebrating the work of the twentieth centurya s leading geographer should in itself be an event of importance for the discipline. This book lives up to that ambition, for in its quality,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew D Cliff, Andrew David.; et al
ISBN: 0631195343 9780631195344
OCLC Number: 900068541
Description: XXV, 414 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Contents: List of Plates. List of Figures. List of Tables. Acknowledgements. A Celebration. Part I: Methodology: . 1. A Geographera s Guide to Dialectical Thinking: David Harvey (Johns Hopkins University, USA). 2. Teaching the Spatiality of Geography Concretely with the Abstract: Peter Gould (The Pennsylvania State University, USA). 3. Action in the Everyday Physical World: Torsten Hagerstrand (Lund University, Sweden). Part II: Locational Analysis:. 4. Revisiting the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem and the Ecological Fallacy: Neil Wrigley (University of Southampton, UK). 5. Computable Equilibrium and Spatial Interaction: Bill Macmillan (University of Oxford, UK). 6. Britain at the Heart of Europe?: Michael Chisholm (University of Cambridge, UK). 7. Research and Rural Planning: from Howard Bracey to Discourse Analysis: Paul Cloke (University of Bristol, UK). Part III: Medical Geography:. 8. Estimating Epidemic Return Times: Andrew Cliff (University of Cambridge, UK) and Keith Ord (The Pennsylvania State University, USA). 9. AIDS in Neighbourhoods of San Francisco: Some Geographical Observations on the First Decade of a Local--Area Epidemic: Matthew Smallman--Raynor (University of Exeter, UK). 10. Spatial Point Process Modelling of Cancer Data Within a Geographical Information Systems Framework: Anthony Gatrell (Lancaster University, UK). Part IV: Pacific Studies: . 11. The Shape of Tele--Cost Worlds: the Pacific Islands Case: R. Gerard Ward (Australian National University, Australia). 12. Off the Sheepa s Back? Two Decades of Change in New Zealand: Pip Forer (University of Canterbury, New Zealand). List of Contributors. Author Index. Index. Related Titles: List of IBG Special Publications.
Responsibility: edited by A.D. Cliff ... [et al.].


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