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Introducing human geographies

Author: Paul J Cloke
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
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"Introducing Human Geographies is the leading guide to human geography for undergraduate students. Written by expert international researchers, this thoroughly updated third edition explains new thinking on essential topics and discusses exciting developments in the field. Presented in three parts, it addresses the central ideas through which human geographers understand and shape their subject ('Foundations'),  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul J Cloke
ISBN: 9780415826631 0415826632 9781444135350 144413535X 9781134051311 9781306298537 113405131X 1306298539
OCLC Number: 812256117
Description: xxviii, 1058 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Part 1 Foundations 1. Local-global Phil Crang 2. Society-space Jo Little 3. Human-non-human Hayden Lorimer 4. Modern-postmodern Mark Goodwin 5. Self-other Paul Cloke 6. Masculinity-femininity Geraldine Pratt & Molly Kraft 7. Science-art David Gilbert 8. Explanation-understanding Rob Kitchin 9. Representation-reality Mike Crang Part 2 Themes Section 1 Biogeographies 10. Nature & human Geography Sarah Whatmore 11. Animals and plants Russell Hitchings 12. Political Ecology Juanita Sundberg & Jessica Dempsey Section 2 Cartography 13. Power of maps Jeremy Crampton 14. Geographical information systems Muki Haklay 15. Counter geographies Wen Lin Section 3 Cultural Geographies 16. Imaginative geographies Felix Driver 17. Place Tim Cresswell 18. Landscape John Wylie 19. Material geographies Philip Crang Section 4 Development Geographies 20. Theories of development Katie Willis 21. Rethinking development Sarah A. Radcliffe 22. Survival & resistance Paul Routledge 23. Human geographies of the Global South Katherine Brickell Section 5 Economic Geographies 24. Spaces of production Kris Olds 25. Money and finance Sarah Hall 26. Consumption-reproduction Juliana Mansvelt 27. Commodities Michael Watts 28. Economic globalization Andrew Jones Section 6 Environmental Geographies 29. Global & local environmental problems Sally Eden 30. Sustainability Mark Whitehead 31. Climate change Harriet Bulkeley Section 7 Historical Geographies 32. Modernity & modernization Miles Ogborn 33. Colonialism & postcolonialism Richard Phillips 34. Space, memory & identity Nuala C. Johnson Section 8 Political Geographies 35. Critical geopolitics Joanne P. Sharp 36. War & peace Scott Kirsch 37. Nationalism Pyrs Gruffudd 38. Citizenship & governance Mark Goodwin Section 9 Population Geographies 39. Age Peter Kraftl 40. Health & well-being David Conradson 41. Migrants & refugees Khalid Koser Section 10 Social Geographies 42. Identities Peter Jackson 43. Identity and difference: dis/ability & sexuality Sarah L. Holloway 44. Exclusion Jon May 45. Diasporas Claire Dwyer Section 11 Urban & rural geographies 46. Urban forms Chris Hamnett 47. Urban senses Lisa Law 48. Rurality Paul Cloke Part 3 Horizons Section 1 Non-representational Geographies 49. Emotion Hester Parr 50. Affect Ben Anderson 51. Performances Amanda Rogers Section 2 Mobilities 52. Mobilities: politics, practices, places Peter Adey 53. Touring mobilities Claudio Minca & Lauren Wagner 54. Virtual mobilities Julia Verne Section 3 Securities 55. Risk/fear/surveillance David Murakami Wood 56. Resources Klauss Dodds 57. Securing life: new hazards & biosecurity Stephen Hincliffe Section 4 Publics 58. How to think about public space Clive Barnett 59. Ethical Spaces Keith Woodward
Responsibility: edited by Paul Cloke, Philip Crang, and Mark Goodwin.
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