Human Geography


"The Global Governance of Food"

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"Rethinking Globalizations" series; Food provides an ideal site for answering the fundamental questions of governance of central concern to globalization debates. This book presents interdisciplinary scholarship about the variety of mechanisms governing global food systems and their impacts on human and environmental well-being. Hardback, 240 pages. Size: 246 x 189 mm. Weight: 639g.
Author:  (Curran, Sara R., ed.)
ISBN:  0415451620
Publisher:  Taylor & Francis Ltd
Date:  2008  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly Human Geography

"Human Geography"

An Essential Anthology

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This volume provides students of human geography with a useful resource, a collection of writings critical to understanding the field as a whole, which reveal the interactions of its component parts. It has been designed to give students access to the articles they will need for their studies. With 0. Paperback, 712 pages. Size: 244 x 172 mm. Weight: 1196g.
Author:  (Livingstone, David, ed.)
ISBN:  0631194614
Publisher:  Blackwell Publishers
Date:  1996  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Human Geography

"The Introductory Reader in Human Geography"

Contemporary Debates and Classic Writings

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A lively and stimulating companion to standard classroom texts in human geography. With illustrations. Paperback, 488 pages. Size: 248 x 174 mm. Weight: 855g.
Author:  (Moseley, William, ed.)
ISBN:  1405149221
Publisher:  Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Date:  2007  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Human Geography

"Key Methods in Geography"

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Key Methods in Geography is an introduction for undergraduates to the principal methodological issues involved in the collection, analysis, and presentation of geographical information. With illustrations (one col.), maps. Paperback, 592 pages. Size: 242 x 170 mm. Weight: 1068g.
Author:  (Clifford, Nick, ed.)
ISBN:  076197492X
Publisher:  Sage Publications Ltd
Date:  2003  (United States)
Readership:  Tertiary Education (Us: College) Human Geography

"Key Texts in Human Geography"

A Reader Guide

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Serves as a primer and companion to the key texts in human geography published over the years. This title contains 26 interpretive essays highlighting: the significance of the text; how the book should be read; reactions and controversies surrounding the book; and the book's long-term legacy. With illustrations. New ed. Paperback, 256 pages. Size: 242 x 170 mm. Weight: 505g.
Author:  (Hubbard, Phil, ed.)
ISBN:  1412922615
Publisher:  Sage Publications Ltd
Date:  2008  (United States)
Readership:  Tertiary Education (Us: College) Human Geography

"Key Thinkers on Space and Place"

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A comprehensive guide to the latest work on space. Each entry is a short interpretative essay, outlining the contributions made by the key theorists. Paperback, 356 pages. Size: 250 x 170 mm. Weight: 584g.
Author:  (Hubbard, Phil, ed.)
ISBN:  0761949631
Publisher:  Sage Publications Ltd
Date:  2004  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Human Geography

"Patterned Ground"

Entanglements of Nature and Culture

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In this collection of essays on objects in the landscape, some of the leading names in the new geography explore the way we understand objects and their relationship to ourselves and world around us. With 50 b&w illustrations. Paperback, 352 pages. Size: 240 x 175 mm. Weight: 654g.
Author:  (Thrift, Nigel, ed.)
ISBN:  1861891814
Publisher:  Reaktion Books
Date:  2004  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  General (Us: Trade) Human Geography

"A Shrinking World?"

Global Unevenness and Inequality

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"Shape of the World: Explorations in Human Geography" series; This text explores different aspects of the spatial upheaval that lies behind the latest wave of globalization based on Western values. The effects of information flows, global cities, multinationals and global tourism are used to draw attention to the unequal character of global processes. With halftones, line figures and tables throughout, bibliography. Paperback, 272 pages. Size: 246 x 189 mm. Weight: 744g.
Author:  (Allen, John, ed.)
ISBN:  0198741871
Publisher:  Oxford University Press
Date:  1995  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Tertiary Education (Us: College) Human Geography

"Space, Knowledge and Power"

Foucault and Geography

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Michel Foucault's work is rich with implications and insights concerning spatiality. This book is framed around his discussions with the French geography journal Herodote in the mid 1970s. It comprises some of Foucault's untranslated work on questions of space, a range of responses from French and English language commentators, and more. With includes 25 maps. New ed. Paperback, 300 pages. Size: 234 x 156 mm. Weight: 593g.
Author:  (Crampton, Jeremy, ed.)
ISBN:  0754646556
Publisher:  Ashgate Publishing Group
Date:  2007  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly Human Geography

"Greece, the Culture Culture"

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"Lands, Peoples & Cultures" series; The rich culture of Greece has influenced the world for thousands of years. This book focuses both on the country's ancient arts and its modern treasures. The topics include: ancient gods and goddesses of Greek mythology; the tragedies and comedies of Greek theatre; portraits of the great philosophers, mathematicians, and poets; and more. With colour photos and illus. Paperback, 32 pages. Size: 280 x 215 mm. Weight: 204g.
Author:  Adare, Sierra
ISBN:  0865053081
Publisher:  Crabtree Publishing Co,Canada
Date:  1999  (Canada)
Readership:  Primary Human Geography

"Greece, the People"

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"Lands, Peoples & Cultures" series; Explores the daily lives of the Greek people in both ancient and modern times. This book describes a typical day in ancient times beginning with the gathering at the agora or market, the traditional work men, women, and slaves performed during the day, and how boys were educated but girls were not. It is for children of ages 9-14. With colour photos and illus. Paperback, 32 pages. Size: 280 x 215 mm. Weight: 204g.
Author:  Adare, Sierra Kalman, Bobbie
ISBN:  0865053073
Publisher:  Crabtree Publishing Co,Canada
Date:  1998  (Canada)
Readership:  Primary Human Geography

"Islands, Islanders and the World"

The Colonial and Post-Colonial Experience of Eastern Fiji

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"Cambridge Human Geography" series; Robson, Brian (ed.) In this examination of the environmental, social and economic aspects of Fiji, the authors attempt to explore in depth the inter-relations between the island landscape, the cultural geography of the islanders, and the intrusive values and opportunities of the market economy. With 37 line diagrams. Hardback, 344 pages. Size: 229 x 152 mm. Weight: 630g.
Author:  Bayliss-Smith, T.P. Bedford, Richard Brookfield, Harold Latham, Marc
ISBN:  052126877X
Publisher:  Cambridge University Press
Date:  1989  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Human Geography

"Hazards and Responses"

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"Landmark Geography" series; This text examines hazards and responses. The book provides relevant case studies and employs a range of scales and locations to discuss economically developed, developing and newly industrialized countries. With maps. Paperback, 144 pages. Size: 280 x 220 mm. Weight: 480g.
Author:  Bishop, Victoria
ISBN:  0007114311
Publisher:  Harpercollins Publishers
Date:  2001  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  A / as Level Human Geography

"Nature Unbound"

The Past, Present and Future of Protected Areas

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A comprehensive, critical examination of the rise of protected areas and their social and economic position in our world. It also examines the social impacts of protected areas, the conflicts that surround them, the alternatives to them and the conceptual categories they impose. With tables, boxes, index. Paperback, 240 pages. Size: 234 x 156 mm. Weight: 420g.
Author:  Brockington, Dan Duffy, Rosaleen Igoe, Jim
ISBN:  1844074404
Publisher:  Earthscan Ltd
Date:  2008  (United Kingdom)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Human Geography

"The Working Landscape"

Founding, Preservation and the Politics of Place

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"Urban & Industrial Environments" series; In America, we see rampant development, unsustainable resource exploitation, and commodification ruin both natural and built landscapes, disconnecting us from our surroundings. This work identifies this zero-sum conflict between development and preservation as a major factor behind our contemporary crisis of place. Paperback, 416 pages. Size: 228 x 153 mm. Weight: 587g.
Author:  Cannavo, Peter F.
ISBN:  0262532921
Publisher:  Mit Press Ltd
Date:  2007  (United States)
Readership:  Professional & Vocational Human Geography

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