By Peter Daniels, Michael Bradshaw, Denis Shaw, James Sidaway
Comprehensively revised, the 3rd version of this general textual content presents a world review of the foremost subject matters inside of human geography and is a vital textbook for undergraduate scholars taking classes in geography and comparable disciplines. Features: complete color presentation brings out the energy and color of the folk and areas Re-enforced social, cultural and environmental assurance extra severe insurance and bigger foreign money with the newest controversies, debates and scorching subject matters extra on key phenomena in twenty first century existence - the social construction of nature, international creation networks, carrier economies and the second one worldwide shift. An cutting edge web site helps the textual content at www.booksites.net/daniels A endured diversity of pedagogical beneficial properties that aid make clear, expand and observe realizing, together with ‘Spotlight’ bins that offer deeper research of a key subject or idea, and ‘Thematic’ case experiences that illustrate a real-world subject matter or instance
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It is in the nature of academic disciplines to subdivide and to compartmentalize knowledge. Geography is unusual in that it sits at the intersections between the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. This means that it internalizes both the disadvantages of disciplinarity and the potential advantages of multidisciplinarity. Much of the promise of geography lies on the margins between the sub-disciplines, between human and physical geography or, for example, between economic and cultural geography.
Human geography is not just about describing the spatial manifestations of economy and society: it is about explaining how space is configured and shapes economies, societies and social processes. Thus, geography is not a passive outcome; it is a critical component of social and economic processes. More than that, geography in its broader definition provides an interface between the human and the natural worlds. We would argue that geography is a key subject for the twenty-first century, in part because many of the challenges that face humanity are at the interface between human societies and natural environments.
No matter what its contents, or how they are organized, the finished product will not satisfy everyone. The book not only has to engage the attention and interest of the students who will learn with it, but also has to satisfy the instructors who will teach with it. Thus we are caught on the horns of a dilemma: how to make the text as accessible and as user-friendly as possible to students, while not appearing to be too naïve to the instructor assigning it. We also have to acknowledge that each geography programme is different, at least in detail if not in overall objective, and that a textbook fulfilling every need would be very large indeed.