By Paul Ganderton
$44.50 paper original
Geography studies the relationships between people and their environment. It highlights the connections between our actions and their effects. To appreciate this fully it is important to have a comprehensive overview of the subject. This book introduces a broad range of geographical ideas, highlighting the key areas of each area and emphasising the connections between them. It is invaluable for A-level and first year undergraduate students as well as the general reader who wants to understand modern environmental issues.
PART ONE: GLOBAL GEOGRAPHY
Politics and the European Union
Models in Geography
History and Philosophy
PART TWO: HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
PART THREE: PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
The Earth and its Processes
PAUL GANDERTON has worked in the field of geographical and environmental education for over 25 years. He is an experienced teacher and examiner with an international teaching, consultancy and research profile. Currently working in Sydney, Australia, he continues to work on the broad range of skills students need to understand the complexity of modern geography.
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