Like no other textbook, Pulsipher and Pulsipher's "World Regional Geography" puts a human face on the study of regional geography, showing how larger geographical forces affect the lives of individuals and communities around the globe. It's a refreshing, people-centered approach to the subject focusing on the stories of real people, global trends and interregional linkages, and contemporary topics that transcend regional borders (the war on terrorism, global political order, interregional trade, the global economy, popular culture, the environment, and the Internet).
Table of Contents
1. Geography: An Exploration of Connections 2. North America 3. Middle and South America 4. Europe 5. Russia and the Post-Soviet States 6. North Africa and Southwest Asia 7. Sub-Saharan Africa 8. South Asia 9. East Asia 10. Southeast Asia 11. Oceania: Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific