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World Regional Geography : A Human Development Approach,9780130168214
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World Regional Geography : A Human Development Approach

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9780130168214

ISBN10:
0130168211
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Pub. Date:
7/1/2000
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PRENTICE HALL PTR
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Table of Contents

PART ONE Basic Concepts and Ideas 3(86)
David L. Clawson
James S. Fisher
Geography: Many Worlds to Explore
4(15)
People and Resources
19(15)
Physical and Cultural Components of the Human Environment
34(26)
More Developed and Less Developed Countries: An Overview
60(29)
PART TWO United States and Canada 89(68)
Merrill L. Johnson
James S. Fisher
The United States and Canada: The Bases for Development
90(31)
The United States and Canada: Economic Growth and Transformation
121(18)
The United States and Canada: Problems in a Developed Realm
139(18)
PART THREE Europe 157(56)
Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov
The European Habitat
158(16)
Europe: Culture, Society, Economy
174(21)
Europe: Political Geography
195(18)
PART FOUR Russia and the Eurasian States of the Former Soviet Union 213(44)
Roger L. Thiede
Russia and the Eurasian States of the Former Soviet Union: Land and People
214(20)
Russia and the Eurasian States of the Former Soviet Union: Economic Activity
234(23)
PART FIVE Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands 257(22)
Jack F. Williams
Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands: Isolation and Space
258(21)
PART SIX Asia, East by South 279(130)
Christopher A. Airriess
Jack F. Williams
Asia, East by South: A Physical and Human Overview
280(14)
Japan: An Economic Giant
294(23)
China and Its Pacific Rim Neighbors
317(34)
Southeast Asia: Unity in Diversity
351(21)
South Asia: The Past in the Present
372(37)
PART SEVEN The Middle East and North Africa 409(68)
Douglas L. Johnson
The Middle East and North Africa: Physical and Cultural Environments
411(19)
The Mediterranean Crescent
430(19)
The Gulf States
449(28)
PART EIGHT Africa South of the Sahara 477(76)
Samuel Aryeetey-Attoh
Africa South of the Sahara: Legacy of Continuity and Change
478(32)
West, Central, and East Africa: Diversity in Development
510(22)
Southern Africa: Development in Transition
532(21)
PART NINE Latin America 553(1)
David L. Clawson
Latin America: Physical Diversity and Cultural Heritage
554(25)
Maxico, Central America, and the Caribbean: Lands of Contrasts
579(20)
Sourth America: Regions of Uneven Development
599


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