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9780197662809

Human Geography

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  • ISBN13:

    9780197662809

  • ISBN10:

    0197662803

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2024-01-03
  • Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PR

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Summary

Authored by seasoned experts in the field, Human Geography: A Short Introduction provides a concise yet comprehensive and engaging exploration of contemporary Human Geography.

Human Geography teaches students how to engage with GIS and the power of maps. Each chapter features interactive maps that provide students the opportunity to use GIS and understand how concepts and processes affect specific places.

The text is enriched with recent examples and case studies, effectively bridging the gap between theory and its real-world relevance to human geography. It allows students to explore the intricate interactions between people, culture, economics, politics, and urban environments.

Suitable for majors and non-majors, Human Geography: A Short Introduction is enhanced by vibrant visuals facilitating understanding and engagement. Comprehensive resources are available for both students and professors, maximizing value and versatility.

Author Biography

John Rennie Short is Professor of Public Policy at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is an
expert on urban issues, environmental concerns, globalization, political geography, and the history of
cartograph. He has studied cities around the world, lectured around the world to a variety of audiences,
and authored over 30 books.

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