The chapters are short, clearly written, of high quality, with a wealth of excellent visual material to help make key points in a variety of ways and a glossary of key terms at the end.
Progress in Human Geography
Written in a clear and easily approachable manner, striking an appropriate balance between explaining concepts and providing examples from past and contemporary geographical research...in a well-structured format. It will prove useful for students wishing to dip into specific areas of geographical research as well as being a comprehensive introductory text for first year undergraduates.
Scottish Geographical Journal
About the Author
Paul Cloke, Department of Geography, University of Bristol, UK - Philip Crang, Department of Geography, University College London, UK - Mark Goodwin, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Wales Aberystwyth, UK