on 25 May 2002
This book provides undergraduates, particularly first year students in human geography a comprehensive grounding into the key debates within human geography. It is also a good text for any students wishing to re-familiarising with a variety of geographical issues. This book is easy to understand, but never simplistic. It also excellent case study material and references for further reading. A near essential book for any human geographers.
on 2 March 2001
This book combines the expert views and knowledge to produce a book showing the varied spectrum of human geography. Using descriptive terminology, and detailed case studies, it relates to human behaviour and other aspects in a geographical spatial context.
It covers every aspect of human geography, from the historial development of hegamonic nations, to social-economic geography, to contemporary issues such as equity and sustainability. This book is a helpful undergraduate student textbook, precisely focusing on the subject. This book is technical and may not be be everyday readable material.