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on 2 March 2001
Rob Kitchin and Nicholas Tate have written one of the clearest and well-constructed guides to research in human geography. This text analyses all areas of research including the initial planning of a research project through data generation and analysis to the final process of writing up your project. As well as outlining the key issues within the aforementioned sections, the authors also illustrate through a variety of methods the main methodological considerations, and furthermore, the problems that may arise at a given point in the research process. Perhaps one of the greatest successes of this publication is the fact that it clearly outlines the main points as well as going into depths on key issues. To this end, this book is a key text for all undergarduate human geographers as well as to those more advanced in the field.
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