Encyclopedia of Human Geography by Barney Warf
English | 5 July 2006 | ISBN: 0761988580 | 638 Pages | PDF | 6 MB
Human geography has undergone a conceptual and methodological renaissance that has transformed the field into one of the most dynamic social sciences. Earlier traditions such as Marxist, feminist and phenomenological inquiry remain vibrant. In addition, human geographers have embraced a variety of newer philosophical approaches emanating from political economy and post-structuralism to engage new topics.
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