The cultural landscape: an introduction to human geography

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - History - 227 pages
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Trusted for its timeliness and readability, this book introduces geography by emphasizing the relevance of geographic concepts to human problems. Two years after Rubenstein' s Update Edition was created to encompass the events of September 11, 2001, this revision also begins the careful process of putting those events into perspective. Provides new "Global Forces and Local Impacts" boxes in each chapter that explore in depth an issue related to chapter material, focusing on particular regions of the world. Includes new material on medical geography, terrorism, mineral resources, sustainable development, conservation, and biodiversity. Presents new information on gender differences in development . Expands material on Ethnicity, relating ethnicity problems to political conflict; also incorporates material previously found elsewhere in the book, such as U.S. urban patterns and South Africa' s history of apartheid. For anyone interested in learning more about world geography.

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Review: The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography

User Review  - Kris Lemoine - Goodreads

I thought it really was fantastic, maybe some of the information not entirely needed. But definitely a go to book for any geo related anything that might be needed. Some great cultural highlights as well. Read full review

Review: The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography

User Review  - Eva Serditova - Goodreads

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Contents

Basic Concepts
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Population
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Migration
38
Copyright

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