An Introduction to Social Geography

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Oxford University Press, 1977 - Social Science - 273 pages
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Contents

SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY A GROUP APPROACH
5
CONCEPTS OF SPACE
26
Patterns
33
PATTERNS IN SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY
67
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PATTERNS 88
92
Processes
127
RESIDENTIAL LOCATION AND INTRA URBAN MOBILITY
141
SEGREGATION
165
MACROPROCESSES
184
A FAIR SOCIETY CONCEPTS AND MEASUREMENT
221
PUBLIC POLICY AND SOCIAL PLANNING
242
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
265
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Emrys Jones is Goldsmiths' Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of New College. His publications include 'Scenic Form in Shakespeare' (1971) and 'The Origins of Shakespeare' (1977).

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