Questioning Geography: Fundamental Debates

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Noel Castree, Alisdair Rogers, Douglas Sherman
Wiley, Nov 4, 2005 - Social Science - 330 pages
Questioning Geography introduces students to the fundamental debates that animate geography today.

  • Each of the chapters focuses on a key issue that has divided or galvanised geographers in their work.
  • Covers both human and physical geography.
  • Includes essay questions and suggestions for further reading.
  • Demonstrates to students the distinctiveness and vitality of modern geography.

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About the author (2005)

Noel Castree is Reader in Geography at Manchester University. He is co-editor of Remaking Reality: Nature at the Millennium (1998) and Social Nature: Theory, Practice and Politics (Blackwell, 2001) and co-author of Spaces of Work: Global Capitalism and the Geographies of Labour (2004).

Ali Rogers is Fellow by Special Election at Keble College, Oxford. He is co-editor of The Student’s Companion to Geography (Second Edition, Blackwell, 2002) and editor of Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs.

Doug Sherman is Professor and Head of the Geography Department at Texas A&M University. A researcher on coastal and aeolian environments, he has written about ‘fashion dudes’ in geomorphology and has taught the history of ideas in physical geography for many years.

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