The Human Mosaic

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Carrying forward the legacy of original author Terry Jordan-Bychkov, coauthors Mona Domosh, Roderick Neumann and Patricia Price have again provided a thoroughly up-to-date new edition of the classic text, The Human Mosaic. The new edition offers a compelling guided tour of contemporary geography that updates the original’s unique Five Theme approach while captivating students with the ways today’s geographers interpret our ever more globalized, interdependent world.

 

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Contents

A Cultural Approach
1
Human Activities and Global
21
Space Place and Knowing
27
Geographies of Cultural Difference
31
Region
34
Globalization
45
Shaping the Human Mosaic
65
Female An Endangered
76
Spaces and Places of Sacredness
215
Religious Fundamentalism
218
Mobility
229
The Geography of the Global Food System
255
Globalization
271
Karl Zimmerer
272
NatureCulture
279
Cultural Landscape
285

Globalization
89
The Geography of HIVAIDS
90
Cultural Landscape
96
Conclusion
102
The Geography of Language
107
Region
109
Mobility
115
Globalization
121
NatureCulture
127
Chapter 11
134
Mosaic or Melting Pot?
139
Selena Crosses the Line
152
Globalization
159
Cultural Landscape
166
Tracing Ethnic Foodways
172
A Divided World
177
Mobility
190
NatureCulture
201
Conclusion
210
Industries Services and Development
293
Globalization
305
NatureCulture
311
The City in Time and Space
325
Mobility
331
One Familys Tale
339
Cultural Landscape
346
Conclusion
353
A Cultural Mosaic
357
Susan Hanson
365
Can Gentrification
373
Cultural Landscape
379
Conclusion
396
One World or Many? The Cultural Geography of the Future
401
Region
402
Glossary
425
Index
435
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