World Regional Geography (with Subregions)

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Macmillan, Sep 14, 2007 - Science - 625 pages
Like no other textbook, Pulsipher and Pulsipher’s World Regional Geography humanizes geographical issues by representing the lives of women, men, and children in various regions of the globe. It makes global patterns of trade and consumption meaningful for students by gauging their affect on all regions of the world and the daily lives of ordinary people. NEW! MAP BUILDERClick Preview Materials for a demo.


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World Regional Geography, Fourth Edition without Subregions

September 2007 (2008), paper, 475 pages, 0-7167-8522-6
 

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Contents

Brief Contents
1
Cultural and Social Geographic Issues
12
CHAPTER 11
36
North America
53
Current Geographic Issues
66
78
95
29 Javanese Muslim women in Suriname page 149
115
Current Geographic Issues
134
Current Geographic Issues
259
Measures of Human WellBeing
278
North Africa
297
Current Geographic Issues
314
SubSaharan Africa
353
Shifts in African Geopolitics
384
Environmental Issues
392
Subregions of SubSaharan Africa
400

GUATEMALAMEXICO Coffee Country
142
Sociocultural Issues
148
At the Local Scale Ecotourism in the Ecuadorian Amazon
155
Europe
183
Current Geographic Issues
198
North Europe
233
Russia and the Newly
245
Human Patterns over Time
251
Space
407
Themes to Explore in South Asia
414
BHUTAN The Last Place
443
East Asia
473
and the Pacific
583
GLOSSARY
1
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