Geographical Thought provides a clear and accessible introduction to the key ideas and figures in human geography. The book provides an essential introduction to the theories that have shaped the study of societies and space. Opening with an exploration of the founding concepts of human geography in the nineteenth century academy, the authors examine the range of theoretical perspectives that have emerged within human geography over the last century from feminist and marxist scholarship, through to post-colonial and non-representational theories. Each chapter contains insightful lines of argument that encourage readers towards independent thinking and critical evaluation. Supporting materials include a glossary, visual images, further reading suggestions and dialogue boxes.... bars (Latham, 2003), relaxing in caravan sites andallotments (Crouch, 2003), aswellas rambling and climbing inruralareas (MacPherson, 2008; Wylie, 2002). ... Similarly, Laurier andPhilo (2006) reflecthow unexpectedpassing encounters incafes may engender transient forms of ... Theenjoined performances that momentarily fuse together to comprise a#39;cafe culturea#39; suggest that these eventspaces are aanbsp;...
|Author||:||Anoop Nayak, Alex Jeffrey|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-12-02|