By Tim Hall, Tim Hall, Tim Hall, Heather Barrett. It is structured into three sections: 'contexts', 'themes' and 'issues' that move student. aperback – 2017-11-10 Routledge Routledge Contemporary Human Geography Series. Energetic and engaging, this book:, Illustrates how the core principles of huma. aperback – 2014-09-15 Routledge Routledge Contemporary Human Geography Series.
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It is the ideal urban geography text: interesting, lively, engaged, dealing with critical issues and stimulating critical thinking.
Building between ‘traditional’ approaches to subdisciplinary studies and contemporary treatments of these same issues, these concise introductions respond particularly to the new demands of modular courses.
Library descriptions. This text introduces both traditional and contemporary approaches and perspectives in urban geography. It explores the roles played by global cities, governments and institutions in forming and changing urban landscapes.
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Forthcoming Titles: Urban Geography. Tourism geography/Stephen Williams. p. c. (Routledge contemporary human geography series). Includes bibliographical references and index. 1 Issues and approaches in the contemporary geography of tourism. Thirty years ago, the inclusion of a book on tourism within a series of introductory texts covering differing aspects of human geography would have been an unlikely event. Today, the exclusion of tourism from the geography curriculum seems equally improbable. From a position at the end of the Second World War when relatively few people travelled for the purposes by which we now define the activity, tourism has grown to a point at which it is commonly being heralded as the world’s largest industry.
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