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The following is a complete listing of the series known as CATMOG, or Concepts and Techniques in Modern Geography, which were published between 1975 and 1995. uk as free PDF downloads. 1 Collins, Introduction to Markov chain analysis. 2 Taylor, Distance decay in spatial interactions. 3 Clark, Understanding canonical correlation analysis. 4 Openshaw, Some theoretical and applied aspects of spatial interaction shopping models. 5 Unwin, An introduction to trend surface analysis. 43 Dewdney, the UK census of population 1981. 44 Pickles, Geography and humanism. 45 Boots, Voronoi (Thiessen) polygons. 46 Fotheringham and Knudsen, Goodness-of-fit statistics.
Humanism grew as a criticism against positivism and quantification in geography. Humanists are not in favour of reducing space to mere geometrical concepts of surface as viewed by the positivists. From a humanistic viewpoint, space is inseparable from consciousness of humans who inhabit it. A strong affinity exists between the pre-war French school of human geography and the post-war Anglophone school of humanistic geography. ADVERTISEMENTS: Despite its strong connection, humanistic geography is also a product of neo- Kantianism and pragmatism of Park and the Chicago school of sociology.
Although humanism in geography is traced back to Vidal de Lablache’s writings, its real beginning is attributed to the Kantian philosophy. Kant asserted: History differs from geography only in consideration of time and space. In 1939, Hartshorne pleaded the cause of humanistic geography in his book, The Nature of Geography. There is, therefore, a universal mutual relation between them, even though their bases of j integration are in a sense opposite-geography in terms of earth space, history in terms of periods of time (Hartshorne, 1939). Subsequently, it was Kirk (1951) and Tuan (1976) who laid a strong foundation of humanism in geography.