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Published: 10 October 2013

416 Pages | 28 figures; 27 photos; 8 tables


ISBN: 9780195429541

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Cultural Geography: Environments, Landscapes, Identities, Inequalities, third edition

Third Edition

William Norton and Margaret Walton-Roberts

  • The most up-to-date text available, including coverage of contemporary critical approaches to cultural geography, such as feminism and postmodernism.
  • The only text to link historical beginnings and the "new" cultural geography, outlining the beginnings, development, and evolution of the discipline.
  • Organized thematically-the tradition of cultural geography, the "new" cultural geography, landscape evolutions, and power, identity, and place-to better explain the overlapping and intertwining theories of cultural geography.
  • Enhanced pedagogy, including key concept linking icons and "Question for Critical Thought" boxes, ensures student understanding and engagement.

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