Encyclopedia of Human Geography
Greenwood Press 2004-02-28 ISBN: 0313320101 320 pages PDF 1,2 MB
This book presents the full range of this remarkable field, presenting
nearly 300 pertinent models, concepts, theories, and people associated with
human geography. It is the first encyclopedia devoted exclusively to human
geography and will be an indispensable guide for high school students taking
AP Human Geography, a useful supplement to college texts, and a valuable
guide for researchers. AP Human Geography is a new offering in many high
schools, and the entries in this encyclopedia were selected with input from
AP teachers of the subject. The entries reach back to the ancient Greeks,
such as Herodotus, and also cover current manmade crises, such as urban
sprawl. Suggested readings, a selected bibliography, and photos complement
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