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Geography and Geographers, 5Ed: Anglo-American Geography since 1945 Paperback – Nov 29 1996


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...this is a fine book. It has no equal for providing a comprehensive tour d'horizon of modern human geography.
Environment and Planning A (of the fourth edition)

...the catholic sensitivity of the book and its commitment...to commentary is even more welcome now than it was 12 years ago. 'Geography and Geographers' remains a remarkable achievement.
Progress in Human Geography (of the fourth edition

'Geography and Geographers' has become an accepted text since its publication in 1979, and its success has resulted in the production of this fifth edition...it retains all the detail of the previous four versions but includes a completely new chapter on the 'cultural turn'.
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Worst textbook ever! Dec 23 2010
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Higgeldy Piggeldy is the only way to describe this book that jumps about and fails to entertain a solid timeline or progression through geography or geographers. Don't do this to your students... Reading this was insufferable and ulimately left unfinished. I can't say I gained anything from it :(


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