Geographic Thought: A Critical Introduction

Geographic Thought: A Critical Introduction

Tim Cresswell


This enticing and available advent to geographic notion explores the main thinkers and key theoretical advancements within the box of human geography.

  • Covers the entire diversity of the improvement of theoretical wisdom of the sphere, from historic geography to modern non-representational theory
  • Presents theories in an available demeanour in the course of the author's attractive writing style
  • Examines the effect of Darwin and Marx, the emergence of anarchist geographies, the impression of feminism, and myriad different very important our bodies of thought
  • Stresses the significance of geographic concept and its relevance to our realizing of what it truly is to be human, and to the folk, locations, and cultures of the realm during which we live

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