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Geographers believe that phenomena on the earth’s surface are not random, but rather the result of a complex series of processes going on at the local, regional, national and international scale. Human Geography, 1e by Jon Malinowksi and David Kaplan, will introduce you to how geographers attempt to make sense of the diverse reality of human populations on the Earth’s surface. Human Geography, 1e uses a modular approach. Each of the 18 chapters are divided into page “spreads” to easily allow an instructor the flexibility to customize his or her course.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Major Geographic ConceptsChapter 2: Geography through the AgesChapter 3: PopulationChapter 4: Geography of Health and DiseaseChapter 5: Migration FlowsChapter 6: Culture and Cultural LandscapesChapter 7: The Geography of LanguageChapter 8: The Geography of ReligionChapter 9: Race, Ethnicity, and GenderChapter 10: A World of Nations and StatesChapter 11: Geography of Governance and RepresentationChapter 12: Environment and ConservationChapter 13: Urbanization and Urban NetworksChapter 14: The Changing Structure of the CityChapter 15: The Geography of Economic Activity and AgricultureChapter 16: Geographies of Production and ConsumptionChapter 17: Distribution and TransportationChapter 18: Development and Geography