By Peter Daniels, Michael Bradshaw, Denis Shaw, James Sidaway
Comprehensively revised, the 3rd variation of this general textual content offers a world evaluate of the key themes inside human geography and is an important textbook for undergraduate scholars taking classes in geography and similar disciplines. Features: complete color presentation brings out the power and color of the folks and locations Re-enforced social, cultural and environmental assurance extra serious insurance and bigger forex with the most recent controversies, debates and scorching issues extra on key phenomena in twenty first century lifestyles - the social creation of nature, international construction networks, carrier economies and the second one international shift. An leading edge web site helps the textual content at www.booksites.net/daniels A persisted variety of pedagogical beneficial properties that support make clear, expand and practice figuring out, together with ‘Spotlight’ containers that supply deeper research of a key subject or notion, and ‘Thematic’ case stories that illustrate a real-world subject or instance
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But how far we can control those changes, or keep them within acceptable limits, is a more difficult question. A further important point is that Aborigines, Inuit and other indigenous peoples (those peoples native to a particular territory that was later colonized, particularly by Europeans) have recently been asserting their rights. For example, Australian Aborigines have asserted their right to be recognized as part of the Australian national identity, pointing out that the story of Australia does not begin with Captain Cook’s landing in 1788, as the whites have so often assumed, since the Aborigines were in Australia long before.
There is no doubt that introductory textbooks do not always travel well. This is because they are often designed for a particular educational system; but more because they also reflect a specific version of what is important in the world and what constitutes human geography. In addressing this problem, we have sought to produce a textbook that offers an issue-oriented introduction to human geography. The major sections focus on important issues facing the world at the beginning of the twenty-first century, but they also relate to major sub-disciplines in human geography.
One of the attractions of such models has no doubt been their tendency to suggest that the West is the most ‘developed’ and thus most ‘progressive’ part of the world and, by implication, the best. But quite apart from the questionable assumption that all societies are seeking to imitate the West, this raises important issues about the meaning of ‘progress’ and ‘development’, two terms that certainly carry very positive connotations in the West. For example, while those parts of the world usually deemed most developed and wealthiest certainly use most energy and enjoy access to more material goods, they also make huge demands on the environment, perhaps ultimately to everyone’s undoing.