Human Geography of the UK: An Introduction

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Routledge, 2001 - Social Science - 282 pages
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This new key textbook for introductory courses in human geography provides first and second-year undergraduates with a comprehensive thematic approach to the changing human geography of the UK at the end of the twentieth and beginning of the twenty-first century. Covering local, regional, national, European and global issues, it also explores in some detail topics which are part of the lived experience of undergraduates themselves, such as crime, unemployment, social exclusion and AIDS.

User-friendly textbook features include:
* chapter introductions, summaries and important theoretical principles
* up-to-date further reading and key on-line sources
* case studies, examples and revision questions.

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About the author (2001)

Andrei Codrescu, who lived in socialist Romania until the age of nineteen, has been a commentator on NPR for more than ten years. He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.
David Graham's photographs have appeared in "Life," "The New York Times Magazine "and other publications. He lives in Pennsylvania.

Eleonore Kofman is Professor in the Department of International Studies at Nottingham Trent University.
Elizabeth Lebas is Senior Lecturer in the School of Geography at Middlesex University. Both have researched and written extensively on French urbanization and urban theory.

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