Geography and Geographers: Anglo-American Human Geography since 1945by R. J. Johnston
A unique survey of the major trends in human geography since 1945 in the English-speaking world, Geography and Geographers is now established as a classic. It focuses on the debates among geographers regarding what their discipline should study, and how that should be done, and draws on a wide reading of the geographical literature produced during a fifty-year period characterised by both massive growth in the number of academic geographers and several very substantial shifts in conceptions of the discipline's scientific rationale.
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