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From the PublisherThis book provides an accessible understanding of how and why population geography has developed as it has, and convincingly demonstrates the relevance and need for the subject in the early part of the twenty-first century.
Population, Space and Place
"Each chapter is clearly structured and contains useful illustrative material ... This book should be required reading for all undergraduates and school students, so that they might better understand some of the major processes at work that will profoundly affect their own lives in the coming decades, whether this is ageing populations, people trafficking, migration policies, emerging diseases, fertility control, resource pressure and so on."
"Making Population Geography is well crafted for those interested in both gaining rapid exposure to depth and breadth of population geography research and receiving a very current assessment of the field's potential and import."
Samuel M. Otterstrom, The Professional Geographer, 60:1, 2008