|Title:||Central Themes, Concepts, and Methodologies of Geography|
|Abstract:||Geography as a discipline is one of the oldest fields of learning. The organization of the multi-faceted physical and human features over the earth space is generally seen as the primary focus of geographical enquiry, hence the common designation of geography as a subject that deals with spatial organization. This chapter provides a good definition of the key themes, concepts and methodologies of geography and elucidates the basic concerns and procedures of the discipline. The significance of this Chapter is that it provides the disciplinary context for the various topical issues addressed in subsequent chapters of this book.|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography|
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