RADICAL GEOGRAPHY: Alternative Viewpoints On Contemporary Social Issues

 
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Book Description Rawat Publications, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. The radical approach in geography developed in the middle 1960s as part of an oppositional politics which coalesced around domestic issues like inequality, racism, sexism, environment, crime, and the opposition to the Vietnam war in USA. Radical geography is the study of the quality of life. It is the quest for social relevance of the discipline of geography. This book is a collection of essays reprinted mainly from Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography and aimed largely at making the works of radical geographers more easily available. It is a highly readable book and deserves to be taken very seriously. Students and teachers of geography will definitely gain something from reading this. Printed Pages: 396. Book. Seller Inventory # 68036BV

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Book Description Rawat Publications, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. The radical approach in geography developed in the middle 1960s as part of an oppositional politics which coalesced around domestic issues like inequality, racism, sexism, environment, crime, and the opposition to the Vietnam war in USA. Radical geography is the study of the quality of life. It is the quest for social relevance of the discipline of geography. This book is a collection of essays reprinted mainly from Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography and aimed largely at making the works of radical geographers more easily available. It is a highly readable book and deserves to be taken very seriously. Students and teachers of geography will definitely gain something from reading this. Printed Pages: 396. Seller Inventory # 68036

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Book Description Rawat Publications, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. The radical approach in geography developed in the middle 1960s as part of an oppositional politics which coalesced around domestic issues like inequality, racism, sexism, environment, crime, and the opposition to the Vietnam war in USA. Radical geography is the study of the quality of life. It is the quest for social relevance of the discipline of geography. This book is a collection of essays reprinted mainly from Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography and aimed largely at making the works of radical geographers more easily available. It is a highly readable book and deserves to be taken very seriously. Students and teachers of geography will definitely gain something from reading this. Printed Pages: 396. Seller Inventory # 68036BV

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Book Description Rawat Publications, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. The radical approach in geography developed in the middle 1960s as part of an oppositional politics which coalesced around domestic issues like inequality, racism, sexism, environment, crime, and the opposition to the Vietnam war in USA. Radical geography is the study of the quality of life. It is the quest for social relevance of the discipline of geography. This book is a collection of essays reprinted mainly from Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography and aimed largely at making the works of radical geographers more easily available. It is a highly readable book and deserves to be taken very seriously. Students and teachers of geography will definitely gain something from reading this. Printed Pages: 396. Seller Inventory # 68036

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