Understanding Cultural Geography by Jon Anderson
This new and comprehensive book presents a comprehensive introduction to cultural geography. It combines a wide range of theories and practices of discipline by saying that the primary focus of…
Understanding Cultural Geography synopsis
This new and comprehensive book presents a comprehensive introduction to culturalgeography. It combines a wide range of theories and practices of discipline by saying that the primary focus of culturalgeography is place. The book builds an accessible and attractive combination of this important concept by saying that this place must be understood as a continuous combination of effects.
The book presents specific chapters that define the history of culturalgeography, before and after representation, as well as the methods and techniques of practicing culturalgeography. It investigates the places and effects of corporate, national and ethnic capitalism, youth culture and the place of the body. During these chapters, the study examples will be used to illustrate how these places are taken and made by certain cultures.
Examples include the Freedom Tower in New York City, the Berlin Wall, the Gaza Strip, the Panksi writings, and anti-capitalist protest movements. The book discusses the role of power in the setting of cultural places, as well as the ethical dimensions of the work of culturalgeography.Understanding CulturalGeography: Places and Archeology offer an extensive overview of culturalgeography, and are ideal for students who are enrolled in specialization through undergraduate or postgraduate courses.
The book summarizes how theoretical ideas, experimental wells, and methodological techniques of culturalgeography illuminate and reflect where we live and contribute. This is a timely compilation designed to incorporate a broad foundation of knowledge and thus prove to be invaluable for lecturers and academics alike..
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