Originally published between 1972 and 1996 the 19 diverse volumes in this set cover key areas of human geography such as: transport, development, health, defence, the media, recreation & leisure, politics, poverty and wealth. Written by international authors including Jacquelin Burgess, John Gold, Robin Haynes, Keith Hoggart, Andrew Kirby, Paul Knox, Nurit Kliot and Stanley Waterman, specific volumes focus on Scotland, the UK, Western Europe, Tanzania and the USA.
Table of Contents
1. The Geography of defence 2. Rural settlement in an urban world 3. Geography, the media & popular culture 4. The geography of recreation and leisure 5. The geography of sea transport 6. Behavioral problems in geography revisited 7. Institutions and geographical patterns 8. The geographer at work 9. The geography of health services in Britain 10. Rural development 11. The politics of location 12. Pluralism and political geography 13. The geography of Western Europe 14. The Development Process 15. Medical Geography 16. Nation, State and Territory 17. The Geography of United States Poverty 18. Geography and Political Power 19. Gaelic Scotland