Re-issuing books originally published between 1969 and 1990 this set of 15 volumes gives a 20 year perspective on the development of the discipline of social geography. The books emphasize the increasingly important contribution of geographical theory to the understanding of social change, values, economic and political organization and ethical imperatives. The volumes are authored by well-known international geographers and discuss the philosophy and sociology of geography as well as key themes such as the geography of health, crime, space. They also examine the cross-over of geography with other disciplines, such as literature and history.
1. The Power of Place 2. The Makers of Modern Geography 3. The Geography of Crime 4. The Geography of the National Health 5. The Social Geography of Medicine and Health 6. The Future of Geography 7. Geography Since the Second World War 8. Regional Geography 9. Remaking Human Geography 10. The Changing Nature of Geography 11. The Scope of Geography 12. David Harvey's Geography 13. Humanistic Geography and Literature 14. The Power of Geography 15.Humanistic Geography