Agricultural geography changed dramatically during the last decades of the 20th century, reflecting the transformation of the farming industry itself. This text embraces these changes, applying ideas and methods from contemporary social science.
Part of the Key Concepts in Human Geography series, this is a companion text dedicated to economic geography presenting 23 key concepts and demonstrating their historical roots and contemporary applications.
Examines the nature and causes of global inequality and analyzes contemporary approaches to economic development across the third world. This book lets you gain an understanding of the interacting dynamics of culture, gender, race, and class. It illustrates how people in the global South are experiencing and contesting the forces of globalization.