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Changing Geography: Citizen, state and nation

David Storey

  • Series Editor: John Bale
  • Pages: 48
  • ISBN: 978-1-84377-094-7
  • Published: 2003


Changing Geography will introduce your A-level students to concepts and ideas from current research in higher education, giving them fresh themes for their project work and enabling more students to reach the highest grades. Contemporary case studies, suggestions for imaginative projects, pacy design and full colour illustrations will guarantee their appeal to the 16-19 age group.

Covering areas that tend to be excluded from conventional 16-19 texts, the titles in this new series will also bridge the gap between school and university geography and prepare your students for the type of work they will encounter during their university studies. Changing Geography aims to take post-16 geography right into the mainstream of geographical thinking.

This book encourages students to explore the idea of the state and the concept of national identity and globalisation. Issues of culture, belonging, inequality and exclusion underpin the discussion, and contemporary thinking in human geography is applied to them.


Editors' preface

Chapter 1: Citizenship, Inclusion and Exclusion
Chapter 2: The State
Chapter 3: The Nation
Chapter 4: Globalisation, State and Nation
Chapter 5: Global World, Global Citizenship

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