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INTRODUCING HUMANISTIC GEOGRAPHY THROUGH FIELDWORK

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One challenge of teaching humanistic geography is to encourage students' responses to landscapes in ways which may be different from their previous experience. Conventional wisdom about successful field teaching suggests that students should be prepared beforehand with the skills and techniques to be employed The author questions how appropriate this is in humanistic geography and the article describes and evaluates an alternative approach using fieldwork as the introductory activity

Topics: L, G
Publisher: CARFAX PUBL CO
OAI identifier: oai:wrap.warwick.ac.uk:20977
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