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The conceptual revolution in geography; edited by Wayne K. D. Davies.

London, University of London Press, 1972.
ISBN 0340115068

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Mullen Library stacks
G70.D25 C7 Available Request
Subjects Geography -- Methodology.
Description 416 p. illus., maps. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Davies, W. K. D. Theory, science and geography.--Blaut, J. M. Space and process.--Stoddart, D. R. Darwin's impact on geography.--Lowenthal, D. Geography, experience, and imagination: towards a geographical epistemology.--Matley, I. M. The Marxist approach to the geographical environment.--Burton, I. The quantitative revolution and theoretical geography.--Lewis, P. W. Three related problems in the formulation of laws in geography.--Golledge, R. and Amedeo, D. On laws in geography.--Chorley, R. J. Geography and analogue theory.--Grigg, D. The logic of regional systems.--Berry, B. J. L. Approaches to regional analysis: a synthesis.--Ackerman, E. Where is a research frontier?--Chorley, R. J. Geomorphology and general systems theory.--Stoddart, D. R. Geography and the ecological approach: the ecosystem as a geographic principle and method.--Berry, B. J. L. Cities as systems within systems of cities.--Curry, L. Chance and landscape.--Olsson, G. and Gale, S. Spatial theory and human behavior.--Wolpert, J. Behavioral aspects of the decision to migrate.--Golledge, R. G. and Brown, L. A. Search, learning, and the market decision process.--Berry, B. J. L. Interdependency of spatial structure and spatial behavior: a general field theory formulation.
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