Geography: its scope and spirit / Jan O.M. Broek ; with a concluding chapter suggesting methods for elementary and secondary teachers, by Raymond H. Muessig and Vincent R. Rogers.

Columbus, Ohio : C.E. Merrill Books, [1965] .

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Subjects Geografie.
Geography -- Study and teaching.
Series Social science seminar series.
Description xii, 116 pages : maps ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes "Suggested readings": pages 7-9.
Contents 1. Geographic thought and practice -- Value of geography -- Geography's position amidst the sciences -- The meaning of "place" -- Careers in geography -- 2. Development of geographic thought -- Geography in antiquity -- Middle Ages and Renaissance -- Beginnings of modern geography -- Divergent views in the late nineteenth century -- 3. Modern viewpoints in geography -- The humanistic viewpoint -- The social-cultural approach -- The historical dimension -- Facets of location -- 4. Some research themes -- Geographic aspects of population -- Urban geography -- The world in order -- 5. The methods of geography -- The regional method -- Quantitative techniques -- The use of maps -- 6. The essence of geography -- Basic concepts -- Dichotomies in geography -- Means and end -- 7. Suggested methods for teachers / Raymond H. Muessig, Vincent R. Rogers.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)492130
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WorldCat Identities Broek, Jan Otto Marius, 1904-1974.
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