Rather than presenting the global South to students as a set of problems (rapid urbanisation, population growth, poverty etc), this textbook focuses on the diversity of life in the South, and looks at the role it plays in shaping and responding to current global change. The text integrates 'traditional' concerns of development geographers (such as economic development and social inequality) with aspects of the global South usually given less attention (such as cultural identity and political conflict). Divided into four main sections: Representing the global South argues that images of the so.Online: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/ what-we-do/issues-we-work-on/businesses-and -poverty [accessed 17 October 2013]. Pain, R. (2010) a#39;Globalized fear? Towards an emotional geopoliticsa#39;, Progress in Human Geography 33(4): 466a86. ... a#39; INFONAVIT housesa#39;, unpublished paper presented at a#39;Urban Housing in Mexico and South Africa: learning from comparisona#39;, Department of ... Sheffield, 7 June 2013.
|Title||:||Geographies of Developing Areas|
|Author||:||Glyn Williams, Paula Meth, Katie Willis|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-03-21|