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The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography (10th Edition)
by:James M. Rubenstein
James Rubenstein's bestselling book, The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography makes complex concepts about human geography accessible through its practical approach, which addresses contextual themes. The book teaches geography by giving emphasis to its connection to human problems. It also establishes the relationship between culture...
James Rubenstein's bestselling book, The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography makes complex concepts about human geography accessible through its practical approach, which addresses contextual themes. The book teaches geography by giving emphasis to its connection to human problems. It also establishes the relationship between culture and geography as well as geography and globalization. Rubenstein keeps the book relevant through his multifaceted approach and clear, organized presentation. The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography (10th Edition) ISBN 9780321677358 offers insights on a wide range of topics that link to geography, like population and migration, as well as folk and pop culture, religion, language, and ethnicity. Political geography is another interesting topic in focus, along with development, agriculture, industry, services, and urban patterns. This reference book is suitable for those who want to study human geography in a deeper and more contextual sense. It is an exciting narrative about the connection and relationship between geography, culture, globalization, and society, and how geography affects various societal, global, and cultural elements. Author James Rubenstein holds a PhD from John Hopkins University. His book, The French New Towns was an adaptation of his dissertation, which centers on French urban planning. He is an accomplished professor at the Miami University, teaching various courses on human geography and urban geography. He conducts research, and continuously develops textbooks on geography and the automotive industry. Among his most popular titles include The Changing US Auto Industry: A Geographical Analysis and Who Really Made Your Car? Restructuring and Geographic Change in the Auto Industry.
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