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Population Geography

Population Geography Book
Author : Mohammad Izhar Hassan
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Release : 2020-04-28
ISBN : 1000057755
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Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This book studies the origins and development of population geography as a discipline. It explores the key concepts, tools and statistical and demographic techniques that are widely employed in the analysis of population. The chapters in this book: Provide a comprehensive geographical account of population attributes in the world, with a particular focus on India; Study the three major components of population change – fertility, mortality and migration – that have remained somewhat neglected in the study of human geography so far; Examine the salient social, demographic and economic characteristics of population, along with topics such as size, distribution and growth of population; Discuss major population theories, policies and population–development–environment interrelations, thus marking a significant departure from the traditional pattern-oriented approach. Well supplemented with figures, maps and tables, this key text will be an indispensable read for students, researchers and teachers of human geography, demography, anthropology, sociology, economics and population studies.

Population Geography

Population Geography Book
Author : John I. Clarke
Publisher : Elsevier
Release : 2013-10-22
ISBN : 1483161404
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Population Geography, Second Edition focuses on the relationships between population distribution and environment. This book aims to introduce population study, explain the geographical approach, and suggest a frame on which to hang regional studies of population. This edition begins by defining population geography, followed by a discussion on the types and problems of data and world distribution of population. The measures of population density and distribution, urban and rural populations, patterns of fertility and mortality, and migrations are elaborated. The patterns of population composition that includes age-structure, sex-composition, marital status, families and households, economic composition, nationality, language, religion, and ethnic composition are also considered. This text concludes with a discussion on population growth and resources. This publication is intended as an introduction to population study for geographers.

Population Geography

Population Geography Book
Author : Huw Roland Jones
Publisher : Guilford Press
Release : 1990-12-15
ISBN : 9780898624649
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Illustrated with a wide range of case studies drawn from all parts of the world, POPULATION GEOGRAPHY clearly depicts the cause-and-effect links between demographic change and the socio-economic transformation of societies. Providing timely information in a clear and accessible style, the text is an ideal classroom text for instructors who are introducing their students to the topic of population geography.

Population Geography

Population Geography Book
Author : K. Bruce Newbold
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Release : 2017-02-15
ISBN : 1442265329
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This compact and accessible text provides a comprehensive, issue-oriented introduction to population geography. First grounding students in the fundamentals, Bruce Newbold then explains the tools and techniques commonly used to describe and understand population concepts using real-world issues and events. Drawing on both U.S. and international cases, he explores such pressing concerns as HIV/AIDS, international migration, refugee movements, fertility, mortality, resource scarcity, and conflict. Every chapter includes both methods and focus sections to provide a more in-depth discussion of the ideas and concepts developed in the book. In addition, a wide array of maps, tables, and figures illustrate and enhance the cases. Newbold highlights the geographical perspective—with its ability to provide powerful insights and bridge disparate issues—by emphasizing the roles of space and place, location, regional differences, and diffusion. Arguing that an understanding of population is essential to prepare for the future, this cogent text will provide upper-division undergraduates with a thorough grasp of the field.

An Introduction to Population Geographies

An Introduction to Population Geographies Book
Author : Holly R. Barcus,Keith Halfacree
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2017-09-01
ISBN : 1135145997
File Size : 54,6 Mb
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An Introduction to Population Geographies provides a foundation to the incredibly diverse, topical and interesting field of twenty-first-century population geography. It establishes the substantive concerns of the subdiscipline, acknowledges the sheer diversity of its approaches, key concepts and theories and engages with the resulting major areas of academic debate that stem from this richness. Written in an accessible style and assuming little prior knowledge of topics covered, yet drawing on a wide range of diverse academic literature, the book’s particular originality comes from its extended definition of population geography that locates it firmly within the multiple geographies of the life course. Consequently, issues such as childhood and adulthood, family dynamics, ageing, everyday mobilities, morbidity and differential ability assume a prominent place alongside the classic population geography triumvirate of births, migrations and deaths. This broader framing of the field allows the book to address more holistically aspects of lives across space often provided little attention in current textbooks. Particular note is given to how these lives are shaped though hybrid social, biological and individual arenas of differential life course experience. By engaging with traditional quantitative perspectives and newer qualitative insights, the authors engage students from the quantitative macro scale of population to the micro individual scale. Aimed at higher-level undergraduate and graduate students, this introductory text provides a well-developed pedagogy, including case studies that illustrate theory, concepts and issues.

Making Population Geography

Making Population Geography Book
Author : Adrian Bailey
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2014-05-01
ISBN : 1444119192
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Making Population Geography is a lively account of the intellectual history of population geography, arguing that, while population geography may drift in and out of fashion, it must continue to supplement its demographic approach with a renewed emphasis on cultural and political accounts of compelling population topics, such as HIV-AIDS, sex trafficking, teen pregnancy, citizenship and global ageing, in order for it to shed light on contemporary society. Making Population Geography draws both on the writings of those like Wilbur Zelinsky and Pat Gober who were at the very epicentre of spatial science in the 1960s and those like Michael Brown and Yvonne Underhill-Sem whose post-punk introspections of method, content and purpose, now push the field in new directions. Using a wide range of case studies, contemporary examples and current research, the book links the rise and fall of the key concepts in population geography to the changing social and economic context and to geographys turn towards social theory. Referencing the authors classroom experiences both in the US and the UK, Making Population Geography will appeal to students studying geography, population issues and the development of critical scholarship.

Population Geography Progress Prospect Routledge Revivals

Population Geography  Progress   Prospect  Routledge Revivals  Book
Author : Michael Pacione
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2013-10-14
ISBN : 1134599854
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First published in 1986, this book presents a comprehensive overview of the contemporary state of knowledge in the field of population geography. It discusses the contemporary state of the art and surveys new research developments and new thinking in the major branches of the subject. It thereby provides an introductory guide to contemporary trends and forms a reference point for future development in the subject.

Population Geography

Population Geography Book
Author : Mohammad Izhar Hassan
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Release : 2020-04-28
ISBN : 1000057852
File Size : 21,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This book studies the origins and development of population geography as a discipline. It explores the key concepts, tools and statistical and demographic techniques that are widely employed in the analysis of population. The chapters in this book: Provide a comprehensive geographical account of population attributes in the world, with a particular focus on India; Study the three major components of population change – fertility, mortality and migration – that have remained somewhat neglected in the study of human geography so far; Examine the salient social, demographic and economic characteristics of population, along with topics such as size, distribution and growth of population; Discuss major population theories, policies and population–development–environment interrelations, thus marking a significant departure from the traditional pattern-oriented approach. Well supplemented with figures, maps and tables, this key text will be an indispensable read for students, researchers and teachers of human geography, demography, anthropology, sociology, economics and population studies.

Population Geography

Population Geography Book
Author : S. A. Qazi
Publisher : APH Publishing
Release : 2010
ISBN : 9788176489935
File Size : 32,5 Mb
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Download Population Geography book written by S. A. Qazi and published by APH Publishing with total hardcover pages 354 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Promotion

Promotion Book
Author : Richard E. Stanley
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Release : 1982
ISBN : 9780137308958
File Size : 31,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Download Promotion book written by Richard E. Stanley and published by Prentice Hall with total hardcover pages 426 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Contemporary Research in Population Geography

Contemporary Research in Population Geography Book
Author : John Stillwell,Henk J. Scholten
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release : 2012-12-06
ISBN : 9400910258
File Size : 28,6 Mb
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Significant changes have occured in the structural composition and geographical distribu tion of the populations of North West European countries during the 1970's and 1980's. Whilst the subject matter of this volume reflects many of the important themes of research activity that have preoccupied British and Dutch spatial demographers and population geographers over the last decade, the structure of the book aims to facilitate comparison of those selected themes between the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. The book has gradually taken shape over the period of time since the conference in Oxford, in 1986, when the contents were first presented. We are very grateful for the assistance that we have received during the production process from Marjie Salisbury, Tim Hadwin and John Dixon at the School of Geography, University of Leeds; from Annemieke Perquin at the National Physical Planning Agency in The Hague; and from Evert Meijer, Elmy Heuvelmans and Berry van Houten at GEODAN in Amsterdam. We also wish to acknowledge the contributions to the field of population geography that have been made in recent years by John Coward, who died so tragically in the Ke gworth air disaster earlier this year.

Population Health Intervention Research

Population Health Intervention Research Book
Author : Daniel W. Harrington,Sara McLafferty,Susan J. Elliott
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2016-07-22
ISBN : 1317077830
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Health geographers are well situated for undertaking population health intervention research (PHIR), and have an opportunity to be at the forefront of this emerging area of inquiry. However, in order to advance PHIR, the scientific community needs to be innovative with its methodologies, theories, and ability to think critically about population health issues. For example, using alternatives (e.g. community-based participatory research) to traditional study designs such as the randomised control trial, health geographers can contribute in important ways to understanding the complex relationships between population health (both intended and unintended consequences), interventions and place. Representing a diverse array of health concerns ranging across chronic and infectious diseases, and research employing varied qualitative and quantitative methodologies, the contributions to this book illustrate how geographic concepts and approaches have informed the design and planning of intervention(s) and/or the evaluation of health impacts. For example, the authors argue that geographically targeting interventions to places of high-need and tailoring interventions to local place contexts are critically important for intervention success. Including an afterword by Professor Louise Potvin, this book will appeal to researchers interested in population and public/community health and epidemiology as well as health geography.

International Encyclopedia of Geography 15 Volume Set

International Encyclopedia of Geography  15 Volume Set Book
Author : Noel Castree,Michael F. Goodchild,Audrey Kobayashi,Weidong Liu,Richard A. Marston
Publisher : Wiley-Blackwell
Release : 2017-03-20
ISBN : 9780470659632
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Representing the definitive reference work for this broad and dynamic field, The International Encyclopedia of Geography arises from an unprecedented collaboration between Wiley and the American Association of Geographers (AAG) to review and define the concepts, research, and techniques in geography and interrelated fields. Available as a robust online resource and as a 15-volume full-color print set, the Encyclopedia assembles a truly global group of scholars for a comprehensive, authoritative overview of geography around the world. Contains more than 1,000 entries ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 words offering accessible introductions to basic concepts, sophisticated explanations of complex topics, and information on geographical societies around the world Assembles a truly global group of more than 900 scholars hailing from over 40 countries, for a comprehensive, authoritative overview of geography around the world Provides definitive coverage of the field, encompassing human geography, physical geography, geographic information science and systems, earth studies, and environmental science Brings together interdisciplinary perspectives on geographical topics and techniques of interest across the social sciences, humanities, science, and medicine Features full color throughout the print version and more than 1,000 illustrations and photographs Annual updates to online edition

Population and Development

Population and Development Book
Author : W.T.S. Gould
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2008-11-19
ISBN : 1134326513
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Population and Development addresses important issues at the heart of the problems of developing countries. How these countries address the common difficulties of population growth, including mortality and fertility decline, population redistribution including internal migration and urbanization, and also international migration, for both source countries and for destination countries. How and why has population change affected development – both positively and negatively? How and why has development affected population change – both growth and distribution? The book opens with an introduction, preceding the ten substantive chapters, covering some of the broader issues for population studies and development studies and the relationships between them. The first three chapters set out the main concepts and theoretical discussions on how population affects development and also how development affects population. Detailed chapters then cover each of the three main components of population change – fertility, mortality and finally migration. These are followed by chapters on the impacts of age structures, including the potential for a demographic dividend, and of the more qualitative aspects of human resource development through formal education and ICTs, with further chapters on population policies and population futures. The book incorporates illustrative text boxes and case studies on regions in Africa, the Middle East and Asia which elaborate the broader theoretical and conceptual substance of the ten major chapters. Each chapter has ‘Discussion Questions’ and ‘Sources and Further Reading’ sections, and there is an extensive integrated References section. The arguments of the book bring together a large but fairly loosely integrated literature from population studies, development studies and geography in a conceptually coordinated, empirically wide-ranging and challenging discussion. It is targeted at an audience in undergraduate courses in Geography and in Masters courses in Development Studies and Population Studies. The books succinct but erudite structure means it can be used either as a course text book, or as a basic reference on a range of current issues and likely concerns at the interface between Geography, Development Studies and Population Studies.

Geography and Population

Geography and Population Book
Author : John Innes Clarke
Publisher : Pergamon
Release : 1984
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 27,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Arising from the activities of the International Geographical Union's Commission on Population Geography, this volume reveals the variety of approaches and applications of population geography over time and space. It is unique in that it demonstrates how the subject has evolved and diversified, particularly since mid-century. Containing papers by 27 authors from 15 countries, the work is truly international in scope.

Population Geography

Population Geography Book
Author : Mohammad Izhar Hassan
Publisher : Routledge Chapman & Hall
Release : 1920-05-18
ISBN : 9780367441548
File Size : 45,5 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This book studies the origins and development of population geography as a discipline. It explores the key concepts, tools, and statistical and demographic techniques that are widely employed in the analysis of population. The chapters in this book: Provide a comprehensive geographical account of population attributes in the world, with a particular focus on India; Study the three major components of population change -- fertility, mortality, and migration -- that have remained somewhat neglected in the study of human geography so far; Examine the salient social, demographic, and economic characteristics of population, along with topics such as size, distribution and growth of population; Discuss major population theories, policies, and population-development-environment interrelations, thus marking a significant departure from the traditional pattern-oriented approach. Well supplemented with figures, maps, and tables, this key text will be an indispensable read for students, researchers and teachers of human geography, demography, anthropology, sociology, economics, and population studies

Six Billion Plus

Six Billion Plus Book
Author : K. Bruce Newbold
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Release : 2006-05-25
ISBN : 1461642701
File Size : 48,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This balanced text offers a concise and readable introduction to world population growth and its implications for the future. With a population currently exceeding six billion and expected to reach ten billion by mid-century, the globe faces a demographic situation that is now more critical than ever before. While the developed world grapples with the problems of an aging and declining population, the developing world will contend with the opposite dilemma of explosive growth. And so the strongest factors shaping the global environment in the decades to come will include population fertility, the social and economic impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, legal and illegal immigration, and refugees. The implications are enormous as population growth exacerbates food and resource scarcities, places pressure on institutions, and promotes the potential for conflict. Drawing on a geographical perspective and using examples from around the world, this fully updated edition will be an invaluable resource for all readers concerned with the intertwined issues of population, environment, and health.

A Geography of Population World Patterns

A Geography of Population  World Patterns Book
Author : Glenn Thomas Trewartha
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release : 1969
ISBN : 0987650XXX
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Download A Geography of Population World Patterns book written by Glenn Thomas Trewartha and published by John Wiley & Sons with total hardcover pages 200 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Population of Ghana 1850 1960

Population of Ghana  1850 1960 Book
Author : E. V. T. Engmann
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1986
ISBN : 0987650XXX
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Download Population of Ghana 1850 1960 book written by E. V. T. Engmann and published by with total hardcover pages 324 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Population Geography and the Developing Countries

Population Geography and the Developing Countries Book
Author : John Innes Clarke
Publisher : Pergamon
Release : 1971
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 29,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Download Population Geography and the Developing Countries book written by John Innes Clarke and published by Pergamon with total hardcover pages 304 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

Demography at the Edge

Demography at the Edge Book
Author : Assoc Prof Rasmus Ole Rasmussen,Mr Andrew Taylor,Professor Dean Carson,Professor Lee Huskey,Professor Prescott C. Ensign
Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Release : 2012-11-28
ISBN : 140949005X
File Size : 37,5 Mb
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Addressing the methodological and topical challenges facing demographers working in remote regions, this book compares and contrasts the research, methods and models, and policy applications from peripheral regions in developed nations. With the emphasis on human populations as dynamic, adaptive, evolving systems, it explores how populations respond in different ways to changing environmental, cultural and economic conditions and how effectively they manage these change processes. Theoretical understandings and policy issues arising from demographic modelling are tackled including: competition for skilled workers; urbanisation and ruralisation; population ageing; the impacts of climate change; the life outcomes of Indigenous peoples; globalisation and international migration. Based on a strong theoretical framework around issues of heterogeneity, generational change, temporariness and the relative strength of internal and external ties, Demography at the Edge provides a common set of approaches and issues that benefit both researchers and practitioners.