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The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography 12th Edition by James M. Rubenstein is now available to read online! In The Cultural Landscape, renowned geographer James M. Rubenstein introduces the key topics and theoretical questions. That defines human geography and guides students through the most significant geographical questions relating to culture from various perspectives—human, physical, historical, political, etc. And gives insight into how cultural landscapes are formed. And change over time as a result of these interactions with humans and the environment that shapes them.

Overview About “The Cultural Landscape An Introduction to Human Geography 12th Edition”

The Cultural Landscape, 12/e takes an interdisciplinary approach to geography. And its subject matter, considering people, places, and environments as dynamic systems. No longer is geography considered a hard science; rather, it is viewed as one of many social sciences. That can be used effectively in understanding human relationships between physical environments and cultural factors, including cultural landscapes themselves. To support student learning in a variety of ways The Cultural Landscape provides each chapter with self-study problems that reinforce key concepts presented in each chapter. These questions may be assigned at any time prior to exams. And can also serve as homework assignments for students taking distance education courses.

The Cultural Landscape An Introduction to Human Geography 12th Edition Chapter 1
The Cultural Landscape An Introduction to Human Geography 12th Edition Chapter 1

Reviews  About “The Cultural Landscape An Introduction to Human Geography 12th Edition”

According to reviews of The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography. It is a comprehensive introduction for students and instructors alike. In terms of structure, it helps them understand and interpret spatial variations throughout human history in regards to cultural diversity, resource availability, technology, political organization, and other aspects of human geography. With its focus on cultural diversity, Rubenstein gives them an understanding of how culture affects our perception of space and environment in different parts of the world as well as how cultural differences, in turn, affect people’s livelihoods.

The Cultural Landscape An Introduction to Human Geography 12th Edition Chapter 2
The Cultural Landscape An Introduction to Human Geography 12th Edition Chapter 2

About “James M. Rubenstein” the Author

James M. Rubenstein is Professor of History at Miami University, a co-author of The Historical Encyclopedia of World Slavery, and General Editor of The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America. He lives in Ohio with his wife and two children. William Farrand Taylor is an associate professor at Georgia State University. His books include Beloved Community: The Cultural Landscape of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream and Freshwater Summers: Life Along Oklahoma’s Mountain Fork River. A native Georgian, he lives in Atlanta with his family.

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