Research Methods in Geography - A Critical Introduction

Author:   B Jones ,  John Paul Jones
Publisher:   John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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9781405107112


Pages:   480
Publication Date:   13 April 2010
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   B Jones ,  John Paul Jones
Publisher:   John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Imprint:   Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
Dimensions:   Width: 16.90cm , Height: 2.60cm , Length: 25.50cm
Weight:   0.796kg
ISBN:  

9781405107112


ISBN 10:   1405107111
Pages:   480
Publication Date:   13 April 2010
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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List of Figures. List of Tables. List of Boxes. List of Exercises. Notes on Contributors. Acknowledgments. 1 Introduction (John Paul Jones III and Basil Gomez). Part I Theory and Methodology. 2 Theorizing Our World (Ian Graham Ronald Shaw, Deborah P. Dixon, and John Paul Jones III). 3 Observing Our World (Bruce L. Rhoads and David Wilson). 4 Measurement and Interpretation (Sent Visser and John Paul Jones III). 5 Operational Decisions (Andrew Herod and Kathleen C. Parker). 6 Sampling Our World (Ryan R. Jensen and J. Matthew Shumway). Part II Collecting Data. 7 Physical Landscapes (Michael J. Crozier, Ulrike Hardenbicker, and Basil Gomez). 8 Climates (Julie A. Winkler). 9 Vegetation (Thomas W. Gillespie and Glen M. MacDonald). 10 Remote Sensing (Douglas A. Stow). 11 Secondary Data (Kevin St Martin and Marianna Pavlovskaya). 12 Social Surveys, Interviews, and Focus Groups (Anna J. Secor). 13 Ethnography and Participant Observation (Debbie Allsop, Hannah Allen, Helen Clare, Ian Cook, Hayley Raxter, Christina Upton, and Alice Williams). 14 Cultural Landscapes (Richard H. Schein). 15 Human-Environment Field Study (Paul F. Robbins). Part III Representing and Analyzing. 16 Maps and Diagrams (Stephen P. Hanna). 17 Descriptive Statistics (Sent Visser and John Paul Jones III). 18 Explanatory Statistics (Sent Visser and John Paul Jones III). 19 Mathematical Analysis (Sandra Lach Arlinghaus). 20 Regional Analysis (Gordon F. Mulligan). 21 Modeling (Yvonne Martin and Stefania Bertazzon). 22 Geographic Information Systems (Michael F. Goodchild). 23 Analyzing Meaning (Deborah P. Dixon). Part IV Obligations. 24 The Politics and Ethics of Research (David M. Smith). 25 Writing It Up (Dydia DeLyser). Glossary. Index.

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On the other hand, as a desk reference for graduate students or even many faculty, such inconsistencies are less important - and in that capacity, Research Methods in Geography is a good and accessible resource for current practice in the discipline. (International Planning Studies, 2011) Encompassing both the new-and-trendy and the tried-and-true, this comprehensive 'travel guide' across the discipline's vast and diverse intellectual terrain is remarkable for its breadth, depth, and scope. ?Jonathan D. Phillips, University of Kentucky This vibrant and engaging collection takes students through the research process from conceptual foundations to writing, making this book an ideal guide for those undertaking their first research project. ?Joanne P. Sharp, University of Glasgow This excellent text, giving both a synoptic and detailed treatment of the subject, and written by some of the most respected geographers in the field, will be extremely useful for all flavors of methods courses in geography. It will also be a valuable reference for students and faculty alike, whether in the human geography, physical geography, or geographic information science realm. ?Dawn Wright, Oregon State University


On the other hand, as a desk reference for graduate students or even many faculty, such inconsistencies are less important - and in that capacity, Research Methods in Geography is a good and accessible resource for current practice in the discipline. (International Planning Studies, 2011)


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Basil Gomez is an Editor-in-Chief of the online journal Geography Compass. He has published widely across a number of journals. John Paul Jones III is Professor of Geography and Director of the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona in Tucson. He was the co-founder and co-director of the Committee on Social Theory at the University of Kentucky, where he taught from 1986 to 2003. He is co-editor of the journal Dialogues in Human Geography.

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