Human Geography

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'Human Geography' has been defined as the synthetic study of the relationship between human societies and their environment. This new edition of Human Geography is a textbook for sociology and geography students at the university level. It is primarily designed to introduce the discipline in a social science perspective, while identifying the role of man in shaping the face of the earth.

This edition has been revised thoroughly to include extensive updates in all the chapters. Two new chapters—'Agricultural Systems of the World' and 'Minerals and Manufacturing'—have been added. Documented with hundreds of maps and diagrams, dozens of tables and plates, this book will be of immense help to students, teachers, and researchers alike. As with previous editions, the book retains its comprehensive coverage that has made it an indispensable resource for students.