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  • Geomorphic instability of small streams subjected to rapid urbanization in coastal Nigeria
  • 2008
  • Manufacturing rural finance in Asia : institutional assemblages, market societies, entrepreneurial subjects
  • 2008
  • Neoliberalising subjects : the legacy of New Labour's construction of social exclusion in local governance
  • 2008
  • of landscape as a subject of geographical research from the aspect of specificity, uniqueness, individuality, wholeness, harmony and balance. - (IKR)
  • 2008
  • Methodology of automated determination and analysis of the characteristic summit's shapes as upper part of rising ground was developed. Mountaineers determine them subjectively according to topographical, geomorphic and mountaineering criteria
  • 2008
  • The paper presents fragments of the research held between 2005 and 2008 among secondary school students from 11 towns located on the Vistula River. The subject of the research was their perception of the River. Tested were: pupils’ associations
  • 2008
  • Landscape protection is one of important tasks in implementation of sustainable development policy. Landscape is subject of protection both as an element of heritage and as a public good. In Poland there are two approaches to protection of the most
  • 2008
  • The AIDS pandemic is transforming family life for many children and prompting concerns about the potential breakdown of social reproduction. In light of this pandemic, ways have been subjected in which schools could further substitute
  • 2008
  • with regard to subject areas concerning sustainable development, values of space, and increasing the public awareness of both. The paper discusses the options, tendencies and potential obstacles towards the implementation of those topics into geography as well
  • 2008
  • In Hungary, requirements and conditions of different kind and importance, objective and subjective, strict or soft have always been set for settlements in the preparation process of the proclamation of urban status. The requirements and conditions
  • 2008
  • Contribution à la réflexion géographique sur l'évolution du tourisme contemporain. Tourisme et voyage représentent des processus de formation de l'identité subjective, qui se constitue par une série de tensions et paradoxes typiques des matérialités
  • 2008
  • Bedrock surfaces in the Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas, exposed by spillway construction and which had not been previously subjected to surface weathering environments, developed 15-20 cm thick soil covers in less than 3 decades. The results suggest
  • 2008
  • of the guidelines will be the introduction of two stages and two subjects of teachers’ studies, removing obstacles limiting mobility of students and academic workers, and cooperation in ensuring the suitable quality of education. The initial research shows
  • . Besides the suggested organizational and programming changes, crucial will be determination of the influence of these changes on developments of knowledge and professional competences, and preparation for teaching two subjects in order to achieve
  • 2008
  • The article presents a study on correlation between post-primary education level and GDP per capita in Oceania. Subject to analysis were changes in secondary and tertiary education enrolment rates as well as GDP per capita of countries
  • 2008
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP), where all the subjects, including geography, are taught in English. This paper proposes methodology for research on effectiveness of geography teaching in IB DP and in Polish secondary school curriculum
  • 2008
  • The subject of the article is historical influence of changing forms and intensity of human activities on course, structure, density and dynamics of tree line and field-forest boundary in the High Bieszczady Mountains in the last 150 years. Spatial
  • 2008
  • The impreciseness and arbitrary character of the notions of island and continent have been the subject of many debates. Most researchers agree that unique features of an island include isolation and significant linkages between the economy and life
  • 2008
  • of geographical and historical textbooks as a grammar school teacher, he is by means of presenting the contents more a serious scientist than a teacher. His dealing with the subject was systematic and profound, based on the latest scientific conclusions
  • 2008
  • The AA. pursues the idea that large and small metropolitan areas are subject to different dynamics. This idea is considered in the light of the emerging cognitive-cultural economy in the USA. One main body of empirical evidence is focused
  • 2008
  • Aeolian sediment systems are extensive components of the Earth's surface, not just in today's active desert environments, but in coastal locations and as presently stable loess and peri-desert ergs. All these systems are subject to potentially
  • 2008