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  • The world according to a grade 12 teacher - a reflection on what students of geography should know and be able to do
  • Pedagogy ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography ; United States ; View of the world
  • A perspective on the challenges facing secondary school teachers of geography in the USA and the responsibility they have to introduce the totality of the subject to their student in such a way that they develop an informed, spatial view
  • of the world. - (DWG)
  • Quantitative methods in the real world : a consultant's view of practice in Special issue on quantitative methods and policy analysis.
  • The historiography of hunger: changing views on the world food problem 1945-1980
  • Man's impact on river systems: a world-wide view
  • The medieval Japanese view of their country in Languages, paradigms and schools in geography.
  • . The maps and the world view of European put an end to the mediaeval perception of Japan. - (SGA)
  • The A. regards the Middle Ages as the period during which Buddhism won general popularity and had great influence on every aspect of society and culture. Japanese's view of their country was mainly a byproduct of the widespread influence of Buddhism
  • Mental maps of the world: the case of Singapore students
  • Enquiry ; Mental map ; Perception ; Singapore ; Students ; Teaching of geography ; View of the world
  • This project involved data collected between 1985-1987 from more than 3800 students in 52 countries. Not all the countries which were important in Singapore's students' conceptions were reciprocated in the views of students in other countries about
  • Le regard attentif, le regard sélectif: Jean Dresch et Pierre Gourou. Entre monde tropical et tiers monde. in Les géographes, l'action et la politique. (The attentive view and the selective view: Jean Dresch and Pierre Gourou between the Tropical
  • and the Third world)
  • Cultural commitments and world maps
  • Ancient map;Ancient chart ; Cartographical display ; Cartography ; Cartography history ; Historical cartography ; Map projection ; Perception ; View of the world
  • Global scene, natural resources and development problems in the periphery country Finland: some reflections on Ilmari Hustich's world view in (Mélanges en l'honneur d'Ilmari Hustich).
  • The new world disorder : is environmental security the cure ?
  • Author criticizes the two extreme views of environmental security : the pessimist view (the theory of Himalayan environmental degradation) that population is growing while the resource bas eis static or declining and the optimist view (heralded
  • Contested global visions: One-World, Whole-Earth, and the Apollo space photographs
  • Earth's globe ; Geopolitics ; Ideology ; Image ; Modernism ; Perception ; Photography ; Spatial representation ; View of the world
  • geographical imagination. The A. examines the iconography of the images, and places them in the 20th century cultural contexts of aerial views, airborne photography, and geopolitics.
  • Appraisal of World Reference Base for soil resources - from a nordic point of view
  • The WRB (World Reference Base for Soil Resources) classification of 13 different soils from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, is comparedwith the FAO and Soil Taxonomy classification. This highlighted some of the classification problems
  • Enterprise ; Location ; World
  • of the world (in 2005) from the view of their sector and localisation and a comparison with their rank in 1998. - (AM)
  • During the past seven years the world's greatest enterprises have strenghtened, their weight in economy has grown significantly, and the localisation of their centres has also changed greatly. The article is an analysis of the 500 biggest companies
  • Conceptualising Oceania in the New World disorders
  • Concept ; Geopolitics ; Globalisation ; Oceania ; Pacific Region ; Perception ; Political geography ; View of the world
  • Planning according to the « scientific conception of the world » : the work of Otto Neurath
  • Philosophy of sciences ; Planning ; Socialism ; Urban planning ; View of the world
  • Counting the hungry: world patterns of undernutrition
  • Information upon the extent of world hunger is available in four World Food Surveys covering the period 1934-38 to 1972-74. There are problems in interpreting changes in the extent of the problem over this period due to changes in the methods
  • of measurement and new views on the role of protein. It is possible to calculate whether countries had a deficit or a surplus in relation to requirements for 1934-38, 1961-63 and 1975-77. It is also possible to estimate the proportion of the population
  • undernourished in individual countries in 1975-77. Overall there appears to have been some improvement in the world situation in the post-war period although parts of Africa and South Asia have had declines in consumption in the last two decades.
  • Foreign policy ; Geopolitics ; International relations ; Political geography ; United States ; View of the world
  • A political communication-based view of the American presidency combined with a spatial-temporal framework of global politics provides the methodology for the analysis of presidential speeches. An environmental model, relating presidential behavior
  • Archaeology ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Custom ; Historical geography ; Japan ; Value system ; View of the world
  • The paper explores the structure of cosmographical space as it was conceived, through archaeological evidence, historical written records and comparative study of primitive religion. Several aspects of the ancient world-view continue to influence
  • Transgressing arenas of world views and knowledge. Section two
  • Placing power/siting space: the politics of global and local in the New World Order
  • Economic system ; Geopolitics ; Information ; National territory ; Political geography ; Power ; Social system ; Sovereignty ; State ; View of the world ; World economic order