Population, Resources and Development by Jane Chrispin, Francis Jegede
  

Synopsis

Population, Resources and Development by Jane Chrispin, Francis Jegede

A completely revised edition of this popular A level text, which takes into account the most recent developments and research. This book covers: 1. Growth, wealth and happiness 2. Colonialism, dependency and aid 3. Population dynamics and structure 4. Population movements and urbanisation 5. Population policies and food supply 6. Human resources and industrialisation 7. Natural resources and development 8. World trade, commodities and communications 9. Regional development policies 10. Tourism as a development strategy 11. Alternative strategies for development

About the Author

Jane Chrispin is formerly Geography Coordinator, South East Derbyshire College. Dr Francis Jegede is Lecturer in Geography, University of Derby.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Jane Chrispin, Francis Jegede
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

20th July 2000

ISBN

9780003266511


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