Human and Economic Geography by Gillian C. Morgan, Cheng Leong Goh
  

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Human and Economic Geography by Gillian C. Morgan, Cheng Leong Goh

An ideal reference book for A Level students. Much emphasis has been placed on conditions and problems in developing countries and wherever possible regional examples have been quoted to illustrate general points. At the same time a world-wide coverage has been maintained to allow students to compare between developing and advanced countries. * 'Discussion Points' focus on points of topical interest or on particular problems * 'Special Topics' highlight the existing factors influencing the patterns of distribution of various types of economic activity * Exercises and questions to consolidate knowledge * A list of updated past examination questions at the end of every chapter * Key words and phrases are printed in bold type

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Format

Paperback
688 pages

Author

Gillian C. Morgan, Cheng Leong Goh
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

26th August 1982

ISBN

9780195828160


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