The Geography of South Africa

The Geography of South Africa

Author: Jasper Knight

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319949741

Page: 326

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This edited collection examines contemporary directions in geographical research on South Africa.

This edited collection examines contemporary directions in geographical research on South Africa. It encompasses a cross section of selected themes of critical importance not only to the discipline of Geography in South Africa, but also of relevance to other areas of the Global South. All chapters are original contributions, providing a state of the art research baseline on key themes in physical, human and environmental geography, and in understanding the changing geographical landscapes of modern South Africa. These contributions set the scene for an understanding of the relationships between modern South Africa and the wider contemporary world, including issues of sustainable development and growth in the Global South.



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