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Department
Geography
Course
GG270
Professor
Margaret Walton- Roberts
Semester
Winter

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GG270 – Jan 21/ 13 Lecture Rethinking Cultural Geography Evolution of Cultural Geography After the Landscape School - the quantitative revolution and the rise of spatial analysis -Marxist social theory - humanist approaches - behaviourist approaches - feminist geography - the cultural turn The Quantitative Revolution and Spatial Analysis - emergence of the technology of the computer aided mapping during WWII - military training of geographers and cartographers, post war expansion of universities + “new rigorism” of Cold War - crisis of the discipline of geography; criticism of ideographic regional geography, in favour of nomothetic - spatial analysis emerged as means to develop universal theory based on logical positivism (the scientific
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