The cognition of geographic space / (Acc. D2108)

by Kitchin, Rob. Published by : I. B Tauris, (New York :) Physical details: vii, 241 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. ISBN:9781860647055. Year: 2002 Item type: Sustainable Development
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This engaging book looks at how humans think and behave in geographic space. The authors analyze what people know about spatial geographical relationships, and how this knowledge is used in everyday life. They synthesize a variety of perspectives from various disciplines, providing a critical appraisal of geographic space. In doing so, the authors put forth new ideas and theories concerning cognitive mapping, and outline an agenda for future research.

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