McGraw-Hill Higher Education; 15th edition
The 15th edition of Getis’ Introduction to Geography (PDF), which was written to simply and concisely convey the nature of the science of geography, its logical problems, and the logical interconnections of its elements, was just published. Even if students never take another class in geography, they will have been exposed to the depth and breadth of the subject, and they will have gained new comprehensions and insights that will help them in both their current and future responsibilities as informed adults. This most recent updated version, the 15th one, provides students in higher education with content and scope of the subfields of geography, emphasizes the book’s unifying themes, and provides the framework for additional work in their areas of interest. A beneficial textbook must have an organization that is adaptable enough to permit an educator to modify it to fit the requirements of a given course with regard to both the amount of time allotted and the subject matter covered. This ebook may be used in a full-year introduction to geography if it is used as a point of departure for exceptional topics and amplifications introduced by the instructor or if it is accompanied by additional readings and class projects. Even though Getis Introduction to Geography 15e is designed with a one-quarter or one-semester course in mind, it is possible to use this ebook in a full-year introduction to geography.
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