3 edition of Seminar on quantitative geography found in the catalog.
Seminar on quantitative geography
|Statement||edited by R. D. MacKinnon and A. J. Scott.|
|Series||Discussion paper - Department of Geography, University of Toronto ; no. 7, Discussion paper (University of Toronto. Dept. of Geography) ;, no. 7.|
|Contributions||MacKinnon, Ross D., ed., Scott, Allen John, ed., University of Toronto.|
|LC Classifications||GA23 .S45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii leaves, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||75302860|
- Ian Harris, Bangor University Key Methods in Geography is an introduction to the principal methodological issues involved in the collection, analysis and presentation of geographical information. It is unique in the reference literature for providing an overview of qualitative and quantitative methods for human and physical geography. quantitative geography is the collection of methods that are applied, or could/can be applied, by geographers and others to study spatial phenomena, issues and problems. Whatever the case, it is clear that geographers have relied heavily on classic quantitative.
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The seminar focuses on tendencies in the development of contemporary trends and methods of scientific geographical studies in Soviet Union and Great Britain. Organized into 16 chapters, this book begins with a discussion on the contemporary British geography and modern Soviet geography.
curricula. At university, standalone quantitative courses can give the impression that quantitative methods are not part of the substantive themes of human geography in particular. (3) Teachers appear less conﬁdent in their knowledge of quantitative methods - especially geospatial technologies - and ﬁnd it less enjoyable to teach.
Integrating a discussion of the application of quantitative methods with practical examples, this book explains the philosophy of the new quantitative methodologies and contrasts them with the methods associated with geography's `Quantitative Revolution' of the s. Representations of quantitative geography, both by practitioners and by others, have tended to associate quantification with empiricism, positivism, and the social and academic status quo.
The quantitative revolution (QR) [n] was a paradigm shift that sought to develop a more rigorous and systematic methodology for the discipline of geography. It came as a response to the inadequacy of regional geography to explain general spatial dynamics.
The main claim for the quantitative revolution is that it led to a shift from a descriptive (idiographic) geography to an empirical law. This paper provides an overview of quantitative geography.
In addition to discussing what quantitative geography is, the paper details the methods that have come to define : Alan T. Murray. Quantitative Geography: The Basics is the perfect introduction for undergraduates beginning any quantitative methods course.
Written in short, user-friendly chapters with full-colour diagrams, the book guides the reader through a wide range of topics from the 5/5(1). `There is a view within some parts of academic geography that what used to be called "quantitative geography" is dead, having been subsumed within "geographical information systems" or else of no continuing interest.
This book should correct this view. First, it shows that quantitative methods have remained an exciting area of development and Cited by: When using this book the reader is asked to abandon temporarily all his preconceived ideas about the scope and content of geography.
He will then be more receptive to the mathematics and statistics introduced in chapters 2 and 3 as an essential basis for material discussed in the rest of the book. The Quantitative Revolution.
Accordingly, many geographers believed that in quantitative geography, they had at last found an approach that would eliminate the ambiguity that seemed to obscure the unifying theme of their discipline. So enthusiastic was their embrace of “number crunching,” that some less devoted to the cause of.
William Wheeler Bunge Jr. (bornLa Crosse, Wisconsin; died OctoCanada) was an American geographer active mainly as a quantitative geographer and spatial theorist. He also became a radical geographer and anti-war activist in the USA and Canada.
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The support of the Trevelyan Fund (Faculty of History) is gratefully acknowledged. The seminar meets on Wednesdays at in Seminar Room 6, Faculty of History. Sandwiches and fruit will be available.
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This is the kind of thing, where an editor gives the book review to a person with a known hostility to a person, that Gould rails about in the Augean period paper, when editors rejected quantitative papers on principle and they had to start a new journal (less .This new and enlarged edition contains extra material on a number of topics, including geography and computers, transformation and combination of date, cluster sampling, the use of surrogates and linear programming.
As in the first edition the authors attempt to give an insight into some of the techniques and underlying concepts of numerical analysis which form such an integral part of modern Cited by: Quantitative and Statistical Approaches to Geography: A Practical Manual is a practical introduction to some quantitative and statistical techniques of use to geographers and related scientists.
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