Translation of human geography in Spanish:

human geography

geografía humana, n.

noun

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    geografía humana feminine
    • After completing an honours degree in human geography, Philip managed transport and distribution for a large Sydney-based importer of footwear and other fashion goods.
    • None of these criticisms, however, detract significantly from what is a major contribution to human geography and urban studies.
    • The case study is detailed and will be of interest to those in anthropology, human geography, and related fields.
    • It has affected the human geography of our place more than any other force.
    • There are no street addresses in Iraq because people define the terrestrial geography using human geography.
    • The literature reviewed in these papers is diverse and eclectic - ranging from human geography and economics through to tourism and business.
    • Prefiguring later surges in academic research, he discussed the urban and global spaces of capital, and the politics of human geography.
    • Readers should not turn to these books if they are expecting original essays on key themes in contemporary human geography.
    • Research in human geography and related environmental disciplines has not always done much better.
    • In contrast with other subareas of the discipline, the human geography of the service sector has often remained curiously undersocialized.
    • An expert on human geography has demonstrated significant economic roll-on effects from having only three more families in town.
    • As the great shift from rural to urban living continues, creating alternatives to moving to large urban areas can make a more distributed lifestyle and human geography viable.
    • Such an approach would have permitted an analysis of the relationship between levels of homicides and the development of the California economy and human geography.
    • A quiet and persistent thinking is certainly one virtue that I have tried to exemplify in my own contributions to the field of human geography.
    • Additionally, the transformation of the human geography of societies since colonial times makes it harder for the layman in Africa to attach relevance to all the talk of neo-colonialism.
    • Add a little data storage and we can traverse the terrain of human geography, logging our footprints in the sands of time and recounting the meaning of our passages.
    • His book anticipated some major methodological developments in human geography in the late 1960s and 1970s.
    • The trip combines aspects of physical and human geography.
    • A major branch of study within archaeology that draws on archaeological, historical geography, human geography, ecology, anthropology, and place-name studies.
    • As West suggests, ‘in the field of human geography it has long been recognized that one's perception of an area or region will influence one's desired use for that space.’