cultural geography


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cultural geography

[¦kəl·chər·əl jē′ag·rə·fē]
(anthropology)
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One of Hemingway's early short stories, In Our Time's "The End of Something," demonstrates his acute spatial awareness in the form of cultural geography.
ABC-CLIO supplies the largest collection of history reference titles with over 550 titles, covering American World, Current Issues, Military History, Cultural Geography, History of Science, History of Religion.
What equivalence exists, if any, between our cultural geography and political ideology?
According to Nihat Zeybekci, Economy Minister of Turkey, Turkey needs associated in its cultural geography, referring to Turkish culture influence from the Ottoman period in the region.
The book draws on ideas from media and communications studies as well as economic and cultural geography to examine tensions between political culture and commercial creativity in China.
The cultural geography of Brazil and the Americas is inherently diverse and complex.
Their legitimacy was open to question from their founding, in part because their boundaries seldom lie along natural divisions in the cultural geography.
The change in the political balances in Iraq is affecting Turkey because it shares the same physical, political, ethnic, religious, sectarian and cultural geography.
Unamuno's intrahistoria, Ganivet's psychological geography, Azorin's literary landscapes) just as it foregrounds the contribution of Bergsonian philosophy to the contemporary literature on human landscapes in cultural geography.
Part I, entitled "Physical and Cultural Geography," offers a broad overview of the region's pattern of land, climate, geography, ethnography, historical-political evolution, agriculture, petroleum and other natural resources.
As military leaders' cultural blindness hampered their military strategy in Iraq and Afghanistan, they set up "human terrain teams" of advisers to help them map the cultural geography.

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