Introducing the debates that inform current social geographic research and theory and interrogating the historical development of social geography, Social Geography: A Critical Introduction explores how urban and rural spaces are organized in ways that construct and maintain social inequality.
* Puts into context the assumptions of various strains of social geographic thought as they have developed historically
* Assists students in addressing key social geographic questions and methodologies
* Provides a showcase for cutting edge work in the field
* Is written in an accessible and lively style, setting out a wide breadth of social geographic research