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Tales of the City: understanding urban complexity through the medium of concept mapping

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In this paper, the use made of concept mapping in teaching complex notions in an urban geography course is described, outlining and evaluating three experimental exercises. The paper discusses the nature and characteristics of concept mapping, the course context, the three exercises concerned, and student responses through evaluations. The conclusion summarises the findings of this paper and emphasises the continuing potential of the technique.
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Keywords: CONCEPT MAPPING URBAN GEOGRAPHY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1998-11-01

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