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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 25, Number 1, 1 March 2001

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Educational Innovation and the Market for Geographers in Hungary
pp. 11-21(11)
Authors: Mezõsi, Gábor; Mucsi, László; Garamhegyi, Ábel

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Benchmarking in Geography: some implications for assessing dissertations in the undergraduate curriculum
pp. 23-35(13)
Authors: Pepper, David; Webster, Frank; Jenkins, Alan

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Student Empowerment through 'Area Analysis'
pp. 83-93(11)
Authors: Van Hoven, Bettina; De Boer, Esther

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Approaches to Learning: a study of first-year geography undergraduates
pp. 95-107(13)
Authors: Maguire, S.; Evans, S. E.; Dyas, L.

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Teaching, Research and Lifelong Learning
pp. 110-112(3)
Author: Hanson, Susan

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Standing and Delivering: views from the trenches
pp. 113-117(5)
Authors: Johnston, Ron; Cooke, Ron

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The Relationship Between Teaching and Research in Australian Geography
pp. 117-120(4)
Author: Winchester, Hilary P.M.

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What Key Skills do Employers Need?
pp. 121-126(6)
Author: Owen, Elaine

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Making an Argument: writing up human geography projects
pp. 127-132(6)
Authors: Holloway, Sarah L.; Valentine, Gill

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