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What's the Big Deal? Resource and pedagogical implications of teaching geography to non-geographers

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This paper introduces the theme of 'teaching geography to non-geographers'. It is set against the context of learning and teaching with the 'Other' in geography. At the outset a working definition of a 'non-geographer' is provided. The resource and pedagogical implications arising from teaching geography to non-geographers are then outlined. Finally, the contributions to this broader debate from the five case studies that comprise this JGHE symposium are summarised.
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Keywords: BENCHMARKING; GEOGRAPHICAL EDUCATION; GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENTS; GEOGRAPHY STUDENTS; OTHERING; TEACHING GEOGRAPHY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2001-07-01

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