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Problems and Possibilities of Delivering 'Footloose' Geography: the case for space

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Within the UK Higher Education system, geography is sometimes taught outside the framework of a conventional geography degree programme. Using a case study of the situation at Napier University, Edinburgh, this paper explores the problems and possibilities of delivering 'footloose' geography within a broadly, but not exclusively, social science context.
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Keywords: 'FOOTLOOSE' GEOGRAPHY; GEOGRAPHY AND 'NON-GEOGRAPHERS'; GEOGRAPHY OF THE COMMONPLACE; HUMAN GEOGRAPHY; REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY; SOCIAL SCIENCE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2001-07-01

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