My university notes aren't as interactive as my A Level ones, but are great for printing off and highlighting so that you can choose your own key points to emphasize. These notes are a lot more specific yet still cover a lot of human geography themes spanning from social, cultural and binary theories to methods and concepts. I found a few of the theories difficult to grasp so found ways of simplifying them for my own understanding.They contain some of the reading notes I made, most of which are cited but not fully referenced (as they were revision aids.)
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