These are a comprehensive set of notes that cover some of the main topics and most recent material involved in 'Human Geography' including civil society, development, neoliberalism, socio-economic inequality, the concept of the state and power, and security. The notes include all relevant definitions, theoretical approaches and many examples from literature that cover a wide geographical scope and also some practice 'exam-style' questions to try.
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