Thriving as a Stand-Alone Geographer: A Handbook

Thriving as a Stand-Alone Geographer: A Handbook

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Stand-Alone Geographers(SAGE) are those who work in academia, the private sector, government, and non-profit organizations either by themselves or in small groups. Focusing primarily on academic geographers, this book offers a recent survey of academic SAGEs, strategies for positioning geography in a higher education institutions, ideas for how to remain a productive scholar, and recommendations for resources, as well as increasing SAGE visibility in the discipline, and in the Association of American Geographers (AAG).These papers include: 1. a diagnostic essay analyzing a geographic problem (2 pages) 2. an argumentative essay on ... reflection) 4. an empirical essay on demography (population geography) (35 pages + 2 page reflection) 5. a research paper on a selfselected ... Papers 3 and 4 require an accompanying reflective essay in which you present your paradigm, choices, and processes for writing the paper.

Title:Thriving as a Stand-Alone Geographer: A Handbook
Author: Amanda Rees
Publisher:Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-03-23

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