Hodder Education
Geography Review  Magazine Volume 32, 2018/19 Issue 1
Hodder Education Magazines
Geography Review Magazine Volume 32, 2018/19 Issue 1
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This A-level geography magazine provides topical articles by experts in the field, specifically written for students to help them gain the highest grades. With up-to-date articles and case studies, it also includes advice on the NEA and approaching exam questions.

Contents

Hazard perception and risk: learning from the L'Aquila earthquake
Noel Castree

Question and answer
Coastal landscapes and change

Geographical ideas
Representation
David Redfern

Achieving water security: a case study of Singapore
Yvonne Follows-Smith

Everybody's talking about...
Premature deindustrialisation
Simon Oakes

Centrepiece
Life expectancy in England: a north-south journey
Clare Bambra and Chris Orton

Storm Ophelia: a UK case study of extreme weather
Sylvia Knight

NEA ideas
Researching inequality
Martin Evans

Global governance
Getting to grips with global norms
Simon Oakes

Do food banks help? Food insecurity in the UK
Jon May, Andrew Williams, Paul Cloke and Liev Cherry

El Niño and La Niña: understanding extreme weather
George Adamson

Geographical skills
How to use qualitative data: researching place with images and oral histories
David Holmes

The big picture
The death of the Arctic?
Jamie Woodward

Language
English
ISBN
9781510459540
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Contents
Hazard perception and risk: learning from the L’Aquila earthquake
Question and answer: Coastal landscapes and change
Geographical ideas
Achieving water security: a case study of Singapore
Everybody’s talking about…: Premature deindustrialisation
Centrepiece: Life expectancy in England: a north—south journey
Storm Ophelia: a UK case study of extreme weather
NEA ideas: Researching inequality
Global governance: Getting to grips with global norms
Do food banks help? Food insecurity in the UK
El Niño and La Niña: understanding extreme weather
Geographical skills: How to use qualitative data: researching place with images and oral histories
The big picture: The death of the Arctic?
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