International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education Abstracts

Volume 3:1, 1994

(Those articles referring to Higher Education are linked to the full abstract).


Editorial

Major papers:

The political dimensions of environmental education in Hong Kong
Francis B.K. Wong

Geography as a vehicle for economic and industrial understanding: a comparative study of Malaysia and England and Wales
Michael Williams and Khatijah Khalid

The acceptance of specific terms in the teaching of geography: a German experience
Josef Birkenhauer

Structuralism revisited: an examination of the continuing influence of structuralism on research and education in human geography
Alfred Ingham Jones

Map skills and geographical knowledge
Henk van Dijk, Joop van der Schee, Henk Trimp and Teatske van der Zijpp

Forum:

Managerialism vs collegiality in geography in institutions of higher education: responses of
Joe Powell

Introduction

On adapting, surviving and prospering
Richard G. Boehm

Change and decay? Comparative thoughts on the new managerialist dynamic
John Gold

Putting the managers in their place? Or, whither geography in a post corporate-welfare state?
RonJohnston

Look forward without anger! Geography's course into the future
Hartmut Volkmann

Oh, the power and the passion: managerialism and collegiality in Australian geography
David Wadley

Book Reviews

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