Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1980 Index


Volume 4 Number 1 1980

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

4(1).01

Gould, P.

A Geography Student Named Janus pp.5-15
4(1).02

Webb, G.

Student Participation in Tutorials pp.16-22
4(1).03

Mason, H. & Tunbridge, J.

Academic Exchange: a practical guide to promise, planning and pitfalls pp.23-30
4(1).04

Editor?

Exchanges: the theory and the practice? pp.31-32
4(1).05

Larkin, R.

Learning Through Teaching pp.33-34
4(1).06

Jenkins, A.

Get in Touch: a guide to directories of geographers pp.35-41 *R
4(1).07

Webster, M.

Buying a Microcomputer pp.42-50 *R
4(1).08

Williams, M.

Pick'n'mix. Rediguides: guides in educational research (See pp. 95-96) 4(1), pp.51-54 *R
4(1).09

Solomon, L.

Responses to Classroom Needs: the US Census Bureau's college curriculum support project pp.55-60 *R
4(1).10

Romey, W. & Elberty, W.

A 'Person-centred' Approach to Geography pp.61-71
4(1).11

Unwin, D.

Data Collection and Analysis for Geographical Research: a postgraduate training course pp.72-74
4(1).12

Beaumont, J.R.

Data Collection and Analysis for Geographical Research: a postgraduate training course pp.75-80
4(1).13

Editor

Arena Editorial pp.81
4(1).14

Beesley, K.

On Teaching Ambitions and Prospects pp.82-85
4(1).15

Cox, N.J. & Anderson, E. W.

In Defence of Exploratory Data Analysis pp.85-89
4(1).16

Manson, G.

Introductory Textbooks in Human Geography pp.89-91
4(1).17

Atkinson, B.

Last Words on What We Should be Teaching About the Atmosphere? pp.91-92

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Volume 4 Number 2 1980

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

4(2).01

Sack, R.

Teaching the Philosophy of Geography pp.3-9
4(2).02

Claval, P.

Integrating Concepts in the Teaching of Geography in Higher Education pp.10-15
4(2).03

Kirby, A.

An Approach to Ideology pp.16-26
4(2).04

Morrill, R.W.

Political Geography, Sketch Maps and Introductions in Dyads pp.27-29
4(2).05

Moseley, M.J.

Valuing and Evaluating University Teaching pp.30-37
4(2).06

Hill, A. D.

American Geographic Educators Launched into Space pp.38
4(2).07

Unwin, D.

Make Your Practicals Open-ended (see missing figure in Erratum in JGHE 5.1, p.109) pp.39-42
4(2).08

Carter, F.

Between East and West: geography in higher education in Yugoslavia pp.43-53
4(2).09

Editor

Getting to Know You pp.54 *R
4(2).10

Editor

The Silver Screen pp.55 *R
4(2).11

Tanebaum, E.

Instructional Data Packages and Geography pp.55-61 *R
4(2).12

Jarrett, D.

Textbooks for Introductory Quantitative Methods in Geography pp.62-74 *R
4(2).13

Hughes, A.

Making Geographers More at Home in the Universe: undergraduate cartography texts pp.75-83 *R
4(2).14

Clark, D.

Sandwiches for the Interned pp.84-85
4(2).15

Aitchison, J.

Elusive Encounters of the Phenomenological Kind pp.86-89
4(2).16

Seamon, D.

Concretising Phenomenology: a response to Aitchison pp.89-92
4(2).17

Pepper, D. & Webb, G.

Thinking Again about Tutorials pp.92-97
4(2).18

Perry, A.

Co-operation pp.98-99
4(2).19

Gold, J.R.

Editor's Note pp.100

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