Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1988 Index


Volume 12 Number 1 1988

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

121.01

Editor

Editorial: Does Geography Have a Future? pp.3-4
12(1).02

Peake, L. & Jackson, P.

'The Restless Analyst': an interview with David Harvey pp.5-20
12(1).03

Gregory, K.J.

Curriculum Development in Geomorphology pp.21-30
12(1).04

Kirkby, M. & Naden, P.

The Use of Simulation Models in Teaching Geomorphology and Hydrology pp.31-49
12(1).05

Church, M.

Problem Orientation in Physical Geography Teaching pp.51-65
12(1).06

Rowntree, D.

Questions to Ask About Books or Other Potential Learning Material (Extract from author's book) pp.66 *R
12(1).07

Jenkins, A. & Pepper, D.

Enhancing Students' Employability and Self-expression: how to teach oral and groupwork skills in geography pp.67-83
12(1).08

Keene, P.

Teaching Physical Geographers to Talk pp.85-94
12(1).09

Nowell, D. E.

Postgraduate Studies in North American and British Geography: a comparative review pp.95-106
12(1).10

Jarrett, D.

Statistics Textbooks for Geography Students pp.107-116 *R
12(1).11

Flood-Page, C.

The Society for Research into Higher Education pp.116-119 *R
12(1).12

Gold, J.R.

The View Without: higher education teaching journals in 1986-1987 pp.119-121 *R
12(1).13

Powell, J.

Letter from Australia pp.123-132

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Volume 12 Number 2 1988

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

12(2).01

Editor

Editorial: The Refereeing Game and the JGHE pp.135-137
12(2).02

Howenstine, E. et al.

Using a Poster Exercise in an Introductory Geography Course pp.139-147
12(2).03

Silk, J. et al.

Private Affluence and Public Austerity: motors for innovation in postgraduate training? pp.149
12(2).04

Silk, J.

Doctoral Training Programmes in Britain: model for others or yet another vehicle for cuts! pp.150-156
12(2).05

Bradford, M.

Programmed Research: the multidisciplinary doctoral programme in the Social Sciences at the University of Manchester pp.157-159
12(2).06

Keogh, G.

The Reading Doctoral Programme: a producer's view pp.159-163
12(2).07

Kent, P. & Valentine, G.

The Reading Experience of the Doctoral Programme: kill or cure! pp.163-166
12(2).08

Young, C.

The Doctoral Programme at the University of Edinburgh: an historical geographer's view pp.167-170
12(2).09

Silk, J.

Concluding Comments on Doctoral Training Programmes pp.170-173
12(2).10

Unwin, T.

Programmable PhDs: an individual view pp.173-175
12(2).11

Burt, T.A.

Practical Exercise to Demonstrate the Variable Source Area Model pp.177-186
12(2).12

Moore, L. & Longley P.A.

Research and Teaching Functions in Undergraduate Projectwork: some integrating themes pp.187-194
12(2).13

Petch, J. & Reid, I.

The Teaching of Geomorphology and the Geography/Geology Debate pp.195-204
12(2).14

Harley, M.J.

Resources for Geographers from the Nature Conservancy Council pp.205-206 *R
12(2).15

Lee, R.

Challenges to Geography's Public and Practitioners pp.207-209
12(2).16

Wright, D.

Destroying the Seedcorn? Is There a Crisis in the Training of Geography Teachers in England? pp.210-213
12(2).17

Fink, D.

The Trauma of the First Year pp.214-216
12(2).18

Bondi, E.

Fending for Ourselves: women as teachers of geography in higher education pp.216-218
12(2).19

Brodsky, H.

Professionalism from Participation: the role of the Geography club pp.219-221
12(2).20

Editor

Title-page and Contents, Volume 12 pp.223-225

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