Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1990 Index


Volume 14 Number 1 1990

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

14(1).01

Editor

Editorial: What's In a Name? pp.3-4
14(1).02

Powell, J.M.

Australian Geography and the Corporate Management Paradigm pp.5-18
14(1).03

McDowell, L. & Peake, L.

Women in British Geography Revisited: or the same old story pp.19-30
14(1).04

Unwin, T.

2.i or not 2.i? The Assessment of Undergraduate Essays pp.31-38
14(1).05

Johnston, R.J.

Exploring Graduate Dissatisfaction with British Geography Degree Courses pp.39-53
14(1).06

Naish, M. & Rawling, E.

Geography 16-19: some implications for higher education pp.55-75
14(1).07

Unwin, D.J. & Maguire, D.J.

Developing the Effective Use of Information Technology in Teaching and Learning in Geography: the Computers in Teaching Initiative Centre for Geography pp.77-82 *R
14(1).08

Marston, S.A. & Seavey, P.

Women and Environments: a useful resource for teaching pp.83-86 *R
14(1).09

Lowe, M.S.

Qualitatively Better? Recent publications on Qualitative Methods and their Place in Geographical Teaching pp.87-89 *R
14(1).10

Jenkins, A.

Arena Editorial: The Sports Pages-To More Serious Matters? pp.91-92
14(1).11

Lambert, D.

The National Curriculum is Coming! pp.92-97
14(1).12

Jackson, P.

Gender Bias and Assessment Methods pp.98-101
14(1).13

Monk, J.

Meeting a New Class pp.101-103
14(1).14

Jones, R.

On Going to Great Lengths to Avoid Boredom pp.104-106
14(1).15

Naish, M.

Letters to the Editors pp.106-107

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Volume 14 Number 2 1990

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

14(2).01

Brunn, S.D.

Hiring, Evaluation, Promotion and Tenure Decisions in a US Geography Department pp.111-122
14(2).02

Jenkins, A. & Smith, P.

Qualty Control in Geography Courses: the role and practice of Her Majesty's Inspectors in British higher education pp.123-135
14(2).03

Clark, D., Healey, M. & Kennedy, R.

Careers for Geographers: the employment experiences of Coventry Polytechnic sandwich degree students pp.137-149
14(2).04

Churchill, R.R. & Liebowitz, R.D.

Spatial Conflict and Conflict Resolution: a classroom simulation pp.151-156
14(2).05

Rose, G.

Resources for Teaching Gender and Geography pp.157-162 *R
14(2).06

Bresa, J.A.

The Use of Population Reference Bureau Materials in College Geography pp.162-164 *R
14(2).07

Haines-Young, R.

Arena Editorial. Geography beyond the Systematic: I. Geography and the New Technology pp.165-166
14(2).08

Unwin, D. & Dale, P.

An Educationalist's View of GIS: some educational and sociological concerns pp.166-169
14(2).09

Haines-Young, R.

II. The Greening of Geography pp.170-171
14(2).10

Martin, P.

It's Not the Environment that Causes Problems but People pp.171-174
14(2).11

Pattie, C.

1990 and All That: green politics and greening geography pp.174-180
14(2).12

Haines-Young, R.

III. Problematic Geography pp.180-181
14(2).13

Haines-Young, R.

IV. Honesty in Higher Education pp.181
14(2).14

Jenkins, A. & Ward, A.

Economical with the Truth? Promotional Information to Prospective Geography Students pp.182-187
14(2).15

Bailey, P.

Letters to the Editors: A Place in the Sun? pp.187-188
14(2).16

Forer, P.

The Challenge of Feminist Geography pp.188-189
14(2).17

Editor

Title-page and Contents, Volume 14 pp.191-193E

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