Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1994 Index


Volume 18 Number 1 1994

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

18(1).01

Shepherd, I.D.H. & Healey, M.

Editorial. Coming of Age pp.3-6
18(1).02

Abler, R.

Introduction: Reconsidering Faculty Roles and Rewards in Geography pp.7-8
18(1).03

AAG Special Committee

Reconsideration of Faculty Roles and Reward in Geography pp.9-18
18(1).04

McDowell, L.

Making a Difference: geography, feminism and everyday life: an interview with Susan Hanson pp.19-32
18(1).05

Castree, N.

Teaching History, Philosophy and Theory: notes on representing Marxism and 'Marxist geography' pp.33-42
18(1).06

Hay, I.

Justifying and Applying Oral Presentations in Geographical Education pp.43-55
18(1).07

Hay, I.

Notes of Guidance for Prospective Speakers pp.57-65
18(1).08

Healey, M. & Clark, G.

JGHE Symposium Editorial (Teaching Economic Geography [Part I: Course Content]) pp.67-69
18(1).09

Healey, M.

Teaching Economic Geography in UK Higher Education Institutions pp.70-79
18(1).10

Wallace, I.

Teaching Economic Geography in Anglophone Canada pp.80-83
18(1).11

Mosadi, L.

Teaching Economic Geography in South Africa's Higher Education Institutions: the case of black universities pp.84-93
18(1).12

Wadley, D.

Educational Traditions and Economic Geography: a view from Australia pp.94-97
18(1).13

Woodroffe, N.P.

Geographical Economics or Economic Geography? pp.98-105
18(1).14

Crang, P.

Teaching Economic Geography: some thoughts on curriculum content pp.106-113
18(1).15

Phillips, M.

Teaching and Learning Philosophy in Geography from Textbooks pp.114-121 *R
18(1).16

Editor

'Directions': A New Section in JGHE pp.123
18(1).17

Vujakovic, P. Livingstone, I. & Mills, C.

Why Work in Groups? pp.124-127

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Volume 18 Number 2 1994

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

18(2).01

Gold, J.R.

Editorial. An Ill Wind pp.139-141
18(2).02

Jenkins, A.

Thirteen Ways of Doing Fieldwork with Large Classes/More Students pp.143-154
18(2).03

Maddrell, A.M.C.

A Scheme for the Effective Use of Role Plays for an Emancipatory Geography pp.155-162
18(2).04

Chalkley, B.

Arena Symposium (Quality Audit and Quality Assessment): The Quality Era pp.163-167
18(2).05

Buckingham, D.

Quality Audit: the national scene and implications for departments pp.168-171
18(2).06

Thomas, A.

The Implications of Quality Assessment pp.172-174
18(2).07

Gardiner, V.

Quality Assessment and Modular Geography Curricula pp.175-183
18(2).08

Johnston, R.J.

Quality Assessment of Teaching: inputs, processes and outputs pp.184-193
18(2).09

Lowder, S.

JGHE Symposium (Teaching Economic Geography [Part II: Teaching Methods]): Relevant Economic Geography: teaching the geography of consumption pp.195-200
18(2).10

Malecki, E.J.

Teaching Introductory Economic Geography: one American perspective pp.201-206
18(2).11

Crewe, L.

7Adaptation and Change in the Teaching of Economic Geography: innovative assessment methods for group research projects pp.207-213
18(2).12

Moyes, A.

Teaching Industrial Location: secondary data: second best? pp.214-221
18(2).13

Ball, R.

Monitoring the Media: student production and use of newspaper resource files in economic geography pp.222-228
18(2).14

Morphet, C. & Peck, F.

In Search of the Differential Shift: integrating fieldwork into the taught programme in industrial geography pp.229-235
18(2).15

Warburton, J. & Madge, C.

The Snakes and Ladders of Research: using a board game to teach the pitfalls of undergraduate research design pp.237-244 *R
18(2).16

Jenkins, A.

Control and Independence Strategies for Large Geography Classes pp.245-48 *R
18(2).17

Rolls, D. Watts, S.

Study packages for first year students pp.249 *R
18(2).18

Rolls, D.

Objective Testing in Physical Geography pp.250 *R
18(2).19

Clifford, N.J.

Redesign of Methods and Techniques Course pp.251 *R
18(2).20

Stainfield, J.

Objective testing of Geographical Techniques pp.252-253 *R
18(2).21

Bradbeer, J.

Study Skills for First Year Tutorials pp.254 *R
18(2).22

Chance, J.

Use of Contracts to Moderate Group Marks pp.255 *R
18(2).23

Healey, M., Foster, I., Livingstone, I. & Matthews, H.

Assessing group projects pp.256-257 *R
18(2).24

Barrett, H. & Browne, A.

Workshops in Development Geography pp.258 *R
18(2).25

Riley, D., Foord, J., Lindsay, J. & Wareing, J.

Redesign of preliminary level human geography: Quality before Efficiency pp.259 *R
18(2).26

Longworth, D.

Teaching of 1st year by 2nd/3rd year students pp.260 *R
18(2).27

Loughborough Committee

Low staff input for selected modules pp.261 *R
18(2).28

Boothby, J. & Jackson, S.

Redesign of first year methods course pp.262 *R
18(2).29

Mills, C.

Acknowledging Sources in Written Assignments pp.263-268

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Volume 18 Number 3 1994

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

18(3).01

Monk, J.

Editorial. On Motivation pp.275-276
18(3).02

Gould, P.

Perspectives and Sensitivities: teaching as the creation of conditions of possibility for geographic thinking pp.277-289
18(3).03

Aitken, S.C.

I'd Rather Watch the Movie than Read the Book pp.291-307
18(3).04

Fox, M.

Putting Environmental Issues into Context: the issue-attention cycle pp.309-316
18(3).05

Hay, I. & Delaney, E.J.

'Who Teaches, Learns': writing groups in geographical education pp.317-334
18(3).06

Bradford, M.G.

Arena Symposium (Searching for good practice in Postgraduate Education): Searching for good practice in Postgraduate Education pp.335-337
18(3).07

McKendrick, J.

Postgraduate Training (and Postgraduates on Training) before the ESRC Initiative pp.337-340
18(3).08

Rogerson, R.J.

Collaborative Postgraduate Research Training: the Scottish Experience pp.340-349
18(3).09

Lowe, M., Harvey, D. & Thrift, N.

The Wessex Postgraduate Training Consortium pp.350-357
18(3).10

Purvis, M.

The Leeds Experience pp.357-362
18(3).11

Frost, M.

The London Graduate Training Programme in Human Geography pp.362-366
18(3).12

Day, K. & Watts, D.

Reflections on Postgraduate Training: the Sheffield experience pp.366-370
18(3).13

Dawson, F.

Good Practice for Postgraduate Training: the postgraduate response pp.370-371
18(3).14

Bradford, M.G.

Good Practice pp.371-372
18(3).15

Jones, R.

The Underside of Quality: an Australian viewpoint pp.373-378
18(3).16

Fitzgerald, M.

Why Write Essays? pp.379-384
18(3).17

Editor

Title Page and Contents, Volume 18 pp.385-388

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