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Journal of Geography in Higher Education - 2004 Index

Volume 28 - Number 1 - 2004
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
Editorial I 3-8
Editorial II 9-15
Undergraduate geographers' understandings of geography, learning and teaching: a phenomenographic study
Bradbeer, J., Healey, M.J. & Kneale, P.
17-34
The challenges of 'teaching by being': the case of participatory resource management
Buchy, M.
35-47
Producing websites for assessment: a case study from a level 1 fieldwork module
France, D. & and Ribchester, C.
49-62
Comparison of student perception and performance in individual and group assessments in practical classes
Knight, J.
63-81
The representation of women in academic Geography: contexts, climate and curricula
Monk, J., Fortuijn, J.D. & Raleigh, C.
83-90
Mapping race and gender in the academy: the experiences of women of colour faculty and graduate students in Britain, the US and Canada
Mahtani, M.
91-99
Female representation in the higher education of geography in Hungary
Timár, J. & Jelenszkyné, I.
101-110
Gender representation in academic geography in Catalonia (Spain): towards a masculinization of the discipline?
Garcia-Ramon, M.D., & Pujol, H.
111-119
Gender representation in geography: Singapore
S. A. Yeoh, B., Huang, S. & Wong, T.
121-131
Gender representation and participation in Dutch human geography departments
Fortuijn, J.D.
133-141
Online methods in geography educational research
Madge, C. & and O'Connor, H.
143-152
Describing numerical data in words
Bradbeer, J.
153-160
Volume 28 - Number 2 - 2004
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
Editorial 163-166
"It's not all about grades": accounting for gendered degree results in geography at Brunel University
Smith, F.
167-178
Transborder tourism, borderless classroom: reflections on a Hawaii-Singapore experience
Chang, C.
179-195
Midnight at the IDL: student confusion and textbook error
Uhlik, K.S.
197-207
Mathophobic students' perspectives on quantitative material in the undergraduate geography curriculum
Folkard, A.M.
209-228
Learning and teaching online with the UK census
See, L., Gould, M.I., Carter, J., Durham, H., Brown, M., Russell, L. & Wathan, J.
229-245
JGHE Biennial award for promoting excellence in teaching and learning 2003 247-249
Reflections on 'fieldwork and disabled students: discourses of exclusion and inclusion
Hall, T., Healey, M.J. & Harrison, M.E.
251-253
Fieldwork and disabled students: discourses of exclusion and inclusion
Hall, T., Healey, M.J. & Harrison, M.E.
255-280
Geography and representation: introduction
Gilmartin, M.
281-284
Teaching about political violence: a primer on representation
Gallaher, C.
301-315
Teaching transnationalism in the Caribbean: toward an understanding of representation and neo-colonialism in human geography
Mains, S.P.
317-332
Scaling health and healthcare: re-presenting Thailand's HIV/AIDS epidemic with world regional geography students
Del Casino Jr, V.J.
333-346
Research design and methods of data collection and analysis: researching students' conceptions in a multiple-method case study
Hopwood, N.
347-353
Volume 28 - Number 3 - 2004
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
Editorial 363 - 368
Preparing Geography, Earth and Environmental Science (GEES) Students for Employment in the Enterprise Culture
Maguire, S. & Guyer, C.
369 - 379
Students' Undergraduate Expectations and Post-graduation Experiences of the Value of a Degree
Gedye, S., Fender, E. & Chalkley, B.
381 - 396
Walking as an Aesthetic Practice and a Critical Tool: Some Psychogeographic Experiments
Bassett, K.
397 - 410
Learning Geography Bilingually
Desforges, L. & Jones, R.
411 - 424
Developing and Testing an Online Tool for Teaching GIS Concepts Applied to Spatial Decision-making
Carver, S., Evans. A. & Kingston, R.
425 - 438
Avoiding Plagiarism
Burkill, S. & Abbey, C.
439 - 446

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