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  1. Core readings for the whole module 4 items
    These key readings will be useful throughout the whole module.
    1. Geography - Daniel Dorling, Carl Lee, Benjamin Hennig 2016

      Book  excellent little book on key geography concepts-available as an ebook through the library or very cheap to buy (£9)

    2. Introducing human geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Phil Crang, Mark Goodwin 2014

      Book 

  2. Week 2: Changing human geographies 5 items
    1. Human geography: a concise introduction - Mark Boyle 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapters 1 and 3 are most relevant for this class.

    2. Collapse: how societies choose to fail or succeed - Jared M. Diamond 2011

      Book Further Reading The Prologue and Chapter 14 are most relevant.

    3. Geography - Daniel Dorling, Carl Lee, Benjamin Hennig 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Reading The Introduction and Chapter 1 (Tradition) are most relevant for this class.

    4. Energy transitions: global and national perspectives - Vaclav Smil 2017

      Book Further Reading Pages 1-73 are the most relevant.

    5. Theories of development - Katie Willis 2013 (book)

      Chapter Further Reading

  3. Week 3: The evolution of the world economy 5 items
    1. Human geography: a concise introduction - Mark Boyle 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapter 4 is most relevant for this class.

    2. Global shift: mapping the changing contours of the world economy - Peter Dicken 2015

      Book Further Reading A classic text. Chapters 1 to 4 are particularly relevant for this class.

    3. Geography - Daniel Dorling, Carl Lee, Benjamin Hennig 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapter 2 (Globalisation) is most relevant for this class.

    4. Economic globalization - Andrew Jones 2013 (electronic resource)

      Chapter Further Reading

    5. The Geography of the World Economy - Knox, Paul L.McCarthy, LindaAgnew, John A. 2014

      Book Further Reading Part 1 is the most relevant

  4. Week 4: Globalization and inequality 4 items
    1. Global shift: mapping the changing contours of the world economy - Peter Dicken 2015

      Book Further Reading Part 3 is most relevant for this class.

    2. Geography - Daniel Dorling, Carl Lee, Benjamin Hennig 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapter 3 (Equality) is most relevant for this class.

  5. Week 5: Capitalism and the rise of the West 7 items
    1. Follow the money: investigators trace forgotten story of Britain's slave trade | World news | The Guardian

      Webpage Further Reading Guardian article about the Legacies of British Slave Ownership research project led by Professor Catherine Hall from University College London.

    2. "Capitalocene" by Kate Soper | Radical Philosophy

      Webpage Further Reading Review by the philosopher Professor Kate Soper of Marxist Professor Jason Moore's book 'Capitalism in the Web of Life'.

    3. Naomi Klein: This Changes Everything - video | News | The Guardian

      Webpage Further Reading Short video trailer for Naomi Klein's feature film 'This changes everything'

  6. Week 6: Geographies of development 7 items
    1. Sustainable Development Goals .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

      Webpage Further Reading The UN's new Sustainable Development Goals for 2030

    2. Arturo Escobar: a post-development thinker to be reckoned with | Simon Reid-Henry | Global development | The Guardian

      Webpage Further Reading Profile of development thinker Arturo Escobar written by geographer Simon Reid-Henry.

    3. Amartya Sen: economist, philosopher, human development doyen | Simon Reid-Henry | Global development | The Guardian

      Webpage Further Reading Profile of development thinker Amartya Sen written by geographer Simon Reid-Henry.

  7. Week 7: Trends in world population 4 items
    1. Human geography: a concise introduction - Mark Boyle 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapters 7, 9 and 10 are relevant

    2. Global shift: mapping the changing contours of the world economy - Peter Dicken 2015

      Book Further Reading See pages 340-351

    3. Migrants and refugees - Khalid Koser 2013 (electronic resource)

      Chapter Further Reading

    4. Age - Peter Kraftl 2013 (electronic resource)

      Chapter Further Reading

  8. Week 8: Interpreting charts and graphs 3 items
    1. Show me the numbers: designing tables and graphs to enlighten - Stephen Few c2012

      Book Further Reading Excellent on the layout of tables and graphs

    2. The visual display of quantitative information - Edward R. Tufte 2001

      Book Further Reading A classic book on design

    3. World Development Indicators | Data

      Webpage Further Reading Source of data used in the practical exercises

  9. Weeks 9 and 10: Geographies of health 13 items
    1. Epidemiology and transmission dynamics of West Nile virus disease - Hayes, E.B.ab ,  Komar, N.a,  Nasci, R.S.a,  Montgomery, S.P.a,  O'Leary, D.R.a,  Campbell, G.L.a

      Article 

    2. What Factors Might Have Led to the Emergence of Ebola in West Africa? - Kathleen A. Alexander, Claire E. Sanderson, Madav Marathe, Bryan L. Lewis 2015-6-4

      Article 

    3. Zika virus: History, emergence, biology, and prospects for control - Scott C. Weaver, Federico Costa, Mariano A. Garcia-Blanco, Albert I. Ko 06/2016

      Article 

  10. Weeks 11 and 12: Climate change and health 6 items
    1. The Effects of Weather and Climate Change on Dengue - Felipe J. Colón-González, Carlo Fezzi, Iain R. Lake, Paul R. Hunter 14/11/2013

      Article 

  11. Spring Week 1: Geographies of sustainability 5 items
    1. Geography - Daniel Dorling, Carl Lee, Benjamin Hennig 2016 (electronic resource)

      Chapter Further Reading chapter 4 'Sustainability'

    2. Introducing human geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Phil Crang, Mark Goodwin 2014

      Book Core Reading Chapter 30: Sustainability

    3. Living Planet Report 2016 | WWF

      Webpage Further Reading read the executive summary

  12. Spring Week 2: Swipe right for sustainability 4 items
    1. Sustainable development: mapping different approaches - Bill Hopwood, Mary Mellor, Geoff O'Brien 02/2005

      Article Core Reading

  13. Spring Week 3: Storytelling 5 items
    1. Crackanory S02 E01 - The Weatherman. Written by Tony Way, read by Rik Mayall. on Vimeo Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 2:16 PM EST

      Audio-visual document Core Reading

    2. Crackanory S01 E01 - What PeeBee Did Next - Read by Sally Phillips written by Toby Davies on Vimeo Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 6:25 AM EST

      Audio-visual document Further Reading

    3. CRACKANORY S01 E01 - Bitter Tweet - Written by Nico Tatarowicz, read by Jack Dee. on Vimeo Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 5:51 AM EST

      Audio-visual document Further Reading

    4. Dread & Breakfast - Crackanory Series 3 Ep1 on Vimeo Friday, March 4, 2016 at 6:44 AM EST

      Audio-visual document Further Reading

  14. Spring Week 4: Geopolitics 8 items
    1. Geopolitics: a very short introduction - Klaus Dodds 2014

      Book Further Reading

    2. Political geography: world-economy, nation-state and locality - Colin Flint, Peter J. Taylor 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading

    3. Prisoners of geography - Tim Marshall 2016

      Book 

  15. Spring Week 5: Environmental justice 6 items
    1. Assessing Government Intentions for Australian Water Reform Using a Social Justice Framework - Anna Lukasiewicz, Kathleen Bowmer, Geoff J. Syme, Penny Davidson 11/2013

      Article 

    2. Expectations of government’s response to disaster - Emily Chamlee-Wright, Virgil Henry Storr 2010-7

      Article 

  16. Spring Week 6: exam essay skills 0 items
  17. Spring Week 8: Cultural geographies of nature 6 items
    1. Death of the naturalist: why is the new nature writing so tame? - Mark Cocker 2015

      Webpage Further Reading Short article by nature writer and UEA alumnus Mark Cocker on what he sees as the problems of new approaches to nature writing.

    2. Why we need nature writing - Robert Macfarlane 2015

      Webpage Further Reading Response to Mark Cocker from English literature academic and nature writer Robert Macfarlane.

  18. Spring Week 9: Landscape: politics and representation 5 items
    1. Unlearning “Landscape” - Daniel A. Friess, Tariq Jazeel 25/10/2016

      Article Further Reading

    2. In the nature of landscape: cultural geography on the Norfolk Broads - David Matless 2014

      Book Further Reading

  19. Spring Week 10: Climate change justice and resilience 7 items
    1. Environmental justice: concepts, evidence and politics - Gordon P. Walker 2011 (book)

      Book Core Reading See especially chapter 8.

    2. What does the Paris Agreement mean for adaptation? - Alexandra Lesnikowski, James Ford, Robbert Biesbroek, Lea Berrang-Ford 14/12/2016

      Article 

    3. TIMELINE by Sarah Penhryn Jones (on Vimeo) Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at 10:31 PM EST

      Audio-visual document 

  20. Spring Week 11: History of environmentalism 5 items
  21. Spring Week 13: Future of human geography 1 item