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Geographical Sciences

This guide contains information on selected resources for research in Geography. It includes both print and electronic resources. Many electronic resources, such as indexes and journals, are available to ASU-affiliated users only.

Research Aides

The SAGE handbook of qualitative geography / edited by DeLyser, Dydia ... [et al.]. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks GF21 .S333 2010

The cultural geography reader  / edited by Timothy S. Oakes and Patricia L. Price.

Methods in Human Geography: a Guide for Students Doing Research Projects. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks GF26 .M48x 1997

Geography@university: making the most of your geography degree and courses. 

Making sense: a student's guide to research and writing: geography and environmental science. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G70 .N67 2001

The Student's companion to geography. Noble Library, Stacks G116 .S78 1992

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