莫纳什代写作业:地理实践
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莫纳什代写作业:地理实践

2017-03-30 11:20

本文使用的见解从Anne Buttimer的意义上,在地理实践的隐喻和环境比较E. Estyn伊万斯的生活和作品与琼斯休斯。这三位作者都是爱尔兰地理学家,因此有着共同的理论基础:我们将看到,所有这三个都给他们的工作带来了不同的视角。为了利用Anne Buttimer的作品的见解,我们首先要了解这个机构的工作本身,因此最相关的学术著作Buttimer总结。为了使用这种理解比较E. Estyn Evans的工作,琼斯休斯,我们将需要仔细看看下面这两个作家的作品,看什么哲学从他们的工作和研究它是如何相似,或有所不同,从Buttimer的工作中获得的洞察力。在Buttimer的1966论文,她认为,强有力的社会地理学家应该关注自己与社会环境。她认为,采取以描绘社会地理学领域最合乎逻辑的方法是看,首先,在地球的地域分异(在社会特征相关的区域差异方面),其次,要看个人环境的关系(以审视人涉及社会,例如,通过社会组织和地域组织模式的考试);通过这种双管齐下,Buttimer认为,令人信服,标准可以对社会地理研究可以通过[ 1 ]。她的研究立场是非常,因此,从社会地理的角度来看,她的兴趣在于这个方向:看到什么轻的社会组织研究可以在地理领域。
莫纳什代写作业:地理实践
This paper uses insights from Anne Buttimer on meaning, metaphor and milieu in the practice of geography to compare the life and works of E. Estyn Evans with those of T. Jones Hughes. All three of these authors are Irish geographers, and so share some common academic ground: as we will see, however, all three bring a different perspective to their work. In order to use insights from Anne Buttimer’s work, we first need to understand this body of work itself: a summary of the most relevant of Buttimer’s academic works will therefore be presented. In order to use this understanding to compare the work of E. Estyn Evans with that of T. Jones Hughes, we will then need to look in detail at the work of these two authors, to see what philosophy emerges from their work and to study how it is similar to, or differs from, the insight gained from Buttimer’s work.In Buttimer’s 1966 thesis, she argued, forcefully, that social geographers should concern themselves with the social environment. She argued that the most logical approach to take with regards to delineating the field of social geography would be to look, firstly, at the areal differentiation of the Earth (in terms of the areal differentiation associated with social characteristics), and secondly, to look at the man-milieu relationship (in terms of examining how man relates to society, for example, through the examination of patterns in social organisations and geographical organisation); through this two-pronged approach, Buttimer argues, convincingly, criteria can then be developed on which social geographical studies can be based[1]. Her research stance is very much, therefore, from a social geographical viewpoint, and her interests lie in this direction: seeing what light studies of social organisation can shed on the field of geography.