Cultural Geography, Form and Process

Cultural Geography, Form and Process

Covers A Wide Range Of Cultural Concerns Such As-Methodological Statements, Impression Of Culture On Landscape, Cultural Processes And Change, Cultural Traits And Distribution And Cultural Ecology, Has 29 Papers Contributed By Eminent Geographers From Indian And Abroad. Researchers In Cultural Geography, Anthropology, Sociology And History Will Find It Useful.

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