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'Globalization and Diversity' offers a contemporary approach to World Regional Geography acknowledging the geograp. This was a textbook for my geography class I took this summer I found the information in this book super interesting but I did take the geography class for fun I learned a lot about various world regions culture climate lifestyle conflicts political environmental social and economic struggles language etc This was a very informative read However I'm a geography nerd of sorts and it's a subject that interests than all others If you like geography or want to learn about the world you live in you will enjoy this book; otherwise don't waste your time

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Ts and theories in geography while concurrently developing a strong foundation in the fundamentals of world region. This was for my Geography and World Affairs course at Brigham Young University which is reuired for my MajorI thought the readings were indeed insightful and all Coming to an awareness of the world the concept of globalization the different diverse cultures societies governments economics physical geography and so forthI found the chapter on Central Asia to be interesting to read about and how the authors acknowledged the controversy of making a Central Asia region I found Tibet to be interesting as well as going over Afghanistan Pakistan India and the much fought over KashmirStrangely for this semester with all the trouble that's going on in the Crimea Pinensila Ukraine and Russia my class was going over the whole Russian Domain which also bears its own chapter in the bookThe only complaint I have with the book is the liberal bias that came with it There are some omitted historical facts or time period amnesia in the chapter on North America It talks about how the Mountain Pinebark Beetle has affected the forests in the United States but they seem to have forgotten the fact that this infestation occurred because environmentalists complained about the use of a pest control chemical called DDT The downside about the chemical supposedly is that this chemical affected mother birds who were nesting and the chemical would cause the eggs to be soft So when the mother bird would sit on the eggs the eggs were crushed But instead of figuring out a solution for the insect infestation it was rather neglected and the forests became prone to have diseases and the suchI also noticed while reading about the slave trade that occurred the colonization of the Western Hemisphere that the authors failed to mention that Africans had often enslaved other Africans Interesting how the authors manipulate the historical facts to fit their leftist agendaAs a warning this book does contain the satanic beliefs and teachings of socialism The writings throughout the book seem in favor of Marxism I also feel that this book contains plenty of nuanced anti American sentiment

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Hic changes that accompany today's rapid rate of globalization It gives students access to the latest ideas concep. This is pretty good textbook It provides a lot of information I really enjoyed the supported materials that accompanied the book

  • Paperback
  • 458
  • Globalization and Diversity
  • Lester Rowntree
  • English
  • 12 May 2019
  • 9780321651525

5 thoughts on “Globalization and Diversity

  1. says:

    This was a textbook for my geography class I took this summer I found the information in this book super interesting but I did take the geography class for fun I learned a lot about various world regions culture climate lifestyle conflicts political environmental social and economic struggles language etc This was a very informative read However I'm a geography nerd of sorts and it's a subject that interests than all others If you like geography or want to learn about the world you live in you will enjoy this book; otherwise don't waste your time

  2. says:

    This is pretty good textbook It provides a lot of information I really enjoyed the supported materials that accompanied the book

  3. says:

    This was for my Geography and World Affairs course at Brigham Young University which is reuired for my MajorI thought the readings were indeed insightful and all Coming to an awareness of the world the concept of globalization the different diverse cultures societies governments economics physical geography and so forthI found the chapter on Central Asia to be interesting to read about and how the authors acknowledged the controversy of making a Central Asia region I found Tibet to be interesting as well as going over Afghanistan Pakistan India and the much fought over KashmirStrangely for this semester with all the trouble that's going on in the Crimea Pinensila Ukraine and Russia my class was going over the whole Russian Domain which also bears its own chapter in the bookThe only complaint I have with the book is the liberal bias that came with it There are some omitted historical facts or time period amnesia in the chapter on North America It talks about how the Mountain Pinebark Beetle has affected the forests in the United States but they seem to have forgotten the fact that this infestation occurred because environmentalists complained about the use of a pest control chemical called DDT The downside about the chemical supposedly is that this chemical affected mother birds who were nesting and the chemical would cause the eggs to be soft So when the mother bird would sit on the eggs the eggs were crushed But instead of figuring out a solution for the insect infestation it was rather neglected and the forests became prone to have diseases and the suchI also noticed while reading about the slave trade that occurred the colonization of the Western Hemisphere that the authors failed to mention that Africans had often enslaved other Africans Interesting how the authors manipulate the historical facts to fit their leftist agendaAs a warning this book does contain the satanic beliefs and teachings of socialism The writings throughout the book seem in favor of Marxism I also feel that this book contains plenty of nuanced anti American sentiment

  4. says:

    This was reuired for a class As far as textbooks go I liked it The layout was predictable and consistent and made note taking easier There are interesting pictures and maps that help with understanding the text I've got an A so

  5. says:

    this was one of my elective textbooks for college

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