REASSESSMENT OF THE "NEW GEOGRAPHY"
AbstractWithin the last ten years, both of us who have had responsibility for overseeing graduate work in geographical education at McGill have written papers with similar titles. That of my predecessor, Professor Eric Winter, appeared in this journal under the title, "Towards the New Geography,'" and argued that the inclusion of urban geography in the curriculum would initiate some changes towards making school geography conform with new developments in the subject. My own paper, "The New Geography - and After?" appeared earlier this year and posed some questions about the future directions which should be taken by school geography in view of the fact that some of the more important developments of the last few years, particularly those in theoretical and quantitative geography, are now under fire from some quarters.
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