Human Geography: People, Places, and Culture 12th edition Human Geography: People, Places, and Culture 12th edition By Erin H. Fouberg and Alec Murphy SINGLE-TERM $69 USD | $89 CAN Human Geography, 12th Edition teaches students to appreciate the diversity of people, places, and cultures, and understand the role people play in shaping our world. Its goals are to provide geographic context to global, regional, national and local issues and to teach students to think geographically and critically about these issues. It features beautifully designed maps, dozens of vibrant photographs taken by the author team, and author and guest field notes that help students see how geographers read cultural landscapes and use fieldwork to understand places. A newly designed demographic data table includes economic, political, and population data, all of which can be examined in ArcGIS Online. The new edition now integrates Threshold Concepts to help students develop their ability to think geographically. Once they learn and apply one of these concepts in the context of a given place, students integrate it into their thinking and can draw from it as they learn new material and explore other places. Fouberg’s Human Geography, 12th Edition is now available with the new WileyPLUS online platform and provides instructors with the freedom and flexibility to tailor curated content, and easily customize the course with their own material. It presents today’s digital native students with a clear learning path through the course and offers a wealth of engaging online tools and resources such as videos, practice material, quizzes, and layered maps available through the dynamic environment of Esri Arc GIS Online. WileyPLUS allows students to easily interact with the content and provides them with opportunities to actively do Geography. Schedule a Demo Request Instructor Account Want to learn more about WileyPLUS? Click Here Hear from our Authors What’s Inside About the Authors Table of Contents ArcGIS Online interactive maps transform learning. An established and exclusive partnership with Esri and maps.com gives students access to six thematic maps that open in the new WileyPLUS online platform. Each map opens in the dynamic environment of ArcGIS online with its full interactive capabilities and is set to focus on region of study in the corresponding chapters. ArcGIS Online Activities are available for assignment with each chapter and are designed to help students manipulate the interactive maps in a meaningful way and get them thinking like a geographer. Videos help explain geographic concepts. Research in geography education has established that to think geographically, students must learn, apply and personalize geographic concepts. Students learn geographic concepts through the Threshold Concept Videos and are asked to apply Threshold Concepts in the end-of-chapter Thinking Geographically Questions. Self-Scoring Practice The Practice tab of each chapter section module gives students a set of questions they can use for self-assessment as they explore the corresponding chapter section and allow them to see what they still need to master before completing higher-stakes online assignments. Pre-created Assignments Pre-created Assignments allow instructors to save time by choosing from an extensive bank of assignments they can to add to their course. These assignments often highlight questions with embedded audio or video and links to the text. ERIN HOGAN FOUBERG grew up in eastern South Dakota. She moved to Washington, D.C., to attend Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where she took a class in Human Geography from Harm de Blij. At Georgetown, Erin found her International Relations classes lacking in context and discovered a keen interest in political geography. She earned her master’s and Ph.D. at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1997). After graduating, Dr. Fouberg taught for several years at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where the graduating class of 2001 bestowed on her the Mary Pinschmidt Award, given to the faculty member who made the biggest impact on their lives. Dr. Fouberg is Professor of Geography and Director of the Honors Program at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota, where she won the Outstanding Faculty Award in 2011. Her research and publications focus on the governance and sovereignty of American Indian tribes, geography education, and the geography of elections. Professor Fouberg served as Vice President of Publications and Products of the National Council for Geographic Education. Dr. Fouberg co-authors Understanding World Regional Geography with William G. Moseley, also published by Wiley. She is active in her community, serving leadership roles on the soccer board, PTA, and fundraising campaigns for children’s charities. She enjoys traveling, reading, golfing, and watching athletic and theater events at Northern State. ALEC MURPHY grew up in the western United States, but he spent several of his early years in Europe and Japan. He obtained his undergraduate degree at Yale University, studied law at the Columbia University School of Law, practiced law for a short time in Chicago, and then pursued a doctoral degree in geography (Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1987). After graduating, Dr. Murphy joined the faculty of the University of Oregon, where he is now Professor of Geography and holder of the James F. and Shirley K. Rippey Chair in Liberal Arts and Sciences. Professor Murphy is a widely published scholar in the fields of political, cultural, and environmental geography. His work has been supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the FulbrightHays foreign fellowship program. Professor Murphy served as the President of the Association of American Geographers in 2003–2004. He is currently Senior Vice President of the American Geographical Society. In the late 1990s, he led the effort to add geography to the College Board’s Advanced Placement Program. He recently chaired a National Academy of Sciences study charged with identifying strategic directions for the geographical sciences. In 2014 he received the Association of American Geographers’ highest honor, its Lifetime Achievement Award. His interests include hiking, skiing, camping, music, and of course exploring the diverse places that make up our planet. Introduction to Human Geography Population and Health Migration Local Culture, Popular Culture, and Cultural Landscapes Identity: Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Sexuality Language Religion Political Geography Urban Geography Development Agriculture and the Rural Landscape Industry and Services The Humanized Environment Globalization and the Geography of Networks Wiley Team for Success. Dedicated to Student Achievement. The Team for Success authors are dedicated to ensuring that all of their Accounting titles are accessible to students, current, accurate, and have a consistent voice and pedagogy from introductory accounting to the intermediate level. Millions of students worldwide have learned from their exceptional resources—and now students are getting real results using ORION Adaptive Practice available in WileyPLUS for Accounting.