By Nicholas Clifford, Meghan Cope, Thomas W. Gillespie, Shaun French
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Your lecturer/professor will not be impressed if you use textbooks, dictionaries and magazines aimed primarily at school/collegelevel study, or if you cite Wikipedia. Only a small proportion of websites are likely to be appropriate (see later). Many of the most appropriate references will be academic journal articles. g. at the time of writing The Dictionary of Human Geography is in its fifth edition). Remember that earlier editions are usually the ones that your colleagues will leave on the open library shelves.
Key Methods in Geography by Nicholas Clifford, Meghan Cope, Thomas W. Gillespie, Shaun French