Human Geography of Spain Jose Maria Serrano Martinez

ISBN: 9781898723929

Published: December 1st 1998

Paperback

300 pages


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Human Geography of Spain  by  Jose Maria Serrano Martinez

Human Geography of Spain by Jose Maria Serrano Martinez
December 1st 1998 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 300 pages | ISBN: 9781898723929 | 8.30 Mb

Spain has witnessed the most remarkable economic, social and political transformation of any West European country over ther past 25 years. During this time it has emerged from the shadow of Francos dictatorship to its new status as a major EUMoreSpain has witnessed the most remarkable economic, social and political transformation of any West European country over ther past 25 years.

During this time it has emerged from the shadow of Francos dictatorship to its new status as a major EU country. This volume, the first book on the human geography of the new Spain, starts by placing Spain within the new political and economic context of Europe and then traces Spains own political evolution from dictatorship to democracy and the autononmous regions. Subsequent chapters deal with demography, the agricultural crisis, industrial restructuring, the growth of the service economy, mass tourism, the welfare state, transport and urban systems.

The book concludes wirh an integrated summary of the constituent elements of the new geography of Spain, set within the context of continuing and emerging regional disequilibria in Spain and with reference to Spains position on the dynamic semi-periphery of Europe.



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