An ethic for geography: The role of the affective domain in developing environmental awareness
Geography is a subject with integral ethical and moral components. However, because of the subject's traditionally close association with scientific rationality this factor has not always been recognised. The significance .of the affective dimension of geographical learning is explored for tts value in creating and developing both environmental awareness and environmental responsibility.
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