Issues of social relevance raised by presidents of the association of american geographers: The first fifty years

Philosophy and Geography 1 (1):93 – 106 (1998)
Presidents of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) have frequently used their addresses to discuss major changes facing the USA and the world and the responsibilities of geographers. I investigate those addresses that raised questions about social relevance facing the scholarly community and society during times of economic depression, military conflict, and major social changes. Moral and ethical issues were also integral in some statements.
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