The study of people and their environment with particular emphasis on social factors.
More example sentences
- It effectively focuses on middle and upper-class reformers, women and men, their ideologies, programs and organizations, set in the context of the city's changing physical environment and social geography.
- The old identities and social geography of African chiefdoms remained partly intact and a dynamic factor in the country's development.
- Community was present on a variety of spatial scales, and a process of differentiation, based primarily on occupation and the length and street of residence, became inscribed into the district's social geography.
Definition of social geography in:
- The British & World English dictionary