par Grimmeau, Jean Pierre
Référence Revue belge de géographie, 112, 1-2, page (93-104)
Publication Publié, 1988
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The analysis reveals three main trends in contemporary human geography in Belgium: one oriented towards remote sensing and regional geography; one with a marxist inclination, concerned with historical causation, the role of social classes and social inequalities; and another with a positivist inclination, looking for data and causality at the individual level. -H.Clout