Monmonier, Mark. Mapping It Out: Expository Cartography for the Humanities and Social Sciences (Chicago: The University of London Press, 1993).
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Table of Contents
1. Maps in the Humanities and Social Sciences
2. Scale, Perspective, and Generalization
3. Visual Variables and Cartographic Symbols
4. Map Goals, Map Titles, and Creative Labeling
5. Cartographic Sources and Map Compilation
6. Statistical Maps, Data Scaling, and Data Classification
7. Mapping Movement, Change, and Process
8. Relational Maps and Integrative Cartography
A. Drawing Media: Electronic Graphics or Pen-and-Ink Drafting
B. Working With a Cartographic Illustrator
C. Selected Readings
Sources of Illustrations