Notes for GEO

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Notes for GEO: Format: -Short answer Section (6 questions, only have to answer 4) -Essays: 3 questions (More like long answer questions: paragraph or 2): 4 groups of three questions: chose 1 from 3 of the 4 groups -Best strategy: trace back terms on study guide to lectures of Bb, then consult notes, then readings Questions: -Essays will require examples: Back them up with NY times articles from discussion, or lecture / films -Short answers will be more like definition and example, or a description. -Scale: Different levels of social and spatial experience (pg. 19) -Capital and M-M’: simplified version (M’ is profit, M is what you invest), production for profit. Maximize profits -Specific consequences for workers: -Polarized Labor Market (fewer jobs in the middle) From Industrial to Post- Industrial Economy, FIRE -More wage earners per household -Longer hours -Debt - Job insecurity -Neoliberalism in Practice: - Privatization -Deregulation -Global Free Trade -Breaking labor and unions -Tax and Spending Cuts
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course GEO 273 taught by Professor Gentry during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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