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What to focus on in lecture notes and readings when studying for the final exam Lecture 1: Thinking Geographically About Globalization • Meanings of globalization lecture notes – integration, interdependence, interconnection plus Murray, pp.13-17 and the False Dawn excerpt. • Ideologies and discourses of globalization Murray, pp.11-13 • Concepts of human geography concentrate on: - relationship between space and place and the meaning of place - lecture notes and Taylor article (pp.199-200) and Murray, p.49 - spatial interaction especially changes in time-space relations, the Dromocratic revolution – lecture notes and Murray, pp.43-45. Lecture 2: The Historical Geography of Globalization • Rise of global capitalism Sachs, especially p.92, the four features of Western European capitalism • Age of Empires how did industry and empire go together? – lecture notes • Age of Industrialism - main features and factors – lecture notes plus Murray, p.99 - social and environmental consequences – lecture notes. Lecture 3: The Global Assembly Line
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course GEOGRAPHY GGRa02 taught by Professor Bunce during the Fall '12 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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