Features and ways of showing of social and economic

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Features and ways of showing of social and economic space Feature Ways of showing itself Derivativeness and secondariness Primary forms are these forms of social and economic space, which emerge as a result of independent and fitted for requirements processes of development. Secondariness relies on fitting for developed areas. Closeness and openness Closed forms are these froms of social and economic space, in which majority of basic elements of space is already developed. Strong expansionism is visible in opened areas. Degree of developing Individual spaces can be developed in different degree, it means, that their structural and functional elements are used in different degree. Complexity and selectivity Complexity relies on comprehensive utilization of structural-functional elements. However, selectivity relies on utilization of chosen elements, with distinct limitation of other ones. Density and divisibility This feature expresses place and ways of realization of individual functions of social and economic space. Degree of stability This feature expresses rate of changes of realized functions. Degree of similarity Degree of similarity expresses susceptibility on new forms of developing. Heterogeneity allows only on some forms of activities but other makes difficult. Homogeneity makes space more receptive on reception of new forms of use. Simultaneously complexity grows . Continuity and discontinuity Continuity means, that untaken advantage economically areas are eliminated and differences in development of individual spatial units are leveled. Features of territorial and network organization Territorial organization Network organization Boundaries Connections
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Density, continuity Divisibility, separation Closeness, principle of not penetrating inside Territorial openess Stress on territorial units and their authonomy Stress on actors and individual authonomy Accumulation of bonds, multifunctionality Selectivity Stability, rigidity Elasticity, short-time Territorial exclusivity Crossing and penetrating bonds among actors Nearness, location bonds Anssensitivity for distance Centre and peripheries Knots, tendency to decentralised connections Territorial expansion Mutual penetration Physical presence, owing Availability Dichotomy - national / international Division between national and international Territorial representation, mediation Direct participation without representation and mediation Territorial hierarchy, vertical bonds, domination of magnitude Horizontal connections – cooperation and competition Formal and organizational connections Formal and informal connections Divison for micro- and macro- Convergence micro- and macro- STATE AND FORM OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SPACE IS ALWAYS RESULTANT OF INTERACTION OF FOUR FACTORS, SUCH LIKE: Natural environment, Level of development of techniques and technologies, System of values and categories of culture, Subjects (actors, members) creating space Kinds of nearness in spatial analyses Kinds of nearness Description
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