Key Points about Migration
Definition of Migration:
Movement across a national boundary perceived as permanent
Contrast with Internal displacement; note: only international migrants
automatically fall under auspices of international law and the U
FILM GUIDE - THE EDGE OF SURVIVAL
The film addresses the problem of development by showing examples of various
attempts to alleviate poverty. The viewer is invited to compare the results of each attempt
and evaluate the roles of outside intervent
MODELING IN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY: The von Thunen Case
"Three things determine the value of land: Location, LOCATION, and LOCATION." - Real estate
PURPOSE: To explore the relationships between culture, site and situation determining
Exercise 3. Population Projection. Due 4/11/13
to get comfortable with using the US Census Bureaus International Data Base to look
up estimated population data for most of the worlds independent countries;
to practice using Crude B
GREEN REVOLUTION STUDY GUIDE
READINGS FROM THE RUBENSTEIN TEXT:
Agriculture Chapter10, 306-341, especially pp335-341.
WHAT PROBLEM OR PROBLEMS ARE WE ADDRESSING HERE?
1. Is this a POPULATION problem?
a. Is the main source of this problem the growth of the
(Geographic Space that is)
What happens when Space
A Brief Introduction to Location
What will I do when I graduate?
Where will I get a job?
Location theory asks two questions:
The land-use question:
None of the following examples is
perfect, but looking at other
students successes and mistakes
should help you get the idea.
Note the decline in life
Here the student failed to distinguish between
Some modernization aspects of DT
Villages or farmsteads> Cities
Subsistence, staples > Cash, s
GEOG 108: Global Land and Livelihoods Spring, 2013 CRN: 6507
MEETING TIMES: T, Th 10:30 -12:20 in TA132
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. John B. Richards, Ph.D.
OFFICE: TAYLOR 121: HOURS: T, R 8:30 10:20 and 3:30 5:00 or by appointment.
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