Geo Questions Post Midterm Exam
Jan 7th Why Cities?
Define urbanization and urbanism.
process of growing number of people living in cities
movement of people from rural urban areas
To a degree, is coincided with industrialization (loosely equ
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY STUDY QUESTIONS
Place and Space in Global World
Q1. What is the difference between place and space?
An objective location that has both uniqueness and interdependence with other
place, as well as a subjective social and cultural con
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October 1, 2012
This is a picture of the Scott Library the main library of the Keele campus at York University.
This photo demonstrates globalization on campus. Globalization is defined as the proces
Human Geography Assignment 2
During September 2012, more than 1800 beef products were recalled because of
the presence of E.coli. Being the largest food recall in Canada, it created a lot of
controversy and spur in the public and media. The E.
Occupy Wall Street Movement
Occupy Wall Street was a protest movement that began on September 17, 2011 in New
York Citys Wall Street financial district. The main issues raised by Occupy Wall Street were
social and economic inequality, mainly
Place: a concept with 2 levels of meaning: 1. An objective location that has both uniqueness and
interdependence with other places; 2. A subjective social and cultural construct somewhere that
has personal meaning for individuals or groups.
-I can see Yor
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY STUDY QUESTIONS
What is Economic Development?
Q1. What are GDP, GNP, and GNI and what are their limitations as economic
Gross Domestic Product (GDP): An estimate of the total value of all goods and
services produced by an econo
Monday, October 29, 2012
Nature, society, technology relationships
Is what we consider was natural, something that is socially constructed?
Technology is all the phyiscal objects, the techniques and _ put into them
1. WHAT DOES AN INTERNATIONALIST APPROACH TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY MEAN?
advocates a greater economic and political cooperation among nations for their benefit
teaches that the people of all nations have more in common than they do differences
City as System
Monday, January 21, 2013
Urban Structure and Bid-Rent theory
- The urban structure is deterimined by competitive bid for specific land use
Ex. Businesses want to be where there is a lot of people and interactions,
therefore they pa
ASSIGMENT #2: Article Retrieval and Analysis
GEOG 1410 HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
i) To familiarize students with electronic bibliographic database searches and article
ii) To introduce students to scholarly journals and articles and
it represents new methods of finding data and analyzing them in order to come to
conclusion about c
GEOG 1410 Introduction to Human Geography
Assignment #4: Canadian Urban System
1. To familiarize students with the differences between large, medium-sized and small centres in
the Canadian urban system.
2. To introduce students to a p
TA and Tutorial Group: tutorial 08
Name of Student:
Log of GEOBASE Search
# of records
Selected Critical Article Information
Assignment 4: Community Profile
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Globalization and State Power
Globalization refers to the worldwide phenomenon of increased technological,
economic, and cultural interconnectedness between nations. It is essentially capitalism
on a global scale, rather than national. Hence,
1. What is the Malthusian explanation of poverty, and why is it problematic?
Malthus observed that in nature, plants & animals produce far more offspring
than can survive man too is capable of overproducing
Concluded that unless family size was regulated
Human Geo Exam Notes
What is the difference between place and space?
Are socially constructed.
It has two levels of meanings (1) an objective location that has uniqueness and
interdependence with other places. (2) a subjec