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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 66 pages long!)

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The world that geographers study is a "whole" All things are inter-related; some more than others. How things are happening in one world is connected t
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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The economic includes: productive forces, geographical spaces, who controls society"s resources. The 1% controls society: relations of productions: cla
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YORKGEOG 1410Raju DasWinter

GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unemployment Benefits, Territorial Entity, Domino Theory

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Questions: what does an internationalist approach to human geography mean? teaches that the people of all nations have more in common than they do diff
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YORKGEOG 1410allFall

GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Regional Geography, Regional Integration, Lebensraum

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Place: a concept with two levels of meaning 1- an objective location that has uniqueness and interdependence with others places 2-a subjective social a
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YORKGEOG 1410Patti NymanFall

GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chorology, Regional Geography, Core Countries

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17 Apr 2014
A place is a place that interconnects people to other things or, a place that has personal meaning for people. The defining component of globalization
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Derangement, Nationstates, Gentrification

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5 Jan 2018
In the great derangement, amitav ghosh writes that those at the margins are now the first to experience the future that awaits all of us. explain how t
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YORKGEOG 1410Raju DasFall

GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chorology, Human Geography, Core Countries

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20 Dec 2013
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YORKGEOG 1410Steven TuftsFall

GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dark Tourism, Ecumene, Regional Geography

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18 Oct 2013
Every place is a space but not every space is considered a place. The thing about space and place is that it depends on your own perceptions and can be
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YORKGEOG 1410Raju DasWinter

Globalization Part 1 Provides examples of globalization, provides various definitions of globalization and describes the role of big companies.

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16 Oct 2011
The expansion of social relations, activities across traditional borders and regions. More specifically a process of the widening of the markets for co
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YORKGEOG 1410Paul DelaneyFall

GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Final Guide: Advantageous, New Imperialism, Gross National Income

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11 Sep 2013
1. what does an internationalist approach to human geography. Advocates a greater economic and political cooperation among nations for their benefit te
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HREQ 3010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ethnocentrism, Stereotype, Racialization

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We will start with a short kahoot game to test the basic knowledge of the trainees: evaluation of other cultures according to preconceptions originatin
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: The Foreign Exchange, Aggregate Demand

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23 Mar
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cabomba, Linear Regression

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23 Mar
Table 1: cumulative oxygen gas produced by cabomba every 2 minutes (0. 03 hours), under red light in a monometer. Time (hours) exp tube 1 trial 1 exp t
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YORKWinter

ADMS 1010 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Therefore I Am, Whole Foods Market, Invisible Hand

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23 Mar
Assumptions are basically things that are believed but not said or written down in proof. There are few underlying assumptions that are presented in pe
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HUMA 1105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 48: Western Gorilla, Western Lowland Gorilla

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2 Mar 2020
Scan sampling (also known as instantaneous, or interval sampling) The table below shows the types of behaviour displayed by western lowland gorillas in
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HUMA 1105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Mandarin Duck, Pied Imperial Pigeon

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2 Mar 2020
Mandarin duck y c n e u q e r f e v i t a l e r e h. The graph above indicates observed behaviors of pied imperial pigeons and. A total of11 behaviorsw
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YORKSpring

MODR 1710 Study Guide - Final Guide: Perfect Competition, Fixed Cost, Economic Equilibrium

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29 Feb 2020
Part i - problem format - is worth 40 marks (40 of the total mark of 50) Part ii - multiple choice- is worth 10 marks (10 of the total mark of 50) This
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YORKSpring

MODR 1710 Study Guide - Final Guide: Indifference Curve, Ecotax, Economic Equilibrium

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29 Feb 2020
This examination consists of two parts for a total of 100 marks. 4 analytic/graphical questions for a total of 40% 5 multiple choice questions not be d
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YORKSpring

MODR 1710 Study Guide - Final Guide: Perfect Competition, Arc Elasticity, Longrun

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29 Feb 2020
Principles of microeconomics: final exam, sample #2, answers. 10 diagrammatic/calculation questions of which you are expected to answer any eight (10 m
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YORKSpring

MODR 1710 Final: ECON1000-2014-Summer-MIDTERM-2C-7QUE(5P,2MC)-7SOL(5P,2MC)-wm

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29 Feb 2020
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodSpring

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Geopolitics

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3 May 2018
Geopolitics - the relationship between the state and the government, and its territory. The state"s power to control space or territory and shape inter
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodSpring

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Lewis Mumford, Gateway Cities, Industrialisation

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3 May 2018
The city is one of the most complex examples of human civilization. There is no single description that will cover its manifestation. Defining the city
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YORKGEOG 1410Raju DasWinter

Geo 1410 lecture sept 28.docx

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8 Apr 2012
What is the maximum support for a group of species. North america and europe together have same population as africa. Urban transition: cities efficien
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Reflecting Pool

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30 Sep 2017
It is a language that we communicate meaning. We use discourse to talk about all the different ways we communicate. What we look for that discourse and
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Gateway Cities, Primate City, Global City

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3 Dec 2017
We think of interdependence is the most important in a specified regions. The process of interdependency at different scales (international or regional
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodSpring

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Canadian International Development Agency, Human Development Index, Amartya Sen

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7 May 2018
Development geography as a subfield of economic geography. Disease; migration; political violence; market; climate change. Development is the best prot
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cultural Geography, Human Geography, Typography

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27 Sep 2017
What is that method / work that cultural geographers do? a. b. c. What we study effects what we study that is called method. Geography tries to incorpo
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YORKGEOG 1410Steven TuftsFall

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Iroquoian Languages, Simcoe County, Marxist Geography

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4 May 2016
Feminist looked at geography based on a gender based. Women were at home and men took the aspect at more of a public and business aspect. Common thread
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodWinter

GEOG 1410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Asthma, Organic Food, Hijab

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9 Apr 2017
People advertise on public buses, cars etc: celebs get paid how much to wear a dress, homeless people are turned into walking wi- hotspots at per 15 m
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Lecture 5: Positionaity

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6 Oct 2017
They would see the specific rather than making the categories. For example it"s the first thing you see (people vs family) That is a type of way we cat
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YORKGEOG 1410Raju DasWinter

GEOG 1410 Chapter Notes -Map Projection, Computer Hardware, Ethnocentrism

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8 Apr 2012
Human geography is the study of the spatial organization of human activity and of the relationship that people have with their environment. Cartography
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YORKGEOG 1410Paul DelaneyFall

GEOG 1410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: String Vibration, Wind Wave, Evaporation

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25 Oct 2012
Implying an enormous number of worlds on which life might possibly have arisen and the time for it to evolve. The elements of life are widespread: carb
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YORKGEOG 1410Steven TuftsFall

Human Geo Chapter 1

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16 Nov 2011
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Heritability

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21 Feb 2018
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Urban Area

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8 Nov 2017
This chapter provides an overview of the most important urban issues that played out during the last 20 years. These can be placed into two categories:
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YORKGEOG 1410Patricia WoodFall

GEOG 1410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Main Source, Multiple Cropping

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20 Feb 2018
The world has seen four agricultural revolutions, all having resulted in a dramatic acceleration of rural growth. It has made possible a revolutionary"
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GEOG 1410 Quiz: Human Geography

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GEOG 1410 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dark Tourism, Ecumene, Regional Geography

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The world that geographers study is a "whole" All things are inter-related; some more than others. How things are happening in one world is connected t
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GEOG 1410- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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The economic includes: productive forces, geographical spaces, who controls society"s resources. The 1% controls society: relations of productions: cla
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