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The global challenge

ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Core Countries
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New International Division of Labour Differs from 19 century International Division of Labour Emerged from the 1960s onwards when European, North America and Japanese Transnational Corporations created...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture 11: LECTURE 11 - GEOGRAPHIES OF GLOBAL PRODUCTION (1)
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LECTURE 11 GEOGRAPHIES OF GLOBAL PRODUCTION Production: the process of creating and supplying goods and services to a market - Create jobs, investment in buildings, retail sales sustains populations and cities ...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Central Place Theory, Urban Sociology, International Development
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LECTURE 6: URBANISATION AND URBAN GROWTH World urban population: a rising majority 50% of world population now lives in cities Global challenge urban growth in poorer countries is leading the charge towards...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Conspicuous Consumption, Land Values, Housing Tenure
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1. Re-urbanisation return to the city of growth, investment and population i.e. centralisation tendencies Defined as: the return to the inner city of population, investment, wealth and development ...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Political Ecology, Stadial, Ecosystem Services
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- ecosystem services: the idea that people benefit from what ecosystems provide (e.g. food, water, air, pollination of plants, water purification) o seen in this way, ecosystem services can be valued as an...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: One-Child Policy, Industrial Revolution, Health Technology
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LECTURE 2: CONTEMPORARY POPULATION MIGRATION DYNAMICS Population Boom - After industrial revolution 1800s population incline (fewer dying young) - Population expected to grow BUT in reality, growth rate is decreasing COMP...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anthropocentrism
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LECTURE 3: POPULATION, DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT View slides Lecture 2 Summary Two components to demographic change: migration natural increase Their impact on overall population patterns is highly distinctive depending on...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture 7: LECTURE 7 - RESOURCE CONSUMPTION
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LECTURE 7 RESOURCE CONSUMPTION Objects become resources when humans attach value to them (e.g. flint for weaponstools, oil for energy) socially constructed Technological change both creates and destroys resource value e.g....

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ecological Footprint, Population Ageing, Food Security
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LECTURE 1: THE GEOGRAPHY OF HUMAN POPULATIONS WHY DOES POPULATION GEOGRAPHY MATTER? - Changing relationship with environment - Sustainability of our planet - Species as a whole - Ecological footprint - Food security - Land...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Extinction, Political Ecology, Consumerism
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LECTURE 8: MASS CONSUMPTION AND WASTE 1. Malthusianism Population growth will ultimately outstrip resources future doomed to scarcity Species extinction caused by human race Waste no way to cope with 2. Cornucopia The worl...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Deindustrialization, Small Government, Ovoviviparity
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LECTURE 4: CITIES IN THE 21 STCENTURY How do we define a city? - Population sizedensity - Economic: cities as non-agricultural places - Functional centrality in a region: places that offer functions to an entire region - S...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
ATS1309 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Informal Sector, Global Workforce, Black Market
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10: THE INFORMAL ECONOMY Consist of economic activity and employment that exists outside and beyond formal structures, rules and regulations E.g. unregistered enterprises with several employees and no license to operate in...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
Alan Gamlen
Statistics - Reference Guides

This Guide provides an easy to follow summary of all basic principles that are the foundation to Statistics and Probabilities. Using a combination of charts and sample equations, the key concepts are developed and the esse...

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