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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Heather DorriesWinter

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Urban Ecology, Human Ecology, Deindustrialization

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16 Mar 2013
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Highlight relations between people and the urban environment. Relations between people and the urban environment. Environment: includes natural physica
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture 1: Lecture 1-2UI3

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18 Apr 2016
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Geog 2ui3: tuesday september 9, 2014 lecture 1 conceptualizing. Origin of word: from latin urbs --walled town or city. Population density of at 400 peo
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Infrastructure Canada, Edge City, Mass Production

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18 Apr 2016
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Lecture 10- transitions: metropolitan form: 1920-1945 suburban infilling. U. s. 1900: 470,000 cars 1930: 27 million. 1916 us federal aid roads act (a p
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sun Belt, United States House Committee On Oversight And Government Reform, Federal Housing Administration

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18 Apr 2016
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Food Desert

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18 Apr 2016
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Patterns of residential differentiation stem from the dynamics of urban social interaction that develops within the structural frame works of socio-eco
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Harappa, Chichen Itza, Luoyang

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18 Apr 2016
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Geography 2ui3 lecture 3- from babylon to bombay: questions to consider. Most were not solely concerned with food producion. 3: public wealth (emergenc
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Commuter Town, Transnationalism

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18 Apr 2016
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Increasing fragmentation of economic, social and material fabric of cities. Some groups, neighborhoods and cities are strongly connected to flows of in
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: International Political Economy, Neoliberalism, Dialectic

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18 Apr 2016
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Geog 2ui3: monday september 15, 2014 lecture 2 urbanization part 2. Transition from pre- industrial (mercantile) to early industrial economy. Corporate
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Commuter Town, Bourgeoisie, Social Geography

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18 Apr 2016
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There is a growing population of urban residents. This is partly due to transportation reasons. People mainly walked on foot to get from one place to a
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Craft Production, Water Pollution, Feudalism

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30 Aug 2016
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Geog 2ui3 lecture 4 urban origins. Agricultural surplus production of food, people have time engage in other practices. Population pressures increase o
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Reward System, Housing Tenure

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18 Apr 2016
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1. how do neighbourhood"s change: aging of physical environment. Style: e. g. architecture trends: social and demographic change in place. Some origina
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MCMASTERGEOG 2UI3Robert WiltonFall

GEOG 2UI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Classical Liberalism, Service Economy, Neoliberalism

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30 Aug 2016
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Geog 2ui3 lecture 3 conceptualizing urbanization part ii. Transition from pre-industrial (mercantile) to early industrial economy. Classic free-market
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