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GGRB13 Lecture 1 - Social Geography

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Department
Geography
Course
GGRB13H3
Professor
Shaun Tanaka
Semester
Fall

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GGRB13 Lecture 1 – 4 September 2013 SOCIAL GEOGRAPHY Social Geography - Social relations, social identities, social inequalities - It is hard to deplore from cultural and urban geographies - Encompasses all of the above - The relationship between society and space - The values and judgments applied to spaces o These are constantly changing What is Space? - Absolute space - Space has more meaning when you think of social values What is Place? - Location – specific entity - Distinctive place with special significance 4 Key Commitments - Importance of issues - Understanding materiality o Power balance - Commitment to social justice - Engagement with “relational (
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