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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

GGRA02H3 Lecture Notes - Mi9, Human Geography, Mount Ebal

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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

GGRA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Leco Language, Defensively Equipped Merchant Ship

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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

lecture 11

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State regulated economy - state in the name of the people would control production and distributed. Supply/ territory of land -- resource depletion - w
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5 Global Tourism Lecture Notes

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Smaller economies rely on their own resources and attractions to trap into the rapidly growing global tourist industry. The boom in the growth of touri
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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

lecture 4

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Urbanization - new centres of commerce and industry. Sugar trade - spatial interaction (goods and materials), change in character in places. Colonizati
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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceWinter

Lecture 2

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Needed for tourists to bring in something familiar. New materials need to be brought into the town: uniforms, building materials, employees, etc. Impac
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lecture 12

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Infrastructure, land uses (character and functionality) - locations. Tim hortons  exports and purchases from other areas, materials  linking you to p
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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

Lecture #4-The Global Supermarket Continued

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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

Lecture #2-Thinking Geographically

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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

lecture 9

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Return (p. 1153): returning to country of origin. Retirement (p. ): move back to country for relaxation. Fear of terrorism  new/ stricter immigration
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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceFall

lecture 7

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Less money to spend on luxuries/ optional expenditures, fewer/shorter trips. Still controls the money generated from investment. Forms in taxes and wag
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lecture 2

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Our definition of place may be close, local, what we are familiar with (grounded/ fixed: grounded spaces with meaning.  a lot of places are becoming l
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