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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCB44H3
Professor
John Hannigan
Semester
Fall

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HarrisUllman Multiple Nuclei Model 1945in contrast to concentric zone model and sector modelZONES1CBD2Wholesale light manufacturing3Low class residential4Medium class residential5High class residential6Heavy manufacturing7Outlying business district8Residential suburb9Industrial suburbcentre of growth not just one central core but multiple other nuclei spread around nuclear region and each one has its own growthis very decentralized model does not follow particular shaperecognizes that you can have certain activities that are decentralized in citycan have multiple points of land usesthis is the model that city planners try to adopt because too much concentration in downtown so use zoning to develop model around greater Toronto where there area multiple downtownsso have one nucleus eg Scarborough Town Centre where there are civic and shopping centrecondos are still constructing in that
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