Class Notes for GGR100H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGGGR100H1Joseph LeydonWinter

I have compiled 3 lecture notes: Cities of South America, Russia and the Greater Middle East

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24 Feb 2011
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UTSGGGR100H1Joseph LeydonWinter

GGR100H1 Lecture Notes - Participatory Planning

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24 Feb 2011
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2 cities: 1 carefully planned by french architect. 2nd city ----------------: a city in columbia. Background: located in a valley that expands along th
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UTSGGGR100H1Patrick VitaleWinter

GGR 336 - Lecture 5 Notes.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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Lecture 5: north migration southern blacks moved to the north. Blacks in the north were not that friendly to south rural blacks. Accent from southern b
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UTSGGGR100H1Michelle MajeedFall

GGR100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Scottish Diaspora, Non-Resident Indian And Person Of Indian Origin, Antimicrobial Resistance

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26 May 2013
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Ggrb28 lecture 9 - nov 15, 2012. Diaspora: sense of a connection to a homeland, real or imaginary (canadian diaspora, scottish diaspora, etc. ) Indian
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UTSGGGR100H1James NughentWinter

GGR100H1 Lecture Notes - Hetch Hetchy, Deep Ecology, Environmental Ethics

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29 Feb 2012
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Nature is a concept which signifies some kind of natural world, independent of humans. It is a social construct however, as it is the product of social
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UTSGGGR100H1Michelle MajeedFall

GGR100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tuberculosis, Streptomycin, 18 Months

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26 May 2013
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Ggrb28 lecture 8: geographies of tb- nov 8, 2012. Sample test question: explain the difference b/w mdr and xdr tuberculosis. Unless you took a test, yo
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UTSGGGR100H1Michelle MajeedFall

GGR100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: 2012 Nfl Season, Centre For Addiction And Mental Health, Nimby

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26 May 2013
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Ggrb28 - - lecture 10 - nov 22, 2012. Stigma is the disapproval of a person on the grounds of characteristics that distinguish them from others. Social
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UTSGGGR100H1Patrick VitaleWinter

Jan 25, 2012 - LEC 3

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31 Jan 2012
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Historical geog: lec 3 jan 25, 2012. Lecture iii: industrialization and guns, shoes, meat & steel: Industrialization required 4 things: 1) labour force
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UTSGGGR100H1Patrick VitaleWinter

Historical Geog LEC 4: FEB 1, 2012

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13 Feb 2012
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Puddler was key figure before mechanization he was slow and production was affected because of this, if one could mechanize his job or disperse it over
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UTSGGGR100H1Joseph LeydonFall

Lecture 13 notes

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29 Jan 2011
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Ggr323 - aging aging - a global phenomena. Mostly in developing countries - no resources to deal with process of aging. Family structures being destroy
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UTSGGGR100H1Michael EkersFall

GGR100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Geopolitics, Social Forces, Economic Geography

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2 Dec 2014
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Critical reflection due on oct. 2 (2-3 pages) Review: a variety of different global processes exist, economic, political, cultural and environmental, c
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UTSGGGR100H1Joseph LeydonFall

Lecture 10 notes

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29 Jan 2011
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Ggr323 - development and population cost of development. How does it impact people and environment. Not solving relationship between resources and popu
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