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Department
Geography
Course
GGR124H1
Professor
Damian Dupuy
Semester
Winter

Description
March 9, 2011 -use some logic to organize the year comparisons for your neighbourhood in the assignment (1970, 1975, 1980, etc.) -0-14 and 65+ are called the dependency groups -look at average household income -use median household income -click CMAtracted CA name option at bottom right of page -then put in census track name in box The Theory of Filtering -used to explain changes in housing occupancy over time -developed by Hoyt -Typically, highest incomes occupy expensive homes -vacate these as they move from city core -next highest income group occupy the vacated homes -their homes sold to lower income groups Reverse Filtering or Gentrification -filtering existed in Canada up to the 1970s -since then, a process of reverse filtering has been occurring -also referred to as Gentrification Gentrification-Classic Stage Model -example: Yorkville, Berlin -low income to trendy -stages: 1. Original Pioneers:
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