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Lecture 9-March 12-The Geography of Demand Lecture 10-March19-Murdies Social Area Model

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University of Toronto St. George
Herbert Kronzucker

Lecture 9: March 12 The Geography of Demand: The Market (A market is a set of consumers) How do we usually identify and describe a market? 1. Spatially: bounding a spatial market. Where? What limits? Demands and distance. 2. Population size: numbers, distribution, and density. Population change. Fig 17.3, CMAs, Fig 6.8 Intra urban population density has distance decay effect from downtown. The core is not high density because this area is business area now. High density around CBD (core business district). Population change: P2 = P1 +(B - D) + (I - E) 3. Socioeconomic status: income, education, occupation, FAMEX data (income brackets how they spend money). Table 8.6: inner city lower income but contradiction is forest hill and rosedale Suburbs higher income Sector pattern, Fig 2.7, 2.8 Education and income Occupation High: highly skilledmanagerialprofessional, white collar Middle: skilledsemi skilled, blue collar Low: unskilled Above note is continued in next lecture Lecture 10: March 19
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