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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesSummer

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Online Shopping, Geomarketing

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Visitors also contribute a lot of money into the economy one of the biggest tourist destination in canada is the eaton centre. Why do most restaurants
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesSummer

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Convenience Store, Distance Decay, Broadstreet Rugby Club

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A typical shopping centre (built up vertical) = eaton centre. Hundreds of variables people with different age groups, ethnicity, dwellings, education l
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesSummer

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Distance Decay, Tetum Language, Walmart

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Left hand side they don"t go to the nearest one, rather they drive a lot more. Right hand side much more sensitive to distance changed over time. Both
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture 2: Lec 2

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Case study: retail invasion - new foreign chains in canada. Malls downtown (eaton centre) have relatively small footprints because of the available spa
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UTSGGGR101H1Peter BikoulisWinter

GGR101H1 Lecture 6: Lecture 6 The Origins of Agriculture

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3-5 hours a day to meet basic needs. Task-oriented, send out groups from base camp to collect resources. Differences based on age and sex, acquired sta
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesSummer

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Voronoi Diagram, Centroid, Bounded Rationality

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One important retail strategy chain retailing is almost always identical making the only variable of difference between them distance. An example of an
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UTSGGGR223H1Alana BolandWinter

GGR223H1 Lecture 5: GGR223 WEEK 5

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UTSGGGR101H1Peter BikoulisWinter

GGR101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Low Earth Orbit, Milankovitch Cycles, Atmospheric Circulation

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Subatomic particles propagated in wavelengths: atoms composed of protons, neutrons, electrons, photons drive electromagnetic energy. Travel at speed of
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesSummer

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Externality, Inedia, Retail Park

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Advantages of retail chains continued: (last lecture: 5. Test product lines in sub-set of stores: 7. High profile, different media, generative, univers
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UTSGGGR223H1Alana BolandWinter

GGR223H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Peer Pressure, Lawn

Once upon a time, natural worlds affected social worlds and vice versa. Now, natural worlds and social worlds affect each other, therefore the two are
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesSummer

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mavenir, Retail Park, Glossary Of Chess

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The converse breakpoint method: converse breakpoint is a modification of reilly"s law of retail, difference in size if important if all the places are
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UTSGGGR223H1Alana BolandWinter

GGR223H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Overfishing, Macroeconomics, Natural Product

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Replay from last week (1) nature is external to humans allows us to think/do. There are two contradictory ideas about nature: Nature becomes a commodit
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