Class Notes for Damian Dupuy

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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture 3: Lecture 3 – 09

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29 Sep 2016
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: White Buildings, Le Corbusier, Radiant City

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4 Oct 2015
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You could live and work in a clean neighbourhood/town . No individual property rights subsumed all other rights tenants would lease their land from thi
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Hectare, United Nations Environment Programme

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4 Oct 2015
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Unep reports that 77% of the north american population is urban; over the next 20 years, 300+ million people will live in north american urban areas. U
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture 6: URB021010

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4 Oct 2015
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A physical analysis of the town plan, and the formal change therein. It has a long history and legacy, culminating in the 1960s work of michael conzen:
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture 3: URB012010

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4 Oct 2015
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Surplus. (producing more than the subsistence level of goods - - - trade) You also need the presence of agglomeration economies arguments are commerce-
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cadbury, High Tech, Company Town

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4 Oct 2015
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GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Post-Fordism, Logarithm, Rankl

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4 Oct 2015
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Linkages are the glue that keep cities functioning together (systematized) . Allen pred (1977): classification by interdependence and closure. At the r
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture 8: URB030310

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4 Oct 2015
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Defined simply as low density development that is beyond the edge of urban services and employment. Every 6 to 10 years, the city of toronto grows by a
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lewis Mumford, Louis Wirth, Hectare

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4 Oct 2015
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January 6th, 2010: welcome to the course: office hours immediately after class. Ss5068 main doors, 5th floor elevator, first office on right hand side.
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GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Economic Model, Crop Rotation, Ctol

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4 Oct 2015
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Readings: writings are ideal for the economics/urban planning potential, slides go up as part of a theme. Issues of proximity, diversity, concentration
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Rush Hour, Fort Myers, Florida, Fossil Fuel

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4 Oct 2015
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Large houses with a door set back from the [wide] sidewalks that nobody walks on no connection to community, no rallying point (besides a mall, that yo
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GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Blackberry Limited, Central Place Theory, Mars Discovery District

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4 Oct 2015
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We can recognize that the contemporary urban (and manufactorial) system is itself very much globalized. The local versus the global is a major debate i
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