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Lecture 12

Lecture 12-April 2

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Department
Geography
Course Code
GGR252H1
Professor
Herbert Kronzucker

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Lecture 12: April 2
The Changing Geography of Consumer Demand (Market)
Market Change => Supply Response
A. All Elements of the Market can Change
x Size: P2 = P1 + (B-D) + (I ± E)
x Composition:
o socioeconomic. => income and education. Occupational diversity.
o Demographic: aging baby boomers, smaller households and families. (lifecycle)
o Ethnic: diversity, increase immigration change.
o Lifestyle: diversity
x Consumer behaviour: mobility increase (but IYOPHS), information ± internet/catalogue/TV.
B. Examples of change at the Settlement Scale
Migration. Redistribution. Interurban. (fig. 9.6)
C. Examples of Change at the Intraurban scale (Residential Processes)
1. Suburbanization
o Automobile opened up rapid suburbanization (from the 1950s on)
o Growing economy, baby boom, cars are now affordable.
o There is plateau in the growth of Metro Toronto because people are moving to suburbs because
Toronto is getting crowded.
o Markham was built up before Vaughan because Markham had sewers built.
o ³(PSW\1HVWLQJ´± the kids are grown up and now moving out so it seems as if there is a decline
in population.
2. Inner-city revitalization:
o Gentrification: population decrease, income increase.
o Redevelopment: population increase, income increase.
3. Segregation:
Voluntary/Internal Factors
Involuntary/External Factors
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Lecture 12: April 2 The Changing Geography of Consumer Demand (Market) Market Change > Supply Response A. All Elements of the Market can Change N Size: P2 = P1 + (B-D) + (I E) N Composition: o socioeconomic. => income and education. Occupational diversity. o Demographic: aging baby boomers, smaller households and families. (lifecycle) o Ethnic: diversity, increase immigration change. o Lifestyle: diversity N Consumer behaviour: mobility increase (but IYOPHS), information internetcatalogueTV. B. Examples of change at the Settlement Scale Migration. Redistribution. Interurban. (fig. 9.6) C. Examples of Change at the Intraurban scale (Residential Processes) 1. Suburbanization o Autom
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