Geography 1400F/G Lecture : People and Spaces - Concepts of Interactions

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Supply and demand must be effective: transferability. Conditions of transferability are product features and values, distance in time and money, and costs of movement: intervening opportunities. Level of interaction between places is influenced by distance in terms of time and costs. A decline in activity with increasing distance from point of origin. Challenges to assumptions of distance decay due to innovation in transportation and communications, and improvement in friction of distance (ex: time space convergence) Aspects of mobility behaviour are 1. and 2. Territoriality where you delineate spaces into territories by individuals and groups. Spaces we share with other people on regular basis. Extent of individual s activity space depends on their stage in life course (ex: age groups), means of mobility (ex: resources at the individual disposal like income), and demands of daily activities or opportunities. Volume of space and length of time within which our activities must be confined.

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