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The global challenge

ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Commodity Fetishism, Informal Sector, Labour Power

Commodity fetishism: where an economic object becomes socially transformed into an object which people choose to believe has intrinsic value in and of itself, regardless of what has happened to produce it Understanding the...

Arts - ATS
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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Technological Change, Resource Consumption, Primary Sector Of The Economy

Food miles Average grams of CO2 emissions from transporting 1 tonne for 1 km Cars: emissions from CO2 from journeys in the UK to purchase food rose by 27 (19922002), totaling about the same as those from heavy good vehicle...

Arts - ATS
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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Informal Sector, Ovoviviparity, Centralisation

All settlements are equidistant and exist in a triangular lattice pattern Distance decay mechanism (interaction between two locales declines when distance increases) Perfect competition exists and all sellers are economic ...

Arts - ATS
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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neoliberalism, Ecofeminism, Social Sustainability

3. Migration is becoming more differentiated combinations of permanent and temporary migration, refugees, retirees, students etc 4. Migration is increasingly feminized more migrants are women especially in both labour flow...

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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Productivism, Tsukiji Fish Market, Food Miles

Feeding and cleaning the planet (89) Food regime: The imperial calorie 19th Century WW1: extensive Rise in agriculture export and import, characterized mainly by exploitation by colonial states of white settler countries. ...

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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Barter, Informal Sector, Microelectronics

5. A special role for Asia Production evolving over time Clothing: China, Vietnam, Bangladesh Steel, chemicals, engineering Motor vehicles Bio tech microelectronics: Japan, Korea Singapore, Taiwan 6. Uneven development: As...

Arts - ATS
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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neoliberalism, World Trade Organization, Foreign Direct Investment

For example, rising oil prices rising electricity prices rising costs for home based workers in textile manufacture reduced income Issue: Little control over employment conditions, insecurity, no access to social protectio...

Arts - ATS
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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cultural Imperialism, Commodity Fetishism, Planned Obsolescence

1. Malthusianism Key argument: population growth will ultimately outstrip resources, so therefore the world faces a future doomed to scarcity Example: Waste o We will shortly be drowning in our own waste Example: Species e...

Arts - ATS
ATS1309
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ATS1309 Final: ATS1309

Oilmost versatile, transportable (eg; can be pumped through pipes), used in a vast range of products beyond petroleum (plastics, textiles, cosmetics), has created new resources, advanced industrial societies completely dep...

Arts - ATS
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ATS1309 Study Guide - Final Guide: Central Place Theory, Stadial, Political Ecology

Stadial assumptions: societies move through set stages of development eg; from savage to civilized Spatially and socially differentiated: some places are seen as more developed than others Social evolutionary ideas of prog...

Arts - ATS
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