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Department
Geography
Course
GGRA02H3
Professor
Michael Ekers
Semester
Fall

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JacksonThinking Geographically IntroductionThe public perception of geography is as a factbased ratjer than conceptual disciplineKey concepts in geography space and place scale and connection proximatly and distance and relational thinkingSpace and Place Tuans definition of place is place is humanised space an abstract world made real through human inhabitation through the investment of emotion and the attribution of meaningMasseys powerful assertion of a progressive or global sense of place in which places are characterised by poprous boundaries and interconnections rather than by fixed identities and impenetrable bordersThe distinctiveness of place is about the routes that connect them with other places and
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