Lecture Notes for GEOG 1101 - Human Geography: People, Places, and Cultures with Kurtz at Georgia (UGA)

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Material Type:Note
Class:GEOG 1101 - Human Geography: People, Places, and Cultures
University:University of Georgia
Term:Spring 2011
  • Periphery Regions
  • State-Owned Industries
  • Agricultural Density
  • Arithmetic Density
  • Particular Points
  • Intervening Opportunity
  • Particularly
  • In/on/at a Place
  • Core Regions
  • Spatial Diffusion
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? Geography ? ?the mother of all sciences? ? Human geography- set of concepts for appreciating and evaluating differences between places while recognizing and understanding the interdependence among places and regions ? Geographical imagination o Understand diversity and interconnectedness of world cultures o Synthesize information and use it to pose and pursue new questions about the world around you o Analyze and make informed decisions about complex issues o Apply geographical knowledge to enhance your lives, meet professional competencies and contribute to the public good ? Interdependence- stretching of social and economic relations across space that connects places and the people who live in them with other places and people ? Academic disciplines- ways of looking at the world and set priorities about what is important to study and what isn?t o Environmental determinism (1800?s-1920) ? doctrine that holds that human activities are deter...

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