Ideas in Geography, 20 Lecture notes compiled for exam revision

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  • UniversityUniversity College London
  • AreaSocial sciences
  • CourseIdeas in Geography
  • Course CodeGEOG1006
  • ProfessorProfessor Paul Longley
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  • Authorzrasbash
  • Created2015
  • Pages16
  • Approved19 April 2018

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These are comprehensive and detailed notes of 20 lectures, ideal for exam revision. They cover the broad, essential theories of geography, and are all absolutely essential for any first year. The notes include key ideas, case studies and concepts for extra reading necessary in order to achieve the top grades in an exam and include ‘Exam tips’ on how to include the readings within your exam answers.

SECTION 1: GEOGRAPHICAL HISTORY
a) Feminist Geographies:
b) Geographical Debates
c) The Nature of Geography

SECTION 2: CHANGING GEOGRAPHICAL IDEAS OF SPACE
a) Geographic Definitions of Space
b) Change in Geographic Conception of Social Spatial relationships

SECTION 3: THE LOCAL-GLOBAL
a) Scale
b) Mosiac Theory
c) System Theory
d) Network Theory
SECTION 4: GIS
a) Positivism
b) Problem Solving
c) Altering Geographical Understanding
d) Perspectives
SECTION 5: REPRESENTATION AND SELF
a) Maps: Communication of Geographican Understanding
b) Models: Geometric Representation
c) Self and Other

SECTION 6: NATURE/CULTURE DICHTOMY
a) Nature: a Fluid Concept
b) Physical Gegraphic Understanding of Nature
c) Human Gegraphic Understanding of Nature

SECTION 7: THE PURPOSE OF MODELS
SECTION 8: THE SCIENTFIC METHOD

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