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What are some examples of cognitive?

What are some examples of cognitive?


School: University of Georgia
Department: Geography
Course: Human Geography: People, Places, and Cultures
Professor: Amy ross
Term: Winter 2016
Cost: 25
Name: Human Geog Week 2 notes
Description: Week two notes for Human Geography
Uploaded: 01/20/2017
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What are some examples of cognitive?

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based on what we see or remember. What you remember from a place is a cognative image

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nodes = important Strategic points land marks-physical refrenu poin Slide 13 Socio Spatial dialect - people and places are We also discuss several other topics like What is the global distribution of the world?

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o places act on people and people act on places Slidell land Scapes-Vätves, cwturar ideas, places of power

Do spaces matter in coding?

often a reminder of valves of a place (ex: UGA arch) Place of power? Tinamin Savare reflects pover of Caremment ble large statues of owers & GIANT SQUARE Ondhary landscapes-like suburban piaus, ex: busnes, sans, trees We also discuss several other topics like What is the meaning of osmolality in biology?

dereich Landscapes, reflect danger Isadness. ex nomencas praees Side 6 modernity- way to look @wond that emphazies.

reason, scientific rationality, creativity, novelity & progues ex: large highways, technology progress, etc.

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World is increasingly connected ex: Coffee not grown here but most all consume. however

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of diffgent parts of the wond through common processes of ecoronil, enviromentat.

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hot same as wealthy areas today slide 1 - Food Processing Systems ->

-population density increased -Social organization - Specialization

- more economy & trade.conneet between Societies. Sude 12 urbanization ~ towns coties became essential

as centers of administration for eany word empires.

people come to power, distribute wealth, taxes, laws Side 13 place making to human relations were fundamentam

transformed w/ the rise of agneulture - Sride 14 empires established more complex trade systems

specialization of the empires. (economic specialization) Istart trading Knowledge, witure, renigion - GLOBALIZATION

desieses, weapons, laws, etc. slice & economie specicuization Starts to explain why

deneaner places are different, alows Societies to

word w/ their enviroments. Slide 17 What changed this system? the Rise of Colonization

o colonization - pysical settlement & poniticar &

Sociaal control over origional people in the country slide 18 olaw of diminishing retums - proauctivity

decrease sadece if youre not apie to incre are

your resources & technologies guns, cannons, Ships awow colonization. expansionany logre a new *White man's burden &

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threen effects of colonization 0 ExpoA driven economies created in

place of self-sufficent econonces. -reigons no longer provide for themselves. dependant on Golonizers to get their restorf

(2 colonial boonaries promoted poutical instansiuty -clone purposey to prevent people from opsising to organizing

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