Week 3 Class Notes
Week 3 Class Notes Geo 171
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Human Geographies Week 3 Notes Thinking Geographically Lesson 3: Regions- Formal- cultural imagery of an area (Ex- Mormon Utah) Functional- the amount of interactions in a region (economic) Regionalism- How different groups have a sense of allegiance/ identity to a specific region ( Ex- Southern US) Landscape- created by people in the course of their development in an area Ordinary or vernacular (barns, houses, etc) vs symbolic (represent values to residents) Sense of place - emotions/memories surfaced due to experiences at a certain place ● Creation of Modern World system - 1450-1900 ● European expansion - imperialism - late 16th century ○ Two above critical in shaping modern world ● Major transition to capitalism & nation states Disruption of Native populations- Native Americans, Africans, etc Atlantic Trade Triangle- Distribution of goods (disease, crops, precious metals, etc exchanged in triangle) Colonies began to be set up: ● Exploration brings upon new views of world geography ● New things documented (people, items, etc) Globalization Lesson 1: Globalization: World economy, 16th century to present. 1970- shift to rescale to modern prices ● Spread & depth ● Emergence of rules & governance ● Increasing interconnections & economic, political, social, and cultural policies Since 1990: ● Trade openness & gender integration ● Geography - re-scaling & re-shaping core & periphery regions ● World economy Driving Factors: ● Development of capitalism (16th century onward) ● Drive to access new markets, materials, etc ● Inherently expansionary system Waves of International Innovation: ● Since Industrial Revolution- waves of advancements ● Every 50 years, advancements increase significantly Critical role of transport & communication tech. 19th-20th century - telegraph/ steamship Late 20th century to 21st - internet / telecommunications Finances: ● 24+ currencies ● Financialization of world economy (deregulation) Global Consumerization: ● Decline in a national brands ● Growth of global products/brands ● Globalization of US pop culture ● Manufacturing focused experts ● China/India as major world exporters ~Linked together by global commodity chains ● Producer driven ● Buyer-retail driven market ● Marketing practices Economic growth faster than employment gains Slowed down in overall economic growth
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