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A-Level Geography Topic Master: Changing Places

A-Level Geography Topic Master: Changing Places

ISBN 9781510427532
Edition 1
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Publisher Cengage
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Overview
Chapter 1: Place characteristics, dynamics and connections 1.1 Place characteristics 1.2 Place dynamics 1.3 Place networks and 'layered' connections 1.4 Evaluating the issue: To what extent can places be completely protected from change? Chapter 2: Place meanings, representations and experiences 2.1 Place meanings for individuals and societies 2.2 The power of place representations 2.3 Representations of the city and the countryside in popular culture 2.4 Evaluating the issue: To what extent can place meanings and representations become a cause of conflict? Chapter 3: Place changes, challenges and inequalities 3.1 Deindustrialisation and the cycle of deprivation 3.2 Twenty-first century economic, political and technological challenges 3.3 Changing demographic and cultural characteristics of places 3.4 Evaluating the issue: Identifying possible contexts, data sources and criteria for the assessment Chapter 4: The place remaking process 4.1 Place remaking approaches, strategies and players 4.2 Cultural heritage and place remaking processes 4.3 Remaking contemporary places 4.4 Evaluating the issue: Assessing the importance of different players in the place remaking process Chapter 5: Creating sustainable places 5.1 Government policies for economically sustainable places 5.2 Managing cultural and social tensions and inequalities 5.3 Tackling urban environmental stress 5.4 Evaluating the issue: To what extent have actions to create sustainable places been successful? Chapter 6: Issues for rural places 6.1 Rural places, players and connections 6.2 Change and challenge in the differentiated countryside 6.3 Place remaking in a rural context 6.4 Evaluating the issue: A discussion of differing views about the identity of rural places Chapter 7: Study guide
Overview
Chapter 1: Place characteristics, dynamics and connections 1.1 Place characteristics 1.2 Place dynamics 1.3 Place networks and 'layered' connections 1.4 Evaluating the issue: To what extent can places be completely protected from change? Chapter 2: Place meanings, representations and experiences 2.1 Place meanings for individuals and societies 2.2 The power of place representations 2.3 Representations of the city and the countryside in popular culture 2.4 Evaluating the issue: To what extent can place meanings and representations become a cause of conflict? Chapter 3: Place changes, challenges and inequalities 3.1 Deindustrialisation and the cycle of deprivation 3.2 Twenty-first century economic, political and technological challenges 3.3 Changing demographic and cultural characteristics of places 3.4 Evaluating the issue: Identifying possible contexts, data sources and criteria for the assessment Chapter 4: The place remaking process 4.1 Place remaking approaches, strategies and players 4.2 Cultural heritage and place remaking processes 4.3 Remaking contemporary places 4.4 Evaluating the issue: Assessing the importance of different players in the place remaking process Chapter 5: Creating sustainable places 5.1 Government policies for economically sustainable places 5.2 Managing cultural and social tensions and inequalities 5.3 Tackling urban environmental stress 5.4 Evaluating the issue: To what extent have actions to create sustainable places been successful? Chapter 6: Issues for rural places 6.1 Rural places, players and connections 6.2 Change and challenge in the differentiated countryside 6.3 Place remaking in a rural context 6.4 Evaluating the issue: A discussion of differing views about the identity of rural places Chapter 7: Study guide

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