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Daisy

Using two examples, discuss how difference is spatially produced in cities.

Cities are found all around the world and are more than just containers of difference but act as a hub for bringing differences together. differences can range from race, class, sexua...
William

The emotional geopolitics of contested peace: the austerity crisis and the Danish minority of South Schleswig

In 1920, the Treaty of Versailles attempted an innovative solution to the Danish German boundary dispute, known as the Schleswig-Holstein question . Two plebiscites asked the p...
Gabor

When did globalisation begin?

Globalisation, generally speaking, is a term used to denote the increased connectedness of geographical spaces and scales in the economic, cultural and political realms.Different d...
Lara

Earthquakes

Earth`s Interior ;How can we possibly know the structure &; composition of the Earth’s interior ?We can use samples of deep crust and upper mantle e.g. xenoliths i...
Christopher

A dissertation synopsis.

How do non-urban settings create challenges for Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children (UASC) using the case study of South West England? What are the key issues being addressed? Non...
Peter

TNCs, Nations & Globalisation

Linking TNCs Nations to GlobalisationGlobalisation refers to the way in which people`s lives are becoming increasingly interlinked with those of distant people and places around the ...
Liz

Geography A Level. A view from the guardian

A star is born. Geography, for so long a Cinderella subject, the easy option for students who found physics or chemistry too daunting, is soaring in popularity. According to the Royal...
Manish

Water across scales: examples from Central Asia and the Horn of Africa

29th November 2017: King s College LondonGuest Lecture: Dr Filippo Menga Dr Filippo Menga is a lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Reading, whose research focuses on po...
Fiona

How does the melting cryosphere impact on the geopolitics and human dependence on ice?

Geopolitics refers to the study of the geographical representation, rhetoric and practices which underpin world politics (Agnew, 2003). The Arctic is disproportionately affected b...
William

`The main impacts arising from mass movement events are environmental rather than social.` How far do you agree?

Mass movements, the downhill movement of surface material under the influence of gravity, occur when the gravitational force acting on a slope exceeds the slopes resisting force or mo...
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