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    1. Discuss the six essential elements of geography instruction. Learning geography is more complicated that what we think. The ability to learn it and then teach it, takes more than just looking at a map and been able to label certain parts. Geography can and is very details and perhaps this is why many don’t enjoy this subject or maybe they do. All I know for you to be able to enjoy Geography, you have to enjoy looking at maps, finding out information, and answers. "Educators must reinforce…

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    When was the last time you bought an article of clothing? When was the last time you wore it? The industry of fashion has a more sinister story behind it than most people may realise, but the mistreatment and abuse of fashion industry workers cannot be heard. Asking the question of how our clothes are made and who makes it is simple enough, but would we as a society ever have thought that the people that make them for us live in extremely poor conditions? Children and Developing Countries are…

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    Geography as a physical science, revolves around topography or the layout or characteristics of the land, the natural resources, animals and people. Geography is mainly about location, human and environment interaction, cultural movements and attributions. On the other hand, film is the conglomeration of ideas and images that feature the combination of the physical and human aspects of the world. Further, if given deeper comprehension, film and geography share evident differences and…

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    Over the semester in Human Geography we’ve been learning about other geographical locations all over the world, especially in Asia. How countries have gotten they way they have to this day has been through trade, human movement and political and cultural influences that spread out in a span of over hundreds of years. The creations of states and countries are created through cultural differences and political influences; however there are many arguments over how those paths are created through…

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    Manaus, on the banks of the Negro River in northwestern Brazil, is the capital of the vast state of Amazonas. It was known at the beginning of the century, as "Heart of the Amazon" and "City of the Forest".It's a major departure point for the surrounding Amazon Rainforest. Just east of the city, the dark Negro River converges with the brown, muddy Solimões River resulting in a striking visual phenomenon called the “Meeting of the Waters.” The combined tributaries form the Amazon River. Manaus is…

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    The aspect that I related with from chapter I was the information regarding environmental factors that enhance novelty. This was intriguing to me because I reflected on the various changes that I have seen in my profession. In the past, I didn’t see young children playing games on their parent’s phone or watching videos. Nowadays, I observed that as children wait to go into the preschool they are watching a video or playing on a cellphone. As I read the list of what a typical home…

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    of mangroves on the biodiversity of the world, the immediate reaction is to rid the mangroves to make room for construction to cater for the increasing population. The quality and productivity of mangroves are also being affected by the increase on human activity, and when mangroves are lost or disrupted then their ecological and economic functions cease. The most obvious affects from the lack of mangroves would be, the loss of nurseries for fish to grow, increased salinity on the coast and in…

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    Chapter 12 The yajna to appease the rain god, Indra For seven years the drought and the famine struck the region of seven rivers. It affected the kingdoms of Koshala and the Videha, which included Gautama's ashram. The flow of water in the seven rivers depended on the mercy of Indra. As the flow of water was less in the river, rain was also less frequent. There was no other way but to pray to Indra. The ashrams of the seven rivers were not affected too much by the drought. The kings were…

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    Jacobs mentions that long distances affect the urban vitality. The effect of self-isolating streets about the economy has an impact equally inhibitory. Once one offers long distances to the resident and this one has no choice, usually, it performs its activities in the surroundings once a day, at the most, twice, due to the absence of physical comfort in its displacement. On this case, mainly for senior and disabled people. Likewise, retailers and service providers usually settle in busy streets…

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    Capitalism is one of the most talked about subjects today by many economic geographers and how much commotion it can cause. Capitalism has been debated since its invention so many years ago. Capitalism is crisis prone and truly only works because it is so dependent on crisis. Capitalism is based on the theory of boom and bust cycle and creates outwards of flow during a boom and causes many jobs to be lost during a bust. David Harvey mentions in his article about the dependency on crisis for…

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