Changing spaces making places key words

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AC
Advanced country IMF classification
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EDC
Emerging developing country IMF classification
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LIDC
Lower income and developing country IMF classification
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NIC
Newly industrialised country (1970 onwards)
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Affluent
Rich
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Aging population
A demographic made up prominently of older people aged 65+ so have a high dependency ratio
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Architecture
Building design which may be influenced by a specific era
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Brain drain
The movement of the younger demographic to the urban core from rural areas in search of higher paid and skilled jobs
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Brandet line
The split between the rich North and the poor south which is now becoming out dated
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Brownfield site
An area of land which is no longer used. Usually the location of past industry
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Built environment
The human part of a place
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Capitalism
A socioeconomic system where goods and services act to generate profit
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Cenus
A government collection of data on the population taken every 10 years
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Competitive advantage
When a country specialises in an activity that they are more skilled at
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Community services
Services to support the local community
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Commuters
People who travel to work
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Comprehensive redevelopment
Planning and rebuilding of an urban areas. Involving the demolition of almost all infrastructure and buildings
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Consumerism
A society who has a high level of disposable income and continue to purchase goods
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Cyclical change
Booms and recessions linked to waves of innovation which occur in cycles
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Deindustrialisation
The closure of factories and industry in an area
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Demographic
The structure of the population. Eg. age, gender
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Diaspora
The spread of ethnic or national groups away from their homeland
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Digital divide
The divide between locatiocess to revins which have developing technology and those who do not
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Digital revolution
The advancements in technology
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Disposable income
Money that is left over once bills have been paid
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Economic boom
The upward push of productivity in a small scale place or on a global scale
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Economic liberalization
When a countries economy becomes free and capitalism is encouraged
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EIA
Environmental Impact Assessment - this is completed before development to assess any impacts to the physical environment and social environment
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Employment structure
The structure of employment comprising of primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary jobs
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Enterprise zones
Areas designated for increased FDI and regeneration by governments
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FDI
Foreign direct investment
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Formal representation
Statistical information
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Formal sector
Recognized legal jobs that pay tax.
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Geospatial
Data that is about a specific place
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Gini coefficient
A measure of economic distribution in a place
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GIS
Geographical information systems
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Globalization
The growing intergration and independence of people's lives and spread of ideas and business
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Global shift
The shift of secondary industry to different countries eg AC to EDC
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Global village
The feeling that the world is shrinking and the world is seen as a single community
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Government taxation budget
Government money spent across different sectors
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Green belt
Area of land which is still green and "protected" from development
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Housing tenure
The system under which houses are occupied
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IGO
Intergovernmental organization that works on a global scale
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Indeed of multiple deprivation
UK government ranking system which looks at levels of deprivation across the UK
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Industrial revolution
The movement to secondary sector work from primary sector work
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Informal representation
The use of images and opinions to show a place
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Informal sector
Jobs that are not recognized and do not pay tax
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Infrastructure
Basic physical structures of a place Eg. roads
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Key settlement
Rural settlement where there are services and it has been designed to grow in the future and cope with the growth
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Knowledge economy
An economy built on highly intellectual based employment
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MDG
Millennium development goals set by the UN in 2000
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Migration
The movement of people
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Multiplier effect
When one thing causes the growth of another
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New economy
A service based economy
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OECD
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
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Place
An space with meaning attached
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Place making
The process of rebranding and regeneration to change a space to a place
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Stakeholders or players
People who have an interest and impact. Eg. goverments, local communities
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Post industry society
A society which is mainly tertiary sector based and once was secondary sector based
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Primary sector
Extracting natural resources
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Qualitative data
Non statistical data Eg. images
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Quantitative data
Statistical data Eg. census data
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Rebranding
Changing a places identity
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Recesssion
Declining economy
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Reimagining
Development associated with rebranding to create a new place image
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Regeneration
Improving an area through economic investment
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RDG
Regional Development Grants issues by the EU for places that are significantly poorer than the rest of the UK
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Rural periphery
An area away from the urban areas Eg. Cornwall
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Rural urban fringe
The surrounding area of an urban area
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Scale
How larger and what effect something is having
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Secondary sector
Industrial based employment
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SOA
Super output area used to split data into areas of 1500 people
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Social mobility
The ability for someone to move up a social class
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Space
An area with no emotional meaning to an individual
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Spatial inequality
Unequal access to resources
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Social deprivation
When an area falls below the minimum acceptable living standards
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Sport led regeneration
Regeneration of areas due to porting events which catalase development Eg. Olympics
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Subsidies
Money paid by the government to reduce costs
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Sustainable development goals
UN goals which focus on the environment and social welfare
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Taxation
Money gained by the government so investments can be made in public services
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Tertiary sector
The sector that provides a survice
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Threshold
The minimum number of people needed for a service to be provided in an area
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Time space compression
Globalization and the digital revolution causes a shrinking world effect where space becomes a smaller issue and travel is faster
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TNC
Transnational corporation which oporates in other countries and invests in them
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Triangular graphs
Used to show clusters of data
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Urban core regions
Parts of a country or city where investment is focused
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Urbanization
The changing of land use from rural to urban. An increase in human interaction
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Ventured capital
Investment into small businesses which has a high risk but have the ability to cause significant growth and gains for the investors and business
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Cultural pollution
Where a culture is changed and influenced by other cultures and other locations usually caused by TNCs
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Gentrification
The process of renovating urban neighborhoods by the influx of affluent residents
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Studentification
Where students move into an area and accommodation is exclusively for them
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CBD
Central Business District where most money is concentrated
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Meritocracy
Where people work hard and are able to progress
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soft power
a persuasive approach to international relations, typically involving the use of economic or cultural influence.
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special economic zones
areas where business and trade laws are different to incourage businesses to the are to trade
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corperation tax
money paid by large businesses
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aggregate demand
the total amount of goods and services demanded by an economy
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quaternary sector
The sector based on knowledge and skill and indusrty which provides information. Eg. ICT
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productivity
a measure of all inputs in contrast to outputs which usually result in technology innovations and improvemnts
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internet of things
A network of devices, vehicles and home appliances that contain electronic connectivity which allowes for interaction and the exchange of data
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