Exploring Human Geography

Human Geography Jan exam:

  • Rural
  • Agri food
  • Development
  • Cultural and historical
  • Created by: Sophie
  • Created on: 07-01-15 11:39
Who broke England and Wales up into Middle Layer Super Output Areas?
Peter Spence, Daily Telegraph
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Who created an ideal improvement to my cottage 1700-1800?
John Flaxman
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Who created the painting of Elizabeth Woods in her derelict home in Suffolk?
Sir George Beaumont
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Who wrote a changing rural village?
F G Thomas
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Who wrote Motoring and the British Countryside?
David Jeremiah
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Who wrote Ley Farming and mans interest in the future of British Agriculture?
Stapledon and Davies
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Where was the farm survey carried out?
Caergywnydd Fawr, Swansea
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Who wrote the prophecy of famine?
Massingham and Edward Hyams
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Who wrote Country Planning, a study of rural problems?
C.S Orwin
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Who wrote making of the English Landscape in 1955?
Hoskins
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Who wrote communities in Britain?
Frakenberg
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Who argued there was a decline in copeswork and the men who engaged with it?
Thomas Hardy
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Who studied three Lincolnshire villages?
June Shepard
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Who commented on the conversion of barns into luxury houses?
Kaye Smith
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Who wrote about the fictional Mrs Lucas whose husband had gained a fortune at the bar which allowed a move to the country?
E F Benson
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Who comments on the new adventitous migrants?
Vince
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What report was incorrect in saying that a prosperous agriculture would be sufficient to revive countrylife?
Scott Report 1942
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What report indicated a counterurbanisation in the early 70's rather than a rural depopulation?
H M Treasury report
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Who wrote the South Atcham Scheme, an economic appraisal?
Jeremy Warford
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Who stated the population overspill and commuter belt into Birmingham through the use of the car?
Elizabeth Radford
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Who said that counterurbanisation in Staffordshire and Hampshire was individual in character in he 1970's but household determined in the 80-90's?
Harper (1991)
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Who said that counterurbanisation of families was mainly middle class professionals?
Radford
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Who compared lives of rural/urban classifications?
Tom Pateman
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Who developed the variables used for the cluster analysis?
Lowe and Ward
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Which is not a 20 year rural scenario?
Rural depopulation
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Which estate is exampled with 3 let farms, 2 residential properties?
Ilsington Estate, Puddletown, Dorest
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Who goes away to the war and returns to an industrialized country?
Mr William Smith
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Who detailed the change in bungalows and cottages?
Williams Ellis and Clough
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Who stated afforestation in the Lake District?
Symonds
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Who wrote Interpreting Forestry Commission Forest park
Revill and Watkins
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Who wrote Guides on the National Forest Park Guides?
Her Majesty Stationary Office
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What house did Madonna and Guy Ritchie buy that the public could access?
Ashcombe House
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Who said little is known by the present generation about the changing in British landscapes?
Lowe et al (1987)
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Who said the modern agri food system is a set of assemblage to form a complex unity?
OECD
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Which is not a PPT?
Pluriality
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Where is the case study of the AES?
Low Crag Farm
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Who said that AES does not give farmers cultural capital?
Burton et al (2003)
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Which is not a Government support scheme for Diversification?
CAP and AES
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Where is the case study of salt marsh lamb?
Cumbrian Coast
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Which is not a statistic from the Defras Farm Business survey?
60% benefited from product diversification
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Which is not a new policy for food security?
2010 Food Supply Report for Food Future
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Who said that the field of human animal relations is fast evolving?
Franklin 1999
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Who said incorporating animals is expanding geography's circle of concern?
Murdoch 2003
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Which is not a characteristic that animals are seen as?
Inputs
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Who said we are in a livestock revolution?
CIWF 2004
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Who said that livestock hugely increase the overall economy of farming?
Tudge 2004
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Who was the founder of HD Report?
Mahbub ul Haq
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Who said that the Third World was a non aligned world an outcome of being colonised?
Worsley
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Who said that principle of a just sociey are drawn up by people deprived of knowledge about their talents and about the place they occupy in society?
Miller
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Who said that people have large numbers of children because they are poor?
Mamdani
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Who said the reversal of intra familial wealth flow is key factor behind fertility reduction?
Caldwell
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Who said the common denominator of gender is female subordination?
Momsen
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Who highlighted persistent gender inequalities contributing to female subordination?
Razavi and Miller
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Who said globalisation is a circle of goods, services and capital?
Willis 2005
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Who described waves of colonialism?
Taylor 1985
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Who said Britain rejected mercantilism and accepted free trade in 19th C?
Porter 1996
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Who developed the concept of periphery of free trade on the informal map?
Gallagher and Robinson
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Who developed the idea of core gentlemanly capitalism?
Cain and Hopkins
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Who linked metrocentric and pericentric together?
Doyle
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Who said postcolonialism showed how colonial power was exercised, legitimised and resisted?
Blunt and Willis
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Who said there is a decentred anti colonial network?
Young
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Who developed the concept of negritude?
Amiee Cesaire
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Who were key in orientalism paintings?
Mackenzie, Beaulieuc and Roberts
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Who said that a bad mother linked to the class of them?
Moore
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Who said sex used to adapt attracted men?
Hyam
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Who said colonialism produced forms of sexuality?
Stoler
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Who said sexuality produced colonialism?
Phillips
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Who travelled to India to study health of women?
Meliscent Shephard
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