Exploring Human Geography 2

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1. Which is not a key idea of Paul's Approaches to medical geography?

  • Geography of nutrition
  • Disease ecology and mapping
  • Disease diffusion
  • Geography of nutrition and heatlhcare
  • Associate analyses
  • Ethnomedicine medical pluralism
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2. What is Holloways key idea in Make believe: spiritual practice, embodiment and sacred places?

  • Profane spatialities and temporalities are reconfigured into sacred topologies and how these seekers realise spiritual enlightenment through a reinhabited appropriation or articulation of the world
  • There is evidence of two main discourses about the masculinities of young Muslim men – one that emphasizes patriarchy and aggression, the other effeminacy and academicism – and together they offer polarized perspectives of young Muslim men's masculin

3. What is the main message of Hochschild Feeling Management from Private to Commerical Uses?

  • Corporate logic in the airline industry creates a series of links between competition, market expansion, advertising, heightened passenger expectations about rights to display and company demands for acting. Cabin were your own living room
  • Financial services and the more blue blooded areas of investment banking, had long denied access to all but an exceptional minority of professional women and a legion of female clerical workers.
  • 1) influence the nature of that labour's purpose, its product, its content; they help to establish the uses it makes of various human resources (emotional, manual, and mental) 2) they are crucial in framing the manner in self & labour links

4. Which is not a key idea of Mayer's The centrality of medical geography to human geography?

  • Pattinsons 4 traditions of spatial (geometry), regional (characterize a place) man land (human environment) and earth science (study of earth and sun)
  • Ultimately, medical, health and population geographers need to work toward creating inclusive geographies
  • Medial geography considers some of the most crucial questions of geography, spatial patterns, spatial processes, form process relations, human environment relations and the nature of regions and regionalism
  • Medical geography and geographical questions, prevalence and incidence rates, societies, individuals and the environment, geochemistry and culture

5. What is Hopkins key idea in Youthful masculinities: gender and generational relations?

  • There is evidence of two main discourses about the masculinities of young Muslim men – one that emphasizes patriarchy and aggression, the other effeminacy and academicism – and together they offer polarized perspectives of young Muslim men's masculin
  • Profane spatialities and temporalities are reconfigured into sacred topologies and how these seekers realise spiritual enlightenment through a reinhabited appropriation or articulation of the world

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