Human Geography reading

Year one human exam:

  • Rural geography
  • Agri food geography
  • Development geography
  • Cultural and historical geography
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Who commented on the economic, environmental, social and countryside elements of changing issues in rural England?
Burchardt
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Who commented on the population, occupation and profits of rural society in the changing period?
Howkins
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Who stated that there was a slow outmigration due to the balance between migration and natural increase?
Ilbery
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Who stated that social relations were changing?
Wood
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Who argued that the countryside is now an area of consumption due to counter urbanisation?
Ilbery
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Who highlighted the social dynamism, rural flight and homogeneity of the countryside?
Hoggart (2007)
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Who commented on the results from the NS-SEC?
Phillips (2007)
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Who commented on CAP and SFP?
Maye (2009)
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Who argues that there was an increase it the art of living?
Mattless
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Who stated that ESA and CSS had a 90% positive response rate?
Fish et al (2003)
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Who argued there were three waves of agricultural industrialisation and who refers to intensification, concentration and specialisation?
Bowler (1992)
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Who stated the key concepts of commodizisation, appropriationism and substitution and argued that implications of turning to state?
Bowler and Atkins (2001)
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How created the hourglass model and downstreaming?
Morgan et al (2006)
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Who said that small farms are obliged to cooperate with captialism in order to sell their goods? (trade wars and food crisis)
Woods (2005)
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Who commented on Foodscape (macro structural organisation) and pseudo foods?
Winson (2004)
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Who stated the farmers role has now decreased and commented on the biggest food producers in the world?
Tansley and Worsley (1995)
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Who argued it was a case of quality over quantity after the food crisis from the 90's?
Ilbery and Bowler (1998)
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Who argued about the productivism of world food trade wars?
Wilson (2001)
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Who argued that vertical segregation followed after the PPT?
Evans et al (2002)
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Who argued that the social theory reconstructed animals purpose in the world?
Gregory et al (2009)
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Who argued about the importance of GM crops?
Morris and Holloway (2009)
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Who stated the importance of sustainability and the key interactive elements of it?
Whitehead (2006)
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Who commented on the unevitable and superogatory nature of helping socieities develop?
Singer (1972)
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Who commented on what development activists think?
Corbridge (1993)
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Who said that development makes people live a long, healthy and creative life?
undp.org (2014)
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Who argued that power imbalances impact access to a healthy life and that government intervention weakens a countries development?
United Nations
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Who said that consumption will carry on until theres an ecological collapse?
Monbiot (2009)
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Who commented on India, China and Africa's population structure and the causes of it?
Murthi (2002)
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Who tied in the relationship between agricultural farming and population structure?
Boserup (1986)
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Who commented on the life expectancy's of men and women and the reasons behind them?
Momsen (2003)
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Who commented on the positive impacts polygammy has on agricultural farming?
Boserup (197)
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Who stated the four features that come from women being educated in India?
Murthi et al (1996)
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Who argued the key concept of sex ratios and 100mn missing women?
Sen (1990)
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Who comments on the relationship between feminism and poverty?
Chant (2008)
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Who said there was two reasons for the inequality of girls in India?
Narayana (2008)
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Who said there was evidence of imperial/colonical territories in historical records?
Butlin (2009)
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Who argued the importance of biopower following imperialism making citizens docile?
Legg (2007)
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Who argued the importance of networks, circles and webs in New Imperialism?
Lester (2006)
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Who commented on the Walter Crane Federation Map?
Bitcliffe (2005)
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Who stated the epochs of Fabulous, Militant and Triumphant?
Driver (1992)
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Who argued that postcolonialism shows an anti-essentialist concern?
Clayton (2003)
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Who refferred the plague to being like a panoptican?
Foucalt (1977)
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Who developed the concept of social body created by the governments regulation?
Hannah (2000)
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Who stated that institutions should been seen through the micro physics and developed to idea of same and others?
Philo (2000)
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Who stated that sexual dynamics underpinned the British expansion?
Hyam (1990)
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Who commented on prostitutes and their role in the Veneral Disease and CDA's?
Legg (2009)
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Who commented on the goals of the British Empire to regulate prostitution and manage the sexual lives of citizens?
Howell (2009)
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