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Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
Stages of Development Joey Limmena
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Stages of Development Joey Limmena

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  • 1. A Joey Limmena Production
  • 2. BASIC INFORMATION• ‘Core & Peripheral’• Core Locations: – Highly Industrial – Great Economic Stance – Globalized – E.g. Brasilia (Capital), Rio de Janeiro [Brazil]• Peripheral Locations: – Agricultural – Poor Economic Stance – Isolated
  • 3. BASIC INFORMATION (CONT.)• Measurements: – Towns & Cities – Global Scale• Stages – Level 1-4• Movement from Peripheral to Core
  • 4. THE STAGES• Stage 1 (Pre-Industrial) – Agricultural – Isolated• Stage 2 (Transitional) – Beginning to Advance – Increase in Interactivity (Trade etc.) – Developing Basic Technologies – Beneficial Health Access
  • 5. THE STAGES (CONT.)• Stage 3 (Industrial): – Technology Developed – More People Have Access to Health – Economy Starts to Build Stability• Stage 4 (Post-Industrial): – Self-Sufficient (Sustainable) – Inequalities and Issues Remotely Resolved – Interconnected Globally
  • 6. MOVEMENT TO THE CORE• ‘Peripheral Population’ Drift Towards the Core and thus Helping/Weakening such Location• E.g. Brazil – Rural Population Move to Brasilia, Sao Paulo etc. – Core Area: • Unwanted Employment Taken Up • Large Workforce • Overcrowding • Resource Deficit (Lack of Housing, Food etc.) – Peripheral Area: • Loss of Youthful Population • Educational Potential
  • 7. STRENGHTS• Realistic• Easy to Follow/Understand• Reasonable• Good Representation
  • 8. WEAKNESSES• Focuses on Economic Input to Generate Varied Output• Hard to Determine Differences Between Stages (Stage 2 & 3)• Explanations are Interpreted
  • 9. PERSONAL JUDGEMENT• Too Narrow• Does Not Focus on all Aspects (Environmental, Social etc.)
  • 10. BIBLIOGRAPHYInformation:• Core-Periphery Stages of Development in a Urban System. (n.d.). Hofstra People. Retrieved October 21, 2011, from http://people.hofstra.edu/geotrans/eng/ch2en/conc2en/coreperip heryurban.html• The Core and Periphery Model. (n.d.). Geography Revision. Retrieved October 21, 2011, from www.geography- revision.co.uk/core_periphery.phpImage:• N.A.. Core Periphery Urban. N.d. N.A., N.A.. HOFSTRA. Web. 21 Oct. 2011. http://people.hofstra.edu/geotrans/eng/ch2en/conc2en/img/corep eripheryurban.gif

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