Stages of Development Joey Limmena

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Stages of Development Joey Limmena

  1. 1. A Joey Limmena Production
  2. 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. 3. BASIC INFORMATION (CONT.)• Measurements: – Towns & Cities – Global Scale• Stages – Level 1-4• Movement from Peripheral to Core
  4. 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. 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. 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. 7. STRENGHTS• Realistic• Easy to Follow/Understand• Reasonable• Good Representation
  8. 8. WEAKNESSES• Focuses on Economic Input to Generate Varied Output• Hard to Determine Differences Between Stages (Stage 2 & 3)• Explanations are Interpreted
  9. 9. PERSONAL JUDGEMENT• Too Narrow• Does Not Focus on all Aspects (Environmental, Social etc.)
  10. 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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