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China publishes new map

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China has published a new map of the entire country including the islands in the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) in order to "better show" its territorial claim over the region.

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Alec Castagno's curator insight, December 17, 2014 10:50 PM

The new map published by the Chinese government is a clear message of what they feel are their territorial boundaries. In areas that are contested between China and other countries, the map makes a bold claim that these areas belong to China. Chinese activities in these disputed areas match up with the attitude conveyed by this map.

Jason Schneider's curator insight, April 2, 9:44 PM

Not only does China have a strong economic system and the high population in the world, but they also claim South China Sea. Also since they are wealthy, then they hire maritime security to make sure other areas such as the Philippines and Malaysia don't attempt to take over China's seas. Also, the Philippines attempts to battle China over oil and natural gases but they fail against China because China's more populated than the Philippines. The main point of this map is to show how much of the ocean and sea China claims and they claim about 18% of water out of their land population.

David Lizotte's curator insight, April 23, 1:09 PM

This map exemplifies how different countries have differing impressions of land/territory that they own. China views itself as this image depicted above. They honestly believe it. As ridiculous as it sounds I do understand why. China owns this region of the world and will continue to do so. They are claiming land and even forming new land throughout the South China Sea. What is important about the creating of land mass is that China then controls 200 nautical miles around whatever they construct. There is nothing the neighboring countries in the region can do about it. China knows it is a dominant military power and intimidates other countries.

For example, the island of Taiwan is claimed by China as a province. China does not recognize the "Republic of China" (ROC) which governs Taiwan and used to govern mainland China prior to the Chinese Civil War. China has even threatened the island with military use if the people openly declare a massive independent movement. There is a lot more to this history, more than a scoop can provide for, however in a nutshell, Taiwan is China's and will continue to be so. 

In another region of China bordering India and Pakistan, which conveys the expansive territory China covers as a country and its various neighboring countries, China is yet claiming another piece of land. As if the dispute between India and Pakistan was not great enough the two countries also differ over territory just north of the Kashmir border region. China also believes this territory is theirs, now making the land up for grabs between the three nations. China may or may not have historical ties that link it to this piece of land. But in either case it certainly views this territory as an area of land that is open for taking, in that it could eventually claim the territory as a whole. What would Pakistan and India do? These two countries have enough going on. 

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200 years of immigration to the U.S., visualized

200 years of immigration to the U.S., visualized | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it

"Where have immigrants to the U.S. come from? Natalia Bronshtein, a professor and consultant who runs the blog Insightful Interaction, created this fascinating visualization of the number of immigrants to the U.S. since 1829 by country of origin.  The graph hints at tragic events in world history. The first influx of Irish occurred during the potato famine in 1845, while the massive influx of Russians in the first decade of the 20th Century was driven by anti-Semitic violence of the Russian pogroms (riots). Meanwhile in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, army conscription and the forced assimilation of minority groups drove people to the U.S. in the early 1900s.  Since WWII, Central and South America and Asia have replaced Europe as the largest source of immigrants to the U.S. Immigration shrunk to almost nothing as restrictions tightened during WWII, and then gradually expanded to reach its largest extent ever in the first decade of the 21st Century."

 

Tags: migration, historical, USA, visualization.


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Aleena Reyes's curator insight, April 8, 7:34 PM

These beautiful waves of color tell the amazing immigration history of the United States. The influxes of people tell some tragic stories of world history and about refugees coming into the states. I am also including the interactive version here:

http://insightfulinteraction.com/immigration200years.html

Alexa Earl's curator insight, May 26, 6:43 PM

This map showed me the immigration patterns and helped me understand how it has changes over time. This ties in with this unit well because it explains what it is and immigration in the US.

 

Shane C Cook's curator insight, May 27, 8:51 AM

"The first influx of Irish occurred during the potato famine in 1845, while the massive influx of Russians in the first decade of the 20th Century was driven by anti-Semitic violence of the Russian pogroms (riots). Meanwhile in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, army conscription and the forced assimilation of minority groups drove people to the U.S. in the early 1900s." America is the land of opportunities and throughout history people have come to it to work because of opportunity or because they are refugees.

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Africa, Uncolonized: A Detailed Look at an Alternate Continent

Africa, Uncolonized: A Detailed Look at an Alternate Continent | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
E se a Peste Negra já matou quase todos os europeus? Em seguida, a Reconquista nunca acontece. Espanha e Portugal não alavancar a colonização de outros continentes da Europa. E isso é o que a África pode ter parecido.

 

Tags : África , o colonialismo , fronteiras , histórico , mapa .


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Alec Castagno's curator insight, December 17, 2014 10:37 AM

It is fascinating to see how different the political borders of Africa would have been without European colonial influence. One thing this map predicts is that if the Europeans would not have pushed into Africa, Arab and Islamic influences would have filled the void. The huge number of independent states or regions on this map show how large the continent is and how many different ethnic and religious groups there are.

Wilmine Merlain's curator insight, December 17, 2014 5:59 PM

I sometimes do question, what would Africa look like today if it weren't colonized by the Europeans. Before the discovery of Africa, Africa was a land that was dominated by wealthy kingdoms that spent most of its time conquering other countries. With the ideology that Africa was a land flowing with milk and honey inhabited by uncivilized human beings, conquering Africa seemed like the ideal thing for European super powers to do in order to exploit the lands natural resource at no cost. If Africa was not colonized by Europeans, Africans would have more access to their own natural resources, and the instability that most of African countries face today would most likely not be in existence.

Bob Beaven's curator insight, March 26, 2:26 PM

An interesting fact for a geographer/historian to look at is how different events happening in history can affect a map.  This is very fascinating, because Africa or should I say Alkebu-Lan has very strong looking kingdoms without the Influence of Europe.  Another interesting element of the map is how it is not Euro-centric, Africa is shown as the top of the world.  I guess in this history, Northern Europe instead of being a powerhouse of the world, would be classified as the dark region (like the Congo was in our own world).  It is also interesting how the map is not Euro-centric, but the fact to keep in mind there is the old saying, history is written by the winner.  In this case, the map of the world was drawn by the winning Europeans as well, and this map completely reverses that.  Another interesting fact, is that the Iberian is part of an Islamic Empire.  It looks, as if in this history, Portugal was overcome by the "Arabes" and Spain never even attempted to launch the Reconquista.  History and Geography, especially Political Geography are very closely linked with one another.  

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Containerization Shaped Globalization

"Sometimes a single unlikely idea can have massive impact across the world. Sir Harold Evans, the author of They Made America, describes how frustration drove..."


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Alyssa Dorr's curator insight, December 7, 2014 5:26 PM

I always enjoyed TED videos. What really struck me was the opening sentence of the video, "everything is everywhere these days." This is so true in so many ways. The video uses different examples that you can find in different stores from places all over the world. How many things can you could in your bedroom that says "Made in China" or some other place other than the US? This is very common as we all know. Products and goods come from all over the world and even over seas. This is a process that we call globalization. However, the video introduces a process called containerization. This process saves an ample amount of time for the workers. The process was a success. "shrinking the world and enlarging human choice."

Michael Mazo's curator insight, December 10, 2014 7:48 PM

Globalization has connected the world in such a way that we hadn't thought possible. This idea has created rising economies all over the world and has made transport of goods and services move faster and continues to increase this rate with advances in technology. Containerization is a staple of globalization and without it, none of these products would be able to get from country to country. In essence it has developed the world of import and exports. To add to this success, globalization has also created jobs and communities which revolve heavily around the transport of goods. It saves time by using massive containers to move goods and it creates opportunities in places where it had not been possible before. 

Ricardo Cabeza de Vaca's curator insight, May 27, 3:45 AM

I believe this video is very interesting. It tells us that everything we have today is thanks to globalization and the reason we have it so fast is because of shipping containers! In the video it told me that before my time it was impossible to get swordfish from Japan or cheeses from France, but now thanks to globalization it is all possible. Globalization is even behind the reason how our phones were made! 

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The Most Complex International Borders in the World

"Neste vídeo eu olhar para alguns da fronteira internacional mais complexo. Naturalmente, há fronteiras mais complexas do mundo, mas este vídeo olha para alguns dos meus favoritos."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, September 25, 2014 1:57 PM

This video shows some great examples of how the political organization of space and administration of borders can get complicated.  Here are the examples (and time in the video when they are covered in the video):


Tags: borders, political, territoriality, sovereignty, video.


ELAdvocacy's curator insight, October 3, 2014 9:40 AM

There are so many reasons our immigrant students come to the United States.  Some stories are so complex and painful it can be extremely difficult for Americans to understand.

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, October 6, 2014 5:39 AM

The Most Complex International Borders in the World

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Earth's Cosmic Context

"Superclusters - regiões do espaço que são densamente com galáxias - são as maiores estruturas do Universo Mas os cientistas têm se esforçado para definir exatamente onde um superaglomerados termina e outro começa Agora, uma equipe baseada no Havaí surgiu com uma nova técnica.. que mapeia o universo de acordo com o fluxo de galáxias no espaço. redesenhar as fronteiras do mapa cósmico, eles redefinir a nossa superaglomerados casa e nomeá-la Laniakea, que significa "céu imensurável 'em havaiano. Leia o artigo de investigação aqui ".


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, September 9, 2014 2:30 PM

Spatial thinking and geographic exploration is constantly seeking to understand place in context to other places.  More often than not, that is done without every venturing beyond this planet, but in many respects, space is the greatest of contexts on the grandest of scales for us to understand ourselves.  I first saw this video embedded in an NPR article and it filled me with wonder to think about the immensities of space and that the Earth is such a small little corner of the universe. 


Tags: space, scale, perspective

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Cartographic Anomalies: How Map Projections Have Shaped Our Perceptions of the World

Cartographic Anomalies: How Map Projections Have Shaped Our Perceptions of the World | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it

Elizabeth Borneman explora como cartografia e projeções cartográficas ajuda e dificultar a nossa percepção do mundo.

"Como você acha que o mundo (começando com as nossas percepções) poderia mudar se o mapa parecia diferente? Que se a Austrália estava em cima e os hemisférios ligado? Ao mudar a forma como olhamos para um mapa que realmente pode começar a explorar e mudar nossas suposições sobre o mundo em que vivemos. "

 

Geografia não apenas nos ensinar sobre a Terra; ele oferece maneiras para pensar sobre a Terra que molda a forma como vemos o mundo. Mapas fazer o mesmo; eles representam uma versão da realidade e que influencia a forma como pensamos sobre os lugares. 

 

Tags: mapeamento, perspectiva.


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Mrs. B's curator insight, September 22, 2014 7:02 AM

Unit 1 !!!!

 

samantha benitez's curator insight, November 22, 2014 2:53 PM

helps show the different perspectives of our world and how it has changed. also shows many different forms of mapping our world throughout time.

Emily Coats's curator insight, May 27, 10:34 AM

UNIT 1 

This article discusses map projections and how they shape our perception of the world. Maps influence how we see the world, and could change the way we see it as well. These projections show us many different views of the Earth, which is very influential to our perspectives. This applies to unit 1 and its major concepts and underlying geographical perspective such as analyzing maps. 

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China publishes new map

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China has published a new map of the entire country including the islands in the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea) in order to "better show" its territorial claim over the region.

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Alec Castagno's curator insight, December 17, 2014 10:50 PM

The new map published by the Chinese government is a clear message of what they feel are their territorial boundaries. In areas that are contested between China and other countries, the map makes a bold claim that these areas belong to China. Chinese activities in these disputed areas match up with the attitude conveyed by this map.

Jason Schneider's curator insight, April 2, 9:44 PM

Not only does China have a strong economic system and the high population in the world, but they also claim South China Sea. Also since they are wealthy, then they hire maritime security to make sure other areas such as the Philippines and Malaysia don't attempt to take over China's seas. Also, the Philippines attempts to battle China over oil and natural gases but they fail against China because China's more populated than the Philippines. The main point of this map is to show how much of the ocean and sea China claims and they claim about 18% of water out of their land population.

David Lizotte's curator insight, April 23, 1:09 PM

This map exemplifies how different countries have differing impressions of land/territory that they own. China views itself as this image depicted above. They honestly believe it. As ridiculous as it sounds I do understand why. China owns this region of the world and will continue to do so. They are claiming land and even forming new land throughout the South China Sea. What is important about the creating of land mass is that China then controls 200 nautical miles around whatever they construct. There is nothing the neighboring countries in the region can do about it. China knows it is a dominant military power and intimidates other countries.

For example, the island of Taiwan is claimed by China as a province. China does not recognize the "Republic of China" (ROC) which governs Taiwan and used to govern mainland China prior to the Chinese Civil War. China has even threatened the island with military use if the people openly declare a massive independent movement. There is a lot more to this history, more than a scoop can provide for, however in a nutshell, Taiwan is China's and will continue to be so. 

In another region of China bordering India and Pakistan, which conveys the expansive territory China covers as a country and its various neighboring countries, China is yet claiming another piece of land. As if the dispute between India and Pakistan was not great enough the two countries also differ over territory just north of the Kashmir border region. China also believes this territory is theirs, now making the land up for grabs between the three nations. China may or may not have historical ties that link it to this piece of land. But in either case it certainly views this territory as an area of land that is open for taking, in that it could eventually claim the territory as a whole. What would Pakistan and India do? These two countries have enough going on. 

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Argentina's Falklands Banner Sparks Anger Ahead Of World Cup

Argentina's Falklands Banner Sparks Anger Ahead Of World Cup | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
Argentina e Inglaterra, dificilmente cumprem na Copa do Mundo, no entanto a sua rivalidade foi reacendeu no fim de semana, quando a seleção argentina colocada atrás de uma bandeira que reivindicam as Ilhas Malvinas pertencem ao país sul-americano. À frente de seu amistoso com a Eslovénia, em Buenos Aires, a equipe exibida a mensagem em apoio de reivindicações do país sobre a soberania das ilhas do Atlântico Sul, que são um território ultramarino britânico.

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, June 10, 2014 3:25 PM

The World Cup can make things interesting when nationalistic fervor becomes politicized and moves to issues off the pitch.  Are they the Falklands or Las Malvinas?  It's not just a simple linguistic translation but also a statement of territoriality and geopolitical recognition.  Like Gibraltar, the Falklands are British Oversees Territories, ones that Margaret Thatcher was willing to fight Agrentina to maintain;  Argentina still claims Las Malvinas as their territory.  For a great teaching resource on this issue, see the second slideshow in this series of  AP Human Geography talks that was given at NCGE 2013 (sign up to attend NCGE 2014 here).  


Tags: Argentinasport, bordersgeopolitics, political, territoriality, sovereignty.

Bob Beaven's curator insight, February 12, 2:15 PM

This article is highly interesting for me, because I am a student in Geography 200, but I also love soccer, and the English National Team is one of my favorite sides.  I think it is interesting how in the World Cup, the Argentines took an opportunity of being on the world stage to claim that the Falkland Islands, or the "Las Malvinas", belong to their country and not their bitter soccer enemy, England.  I think that had this banner been displayed before and England v Argentina final, the game would have had an explosive atmosphere, especially since the Argentines are also rivals of Brazil.  I think it is interesting how geo-political issues can play themselves out on the pitch of the "beautiful game".  This fact shows that soccer is indeed the "World's Game".  As I stated before, I would have loved to see the passion this would have inspired before an England-Argentina game.  To this day, England prefers Portugal over Argentina in soccer, probably because of their checkered history.

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Crise Ucrânia: última cobertura

Crise Ucrânia: última cobertura | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
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As contradições do capitalismo: uma entrevista com David Harvey

As contradições do capitalismo: uma entrevista com David Harvey | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
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David Harvey’s “Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism” is published by Profile Books 

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Global Perceptions of the United States

Global Perceptions of the United States | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
Espaço reservado para o banco de dados da Pew Global Indicators

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Jessica Rieman's curator insight, February 18, 2014 1:22 PM

In this I saw that when choosing Russia to look at in relation to its relationship with the United States throughtout the years it has both increased and decreased. For example, In 2008 the percentage of relationship with the US and Russia was at 29% then in  2009 it decreased to 27% and then fianlly increasing in 2013 to 31%. As you can see the US and Russia are partners in life today to some extend and have evolved from time to time( past to present).

Jessica Rieman's curator insight, March 19, 2014 4:25 PM

Kenya is measure as a parter and alliance with the United States for instance, in the Fall of 2009 a report came out and it proved taht 89% thought of Kenya as an alliance. Shockingly enough in 2013 the alliance with Africa drew at a small decrease of 79%.

MsPerry's curator insight, August 12, 2014 8:05 PM

APHG-U1 & U3

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The People’s Guide to Spatial Thinking

The People’s Guide to Spatial Thinking | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it

"One of our colleagues and leaders in spatial thinking in education, Dr. Diana Stuart Sinton, has written a book entitled The People’s Guide to Spatial Thinking, along with colleagues Sarah Bednarz, Phil Gersmehl, Robert Kolvoord, and David Uttal.  As the name implies, the book provides an accessible and readable way for students, educators, and even the general public to understand what spatial thinking is and why it matters.  It “help[s] us think across the geographies of our life spaces, physical and social spaces, and intellectual space.”  Dr. Sinton pulls selections from the NRC’s Learning to Think Spatially report and ties them to everyday life.  In so doing, she also provides ways for us in the educational community to think about teaching these concepts and skills in a variety of courses.   Indeed, as she points out, spatial thinking is particularly essential within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, as well as geography."  - See more at: ESRI's GIS Education Community blog. 


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Educação geográfica! 

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Lawrence Lanoff's curator insight, January 27, 2014 6:25 PM

This is so interesting because how we represent space makes such a difference to our inner sense of well being in my experience and practice.

Fran Martin's curator insight, January 31, 2014 4:07 AM

Useful for what we mean when we say 'thinking geographically'.

Mirta Liliana Filgueira's curator insight, February 2, 2014 7:02 PM

Guía popular de pensamiento espacial.

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40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
  If you're a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make a point resonate with readers and this c...
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The world's leading provider of archive footage

The world's leading provider of archive footage | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it

s parece uma grande fonte de materialWhether procurando metragem ou as últimas clips de vídeo com qualidade HD, ITN Source tem infinitas imagens de vídeo. Nossos tópicos cobrem internacional de notícias, entretenimento, celebridades, esportes, peculiar e muito mais. Registre-se online hoje para acesso completo.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, November 20, 2014 5:09 AM

This looks like a great source of material for creating lessons or for students to use in projects.

Paul Westeneng's curator insight, November 21, 2014 2:14 AM

Looks indeed great, although a lot is paid content.

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The largest city in Brazil is running dangerously low on water

The largest city in Brazil is running dangerously low on water | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
Graças à pior seca em oito décadas, milhões de pessoas em São Paulo estão enfrentando quedas de água.

 

Tags: Brasil, urbano, água, ecologia urbana, alterações climáticas, ambiente dependem, a sustentabilidade, a agricultura, a produção de alimentos.


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Miles Gibson's curator insight, November 23, 2014 12:30 PM

Unit 1 nature and perspectives of geography

This map shows the time lapse of a lake in Sao Paulo in Brazil and shows how the water is running low.

This relates to unit 1 because it shows the maps as It is a GPS map and a GIS layering map. This a basic definable part of this unit because of its maps, scale, sense of place, identity, and overall relativity. This is a simple GIS layering map over the Jaguari resovoir.

Jake Red Dorman's curator insight, November 25, 2014 12:49 PM

Brazil’s largest city, Sao Paulo, which provides one third of the countries GPD, is now running low or water due to one of the worst droughts in 8 years. There are more than 21 million people in this city and 13 million of them are facing water outages. If it doesn't rain soon, the city could face a collapse. The city has blamed the drought of lack of water in the vapor clouds that the amazon usually provides to the city. They also blame it on deforestation and global warming. President Dilma Rousseff has questioned the cities misusage of their water supply, claiming that the city mismanaged their water supply.  

Lydia Tsao's curator insight, March 23, 10:16 AM

This shows just how important water is the human race. It also shows how humans have no sense of urgency in conserving water until it's too late. The saying "you never know a good thing until it's gone" applies in this case. The Brazilian government did not take any sufficient measures to conserve water until it realized how depleted the reservoir is. This event demonstrates the environmental impact of  water depletion on humans, and how humans have such a huge impact on the geographical landscape on Earth. As seen in the picture above, many greens turned yellow as a result of the lowering water levels. The river beds are soon going to be overgrown by shrubbery as water no longer exists there. These are all results of a combination of natural (lack of rain) and human causes of resource depletion.

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Geography Soup

"A great resource full of great links to accompany the Geography Soup channel on Vimeo."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, September 3, 2014 7:19 PM

Geography Soup is a Vimeo channel designed to include interesting videos that are laden with geographic content in them.  This powerpoint slideshow has resources designed to help you get the most flavor and substance out of these (and any other) video resources.  This is especially great for K-12 students, physical and regional geography.


Tags: K12, video.

Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, October 1, 2014 11:22 PM

Course resource

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38 maps that explain the global economy

38 maps that explain the global economy | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
Comércio tricota o mundo moderno em conjunto de uma forma que nada mais faz bastante. Quase qualquer coisa que você possui nos dias de hoje é o resultado de uma complicada teia de interações globais. E não há melhor maneira de descrever essas interações que alguns mapas.

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Mr. Lavold's curator insight, September 28, 2014 7:05 PM

Many ideological issues  relate to economics - and many economic issues related to geography. Take a look at these maps and see if they help you understand the global economy and where Canada fits in. Consider how different ideologies might view these maps and the data that they contain.

Maghfir Rafsan Jamal's curator insight, September 28, 2014 10:45 PM

I find a treasure.. :D

Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, October 1, 2014 11:14 PM

Unit 6

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Why everyone should be able to read a map

Why everyone should be able to read a map | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
New research suggests that map reading is a dying skill in the age of the smartphone. Perish the thought, says Rob Cowen

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CT Blake's curator insight, September 2, 2014 4:21 PM

Especially Connor McCloud.

Lindley Amarantos's curator insight, September 5, 2014 9:17 AM

this can explain why it is important to NOT always rely on technology. It is good to keep your brain active and the spatial awareness that comes with reading a map is invaluable

Dolors Cantacorps's curator insight, September 5, 2014 3:13 PM

Practiquem-ho a classe doncs!

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PresentationTube: Record & Share Online Video Presentations

PresentationTube: Record & Share Online Video Presentations | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it

PresentationTube Recorder é uma ferramenta simples projetado para ajudar os instrutores, estudantes e profissionais de negócios gravar suas apresentações a partir do conforto de casa ou escritório, e sem a necessidade de ter ligação à Internet durante a gravação. O gravador de sincroniza uma variedade de recursos visuais, incluindo slides de PowerPoint, Webcam de streaming, quadro branco, prancheta, conteúdo browser, gravação de Desktop.


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Marisol Araya Fonseca's curator insight, July 30, 2014 12:23 PM

Let me see, I{m going to try it.

Adilson Camacho's curator insight, August 2, 2014 12:34 AM

Resources!

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Thank you Jan for the recent rescoops. I really like what I see on your site. Good luck!
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Lies Your World Map Told You: 5 Ways You're Being Misled

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"Infelizmente, a maioria dos mapas políticos mundiais não estão dizendo a você toda a história A idéia de que a terra da terra é limpa dividiram em Estados-nação -. Um país para cada um dos povos do mundo -. É mais um ideal imaginativa do que uma realidade Leia para aprender sobre cinco maneiras que seu mapa está mentindo para você sobre fronteiras, territórios e até mesmo a lista de países do mundo. "


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Nunca é "Toda a Verdade" ... 

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Amazing stories on the World's changing Geopolitical status. Current stories about disputed borders, unrecognised territories and  newly declared nations.

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A ascensão e queda e ressuscitar da desigualdade: uma entrevista com Thomas Piketty

A ascensão e queda e ressuscitar da desigualdade: uma entrevista com Thomas Piketty | geographical themes and issues | Scoop.it
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It's hard to think of a work of economics—certainly not one published in the past 30 years or so—that has had as extraordinary and instantaneous an impact outside the guild of professional economists as Thomas Piketty's “ Capital in the Twenty-First Century “.

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Geopolitics and the New World Order

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Combustíveis Geografia cada vez mais infinitas caos e old-school conflitos no século 21.

Via Seth Dixon
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Como Diz Milton Santos: "O retorno do território"! Que, aliás, nunca deixou de estar no centro dos acontecimentos ... 

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Sei que muitos geógrafos acadêmicos não ficaram satisfeitos com o determinismo ambiental no livro de Robert Kaplan A Vingança de Geografia e a atenção que em recebido em meios de comunicação tradicionais, como o New York Times (principalmente por sua redução de geografia para geografia física e é a aceitação de mapas verdade tão pura). Neste artigo em TEMPO por Robert Kaplan , ele destaca como contexto geográfico é vital para compreender a política global ... que é algo que todos podemos concordar, mesmo que nós não gostamos de os elementos de sua análise. 

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, March 20, 2014 1:22 PM

I know that many academic geographers weren't pleased with the environmental determinism in Robert Kaplan's book The Revenge of Geography and the attention that in received in mainstream media outlets like the New York Times (mainly for it's reduction of geography to physical geography and it's acceptance of maps as pure truth).   In this article in TIME by Robert Kaplan, he highlights how geographic context is vital to understanding global politics...that is something we all can agree on even if we don't like the particulars of his analysis. 

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Une indication géographique pour détourne les patrimoines pastoraux ? Le cas du queso Cotija (Mexique) (Autrepart)

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Les indications géographiques (IG) ne sontelles que des artifices mobilisés pour assurer la marchandisation des territoires ou peuventelles aussi garantir la protection des produits d’origine et des ressources locales dans une démarche de développement territorial endogène ? L’examen du parcours de qualification du Queso Cotija – un fromage pastoral mexicain – montre que la réponse à cette question relève largement des politiques publiques nationales, des jeux de pouvoir que met en scène l’organisation des filières agro-alimentaires et de la mobilisation du collectif local. Plus fondamentalement, la place des IG dans la construction du lien entre territoire et société globale relève d’un conflit d’appropriation qui porte sur la dénomination, sur les critères mobilisés pour définir le produit, sur la capacité à instruire les choix techniques et sur le statut des ressources locales. Considéré sous cet angle, l’expérience vécue par les éleveurs des Altos de Jalmich, s’apparente à un processus de dépossession et de spoliation : d’une renommée patiemment reconquise, de savoir-faire et de savoir-élever construits au fil de plusieurs générations et, au final d’un produit emblématique de leur identité collective et professionnelle.


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Invitacion, XV ENCUENTRO DE GEÓGRAFOS DE AMÉRICA LATINA, XV-EGAL

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EGAL! Without image...

Invitacion No disponible No disponible Receptivo Oficial Receptivo Oficial Estimados colegas: La Facultad de Geografía de la Universidad de La Habana, el Instituto de Geografía Tropical del Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología y Medio Ambiente de la República de Cuba, la Sociedad Cubana de Geografía, el Palacio de Convenciones de Cuba, de conjunto con otras entidades y organizaciones nacionales e internacionales, tienen a bien solicitar la sede del XV Encuentro de Geógrafos de América Latina, para realizarlo en Cuba en el año 2015; veinte años después que se efectuara en nuestro país su V edición. Este transcendental cónclave surgió en 1987, coincidiendo con la publicación del informe “Nuestro Futuro Común”, que resume los principios y postulados de la cumbre mundial celebrada en Brasil, donde de manera más definida surge el concepto de desarrollo sustentable. Tengan confianza una vez más en los geógrafos cubanos, sabremos estar a la altura que merece la preparación y desarrollo de esta magna cita. Hermanos latinoamericanos, Cuba, la Mayor de las Antillas, los acogerá con la hospitalidad y la alegría que caracterizan a nuestro pueblo. ¡Esperamos verlos en La Habana 2015!
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