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Instructor: Dr. Truong Thi Kim Chuyen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com Weblog: www.socialscience09.wordpress.comwww.socialscience09.wordpress.com
World Economic Geography Paul Knox (2008),The geography of the world economy, Routledge; 5th edition Neil M.Coe, Phillip F Kelly, Henry W.C. Yeung (2007), Economic Geography, Blackwell Publishing Readings: Fellmann – Getis - Getis (1998). Human Geography: Landscapes of Human Activities. Brown & Benchmark.
Course Outline The geography of the world economy Economic Geography Conceptual foundations 01/ Conceptual foundations Page 1-25 Dynamics of economic space 02/ The changing world economy 04/ Patterns of Development and Change 05/ Services going global 03/ Commodity chains Page 87-115 04’/ Technology and agglomeration Actors in economic space 10/ International and supranational institutionalized integration 06/ The state Page 187-219 07/ The transnational corporation Page 223-251 08/ Labour power Page 254-281 09/ Consumption
09/ Consumption 09/ Consumption – who controls spaces of sales and consumption? Aims: To recognize the position and importance of the consumption process within the capitalist system To appreciate the changing geographies of consumption and in particular, retailing To understand how consumption spaces are actively designed and used To reflect on the ways in which consumption, place and identity are interrelated
OUTLINE Introduction The consumption process The changing geographies of retailing The changing spaces of consumption Consumption, place and identity Summary