TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography: Changing Places 2020/2021 edition (PDF)

TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography: Changing Places 2020/2021 edition (PDF)

978-1-911160-32-8
£30.00
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A 24-page e-magazine containing five topical, thought-provoking articles written to develop students’ analysis and evaluation skills, including Review notes and Response questions. There are accompanying Teacher Notes and PowerPoint-style slides.

Contents

• The impact of tourism on Upper Wharfedale
Phil Banks examines how a remote agricultural community has developed into a popular destination for a variety of visitors. He considers the effect of this on the character of the landscape, settlement and population.
• The representation of ‘place’ in the arts
The ‘meaning’ of a place to each individual can often be linked to elements of the arts that have helped shape its representation. David Redfern considers how novels, paintings and public sculptures can assist in this process.
• Gentrification - Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter becomes a hipster hotspot
Rebecca Priest explores the economic and social changes in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter and how gentrification is now changing the area’s identity.
• Studentification - a continuing process of change
Phil Banks examines the phenomenon of ‘studentification’ and its social, economic and environmental impacts upon some parts of the UK’s university cities and towns.
• Inequality in London
David Redfern examines the key concept of inequality in the context of a large urban area - London.

The TOPIC EYE A-Level Geography 2020/2021 and 2018/19 series are only available in PDF format. A download link is provided by email, so please remember to provide your email address when ordering.