GY200 Bundle Notes is the essential revision pack for all students studying GY200. It contains fully detailed notes for both the Michaelmas Term and Lent Term of the course, as well as extra reading notes, an in depth analysis of quotes and a course summary. This student achieved 77% in their final exam for GY200.
These notes examine the inter-relatedness of economy and society and the spatiality of social and economic phenomena in contemporary societies. Themes include: spatial fixes, Fordism, the development project, suburbanisation, rural crisis and shrinking cities. Through these themes the notes examine relationships between economic and social restructuring; the geographies of privilege, exclusion and marginality; as well as responses through urban regeneration, urban renewal and city planning. At the end of the notes in the course summary pack there is explanations on the relationship between the economic, social and spatial realms and communicate and apply these understandings to the contemporary geographies of everyday life.
The extra readings contains commentaries and analysis on key reading chapters and the quotes document is an excellent source of revision for bite-sized learning.
There are 5 unique documents in this pack and a total of 240 pages. This amounts to over 120,000 words.