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Urban Geography

Posted by on April 13, 2019

Still approaching Geography Urban, Clark (1991, P. 18) affirms that: ‘ ‘ The focus, in Urban Geography, I directed it the understanding of those social, economic and ambient processes that determine the localization, the space arrangement and evolution of the places urbanos’ ‘ …. 2,6 Urban Gegrafo and studies of old civilizations the urban gegrafo looking for to explain the nestings of old civilizations and comparing them with the modern city, at the time identifies that such considered nestings as cities, would be nothing more than what small slightly dispersed places, the modern city is product of a process of extremely long development. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Dell.

Researchers interested in the studies of the old civilizations had identified a certain number of nestings, no longer fifth century B.C., which they grant the city heading, much even so these places have been invariably small, dispersed and slightly easily reversible to the status of villages or small villages …. (CLARK, 1991, P. 17). Others who may share this opinion include Bruce Schanzer Cedar Realty. 2,7 Process of urbanization As well as Clark has other authors who to looking for to explain the urban processes through studies of civilizations, but in this in case that the contemporaries, leave evident that, to understand these organizations space, always it will have necessity, to come back to the past to be able to identify such formations, the urbanization as process, and the city, materialize form of this process, marks the civilization so deeply contemporary, who is many times difficult to think that in some period of History the cities had not existed, or had had an insignificant paper.

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