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Geography Annotated Bibliography

Industrialization of agriculture
Using this article is helpful in determining whether or not improved quality was meant or if concerns still remain the same.Throughout the article the author is clear on points trying to be made and backs up information with facts. The author uses a graph to clearly show and analyze findings. The citations are clearly stated and appear to be credible. The influences that the industrialization of agriculture has had on farm supplies are a part of the authors main focus. A large portion of the
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Europe and Asia
Life of this great life by showing the picture of a young man of a poor peasant farmer in Hunan province of china who rose to become a successful politician to the extent of being equated to a cult of a person. His political ideologies that were aimed at balancing the aspects of imperialism and feudalism in both the social and political environment gave him a liking amongst his people.However, this did not come on a silver platter because at one point he is said to have fled the place because
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Population distribution of China
Therefore, this makes China’s population distribution a good topic for discussion as it is the most populous country in the world. In this annotated bibliography, we are going to describe the sources that talk about the distribution patterns of the Chinese population, whereby we will also look at the factors that contributed to the particular patterns of distribution.This text talks about the distribution patterns of the Chinese population in terms of education, religion and ethnicity.
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Chinese religion and region
The Chinese religion in English guise is a text that plays an essential role in understanding the accounts of Chinese religion that began to appear in English in the nineteenth century. The author uses this text to demonstrate that the Jesuit interpretation of Chinese religion was not a completely unchanging one, and various features of eventual terminology such as “neo-Confucian” could take China back to the eighteenth century. Without understanding such terminologies in Chinese religion,
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Annotated biliography
His explanation somewhat follows the guidelines that while some areas were becoming more populated, it was easier for information to spread. Therefore, if one person started reading a book, then they could easily pass it on to their neighbor and share it. Some of the earliest points of the emergence of pop culture can be in found when Shakespeare literature started to become popular among different societies and cultural subgroups. He also discusses how folk culture survived, being passed
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History of Climatology in the st. luois metro area
The October monthly report on climate also shows consistency of droughts in the west.Data on the St. Louis County weather shows different tornado occurrence in the St. The F4 tornado that occurred on the 24th of January 1967 caused a massive effect across a wide area. According to the data there were three cases of deaths and 216 reports on injuries4. Another F0 tornado that occurred on the 10th February 1959 however had no reported cases of deaths caused. There was an occurrence off F4
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Economic issues for a country in Africa
The most interesting point of this article is that issues that are caused in one nation do not only impact the nation in a negative manner, they even impact other nations around the globe. For example: in this article the strikes conducted by the South African miners have negatively impacted industries that acquire minerals and commodities from South Africa. If the South African strikes continue to exist, they will not only impact the South African economy, they will impact all economies that
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Informal Settlements in Johannesburg
In addition, maturities in terms of thinking and Policy Corporation may be utilized to enhance successful establishment of a hazardous waste facility. Research indicates that there was a shortage in the number of hazardous metric tones that were being treated in Canada. However, through the establishment of modern facility the capacity of hazardous waste treated increased to over 5 metric tones (Barry, 2013).In addition, the case of hazardous waste management in the U.S and Canada has been put
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Assignment Two
This article by tony hall gives a deeper analysis of how the northern Canadian indigenous people, intensified their campaigns against the abuse of their rights. The author clarifies that these indigenous people were Indians who were imprisoned in the American prisons. The author further argues that the Indians in the northern part of Canada campaigned through their own formed political alliances with an aim of preventing their originals territories that was invaded by euro an immigrants,
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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The incorporation of immigrant migrants in growing urban areas in Saudi Arabia ( Style is Annals of the Associatio n of American Geographers , AAAG)
The article reveals that there is a significant relationship between immigration and the other two variables based on a study involving a sample of 20 large Italian cities. The article reveals that natives tend to move away from immigrant-dense areas suggests that they tend to have a negative attitudes toward the immigrants. The article further highlights migration trends in the world presenting some of the advantages that come with immigration such as faster urbanization of areas. The article
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Annotated Bibliography
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The Incorporation of Immigrants in Growing Urban Areas in Saudi Arabia (Style is Annals of the Associatio n of American Geographers , AAAG)
It lists countries with highest immigrant in Saudi Arabia to be India, Pakistan and Egypt respectively. Quoted in the article is the significant decline of Yemenis in the country as about 800 thousand were thrown out of the country. Exposed also is that certain nationalities are forbidden from entering the country these include Palestinians and Israelites (population of foreigners in Saudi Arabia).Both Simon and Lynch are professors at the Department of Justice and society at the American
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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The Incorporation of Immigrants in Growing Urban Areas ( Annotated Bibliography AAAG Style)
The study reveals that while many of the people in China have to contend with overcrowded houses and poor conditions, they are not as dissatisfied as one would logically expect. Some of the main factors that are behind this trend among migrants living in the country include friendship, kinship, family life and mobility. Other factors that play a role in the satisfaction of the migrants with the housing situation in china relate to the facilities and services they have access to. Incidentally,
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WRITING AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
This study was very relevant to the academic world because few studies had addressed the conceptions of trainee teachers about the term ‘geography’ at that particular point of time. As the title indicates, this paper tries to explore the conceptions of geography maintained by school trainee teacher in England. In this work, Catling compares the trainee teachers’ conceptions of geography with their understanding of the reason for teaching this subject in schools. For this study, Catling
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Geography
This research mainly focuses on the challenging assumptions applicable in the three facets of geography.Catling outlines ideas in this book that are relevant in the current academic world because few studies had addressed the perceptions of trainee teachers about the term ‘geography’ at that particular point in time. Training geography not only entail understanding the subject but also a conception of the reasons for such training. As the title indicates, this paper tries to explore the
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Global warming and climate change
The article, "NRC Reports Strongly Advocate Action on Global Warming" by Kerr and Kintisch appeared in the Science Magazine in 2010. The authors reflected upon the three reports that were compiled by the National Academies National Research Council(NRC) in 2010 and were completed over a two year period with the hard work of ninety scientists. The reports tried to persuade the Americans that global warming was a serious matter and it was high time to deal with it. A member of the NRC panel,
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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Official Community Plan And Neighborhood Planning
Determining whether planners can start an improved dialogue to facilitate stakeholder participation in planning, construction, and residing in greener neighborhoods.7 The article describes and implements methodical procedures that find the core contributors to greener neighborhoods and implementing the dialogue approaches in the early stages of planning for the project.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Annotated Bibliography
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