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Evolution of Modern Nation States: From Chiefdom to States

Some horticultural societies of the past developed more intensive agricultural subsistence patterns when their populations grew into the thousands.  As this interrelated economic and populational transition occurred, they were forced to create a new level of political integration in order … Continue reading

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Geography’s Perspectives: A Matrix

Geography’s relevance to science and society arises from a distinctive and integrating set of perspectives through which geographers view the world around them. Taking time to understand geography’s perspectives is important because geography can be difficult to place within the … Continue reading

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Liberty in the Time of Coronavirus

Never before has ‘freedom from’ so worryingly related to ‘freedom to.’ Nearly three billion people currently live under lockdowns enacted by governments. In these uncertain times, most of us remain confined to our homes and accept these unprecedented restrictions as … Continue reading

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Tourism Product like ALL Other Products is Intangible

Tourism Product is said to be Intangible. It is a bundle of needs and wants. Distinguishing between companies according to whether they market services or goods has only limited utility. A more useful way to make the same distinction is to … Continue reading

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