BSc degrees and Diplomas for Graduates in Economics, Management, Finance
and the Social Sciences, the Diplomas i
n Economics and Social Sciences
Human Geography
How far do you agree with Doreen Massey
’s    (1984) view
 that ‘
Geography Matters
!’?  
Set your
 answer in the context of the varied and changing paradigms developed
by Human
Geographers since mid-
last century.
2.
Evaluate the arguments for and against the need to be concerned about the sustainability of
the world’s natural resources.
3.
Produce
a reasoned critique of any of the classical theories of the location of economic
activity that you have studie
d.
4.
How far do you agree with the view that as we have no say in where we are born we
have
the moral
right to decide to reside
where we want, assuming that we have the means
 to do
so,
even if this involves
 unhindered
migration
 across international boundaries?
5.
How far was
 Samuel
Huntingdon
(1993)
 correct in asserting that post
-cold war conflicts
would be cultural rather than economic or politically ideological?
6.
‘Contemporary urban inequalities are best explained by posing David Harvey’s (1973)
provocative question: in whose image is the city made?’
 Discuss