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Number of people employed and the number of jobs of which are occupied.
production, distribution, and consumption of commodities.
relating to the primary industry, harnessing raw materials, E.G mining, farming.
manufacturing of raw material.E.G factory work.
the provision of services. E.G retail.
knowledge-based sector of work, research, and development.
Part Time Employment
a form of employment that carries fewer hours than full time, usually working less than 30 hours per week.
Full Time Employment
a job that has a shared responsibility of provisions, working over 30 hours per week.
an employee is expected to remain in a certain position for a period of time only. E.G working in retail over christmas.
to have work, of which a person is paid to do. E.G retail manager, accountant.
working for yourself as a freelance or owner. E.G independant builder.
Available to everyone, which may be given to those requesting employment.
the process and method of data being available to be studied by a researcher.
things of which can affect someones lifestyle. E.G religion, family wealth.
a lack of equality
Quality of life
the standard of health, comfort and happiness experienced by a person.
Change in function
changing what an area was once used for.
the running of a business/ organisation.
making or intending to make profit.
the sale of goods to the public.
something that has been characterised by industry.
statistical data about a population, E.G age, gender, income.
the process of renovating/ improving a derelict area to become middle class.
the distribution of age groups in a population.
the sharing of a common and distinctive culture, E.G history, dress, homeland, art.
the weather or landscape.
Accessibility and Connectedness
how easy it is to get to a location.
what has changed in an area throughout the past, yet still links back to the heritage of the area, and what remains.
Role of Local and National Planning
planning for what is going to change/ be developed in a local area or on a more national scale.
to change the image of an area, developing a place to reposition the opinion of the public upon the area.
to change the appearance of a place to positively change the reputation of an area.
a cluster of ideas about how an area may be seen.
physical remains of the history and infrastructure of an area.
areas where industrial activity has been reduced.
Positively transforming the economy of a place that has displayed symptoms of decline.
Post Production Countryside
Post-production countryside means how the countryside should be used if farming declines even more.
Heritage and Literary associations
a group to help people of the same heritage come together in a community.
Accessible Rural areas
a rural area with good connectivity
Remote rural areas
places that are less densely populated, with less accessibility.
the structure of a population.
Relative and Absolute change
differences made over a time period, along with the time or for a completely different function.
an improvement of social circumstances within an area.
an average period of time a person may expect to live.
basic knowledge about how living things function.
Individulas, groups or organisations that have an interest in a particular project. They may be involved financially or emotionally because the development is in their neighbourhood.
a farm branches out from its role in traditional farming to reach other target markets.
A person/ organisation that puts money into a scheme.
Land Use Change
changing the purpose of what an area of land is being used for. E.G from a forest to a factory, or from a brownfield site to a hotel.
people missing out on what is considered a necessity, E.G an education or good housing.
the amount of income a person receives doesn't cover the cost of what they need.
The jobs available in an area not being suitable for the people who need jobs, perhaps an inadequate amount.
deprived of good quality health care.
Deprivation and crime.
people may have to resort to crime in order to get what they need.
Deprivation and the quality of living environment.
the higher the level of deprivation the lower the standard of living and the lower the level of environmental quality.
areas with high rates of employment, have inward migration and low levels of multiple deprivation.
people moving into the area
people moving into a town from within the same country.
moving in to an area from outside the country.
people or areas that are deprived in many ways.
geographical spaces shaped by individuals and communities over time
the unbroken transition from sparsely populated or unpopulated places to densely populated places
the highest levels of decision making in an economy, the top business executives and officials in a range of areas
a mapable ratio which helps show specialisation in any data distribution. close or equal to 1 suggests local and national patterns are similar
the impacts of poor health linked to deprivation
the roles a place plays for its community and surroundings
any type of physical, social or online linkages between places
housing estates characterised by high levels of economic and socail deprivation and crime
groups or singular houses with 24hr surveillance
settlements that have a proportion of their population living in them but who commute out daily or weekly, usually to work
the actual experience of living in a particular place or environment, have a profound impact on a persons perceptions and values
flagship regeneration projects
large-scale, prestigious preojects with the aim to generate a positive spin in a place
the balance between investment and outcomes
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