Human Geography: People, Place, and Culture

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"The noted geographer Yi-Fu Tuan once said, "People make places." People create cultures, values, aesthetics, politics, economics, and more, and each of these affects and shapes places. Places do not exist in a vacuum, as places are constantly being changed from within and in the context of the broader world. The study of human geography constantly reminds us of how people shape their world and of how people and places vary across space. People build homes and buildings, establish economic and political systems, interact ...

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