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The Law, Geography, Business, MHS, Media, and Anthropology Societies are calling YOU to take action! Ibrahim Halawa, is an Irish student, who is being illegally detained in an Eygyptian prison, after being caught up in a riot which broke out following a peaceful protest three years ago. 580 more words

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Sarah Rogers

Sarah is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies. She is a human geographer specialising in social and environmental change in rural China. 202 more words


Are you a 'climate terrorist'?

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Send me corrections (hey, I’m not a statistician!), but hopefully I’m not too far off.

Alistair Fraser

Human Geography

Ireland and the British Isles

Is Ireland in the British Isles? The Oxford English Dictionary seems clear. It tells us that the British Isles is:

A group of islands, including Britain, Ireland (Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland), the Isle of Man, the Hebrides, the Orkney Islands, the Shetland Islands, the Isles of Scilly, and the Channel Islands, lying off the coast of northwestern Europe, from which they are separated by the North Sea and the English Channel.

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The Demographic Transition

The demographic transition model attempts to explain the changes to birth and death rates that are experienced as a country develops, and the resultant changes in total population. 459 more words

GCSE Homework

[Free eBook] Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities [Academic Urban Planning Social History]

Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities by Carl H. Nightingale, an associate professor of urban and world history at the University of Buffalo, is his book providing an overview and analysis of historical and modern-day human tendency to divide the inhabitants of cities up by sometimes fairly arbitrary and rather discriminatory criteria, free for a limited time courtesy of the University of Chicago Press. 395 more words