A level Human Geography Regeneration Key Terms

Made this quiz with my benefit in mind but you are welcome to try it
Sorry if some of the vocab is different to what you use
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The movement of people from urban areas to rural areas, usually caused by gentrification
Counter urbanisation
Manufactoring finished products
Secondary Sector
The removal of government legislation
Producing food crops and raw materials
Primary Sector
Consciousness of and loyalty to a distinct region or group of people
How a person perceives an area
Lived experience
Assistance given to areas recognised by the EU as being disadvantaged
Regional Aid
A population shift from central urban areas into suburbs, resulting in urban sprawl
Lack of attachment to a place caused by the homogenizing effect of moderninity
Small areas which offer incentives to attract companies, such as tax discounts
Enterprise Zones
Political engagement reduces as people become more removed from the centre of power
Voter Apathy
Knocking down derelict buildings and building new ones
Explains associations or ways in which citizens have a common purpose of preserving and promoting public goods
Community Engagement
Being forced from their country because of war or natural disasters
Socially based, usually led by government and not looking to make profit (Type of investment)
Public Sector Investment
Loyalty or devotion to a particular nation creating a patriotic sense
Segregation within society that emerges from income inequality and economic restructuring
Social Polarisation
A statistical test which examines the strength of a relationship between two variables
Spearman's Rank
Preference for ones own area or region
Ways in which a brand or place is deliberatelyreinvented for economic reasons
Providing specialist services in finance and law or industries such as IT and biochemistry
Quaternary Sector
Providing services, either in public, private or voluntary sectors
Tertiary Sector
Fleeing a country over fear of prosecution
Asylum Seeker
The process of improving a rural or urban area by making positive changes
Younger people will want to move to areas with good money
Brain drain
Voluntary, usually to seek employment and send home remittance payments
Economic migrant
Paying a reduced amount of tax or none at all
Tax breaks
Refers to feelings, beliefs and behaviours that humans associate with a place
Sense of Place
The decline in importance of the manufactoring industry in the economy of a nation or area
The buying and renovation of establishments in deteriorated urban areas by upper or middle class families, raising property values but also displacing low income families and small companies
Usually led by companies looking to make profit (Type of investment)
Private Sector Investment
Overall measure of deprivation
Extreme form of marginalisation. When people's access to services and opportunities are limited
The effect people have upon a location. A place is shaped by people, cultures and customs
Analyses the value of social relationships and networks to societies and individuals
Social Capital
Socially, people or groups are pushed out to the edges of a place
Level 71
Feb 10, 2021
Pretty funny to see differences from the geography I know (the brazilian one). We have some different terms for similar things. The only ones I knew (tho i had some problem spelling it) are the ones from Fenomenology/Yi-Fu Tuan's thoughts. Really thinking of making one to portuguese site!
Level 41
Feb 10, 2021
That's the problem with these sort of things. I made this quiz for my revision purposes so these are all words from my teacher and the specific exam board