For this assignment you will apply geographical concepts to your life and to the world around you. The assignment requires both primary and secondary research. To do this, you will visit 3 places in Metro Vancouver; while there, you will observe and analyse the sitesusing concepts from the course.Based on your observations and analysis, you will write three short “journal entries,” an introduction, and a conclusion (plus a bibliography), which you will put into one document.GETTING STARTED .Choose 3 small sites to study (e.g. a playground, shop, public square, school, café, living room, temple, theatre, park) in Metro Vancouver. Smaller sites are better than larger ones. For example, a neighbourhood is too large to analyse in a few hundred words; instead,focus on one small part of the neighbourhood. Decide which course concepts (selected from readings + lectures) you will use to analyse your observations at the location. To do this, you must visit the place and spend at least one hour closely observing (looking, listening, smelling, touching, making sketches, taking photos, possibly speaking to people) andtaking notes. Record your reflections and observations in a journal entry. Your journal entry will connect the location and your observations to the concepts you chose. Do not take anything for granted! Even apparently minor features (a table, a photograph, a tree, a plaque, a glass of milk, mementos, a bee) are important. Look for relationships between space, place, identity, and power. How can geographic concepts help you understand such interactions? Use your observations to illustrate the concepts you selected. At the same time, you are using geographical concepts to help you understand what you observe. You may choose to focus on one aspect of landscape/objects or human behaviour.You will not be able to write about everything you observe.The three sites:-one must be a room in the apartment/house in which you currently live-one must be a location in the neighbourhood in which you live (e.g. Mount Pleasant, Guildford)-one must be a location in Metro Vancouver (no exceptions)Optional Challenge:Choose alocation you don’t like! Can your analysis help you pin down what it is that you don’t like about a particular place?
2WRITING &SUBMISSION•Each journal entry must be 600-800 wordsin length. Indicate the date and time of your observation. Begin with a brief description of the place you observed, and then move into your analysis. Your description should be relevant to the analysis that follows; don’t describe everything! Describe only what the reader needs to know in order tounderstand the analysis.•Each journal entry must use at least 2 major human geographical concepts (eg.“culture” is an appropriate concept; “language” is not really a concept, but it’s a goodexample of a cultural trait). Be sure to clearly and fully define thegeographical concepts you use.Your grade will suffer considerably if you do not define the conceptsfully and accurately. Find the definitions in the textbook, lecture notes or a reputable geographic source such as the Dictionary of Human Geography. Do not use a general-use dictionaryor Wikipedia. •If your paper contains maps, pictures or diagrams, label them clearly(eg. Figure 1, 2, etc.),and refer to them in the text. Place the figures in your text (not all at the en
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