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From Spatial Mosaic To Global Cities Network
(From Spatial Mosaic To Global Cities Network )

From Spatial Mosaic To Global Cities Network

 
Author : Samiksha MALHOTRA  Furqan SAMAD  
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Printing Year : 2016
Number : 1
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Cite : Samiksha MALHOTRA Furqan SAMAD, (2016). From Spatial Mosaic To Global Cities Network. MAS Journal of Applied Sciences, 1, p. . Doi: .
    


Summary

Geographical sciences have been influenced by geographic scales, in addition to the scientific paradigms, epistemologies, and scientific methodologies that dominate all ages. Geographical scales have led geographers to understand the spatial phenomenon and the universe in general. This research, which aims to examine the evolution of geographic studies based on geographic scales with an analytical method and a historical perspective, tried to explain the paradigm of networks affected by the age of globalization as a new approach in geography in the form of global cities. The research results show that there are three geographic approaches so far to understand spatial phenomena, based on geographic scales. Mosaic attitude, systemic attitude and network attitude. Almost each of these attitudes dominated geographic sciences in certain periods. Thus, the mosaic approach is older in time and has become the dominant spatial paradigm in the analysis of geographic events, and the systemic approach is associated with the second half of the twentieth century, and the network approach has become a new paradigm in the last decade. It is formed and completed in the twentieth century and the first years of the third millennium. In the network paradigm, emphasis is placed on intercity relationships around the world. In this mosaic paradigm the emphasis is on country and international relations, and in the systemic paradigm, the emphasis is on transnational regions and parts of the world. Modern geography seems to require all three approaches, and none alone can explain all the global facts.



Keywords
Geographic space, Geographical scale, Spatial attitudes, Network paradigm, Global cities.

Abstract

Geographical sciences have been influenced by geographic scales, in addition to the scientific paradigms, epistemologies, and scientific methodologies that dominate all ages. Geographical scales have led geographers to understand the spatial phenomenon and the universe in general. This research, which aims to examine the evolution of geographic studies based on geographic scales with an analytical method and a historical perspective, tried to explain the paradigm of networks affected by the age of globalization as a new approach in geography in the form of global cities. The research results show that there are three geographic approaches so far to understand spatial phenomena, based on geographic scales. Mosaic attitude, systemic attitude and network attitude. Almost each of these attitudes dominated geographic sciences in certain periods. Thus, the mosaic approach is older in time and has become the dominant spatial paradigm in the analysis of geographic events, and the systemic approach is associated with the second half of the twentieth century, and the network approach has become a new paradigm in the last decade. It is formed and completed in the twentieth century and the first years of the third millennium. In the network paradigm, emphasis is placed on intercity relationships around the world. In this mosaic paradigm the emphasis is on country and international relations, and in the systemic paradigm, the emphasis is on transnational regions and parts of the world. Modern geography seems to require all three approaches, and none alone can explain all the global facts.



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