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CGEO793 Take-Home Final Test
This Test is worth 30% of your final grade
The Test is out of a total of 30 marks
Read all instructions. In Part 1 do not answer more than the required number of questions.
Part 1: Question and Answer: Answer three out of the five options below. 5 marks each for a total of 15 marks for the Part. Where relevant, you are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED to refer to the articles we read.
All your answers should draw from course materials and you should not use outside sources. I will be looking to see that you demonstrate understanding of course materials!
Recommended length: About 150-200 words EACH.
a) In our course how can we see the effects of automobility?
b) What are some reasons that Toronto’s Chinatown has moved and multiplied?
c) How does constructing the city as ‘dangerous and unsafe’ affect city (re)development?
d) According to course materials, what is an ‘ethnic neighbourhood’?
e) In our course how can we see that homelessness is complicated?
Part 2: Integrative thinking – Themes, Concepts, Places (5 marks for exploration of theme, 5 marks for exploration of the concepts, 5 marks for exploration of places – 15 marks total for this section)
In the final lecture slides of semester, Jeff suggested what he thinks are the Six Major Course Themes. They can be seen at the end of the Test. He also reiterated two central questions of the course:
What is the city for? Who is the city for?
In this section, you will write a response that answers these questions by way of discussing course themes, concepts, and places. Your task is as follows:
1. Choose one theme from the list of Six Major Course Themes. Write your chosen theme at the top of your answer.
2. Choose three concepts from the list of Course Concepts at the end of the Test paper that are relevant to the theme you have chosen. Write your chosen concepts at the top of your answer.
3. Choose at least two places from the List of Specific Places at the end of the Test paper. Write your chosen places at the top of your answer.
4. Write an answer that explains the relationship between your theme, concepts, and places. Remember that ultimately, you must consider the questions ‘What is the city for? Who is the city for?’ Your response should be between 600-900 words.
|Tkaronto||Bottom up resistance||The auto-city|
|Privatization of public space||Spatial practice||Automobility|
|‘The city’ as idea||Housing as human right||Urban sprawl|
|Urban system||Canada’s housing system||Urban region|
|Urbanization||Public/Social housing||Daily use transportation|
|The industrial city||Keynesianism||Tent city|
|Concentric zone model||Slums||Affordable housing|
|The pre-industrial city||Hostile/Defensive Architecture||Homelessness|
|Urban reform||Racialization of poverty||Relative homelessness|
|City beautiful movement||Socially mixed income housing||Transitional homelessness|
|Garden city||Gentrification||Chronic homelessness|
|Broadacre city||Territorial Stigmatization||Episodic homelessness|
|Densification/Intensification||EVERYTHING BELOW AND RIGHT IS SECOND-HALF STUFF!||Visible homelessness|
|NIMBYism||Spatialization of urban fear||Invisible homelessness|
|Owner-builder housing||The revanchist city||‘New’ homelessness|
|Home ownership||Undesirables||Racial profiling|
|Annexation||Commodification||Chinese head tax|
|Inner suburbs||The creative city||Waged work and restaurants/laundries|
|Amalgamation||Brownfields||Chinese Exclusion Act|
|Global cities ideology||Deindustrialization||The Ward|
|Downloading of responsibility||Place-making||Reform Movement|
|Public space||Ethnic economy||Chinese Clan Associations|
|Dead malls||Integrated economy||Bachelor society phase|
|Creative destruction||Ethnic neighbourhood||Ethnic enclave|
|Local democracy||Radical democratic space||Vietnamization of Chinatowns|
List of Specific Places
|TMU Campus||Silverthorn Park Addition||Cabbagetown (old)|
|The Ward||Parkdale||Cabbagetown (new)|
|Chinatown West / Spadina Chinatown||Morningside Mall||Condo-land (condo corridor)|
|Monarch Park||Regent Park||Kensington Market|
|Pacific Mall||‘Sprawling Transport Complex’||Tent City|
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