How places may be represented in a variety of different forms such as advertising copy, tourist agency material, local art exhibitions in diverse media (eg film, photography, art, story, song etc) that often give contrasting images to that presented formally or statistically such as cartography and census data.

How is place represented?

How places may be represented in a variety of different forms such as advertising copy, tourist agency material, local art exhibitions in diverse media (eg film, photography, art, story, song etc) that often give contrasting images to that presented formally or statistically such as cartography and census data.

What are natural characteristics of a place?

The physical and human characteristics of a place make it unique. Physical characteristics include the natural environment, such as landforms, elevation, water features, climate, soil, natural vegetation, and animal life.

Can a lion tongue rip your skin?

Yes, they most certainly can lick the skin off. Lions and tigers, actually any of the big cats have barbs called filiform papillae on their tongues to facilitate this. It hurts to have a lion or tiger lick you. It will also lead to biting.

What is a place profile?

A place profile can be described as telling a ‘story of a place’. Students need to understand the demographic, socio-economic, cultural, political, built and natural characteristics that shape a place identity. It also important for students to recognise that place identity is dynamic and changes over time.

What is the smallest and biggest muscle in your body?

The largest muscle is the gluteus maximus (buttock muscle), which moves the thighbone away from the body and straightens out the hip joint. It is also one of the stronger muscles in the body. The smallest muscle is the stapedius in the middle ear.

How Globalisation can influence people’s sense of place?

Globalisation impacts on our identities by enabling us to experience a wider range of material cultures (such as food and music). How we make sense of these global cultural flows will modify on our sense of who we are. Home or away, globalisation causes us to meet people whose identities maybe rooted in distant places.

What are 2 physical characteristics?

Physical characteristics include land forms, climate, soil, and natural vegetation. For example, the peaks and valleys of the Rocky Mountains form a physical region. Some regions are distinguished by human characteristics. These may include economic, social, political, and cultural characteristics.

What factors affect the identity of places?

Worldviews, and therefore our cultural identities, reflect multiple factors. Ideology, race, ethnicity, language, gender, age, religion, history, politics, social class, and economic status influence how we perceive the place where we live and other parts of the world.

What is endogenous factor?

Endogenous factors are the local, internal characteristics which create a place’s identity. Some examples of endogenous factors are shown below. ‚ÄčEndogenous factors contributing to the character of places.

Why is my tongue always coated?

White tongue is the result of an overgrowth and swelling of the fingerlike projections (papillae) on the surface of your tongue. The appearance of a white coating is caused by debris, bacteria and dead cells getting lodged between the enlarged and sometimes inflamed papillae.