Spatial Scales

Spatial Scales

  • Submitted By: bbbbb09
  • Date Submitted: 04/16/2009 5:50 PM
  • Category: Science
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Our society is defined by the spatial scale we live in. We can identify different

parts of the scale through human settlements, experiences, social and cultures

environments. I am going to explain how my life interacts with

each scale.

In the human settlements, all people live their lives in communities, go to work,

and consume food, housing and materials. We get involved in recreation in different

ways. This is my scale. I work a full time job in wireless communication. I use my

income to purchase food, housing, merchandise and a standard of living. My recreational

involvement is my children. My family is part of a larger scale called a community. In

my community everyone lives in a middle class neighborhood. Most people work each

day and their children go to local public schools or private schools. We use local

transportation such as private owned vehicles and buses. There are local parks and ball

fields to visit and enjoy.

Most people on our cultural share similar experiences. During working hours we

develop working relationship with other people. I work with people in the wireless

industry. We share common experience each day. We talk to each other about work

related issues and sometimes personal issues. I might tell someone about my children.

This is a personal issue. I might have to work with someone on special project to

accomplish a certain goal. This is how we develop our relationships. We interact on a

daily basis. After work we develop personal relationship with our wife, girl friends, our

neighbors or best friend down the road. We also have relationships at school. Our

children have relationships at school. We develop relationships with their teachers and

other children’s parents. My children are invited several times a year to parties. I am

developing relationships currently in this web course.

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