Kristine Barseghyan, Ph.D. (ABD) Social Sciences
When the Bureau of Labor Statistics published its Occupational Outlook Handbook, many hurried to be positive on how the job market will change by 2020. More jobs and higher educational requirements were among the most acclaimed achievements to come.
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Alfredo Llorente, Ph.D. Student Human Geography
Since the beginning of the past century, geography has tried to expand its research areas to explore new fields where spatial analysis and data production could merge in new geographic correlations.
In the 1920s, Chicago schools tried to manage this correlation between crime and geography and start a new way to spatially analyze delinquency, principally in the urban areas. It was the beginning of the geography of crime.
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