Social Studies 10

“The Creative Monopoly” Questions

How does David Brooks define “creative monopoly”? According to Brooks, “creative monopoly” is “doing something so creative that you establish a distinct market, niche, and identity”. He says people should become good monopolists who create something entirely new and dominate it instead of competing to be better than other people in an already established field. … Continue reading

Social Studies 10

Urban Land Use Models

Land Use Models for MEDCs: Burgess and Hoyt 1. “Factories/Industry” is also known as “Wholesale Light Manufacturing”.  2. An additional “ring” can be added around the models above, called a “Commuter Zone”. 3. Describe the major differences between the Burgess and Hoyt models. The two models are shaped differently. The Burgess model is more simple, … Continue reading