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Classification[ edit ] Traditionally, it belongs to cultural geography and is divided into the geography of urban settlements cities and towns and rural settlements e. Thereby, settlements are mostly seen as elements of the cultural landscape that developed over time. Apart from AustraliaEurope and Indiathe term is actually rarely used in English-speaking geography.
One of the last English books on settlement geography was published by Cambridge University Press in the s. Actuality[ edit ] Due to processes of urban sprawl such as counter urbanization peri-urbanisation or postsuburbanisation the existing dichotomy between the urban and the rural is losing importance, especially in industrialized countries and newly industrialized countries.
This point of view is already represented by many planning strategies such as the unified settlement planning.
Hence, an integrative geography of settlements that considers the urban and the rural settlements as a continuum  is regaining the importance lost during the 20th century. Further it is used in prehistoric,  historic  and present-focusing    geographic research.
Definitions[ edit ] Referring to Stonesettlement geography is the description and analysis of the distribution of buildings by which people attach themselves to the land. Further, that the geography of settling designate the action of erecting buildings in order to occupy an area temporarily or permanently.
It should be understood that buildings are one tangible expression of man-land relationships and that specification of this focus assumes study may be at any scale from quite general to most specific; there is no restriction to large-scale study of individual building plans or architectural details.
Buildings are simply one representation of the process of people living in an area they are a mappable division of the landscape to which attention needs direction.
This more holistic study is concerned with sustainability and seeks to better understand the present landscape and plan the future. As an applied scienceit projects future settlement development and contributes to the sustainable development of human-environmental systems.Overview.
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