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Models and People

The most important models and the people who made them.

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Johan Heinrich von Th√ľnen Agricultural Theory of Concentric Circles
Walter Christaller Central Place Theory
Ernest Burgess Concentric Zones
Immanuel Wallerstein Core-Periphery (World Systems Analysis)
Carl Sauer Cultural Landscape
Carl Sauer Agricultural Hearths
Warren Thompson Demographic Transition Model
Elsworth Huntington Environmental Determinism
Richard Hartshorne Centripital and Centrifugal Forces
Richard Hartshorne Evolution of Boundaries
W. W. Rostow Modernization Model (5 Stages of Development)
Chauncey Harris and E. L. Ullman Multiple Nuclei Model
Halford Mackinder Heartland Theory
E. G. Ravenstein Laws of Migration
Alfred Weber Least Cost Theory
Friedrich Ratzel Organic Theory of Nations
Thomas Malthus Population Growth as It Relates to Food Supply
Vidal de la Blache Possibilism
Mark Jefferson Primate Cities and the Rank/Size Rule
Nicholas Spykman Rimland Theory
Ester Boserup Rural Land Use (5 stages)
Homer Hoyt Sector Model
John Borchert Stages of the Evolution of American Metropolis Based on Transportation
Wilbur Zelinsky Migration Transition
Abdel Omran, S. Jay Olshansky, Brian Ault Epidemiologic Transition
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