Regional Inequality in Europe as a Leading Geographical Issue
"Geography is the science of the Earth's form, physical features, climate, population etc. and is usually divided into 3 branches, physical, human and biogeography" (Upshall, 1994:337). From this definition it's obvious that regional inequality is a leading geographical issue as the differences between core and peripheral regions have a profound effect on many areas of geography.
First it is important to define what exactly a region is. Obviously regions have to be of a unique location, differing from the surrounding areas and extend for as long as these differences exist. …
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