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What is SPECS?

SPECS is a memory technique in which we compress the perspective all Geographers under my teaching should remember.

S - Social
P - Political
E - Economical
C - Cultural
S - Surroundings (pointing to the Environment and what can be seen, which is important in Geography)

Geography is about seeing the world, about seeing the patterns and making good informed views based on the patterns you are seeing in the world.

When we look at data, we must always ask ourselves - what kind of a pattern am I seeing? More about this on another post.
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