Jiri Vystoupil

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Selected aspects of the internal organization of a settlement system

Miroslav Macka, Jan Bina, Jaroslav Mareś, Bozena Novakova, Vaclav Touśek, Milan Viturka, Jiri Vystoupil

Geographia Polonica (1981) vol. 44, pp. 65-88 | Full text

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Abstract:

In the structure and/or interdisciplinary design of different subsystems of the socio-economic space we can see the entirely marked position of the settlement subsystem. Its organization is certainly affected by the arrangement of the settlement structure in a narrow sense, i.e. the structure of settlements (i.e. their size, functions, etc.). But this primary basis does not play such a decisive part in the settlement subsystem as does, for instance, the structure and dislocation of industry in the industral subsystem or the characteristics of the production types, subtypes, etc.. in the subsystem of agriculture. The settlement subsystem as the territorially most universal component of the socio-economic space is modelled relatively strongly by processes originating in the structure of industry, services, agriclture, etc., and has retroactive modifying effects on these 'more specialized' subsystems. The study of settlement must therefore necessarily deal even with questions of the geography of transport, recreation, industry, agriculture, etc.; and the present paper was compiled taking account of this fact.

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Miroslav Macka, Insiilule of Geography, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno Czechoslovakia
Jan Bina, Insiilule of Geography, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno Czechoslovakia
Jaroslav Mareś, Insiilule of Geography, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno Czechoslovakia
Bozena Novakova, Insiilule of Geography, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno Czechoslovakia
Vaclav Touśek, Insiilule of Geography, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno Czechoslovakia
Milan Viturka, Insiilule of Geography, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno Czechoslovakia
Jiri Vystoupil, Insiilule of Geography, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Brno Czechoslovakia