The People in Motion section covers covers one week of class time (suggested) and begins with defining some basic concepts of people moving through space and time. We then introduce the Ravenstein Model and end with migration and historical migration trends.
The People in Motion section contains three separate days:
Day 1: Spatial Interactions gives some basic models of human-spatial interactions.
Day 2: Human Spatial Behavior explains the space-time prism and territoriality.
Day 3: Migration introduces the Ravenstein Model and migration trends.