Factors contributing to the character of places
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Last updated 22 Mar 2021
Factors contributing to the character of places can be categorised into two groups - endogenous and exogenous.
Endogenous factors contributing to the character of places
Endogenous factors are the local, internal characteristics which create a place’s identity.
Some examples of endogenous factors are shown below.
Exogenous factors contributing to the character of places
Exogenous factors are external influences on a place’s identity. They are caused by a place’s relationship with other places.
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