human geography Test 1

Capitalism A form of economic an social organization characterized by the profit motive and the control of the means of production, distribution, and the exchange of goods by private ownership. Geographical imagination The capacity to understand changing patterns, changing processes, and changing relationships among people, places, and regions. Globalization The increasing interconnectedness of different parts […]

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Human Geography terms Ch. 7

Apartheid a system of legal racial segregation enforced by the National Party government in South Africa between 1948 and early 1994. Ex: classified inhabitants into racial groups (“black”, “white”, “coloured”, and “Indian”), and residential areas were segregated Balkanization a geopolitical term originally used to describe the process of fragmentation or division of a region or […]

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Human Geography Midterm 1

definition of geography Study of the Earth as the Home of Humanity literal meaning of the word “geography” greek word: Earth Writing human and physical (natural) geography geographic techniques physical, human, techniques areal differentiation “this place is different from that place”- smells, plants, things early history of geography (reasons for study of geography) 1. land […]

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Human Geography Final Exam

De Jure legally recognized Neoliberal Policies  Are economic policies predicted on the minimalist role for the state Hyperglobalist View View globalization as the beginning to the end of nation-state and denationalization of economics Skeptical View Globalization is exaggerated The Transformationalist Make No Claims About Future Trajectory Of Globalization Toponyms place names. another form of linguistic […]

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