International Relations 100, Week 1, Day 1 Notes
International Relations 100, Week 1, Day 1 Notes IREL 100
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Layne Franklin on Sunday January 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to IREL 100 at University of Indianapolis taught by Brian Platt in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 74 views. For similar materials see World Regional Geography in History at University of Indianapolis.
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Introduction Geography Terms and Concepts Cultural landscape- attributes on a natural landscape, such as buildings, cities, agriculture, religious, and political structures Natural landscapes-physical features that make up Earth’s surface (ex: rivers, plains, mountains, vegetation, climate, etc.) Transition zone-where two geographic realms meet Monocentric realm-realm dominated by a single major political entity Polycentric realm-dispersed among many more or less equally influential countries Core region-regions or people within a state Periphery region-areas who sustain core regions Sovereignty-place of dominance where inhabitants exerted their power over surroundings near and far Devolution- states give up sovereignty to promote international cooperation Supernationalism- idea that the government of a state has supreme rule over its borders