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World Geography Chapter 1-3 Key Terms

by: Layne Franklin

World Geography Chapter 1-3 Key Terms IREL 100

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These notes cover some key terms and concepts that will be on the exam.
World Regional Geography
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Layne Franklin on Friday February 12, 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 10 views. For similar materials see World Regional Geography in History at University of Indianapolis.


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Date Created: 02/12/16
Chapters 1-3 Key Terms and Concepts Cultural landscape-distinctive attributes of a society imprinted on a natural landscape; buildings, cities, agriculture, religious and political structures Natural landscape-physical features that make up the Earth’s surface Transition zone-where two geographic realms meet Monocentric realm-realm dominated by a single major political entity Polycentric realm-power in a realm dispersed among a number of more or less equally influential countries Core region- place of dominance whose inhabitants exerted their power over their surroundings near and far. Periphery region-areas that sustain core regions Sovereignty-idea that a government of a state rules supreme within its borders Devolution-regions or people demand and gain political strength Supranationalism- regions or people demand and gain political strength Functional region- an interdependent realm that is held together through highly developed spatial economic and political networks. Russification- moving minority people and replacing them with Russians Command economy- state planners assigned the production of particular manufactures to particular places, often disregarding the rules of economic geography. Unitary state system- its centralized government and administration Federal system- In a federal system, the national government usually is responsible for matters such as defense, foreign policy, and foreign trade.


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