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Human Geography

by: Hilario Donnelly

Human Geography GEOG 1123

Hilario Donnelly

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hilario Donnelly on Thursday October 15, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GEOG 1123 at NorthWest Arkansas Community College taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see /class/224069/geog-1123-northwest-arkansas-community-college in Geography at NorthWest Arkansas Community College.


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Date Created: 10/15/15
Chs 3 4 OUTLINE OF TOPICS TO ACCOMPANY Fellmann Getis and Getis HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 9 Edition c 2007 INTRODUCTION What is Geography Physical and Cultural Aspects Location Place Maps and Models Regions History of Geography CULTURE Environmental Determinism and Possibilism The Cultural Landscape Culture Hearths Diffusion Acculturation See also Chapter 6 MIGRATION Inter and Intraregional Migration Types of Migration Push and Pull Factors Immigration Streams See Chapter 6 Ethnic Diversity Chapter 6 Assimilation and Amalgamation See also Chapter 6 POPULATION Current Distribution Density Rates Population Pyramids Historical Growth and the Demographic Transition Overpopulation Carrying Capacity Thomas Malthus LANGUAGE AND RELIGION Language Families Branches and Groups Standard and Vernacular Language Pidgins and Creoles Lingua francas Of cial Languages Universalizing Religions Ethnic Religions and Syncretism Animism Ch 8 Ch 9 LIVELIHOOD AND ECONOMY Primary Activities Classi cation of Economic Activities and Economies Subsistence Practices Commercial Practices The Von Thunen Model Primary Activities Resource Exploitation LIVELIHOOD AND ECONOMY From Blue Collar to Gold Collar Supply and Demand Principles of Location LeastCost Theory Alfred Weber Agglomeration Economies Transnational Corporations World Industrial Regions World Trade Ch 10 DEVELOPMENT World Division into DCs and UDCs Economic Measures of Development Social Measures Education Health Gender Equity Demographic Measures Model of Economic Development WW Rostow Ch 11 URBAN SYSTEMS De nitions Basic and Nonbasic Activities Multiplier Effect Ranksize and Primate Cities Central Place Walter Christaller Thresholds and Ranges of Goods and Services Urban Structure Models Suburbanization and InnerCity Problems Urban Growth Ch 12 POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY States Nations and NationStates Capitals Size and Shape of States Boundaries Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces Nationalism Iconography and Territoriality HeartlandRimland Theories Supranationalism Ch 13 HUMAN IMPACTS ON NATURAL SYSTEMS Physical Environments and Cultural Impacts


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