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Demographics Part III, continued!
Define the following: Per Capita ( ) GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Life expectancyGDP Infant mortality Literacy rateBirth rate
Define the following: Human Development Index Rural Urban
Economic sectors: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary
What sector of economic activities are occurring here? How would you define this economic sector? Is this country Developed, Newly industrialized, or Less developed?
Types of Government Absolute Monarchy Republic Dictatorship Totalitarianism Theocracy
Developed and Developing Nations by Eleanor Joyce City of Salem Schools.
Terms to Know Limited— Unlimited— Democracy— Constitutional Monarchy— Global Interdependence— Communism— Monarchy— Dictatorship— Totalitarian— Constitution—
$200 $400 $500 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $500 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $500 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $500 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $500 $800 $1000 $200 $400.
DEVELOPED V. DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WG.8: THE STUDENT WILL DISTINGUISH BETWEEN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND RELATE THE LEVEL OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
Levels of Development. Indicators for Measuring Level of Development Infrastructure The basic foundations of an economy Transportation, sanitation, education,
Developing versus developed countries. (SOL WG.8) FGMS Geography 8.
World Geography Vocabulary Review. The process of spreading new knowledge and skills from one culture to another.
Economic Development Chapter 18. Economic Development Refers to how advanced an economy is. Industrialized or More Developed Nations have advanced economies.
Government And Economy. Democracy, Monarchy, Dictatorship.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Essential Questions: 1. How do economists measure a country’s level of economic development? 2. Which economic activities are most.
Chapter 2 Slide 1 Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc.
Chapter 4: People and Places Vocabulary. Elements of Culture Culture 2.Society 3.Ethnic group 4.Innovation 5.Diffusion 6.Cultural Hearth.
© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. T2/28/12 Variances in Development (Ch. 9.1 – pp )
Economic Geography… …deals with how people earn a living and use resources and with the links among economic activities. Economic geographers group money-making.
Chapter 9 Development Key Issue 1 Why Does Development Vary Among Countries?
POPULATION LET’S TALK ABOUT PEOPLE: NUMBERSPLACESINTERACTIONS.
CHAPTER 2 LESSON 3. DEMOCRACY A governing system in which a country’s people elect their leaders and rule by majority. The people vote to choose the leaders.
Canadian Geography 1202 Unit 4: Standard of Living and Quality of Life.
© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. T3/5/2014 Variances in Development (Ch. 9.1 – pp )
ECONOMIC SYSTEMS AND ACTIVITIES. * PRIMARY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY TAKES SOMETHING DIRECTLY FROM THE EARTH.
Inter-industry linkage: Urbanization: Localization: Agglomeration Economies: Technological Spillovers: Externalities:
How we measure development WHAT FACTORS MIGHT WE CONSIDER WHEN COMPARING THE DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTRIES?
Economic Geography. I. Economic Systems A. Traditional - Barter and trade. (1 cow for 5 pigs?) B. Communism - Economy determined by the government (command).
LDC or MDC? 1. Crude Death Rate = high 2. Total % of pop under 15 =high 3. GNP per Capita = high 4. Service Economic Activities =high 5. % living in Urban.
Developed and Developing Countries VA SOL objective – WG.8: The student will distinguish between developed and developing countries and relate the level.
4.5 Economic Geography. Types of Economic Activities Traditional Economy- Goods/Services traded without exchanging $ Traditional Economy- Goods/Services.
Name of Country Your Name. Name of country… Map with Physical Features labeled & list of features from the notes.
Economic Development Mastering the TEKS in World Geography Chapter 18.
GNP AND GDP GNP – “Gross National Product” Total value of all goods and services by a country over one year. Includes facilities overseas owned by domestic.
Level of Development One common measurement of development is a country’s gross domestic product, or its GDP The GDP is the total value of all goods and.
Level of development and Human Development Index.
Economic Development. Important Ideas A. Various indicators are used to determine the level of development and standards of living of a country, including.
Economic Development or How shiny is your toilet?.
Various Sectors of Development Development Community Education Rural Agriculture Industry Infrastructure Social Economy.
Developed & Developing Countries https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/resources/the-world- factbook/
Year 9 Geography exam Development. the meaning of development: the generation and spread of wealth; political freedom; safety and security; well-being.
Development AP Human Geography. What is development? Improved living conditions for humans through diffusion of knowledge and technology. Includes: education,
Measures of Development. Human Development Index: recognizes a country’s development level as a function of economics (GDP per capita), social (literacy.
Chapter 4:3 Political Geography. Nation Geographers’ definition: community of people with common ancestry, culture and territory Does not imply an independent.
Levels of economic development vary from country to country. Some countries are very wealthy and some are very poor. Standards of living and indicators.
Chapter 9 Development -Short version-. What is DEVELOPMENT? The continued progress of a society in all areas ranging from demographics to economics to.
GEOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC INDICATOR QUESTIONS ANSWERED.
Economic Geography Question: How are economic activity and level of development interrelated?
Warm-Up Answer the following questions in the notes section of your notebook. 1.What is population density? 2.How does population density differ from population?
Introduction to Development Indicators and Models.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Chapter 2 Comparative Development: Differences and Commonalities among Developing Countries.
Development Indicators. GDP Per Capita Most widely used single indicator to assess living standards GDP/Population Low ( $8,000) income countries.
MCD & LDC MDC: More developed country is further along on the development spectrum. LDC: Less developed countries are in an earlier stage of development.
Human Development Index. TYPES OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES PRIMARY- The most basic. Agricultural Activities (food production): growing crops, raising livestock,
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