Presentation on theme: "Section 1: Population Geography Section 2: Cultural Geography"— Presentation transcript:
1Section 1: Population Geography Section 2: Cultural Geography CHAPTER 5Human GeographySection 1: Population GeographySection 2: Cultural GeographySection 3: World Languages and Religions
2SECTION 1Population GeographyQuestion:What technological improvements have led to the world’s population growth?
3Reasons for Population Increases SECTION 1Population GeographyReasons for Population Increasesmedical advances lead to better health care, which allows people to live longer.agricultural advances lead to increased food production, which allows more people to live in an area.sanitation advances lead to cleaner living conditions, which help people stay healthy.
4SECTION 2Cultural GeographyQuestion:How would you describe the following traits of your own culture?
5Cultural Geography SECTION 2 Culture Traits government Example: democratic system, elected officials at local, state, and national levelsreligioneducationlanguageCulture Traitseconomyhousingclothingfood
6SECTION 3World Languages and ReligionsQuestion:What are examples of each of the three main types of religions identified by geographers?
7Universalizing Religions SECTION 3World Languages and ReligionsUniversalizing ReligionsEthnic ReligionsAnimist Religions• Confucianism • Hindusim • Judaism • Shintoism • Taoism• traditional religions• Christianity • Islam
8Chapter Wrap-Up CHAPTER 5 1. What do population geographers use to study population patterns and trends?2. What factors influence migration?3. What are culture traits? What is one example of how culture traits vary from place to place?4. Why is language fundamental to culture?5. Why is religion fundamental to culture?