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Chapter 4: People and PlacesVocabulary
Elements of Culture 4.1 Culture Society Ethnic group InnovationDiffusion Cultural Hearth
Elements of Culture Acculturation Dialect Religion MonotheisticPolytheistic Animistic
Population Geography 4.2 Birthrate Fertility rateMortality rate (death rate) Infant mortality rate Rate of natural increase Population growth rate
Population Geography Population pyramid Population densityPush-pull factors Immigration Emigration Carrying capacity
Political Geography 4.3 State Sovereignty Nation Nation-stateStateless nation Democracy Monarchy
Political Geography Dictatorship Communism LandlockedNatural boundaries Artificial boundaries Federal states
Urban Geography 4.4 Urban geography Cities Suburbs ExurbsMetropolitan area Urbanization Central business district (CBD)
Economic Geography 4.5 Economy Economic system Traditional economyCommand economy Market economy Mixed economy (Socialism)
Economic Geography Primary activities Secondary activitiesTertiary activities Quaternary activities Natural resources Renewable Non-renewable Inexhaustible energy sources
Economic Geography Infrastructure Per capita incomeGross national product (GNP) Gross domestic product (GDP) Developing nations Developed nations
Ch. 4 “People and Places”.
Demographics Part III, continued!. Define the following: Per Capita ( ) GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Life expectancyGDP Infant mortality Literacy rateBirth.
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Chapter 4 Human Geography: People and Places
World Geography Chapter 4 Notes
Chapter URBAN AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY. Urban Geography is the study of how people use space in cities. URBAN GEOGRAPHY.
1. Demographic Model 2. Cultural Hearth 3. Dictatorship 4. Nation State 5. Universalizing Religion 6. Mercantile Colonialism 7. Per Capita 8. Infrastructure.
Chapter 4: People and Places
Chapter 4 Sections 2-5 Human Geography.
Chapter 3 Vocabulary Mr. Greaser. Death Rate Number of deaths per year out of every 1,000 people.
World Geography Vocabulary Review.
Chapter 3. Stuck on an island Look at the island drawn on the board You a stranded on the very small island with 100 other people Where would you live?
Ch. 3 & Study of demography, language, religion, customs, political systems, economic systems, and culture 2. Culture: beliefs and actions that.
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY CULTURAL POLITICAL ECONOMIC POPULATION URBAN.
Economic Geography. Economic Systems Traditional Economy (barter) – Goods and Services are traded without exchanging money Command Economy – Production.
Section 1 The Study of Human Geography Section 2 Political and Economic Systems.
Ch. 4: Human Geography People and Places. Ch. 4 Section 1 Objective: Identify essential elements of culture. Objective: Identify essential elements of.
Chapter 4:3 Political Geography.
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