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AP Human Geography Chapters 1,2,3

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Vamshi Kallem

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Transcript of AP Human Geography Chapters 1,2,3

Chapter 1 place region
location distance
conectivity movement epidemic pandemic Culture culture trait cultural hearth culture complex sari
flamingo dance
chinese chopsticks Mesopotamia
Happran Valley
Nile River Valley
Yellow River Valley
Mesoamerica a related set of cultrual traits prevailing dress codes
cocking utensils
eating utensils human-environment Five Themes geographical position of people and things on the Earth's surface the mobility of people, goods, and ideas features tend to be concentrated in particular areas how the humans interact with the environment Army corps of Engineers alter Florida's physical environmnet uniqueness of a location worldwide outbreak of a disease regional outbreak of a disease AIDS
H1N1 Population densisty
Arthemtic populaion density Physiological population density Life expectancy Expansive population policies Eugenic population policies Restrictive population policies Megalopolis census Crude birth rate Curde death rate Infant mortality rate Child mortality rate Chapter 2 encourage large families and reise the rate of natural increase designed to favor one racial or cultural sector of the population over others government policies designed to reduce the rate of natural increase Sweden promoted this policy huge urban agglomerations a periodic and official count of a country's population a baby's death during the first year deaths of children between the ages of 1 and 5 the number of deaths per year per 1000 people the number of deaths per year per 1000 people the number of years on average, somone may expect to remain alive a country as a total population relative to the land size the total population of a country or region to the area of ararble land the population of a country or region expressed as an average per unit area Chapter 3 remittances Cyclic movements nomadism Migration internal migration international migration voluntary migration forced migration Pull factors Push factors periodic movements activity spaces involves a degree of permanence; with migration the mover may never return home migration that occurs within a single country's borders movement across country borders Occurs after an migrant weighs options and choices and understood as a series of options or choices that result in movement involves the impostion of authority or power; involuntray migration money migrants send home to family conditions and perceptions that help the migrant decide to leave a place circumstance taht effectively attract the migrant to certain locales from other places war higher pay
freedom a daily routine that takes pople through a reagular sequence of shrot moves with in a local area involves shorter periods away form home movement among a definite set of places invloves longer periods away form home military service AP Human Geography
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