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Transcript of Geographical Space
Place in which we live
Where we do all of our activities
Object of study of Geography
conformed by components
Natural and human-made environments
Constructed and transformed by humans
Cohabitation between nature and society
Can be represented in maps with geographical coordinates
Changes and is transformed
Relief (mountains, plateaus, plains, depressions
Bodies of water (rivers, lakes, seas, oceans)
Climates (cold, moderate, tropical)
Result of human existence
According to growth, composition and migration
Social disparities as poverty, hunger, discrimination, etc. are included
Expressions of the different human groups (religion, languages, history, traditions, etc.)
There are ancient and modern cultures
Come from economic activities
Cattle and livestock raising
Activities humans develop in order to satisfy needs
Visible in the political division of the world
How frontiers are outlined
Different forms of government
Diversity of the geographical space:
Determined by the variety of its components
Natural components can determine how humans relate to them
From this relationship, the other components originate