5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- spatial competition
- what did the Central Place Theory assume?
- example of the Concentric Zone Model
- Urban Realms Model
- a each realm is a seperate economic, social, and political entity that is linked together to form a larger metro framework
- b Indianapolis
- c central places compete with each other for customers
- d surface is flat with no physical barriers, soil fertility is the same everywhere, population and purchasing power are evenly distributed, region has uniform transportation network from any given place, and a good or service could be sold in all directions out to a certain district
- e maximum distance a person is willing to travel to obtain a good/service
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the formal act of acquire something (esp. territory) by conquest or occupation
- realtors purposefully sell a home at a low price to an African American and then solicit white residents to sell their homes at low prices, to generate "white flight"
- program in which cities identify blighted inner-city neighborhoods, acquire the properties from private owners, etc.
- 1960s; Borchert studied US cities and linked historical changes to urban evolution
- 1939; land uses in pie-shaped wedges radiating from city center, high-income areas along fashionable boulevards or rail lines, water, high ground and far from industry, industry radiates along river or rail lines, low income radiates near industry, and middle-income radiates between low and high income sectors
5 True/False Questions
deBlij African Model → each realm is a seperate economic, social, and political entity that is linked together to form a larger metro framework
Renaissance cities → Europe's cities were diminished or abandoned, independent cities formed in exchange for military service to feudal lord, dense and compact within defensive walls, cathedrals; Asia and Middle East's cities were flourishing and growing, Baghdad, Istanbul, Kyoto=largest cities
zone of transition → relative location of a city; a city's place in the region and the world around it
site → absolute location of a city; a city's static location, often chosen for trade, defense, or religion
stage 1 of Borchert's Model → Chicago