5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- McGee Southeast Asian Model
- example of the Concentric Zone Model
- stage 3 of Borchert's Model
- a southern U.S.
- b 1870-1920; Industrial Revolution in US, industrial cities boom, esp. Great Lakes
- c port zone (most important aspect)
- d 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"
- e Indianapolis
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the formal act of acquire something (esp. territory) by conquest or occupation
- concentric zone model
- 1830-1870; railroads and steamboats
- individuals (young, single, married, yuppies, dinks, disposable income) buy up and rehabilitate houses, raising the housing value in the neighborhood and changing the neighborhood
- sociologist who compared urban vs. rural with "Chicago: Urbanism as a Way of Life"
5 True/False Questions
CBD → absolute location of a city; a city's static location, often chosen for trade, defense, or religion
example of the Sector Model → Indianapolis
stage 4 of Borchert's Model → 1920-on; linked to car and air travel, spread of suburbs, growth of new cities in the air conditioning, unions
Harris and Ullman's Multiple Nuclei Model → 1945; developed during early days of shopping center suburbanization, downtown CBD is not the only nucleus of non-residential land uses, specialized districts like retail, ports, manufacturing, etc., and basis for urban realms concept with functionally tied suburban regions and "suburban downtowns"
2nd Agricultural Revolution → improved food produciton and created a larger surplus; made industrial cities possible