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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Favela
  2. Central-Place Theory/Christaller, Walter
  3. Globalization
  4. Entrepot
  5. Squatter Settlement
  1. a explains how services are distributed & why there are distinct patterns in this distribution; involves market area/hinterland and threshold
  2. b trading center where goods are exported and imported without cost
  3. c an area of usually unauthorized, makeshift housing, generally at the edge of a third world city
  4. d a shantytown or slum
  5. e development of worldwide patterns of economic relationships (we learned about the future impact this will have

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. poor section of city inhabited by people of same race, religion, or social background
  2. area closest to the market / area farther away from the market
  3. (central business district) location of skyscrapers and companies; always center of 3 urban models, many people commute, few actually live there
  4. a center of population, commerce, and culture from 500 - 1500 BCE
  5. the process where lands that were previously outside the urban environment become urbanized, as people and businesses move to these places

5 True/False questions

  1. Tenementtrading center where goods are exported and imported without cost


  2. Concentric Zone Model(E.W. Burgess) city grows outwards from central area (CBD in middle, zone of transition, workers' homes, zone of residences, commuter's zone)


  3. Gateway Citya settlement which acts as a link between two areas


  4. Bid-Rent Theoryexplains that price/demand for land increases closer to CBD (explains the concentric zone model and different levels of development located at distances from city)


  5. Rank-Size Rulein a modern urban hierarchy, the population of a city or town is inversely proportional to its rank in the hierarchy


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