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in the world systems model, the core nations of the world are...
located mainly in europe and north america
...involves the economic and political domination of one state by another, while... includes official, institutionalized government rule
in 1995 plebiscite, the canadian province of quebec sought which of the following
advanced economic countries, like the US, may prodce more pollution than less economically advanced countries because...
they consume more resources
since 1960. the diffrerence between per capita gross national products of the world's wealthiest countries and the world's poorest countrieshas
core-periphery patterns exist within countries as well as among them. in the US, economic peripheries include
southern appalachia and the lower mississippi
the aggregate measure of economic development that accounts for the depreciation of capital and natural resources is called the
net national product
which of the following region experienced rapid industrial growth during the early 20th century, followed by severe decline and difficult period of economic readjustment
the great lakes
in rostow's stages of development model, economic maturity is characterized by
high mass consumption
a... is a group of people with common political identity, and a .... is a country with recognized borders
governments are organized into a geographically based hierarchy of local government agencies
when voting districts are redrawn in such a way that they purposely favor a political party, they have been
...forces work to pull countries apart, while ... forces work to bind them together
when one country exerts political, economic, or social influence over another country without the aid of official government institutions, is called
for many years, French Canadians from quebec sought...., or the right to govern themselves and to establish their own independent state
when countries come together for a common purpose, somewhat limiting their own individual powers, the resulting body is called
the .... was based on control of land, markets, and political ideolog, whereas the ... divide is based on wealth and poverty
east/west divide.... north/south divide
.... boundires characterize much of africa as they ignore cultural and tribal differences across space
which of the following are commonly associated with he industrial revoltion
new forms of capital investment
...... take advantage of geographic differences in wages, labor laws, environmental regulations, taxes, and the distribution of natural resources by locating various aspects of their production in different countries
rostow's stages of development model predicts that each country's economy will progress from
low per capita incomes to high per capita incomes and high consumption
the... is a measure of all goods and services produced by a country in a year, including production from its investments abroad, minus the loss or degradation of natural resource capital as a reslt of prodctivity
net national product
economic activities that increase and thereby benefit from agglomerations in particular regions are called
the idea that resources should be conser ved so that people living today can meet their needs without limiting the ability to future generations to do the same is called
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