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AP Human Geography Urban Models
Concentric Zone Model
Sector Model
Multiple Nuclei Model
Urban Realms Model
Concentric Zone Model
Sector Model
AP Human Geography Chapter 9 - Urban Geography
Urban Morphology
City
Urban
Agricultural Village
study of the physical form and structure of urban places
conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
entire built-up, nonrural area and its population, including…
a relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
Urban Morphology
study of the physical form and structure of urban places
City
conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
56 terms
AP Human Geography Chapter 9 - Urban Geography
Urban Morphology
City
Urban
Agricultural Village
study of the physical form and structure of urban places
conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
entire built-up, nonrural area and its population, including…
a relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
Urban Morphology
study of the physical form and structure of urban places
City
conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
75 terms
AP Human Urban Geography
Agglomeration
Blockbusting
Central Business District (CBD)
Centrality
A process involving the clustering or concentrating of people…
Rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
The downtown heart of a central city that is marked by high l…
The strength of an urban center in its capacity to attract pr…
Agglomeration
A process involving the clustering or concentrating of people…
Blockbusting
Rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
45 terms
AP Human Geography - Urban Geography
morphology
city
urban
agricultural village
the physical layout of a city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
the city and its surrounding environs connected to the city;…
a relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
morphology
the physical layout of a city
city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
103 terms
AP Human: Urban Geography
city
urban
agricultural villages
what did the housing of the agricultur…
conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
the buildup of the central city and the suburban realm
-relatively small in size and in population... -everyone involve…
-shows that they are egalitarian (sharing of goods in common…
city
conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
urban
the buildup of the central city and the suburban realm
82 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Patterns
Annexation
Census Tract
Central Business District
City
The adding of a region to the territory of an existing politi…
An area deliniated by the us beureau of the census for which…
The area of the city where consumer, business, and public ser…
An urban settlement that has been legally incorporated into a…
Annexation
The adding of a region to the territory of an existing politi…
Census Tract
An area deliniated by the us beureau of the census for which…
AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY URBAN MODELS
Concentric Zone Model
concentric zone model
created the concentric zone model
when the concentric zone model was cre…
CBD, Zone of transition, Zone of independent workers homes, z…
as the city grew land converted into zones around the outside…
Burgess
1920's
Concentric Zone Model
CBD, Zone of transition, Zone of independent workers homes, z…
concentric zone model
as the city grew land converted into zones around the outside…
65 terms
Unit 8 Urban Geography AP Human Geography
Urban
City
Agricultural village
Urbanization by the numbers
-the built up area in and around a city... -an ______ area is no…
-an agglomeration of people and buildings clustered together…
-small in size and population... -everyone living in the village…
-in 1800 only 5% of the world lived in cities... -in 1950 only 1…
Urban
-the built up area in and around a city... -an ______ area is no…
City
-an agglomeration of people and buildings clustered together…
51 terms
AP Human Geography: Urbanization
Agglomeration
Barriadas
Bid-Rent Theory
Blockbusting
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Squatter settlements found in the periphery of Latin American…
How the price and demand on real estate changes as the distan…
A process by which real estate agents convince white property…
Agglomeration
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Barriadas
Squatter settlements found in the periphery of Latin American…
20 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Morphology
Urbanization Hearths
Social Stratification
Agricultural village
The layout of a city, its physical form and structure.
Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley, Indus River Valley, Huanghe a…
One of the two components that enable the formation of cities…
A relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
Urban Morphology
The layout of a city, its physical form and structure.
Urbanization Hearths
Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley, Indus River Valley, Huanghe a…
63 terms
AP Human Geography: Urban Geography
Peripheral Model
Strengths of using the peripheral model
weaknesses of using the peripheral model
Urban Geography
a depiction of the contemporary metropolitan area emphasizing…
Points to problems of sprawl and segregation that characteriz…
Peripheral areas lack the severe problems of inner-city neigh…
studies the functions of cities and their economic role
Peripheral Model
a depiction of the contemporary metropolitan area emphasizing…
Strengths of using the peripheral model
Points to problems of sprawl and segregation that characteriz…
AP Human Urban Geography
Agglomeration
Blockbusting
Central Business District (CBD)
Centrality
A process involving the clustering or concentrating of people…
Rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
The downtown heart of a central city that is marked by high l…
The strength of an urban center in its capacity to attract pr…
Agglomeration
A process involving the clustering or concentrating of people…
Blockbusting
Rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
AP Human Geography Urban Models
Concentric Zone Model
Sector Model
Multiple Nuclei Model
Urban Realms Model
Concentric Zone Model
Sector Model
55 terms
AP Human Geography: Chapter 9 - Urban Geography
Urban Morphology
Mesopotamia
Nile River Valley
Indus River Valley
The layout of a city, its physical form and structure.
Chronologically, the first of the five urbanization hearths.…
Chronologically, the second of the five urbanization hearths.…
Chronologically, the third of the five urbanization hearths.…
Urban Morphology
The layout of a city, its physical form and structure.
Mesopotamia
Chronologically, the first of the five urbanization hearths.…
52 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
central business district (CBD)
synekism
urban
city
The downtown heart of a central city, the Central Business Di…
The possibility of change that results from people living tog…
the entire build-up, nonrural area and its population, includ…
Conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
central business district (CBD)
The downtown heart of a central city, the Central Business Di…
synekism
The possibility of change that results from people living tog…
AP Human Geography - Urban Geography
Central Place Theory
Central Place
Market Area (Hinterland)
Range
Spatial patterns of urban and outlying areas based on the flo…
Market center for the exchange of goods and services
Areas surrounding a service from which customers are attracted
Maximum distance people are willing to travel to use a service
Central Place Theory
Spatial patterns of urban and outlying areas based on the flo…
Central Place
Market center for the exchange of goods and services
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
55 terms
AP Human Geography: Urban Geography
Urban Morphology
City
Urban
Agricultural Village
the study of the physical form and structure of urban places
conglomeration of people and buildings
buildup of the central city and the suburban realm
farmers lived together in a village, producing just enough fo…
Urban Morphology
the study of the physical form and structure of urban places
City
conglomeration of people and buildings
AP Human Geography: Urban Geography
Agricultural Hearths
Surplus Crops
Feudal System
Renaissance Period
location of world's first cities
more food than a farmer's family could eat
system in Europe that discouraged urbanism and confined more…
period after the Hundered Years War when urban growth acceler…
Agricultural Hearths
location of world's first cities
Surplus Crops
more food than a farmer's family could eat
ap human urban geography
urban hierarchy
historic city functions
3 key components of city location
central place theory
hamlet... village... town... city... metropolitan area... megalopolis
-commerce centers (Fresno,Venice, New York)... -industrial citie…
population... trade area... distance
each central place has a surrounding complementary region, an…
urban hierarchy
hamlet... village... town... city... metropolitan area... megalopolis
historic city functions
-commerce centers (Fresno,Venice, New York)... -industrial citie…
45 terms
AP Human Geography - Urban Geography
morphology
city
urban
agricultural village
the physical layout of a city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
the city and its surrounding environs connected to the city;…
a relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
morphology
the physical layout of a city
city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
AP Human Geography Urban
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
(7/8) AP Human Geography: "Urban Geography"
The __ ___ theory holds that all marke…
The market areas of settlements, or __…
Who developed the central place theory?
Central Place Theory Picture on reverse.
central place
hinterlands
Walter Christaller
...
The __ ___ theory holds that all marke…
central place
The market areas of settlements, or __…
hinterlands
33 terms
AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY URBAN MODELS - CG
Concentric Zone Model
Concentric Zone Model
Who created the Concentric Zone Model?
Sector Model
CBD, Zone of transition, Zone of independent workers homes, z…
as the city grew land converted into zones around the outside…
Earnest Burgess 1925
why wealthy people live where they do ... high->middle->low rent…
Concentric Zone Model
CBD, Zone of transition, Zone of independent workers homes, z…
Concentric Zone Model
as the city grew land converted into zones around the outside…
32 terms
AP Human Geography Urbanization
Mega City
Megalopolis
Conurbation
Hinterland
A metropolitan area with a total population in excess of 10 m…
An extensive metropolitan area or a long chain of continuous…
An extended urban area, typically consisting of several towns…
The area surrounding a central place, from which people are a…
Mega City
A metropolitan area with a total population in excess of 10 m…
Megalopolis
An extensive metropolitan area or a long chain of continuous…
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
45 terms
AP Human Geography - Urban Geography
morphology
city
urban
agricultural village
the physical layout of a city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
the city and its surrounding environs connected to the city;…
a relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
morphology
the physical layout of a city
city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
49 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Morphology
City
Urban
Agricultural Village
...
Conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
...
A relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
Urban Morphology
...
City
Conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
75 terms
AP Human Geography: Urban Geography
Central Place Theory
Market areas
Hinterlands
Walter Christaller
Central to spatial analysis and at the heart of all urban mod…
Overlap one another at different scales
Also known as market areas. Overlap one another at different…
German theorist, who showed that there is a hierarchy of plac…
Central Place Theory
Central to spatial analysis and at the heart of all urban mod…
Market areas
Overlap one another at different scales
AP Human Geography - Urbanization
urban morphology
city
the 2 components to enable the formati…
1st urban revolution
the layout of a cit, its physical form and structure
a conglomeration of people and buildings to sever as a center…
agricultural surplus and social satisfaction (leadership class)
it occurred independently in 5 separate hearths (mesoamerica,…
urban morphology
the layout of a cit, its physical form and structure
city
a conglomeration of people and buildings to sever as a center…
29 terms
AP human geography: urban
annexation
concentric zone model (Burgess Model)
conurbation
density gradient
to attach, append, or add, especially to something larger or…
A model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
an extensive urban area resulting from the expansion of sever…
the change in density in an urban area from the center to the…
annexation
to attach, append, or add, especially to something larger or…
concentric zone model (Burgess Model)
A model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
16 terms
Urban ( AP Human Geography )
Concentric Zone Model
Multiple Nuclei Model
Griffin-Ford
Central Place Theory (Christaller)
A model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
A model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
Griffin-Ford Latin American City Model Combines elements of L…
is a geographical theory that seeks to explain the number, si…
Concentric Zone Model
A model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
Multiple Nuclei Model
A model of the internal structure of cities in which social g…
8 terms
AP Human-- Urban Geography
ethnic neighborhood
gentrification
spaces of consumption
megapolis
a neighborhood with a high concentration of a specific type o…
renovating old rundown houses to sell to the middle-class
areas of the city that entice people to consume goods and ser…
a very large city
ethnic neighborhood
a neighborhood with a high concentration of a specific type o…
gentrification
renovating old rundown houses to sell to the middle-class
94 terms
AP HUMAN URBAN GEOGRAPHY
agricultural surplus
blockbusting
bid-rent theory
redlining
enables the formation of cities; agricultural production in e…
rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
the price and demand for real estate chan, explains that the…
a discriminatory real estate practice in North America in whi…
agricultural surplus
enables the formation of cities; agricultural production in e…
blockbusting
rapid change in the racial composition of residential blocks…
45 terms
AP Human Geography Urban
Urban Morphology
City
Urban
Agricultural Village
The study of the physical form and structure of urban places
Conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
The entire built-up, nonrural area and its population, includ…
A relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
Urban Morphology
The study of the physical form and structure of urban places
City
Conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together to…
60 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Unit
blockbusting
CBD
census tract
cityscapes
the profiteering practice by unscrupulous real-estate agents…
central business district
An area deliniated by the us beureau of the census for which…
similar to a landscape, yet of a city (often show the city's…
blockbusting
the profiteering practice by unscrupulous real-estate agents…
CBD
central business district
39 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Models
Sector Model
What does the Sector Model explain?
Strengths of the Sector Model
Weaknesses of the Sector Model
Area of Use: Cities... Author: Homer Hoyt in 1939
The city develops in a series of sectors, not rings. Certain…
-Allows for an outward progression of growth in each of the s…
-Based on central railroad transportation and not cars
Sector Model
Area of Use: Cities... Author: Homer Hoyt in 1939
What does the Sector Model explain?
The city develops in a series of sectors, not rings. Certain…
52 terms
AP Human Geography: Chapter 9 - Urban Geography
Urban Morphology
Urbanization Hearths
Mesopotamia
Nile River Valley
The layout of a city, its physical form and structure.
Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley, Indus River Valley, Huanghe a…
Chronologically, the first of the five urbanization hearths.…
Chronologically, the second of the five urbanization hearths.…
Urban Morphology
The layout of a city, its physical form and structure.
Urbanization Hearths
Mesopotamia, Nile River Valley, Indus River Valley, Huanghe a…
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
35 terms
AP Human Geography: Chapter 9 Urban Geography
Urbanization
City
First Urban Revolution
r
1) movement from the rural to a town or city, ... 2) expanding c…
considered to be an agglomeration of people and buildings clu…
The innovation of the city ... Needs:... 1) agricultural surplus…
r
Urbanization
1) movement from the rural to a town or city, ... 2) expanding c…
City
considered to be an agglomeration of people and buildings clu…
31 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Concentric Zone Model
Edge City
Exurbanite
Feudal City
Model that describes urban environments as a series of rings…
Cities that are located on the outskirts of larger cities and…
Person who has left the inner city and moved to outlying subu…
Cities that arose during the Middle Ages and that actually re…
Concentric Zone Model
Model that describes urban environments as a series of rings…
Edge City
Cities that are located on the outskirts of larger cities and…
45 terms
AP Human Geography - Urban Geography
morphology
city
urban
agricultural village
the physical layout of a city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
the city and its surrounding environs connected to the city;…
a relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
morphology
the physical layout of a city
city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
45 terms
AP Human Geography - Urban Geography
morphology
city
urban
agricultural village
the physical layout of a city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
the city and its surrounding environs connected to the city;…
a relatively small, egalitarian village, where most of the po…
morphology
the physical layout of a city
city
a conglomeration of people and buildings clustered together t…
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
cities are usually surrounded by suburbs, ares that are less…
Are not self-sufficient and would not exist except for their…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
They are nucleated, with on one or more clear core areas. Peo…
Similarity between cities and towns
Nucleated settlements... Have residential and non-residential fu…
100 terms
AP Human Geography Urban Geography
They are nucleated, with on one or mor…
Nucleated settlements... Have residential…
cities are usually surrounded by subur…
Are not self-sufficient and would not…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Similarity between cities and towns
Difference between cities and towns
Suburbs
They are nucleated, with on one or mor…
Urban Areas/Urbanism
Nucleated settlements... Have residential…
Similarity between cities and towns
73 terms
AP human geography urbanization
what doe CBD stand for?
what is a cbd?
Why would people want to be close to a…
What is Synekism?
central business district
A CBD is the commercial and business center of a city.
people would want to be close to a cbd because many peoples j…
Synekism is basically taking things from one place and adding…
what doe CBD stand for?
central business district
what is a cbd?
A CBD is the commercial and business center of a city.
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