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Economic- AP Human Geography
Brandt Line
BRICS
NICs
comparative advantage
Line that defines the North-South divide
Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa
Newly Industrialized Countries Same as BRICS
The ability of a country to produce a good at a lower cost th…
Brandt Line
Line that defines the North-South divide
BRICS
Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa
Economics AP HUMAN Vocab
commodity chain
context
dependency theory
desertification
series of links connecting the many places of production and…
the geographical situation in which something occurs; the com…
a structuralist theory that offers a critique of the moderniz…
the enroachment of desert conditions on moister zones along t…
commodity chain
series of links connecting the many places of production and…
context
the geographical situation in which something occurs; the com…
29 terms
AP Human Geo. Economics
Colonialism
Imperialism
Nationalism
Motives for imperialism
A colonizer takes over anither place, putting its own governm…
Continuation of a colonial empire even after it is no longer…
Pride in one's country
1. Industrial revolution created a great demand for cheap raw…
Colonialism
A colonizer takes over anither place, putting its own governm…
Imperialism
Continuation of a colonial empire even after it is no longer…
43 terms
ap human economics notes
primary sector jobs percentage
what do Third World countries have in…
what are other names for Third World c…
secondary jobs examples
3%
hunting and gathering, nomadic herding, mining, fishing, fore…
underdeveloped and periphery
construction, shipbuilding, automobile production, textile pr…
primary sector jobs percentage
3%
what do Third World countries have in…
hunting and gathering, nomadic herding, mining, fishing, fore…
80 terms
AP Human: Industry and Economics
Industry
Linkages
National Will
industrial revolution
Manufacturing/secondary sector
Infrastructure that connects two cities/companies
how a country wants its economy to look and how willing the p…
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Industry
Manufacturing/secondary sector
Linkages
Infrastructure that connects two cities/companies
20 terms
AP Human Geo - Economic
agribusiness
commercial agriculture economy
desertification
domestication
set of economic and political relationships that organize foo…
all agricultural activity generated for the purpose of sellin…
the process by which formerly fertile lands become increasing…
the conscious manipulation of plant and animal species by hum…
agribusiness
set of economic and political relationships that organize foo…
commercial agriculture economy
all agricultural activity generated for the purpose of sellin…
33 terms
AP human geo: economics
HDI (human development index)
GDP
GNP
primary sector
created by the united nations... recognizes that a country's lev…
Gross domestic product ... the value of the total output of good…
-Gross national product... -value of whats produced by enterpris…
workers in this sector directly extract materials from earth…
HDI (human development index)
created by the united nations... recognizes that a country's lev…
GDP
Gross domestic product ... the value of the total output of good…
34 terms
Ap human geography: economics
commodity chain
developing
gross national product (GPN)
gross domestic product (GDP)
Series of links connecting the many places of production and…
With respect to a country, making progress in technology, pro…
The total value of all goods and services produced by a count…
The total value of all goods and services produced within a c…
commodity chain
Series of links connecting the many places of production and…
developing
With respect to a country, making progress in technology, pro…
32 terms
AP HUMAN ECONOMIC 2
industrialization
industrialized countries
least cost theory
least developed countries
process of industrial development in which countries evolve e…
countries at the forefront of industrial production and innov…
concept developed by Alfred Weber to describe the optimal loc…
countries that have low levels of economic productivity, low…
industrialization
process of industrial development in which countries evolve e…
industrialized countries
countries at the forefront of industrial production and innov…
29 terms
AP HUMAN ECONOMIC
agglomeration
ancillary activities
anthropocentric
backwash effect
grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
economic activities that surround and support large scale ind…
human centered; ideas that focus on needs of people without c…
negative effects on one region that result from economic grow…
agglomeration
grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
ancillary activities
economic activities that surround and support large scale ind…
AP Human Economic Geo
agglomeration diseconomies
agglomeration effects
ancillary industries
autarky
The negative economic effects of urbanization and the local c…
The cost advantages (external economies) for an individual co…
those which manufacture parts and components to be used by la…
economic independence, self-sufficiency
agglomeration diseconomies
The negative economic effects of urbanization and the local c…
agglomeration effects
The cost advantages (external economies) for an individual co…
14 terms
AP Human Vocab Economic
World Systems Theory
Rostow model
Weber model
Gross domestic product (GDP)
Theory originated by Immanuel Wallerstein in illuminated by h…
According to the Rostow modernization model, each stage is a…
Leaning heavily on work developed by relatively unknown Wilhe…
The total value of all goods and services produced within a c…
World Systems Theory
Theory originated by Immanuel Wallerstein in illuminated by h…
Rostow model
According to the Rostow modernization model, each stage is a…
51 terms
AP Human-Economic
Industrial revolution
Cottage industry
Brick-and-mortar industry
Primary vs. secondary industrial locat…
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Manufacturing based in homes rather than in a factory, common…
industry with actual stores in which trade or retail occurs;…
...
Industrial revolution
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Cottage industry
Manufacturing based in homes rather than in a factory, common…
36 terms
AP Human Economics
Brandt Line
BRICS
NICs
Comparative advantage
an imaginary division that has provided a rough way of dividi…
an acronym for an association of five major emerging national…
newly industrialized countries
being able to produce something at a lower cost to the economy
Brandt Line
an imaginary division that has provided a rough way of dividi…
BRICS
an acronym for an association of five major emerging national…
22 terms
AP Human Geography Economics
Geography of Supply
Geography of Demand
Quaternary Sector
Tertiary Sector
Costs vary place to place because of cost of production(raw m…
Markets vary spatially(Wealth, population, and preference of…
Managers who don't answer to anyone(CEO's), or researchers. (…
People who sell goods or provide services
Geography of Supply
Costs vary place to place because of cost of production(raw m…
Geography of Demand
Markets vary spatially(Wealth, population, and preference of…
12 terms
AP human economics and industry
Agglomeration (industries and business)
Assembly line
Brandt line
Break-of-bulk point
The clustering of similar industries or businesses together,…
A series of workers and machines in a factory by which a succ…
An imaginary division that has provided a rough way of dividi…
A location where transfer is possible from one of transportat…
Agglomeration (industries and business)
The clustering of similar industries or businesses together,…
Assembly line
A series of workers and machines in a factory by which a succ…
38 terms
AP Human Geo - Unit 9 - Economics
What is economics?
What is a market?
What is money?
What is a Market Economy?
The processes that govern the production, distribution and co…
Any institution of exchange or transactions. There are two ty…
Any medium of exchange that represents capital.
The type of economy that every country in the world wants to…
What is economics?
The processes that govern the production, distribution and co…
What is a market?
Any institution of exchange or transactions. There are two ty…
48 terms
AP Human Geography Economics Unit
industry
manufacturing
heavy manufacturing
light manufacturing
distinct groups of economic activities
one kind of industrial activity that involves the physical or…
fabrication of items such as steel, nuclear fuel, chemical pr…
includes activities related to the assembly of clothing or sm…
industry
distinct groups of economic activities
manufacturing
one kind of industrial activity that involves the physical or…
AP Human Geography Economics Terms
Agglomeration
Ancillary Activities
Backwash Effect
Break of Bulk Point
Companies of the same expertise cooperating together for infr…
Economic events that support large industries. EX- food servi…
The growth of one region resulting in negative effects in the…
Breaking up larger shipments into smaller containers to deliv…
Agglomeration
Companies of the same expertise cooperating together for infr…
Ancillary Activities
Economic events that support large industries. EX- food servi…
AP Human Geography Economic Geog
Agglomeration Economies
Comparative Advantage
Deglomeration
Fixed Costs
the savings accrued from shared facilities
each new firm added to the agglomeration will lead to further…
the relocation of firms to more isolated areas when costs of…
costs that are relatively unaffected in their amount or relat…
Agglomeration Economies
the savings accrued from shared facilities
Comparative Advantage
each new firm added to the agglomeration will lead to further…
AP Human Geography- Economic Geography
Economic Geography
Cottage Industry
Economy of Scale
Productivity Comparison
The study of how populations make a living
Workers worked out of their home to meet the supply and deman…
Refers to the savings a producer incurs by producing larger a…
Workers in more developed countries are more productive than…
Economic Geography
The study of how populations make a living
Cottage Industry
Workers worked out of their home to meet the supply and deman…
61 terms
AP Human Geography: Economic Geography
Agglomeration
Ancillary activities
Anthropocentric
Backwash effect
grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
human-centered; in sustainable development, anthropocentric r…
the negative effects on one region that result from economic…
Agglomeration
grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Ancillary activities
economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
60 terms
AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY - Economic Geography
agglomeration
ancillary activities
anthropocentric
backwash effect
the grouping together of many companies of the same industry
basic economic activities (ie: food and shipping) that suppor…
human-centered; focusing on the needs of humans and ignoring…
as one region gains economically, another region loses econom…
agglomeration
the grouping together of many companies of the same industry
ancillary activities
basic economic activities (ie: food and shipping) that suppor…
51 terms
NV APES - Friedland Human Population, Economics, and Sustainability
demography
demographer
immigration
emigration
Study of human populations and population trends.
A scientist in the field of demography.
Movement of people into a country or region, from another cou…
Movement of people out of a country or region.
demography
Study of human populations and population trends.
demographer
A scientist in the field of demography.
28 terms
AP Human Geography Economics and Industry
Agglomeration Economies
Comparative Advantage
Deglomeration
Fixed Costs
the savings accrued from shared facilities
each new firm added to the agglomeration will lead to further…
the relocation of firms to more isolated areas when costs of…
costs that are relatively unaffected in their amount or relat…
Agglomeration Economies
the savings accrued from shared facilities
Comparative Advantage
each new firm added to the agglomeration will lead to further…
61 terms
AP Human Geography UNIT 5: Economic Geography
Agglomeration
Ancillary Activities
Anthropocentric
Backwash Effect
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Economic activities that surround and support large scale ind…
Human-centered, in sustainable development, anthropocentric r…
The negative effects on one region that result from economic…
Agglomeration
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Ancillary Activities
Economic activities that surround and support large scale ind…
Ap Human- Industrialization and Economic Development
growth of manufacturing activity in an…
as industrialization occurs, the numbe…
system of production, consumption, and…
activities revolve around getting raw…
industrialization
decreases
economy
primary sector of the economy
growth of manufacturing activity in an…
industrialization
as industrialization occurs, the numbe…
decreases
AP Human Geography Chapter 9 Economic Development
agglomeration economies
basic industries
non-basic industries
Brandt Line
Economy in which like things are put together to their benefi…
Industries that sell their products or services primarily to…
Industries that sell their products primarily to consumers in…
divides the more developed north from the less developed south
agglomeration economies
Economy in which like things are put together to their benefi…
basic industries
Industries that sell their products or services primarily to…
61 terms
AP Human Geography - Chapter 5: Economic Geography
agglomeration
ancillary activities
anthropocentric
backwash effect
grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
human-centered; in sustainable development, this refers to id…
the negative effects on one region that result from economic…
agglomeration
grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
ancillary activities
economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
28 terms
Ap Human Geography Chapter 9: Economic Development
Agglomeration Economies
Basic/Non-Basic Industries
Brandt Line
Comparative Advantage
Savings which arise from the concentration of industries in u…
Industries that sell their products or services primarily to…
a line that divides the North and the South. It shows the div…
A situation in which a country, individual, company or region…
Agglomeration Economies
Savings which arise from the concentration of industries in u…
Basic/Non-Basic Industries
Industries that sell their products or services primarily to…
Ap Human Geography Chapter 9: Economic Development
Agglomeration Economies
Basic/Non-Basic Industries
Brandt Line
Comparative Advantage
Savings which arise from the concentration of industries in u…
Industries that sell their products or services primarily to…
a line that divides the North and the South. It shows the div…
A situation in which a country, individual, company or region…
Agglomeration Economies
Savings which arise from the concentration of industries in u…
Basic/Non-Basic Industries
Industries that sell their products or services primarily to…
AP Human Geography Vocabulary (Economic Development)
Brandt Line
BRICS/NICS
Comparative Advantage
Core-Periphery Concept
Divides the more developed north from the less developed south.
Brazil, Russia, India, and China are the four fast-growing ma…
A situation in which a country, individual, company, or regio…
A model that describes how economic, political, and/or cultur…
Brandt Line
Divides the more developed north from the less developed south.
BRICS/NICS
Brazil, Russia, India, and China are the four fast-growing ma…
Ap human industrialization/economic development
what is the study of how people produc…
what did karl marx do
what are the 3 factors of HDI
which region has the highest HDI among…
economics
wrote "the communist manifesto" and founded communism
standard of living; long healthy life; access to knowledge
latin america
what is the study of how people produc…
economics
what did karl marx do
wrote "the communist manifesto" and founded communism
35 terms
AP Human Geography Unit 9, Economic Development
Brandt Line
BRICS
NICs
comparative advantage
divides the more developed north from the less developed south.
Brazil, Russia, India, and China, slower and steadier growth…
newly industrialized countries that are experiencing rapid ec…
the ability of an individual, firm, or country to produce a g…
Brandt Line
divides the more developed north from the less developed south.
BRICS
Brazil, Russia, India, and China, slower and steadier growth…
68 terms
AP Human economic geography vocab
agglomeration (industry,business)
assembly line
brandt line
break-of-bulk point
the clustering of similar industries or businesses together,…
a series of workers and machines in a factory by which a succ…
an imaginary division that has provided a rough way of dividi…
a location where transfer is possible from one of transportat…
agglomeration (industry,business)
the clustering of similar industries or businesses together,…
assembly line
a series of workers and machines in a factory by which a succ…
9 terms
AP HUMAN GEO ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
Development
(least inclusive) Gross Domestic Produ…
Gross National Product (GNP)
(most inclusive) Gross National Income…
making progress in technology, production, and socio-economic…
includes the total of goods and services produced within the…
includes the total of goods and services produced within the…
includes the total of goods and services produced within the…
Development
making progress in technology, production, and socio-economic…
(least inclusive) Gross Domestic Produ…
includes the total of goods and services produced within the…
45 terms
Ap Human Geography Industrial & Economic Development
Industrial Revolution
Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM)
Gender-related Development Index (GDI)
Human Development Index (HDI)
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Compares the ability of men and women to participate in econo…
Compares the level of development of women with that of both…
Created by the United Nations to recognize a country's level…
Industrial Revolution
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM)
Compares the ability of men and women to participate in econo…
5 terms
AP Human Geo (Economic Development)
Agglomeration
Brandt line
BRICS
NICs
A geoup of businesses working together in a specific area
Line dividing the northern hemisphere MDCs from the Southern…
Fastest growing industrial countries NICs (Brazil, Russia, In…
Countries that are starting the industrialization process. (N…
Agglomeration
A geoup of businesses working together in a specific area
Brandt line
Line dividing the northern hemisphere MDCs from the Southern…
31 terms
AP Human Geography Economic Industry & Services
Industrialization
Tertiary
Primary
Secondary
Process of employing mechanized manufacturing methods, often…
Generally referred to as "services," this sector of economic…
Industry engaged in withdrawing resources directly from the e…
Economic activity designed to make things; manufacturing. Sec…
Industrialization
Process of employing mechanized manufacturing methods, often…
Tertiary
Generally referred to as "services," this sector of economic…
9 terms
AP Human Geography: Economic Geography
Break of bulk point
Agglomeration
Deglomeration
Footloose firms
A place like port where large shipments are broken into small…
Where company decides to set up shop. Example: Silicon Valley…
Firms that leave because of high prices and competition. Exam…
A firm that can open anywhere. Example: Coca-Cola Company
Break of bulk point
A place like port where large shipments are broken into small…
Agglomeration
Where company decides to set up shop. Example: Silicon Valley…
56 terms
AP Human Geo Economic Geography
Sectors
Primary Production
Secondary production
Tertiary Production
The economy can be divided into different categories known as…
Includes agriculture, mining, energy, forestry, and fisheries…
Includes the processing of the raw materials drawn from the p…
Includes the transportation, wholesaling, and retailing of fi…
Sectors
The economy can be divided into different categories known as…
Primary Production
Includes agriculture, mining, energy, forestry, and fisheries…
AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY - Economic Geography
agglomeration
ancillary activities
anthropocentric
backwash effect
the grouping together of many companies of the same industry
basic economic activities (ie: food and shipping) that suppor…
human-centered; focusing on the needs of humans and ignoring…
as one region gains economically, another region loses econom…
agglomeration
the grouping together of many companies of the same industry
ancillary activities
basic economic activities (ie: food and shipping) that suppor…
22 terms
AP Human Geography: Economic Geography
Economic Geography
Primary Activities
Secondary Activities
Tertiary Activities
the study of people's livelihoods, how livelihood systems var…
- agriculture... - Gathering industries... - extractive industries
- manufacturing ... - processing ... - construction... - power product…
- retail and wholesale trade ... - personal and professional ser…
Economic Geography
the study of people's livelihoods, how livelihood systems var…
Primary Activities
- agriculture... - Gathering industries... - extractive industries
AP Human Geo Economic Geography
Agglomeratioon
Ancillary Activities
Anthropocentric
Backwash effect
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
Human centered... Backwash effect
The negative effects on one region that result from economic…
Agglomeratioon
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Ancillary Activities
Economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
61 terms
AP Human Geography: Economic Geography
Agglomeration
Ancillary activities
Anthropocentric
Backwash effect
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
Human-centered; in sustainable development, anthropocentric r…
The negative effects on one region that result from economic…
Agglomeration
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Ancillary activities
Economic activities that surround and support large-scale ind…
80 terms
AP Human Geography- Economic Geography
Technology, energy consumption, and en…
Energy resources
Non renewable Energy
Renewable Energy
Individual energy use over time: 3,000 kcal/ per person in pr…
-Non-renewable energy source... -Renewable energy source
Coal, Oil, Natural Gas... Nuclear Power/Uranium
Solar, wind, Hydroelectric
Technology, energy consumption, and en…
Individual energy use over time: 3,000 kcal/ per person in pr…
Energy resources
-Non-renewable energy source... -Renewable energy source
19 terms
AP Human Geography (Economic Development
Economy
Sectors
Primary production
Secondary production
A system of production, distribution, and consumption in a re…
The economy can be broken down into different sectors, or cat…
Extracting natural resources from the earth
Processing raw materials from the primary sector
Economy
A system of production, distribution, and consumption in a re…
Sectors
The economy can be broken down into different sectors, or cat…
33 terms
AP Human Geo (Economic Geography)
Agglomeration
Ancillary Activities
Anthropocentric
Backwash Effect
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Economies activities that surround and support large-scale in…
Human centered; in sustainable development, anthropocentric r…
The negative effects on one region that result from economic…
Agglomeration
Grouping together of many firms from the same industry in a s…
Ancillary Activities
Economies activities that surround and support large-scale in…
50 terms
AP Human Geography Economic Geography
Industrial Revolution
Specialty goods
Cottage industries
Fordism
Technological and economic changes that arose in England duri…
Assembled individually or in small quantities
Home based industries
The perfection of standardized mass production
Industrial Revolution
Technological and economic changes that arose in England duri…
Specialty goods
Assembled individually or in small quantities
18 terms
AP Human Geo Industry and Economics
Four Industrial Clusters
Four Asian Tigers
Weberian Analysis (Least Cost Theory)
Agglomeration
North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, East Asia
Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore
The best location for an industry minimizes the costs of tran…
Spatial concentration of people and infrastructure related to…
Four Industrial Clusters
North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, East Asia
Four Asian Tigers
Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore
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