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Cultural Geography Chapter 8
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Europeans built their first New World settlement in Nova Scot…
Nova Scotians have a Scottish heritage. (T/F)
Prince Edward Island has the highest population density of an…
Most Canadians live in the southern strip of the nation. (T/F)
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Europeans built their first New World settlement in Nova Scot…
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Nova Scotians have a Scottish heritage. (T/F)
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World Geography and Cultures, Chapter 8
LESSON 1, vocabulary
Arctic
Scandinavia
Industrial Revolution
...
The cold area at the most northern part of Earth
The five countries of northern Europe: Norway, Sweden, Finlan…
A nonviolent change in the late 1700's that included a great…
LESSON 1, vocabulary
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Arctic
The cold area at the most northern part of Earth
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World Geography- Chapter 8- Aspects of Culture
culture
customs
animism
Hinduism
A total way of life held in common by a group of people, incl…
A way of behaving or a belief that has been established for a…
Belief that objects, such as plants and stones, or natural ev…
A religion and philosophy developed in ancient India, charact…
culture
A total way of life held in common by a group of people, incl…
customs
A way of behaving or a belief that has been established for a…
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Cultural Geography Chapter 8
Maritime
Maritime Province
Capital of Newfoundland
Capital of Nova Scotia
bordering the sea
the four smallest provinces, located in the eastern corner al…
St. John's
Halifax
Maritime
bordering the sea
Maritime Province
the four smallest provinces, located in the eastern corner al…
87 terms
BCS Cultural Geography Chapter 8
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Europeans built their first New World settlement in Nova Scot…
Nova Scotians have a Scottish heritage. (T/F)
Prince Edward Island has the highest population density of an…
Most Canadians live in the southern strip of the nation. (T/F)
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Europeans built their first New World settlement in Nova Scot…
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Nova Scotians have a Scottish heritage. (T/F)
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BJU Cultural Geography chapter 8 review
The Berkshire Hills
Rhode Island
megalopolis
Statue of Liberty
mountain range lies in the New England uplands.
was founded by Roger Williams.
A sprawling urban area made up of many different cities is a
is a famous monument in the Middle Atlantic states would you…
The Berkshire Hills
mountain range lies in the New England uplands.
Rhode Island
was founded by Roger Williams.
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Cultural Geography - Chapter 8
Halifax
Britain
the Inuit
a taiga
The largest city, port, and industrial area in the Maritime P…
Who won the Seven Years' War ?
Nunavut is a territory set aside for who ?
A high latitude evergreen forest.
Halifax
The largest city, port, and industrial area in the Maritime P…
Britain
Who won the Seven Years' War ?
Cultural Geography - Chapter 8
Halifax
Britain
Inuit
taiga
The largest city, port, and industrial area in the Maritime P…
Who won the Seven Years' War ?
Nunavut is a territory set aside for who ?
A high latitude evergreen forest.
Halifax
The largest city, port, and industrial area in the Maritime P…
Britain
Who won the Seven Years' War ?
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cultural geography chapter 8
How many of the thirteen colonies are…
Which state is the largest from the Ne…
Which state is known as the "Garden St…
What agreement was made for the first…
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Maine
New Jersey
Mayflower Compact
How many of the thirteen colonies are…
9
Which state is the largest from the Ne…
Maine
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World Geography: Chapter 8 Aspects of Culture
Culture
Customs
Animism
Hinduism
Refers to a people's way of life. It includes how people meet…
Things people usually do, such as how they dress, the foods t…
The belief that many things in nature have their own spirit.…
A very ancient religion. It teaches its disciples that the pr…
Culture
Refers to a people's way of life. It includes how people meet…
Customs
Things people usually do, such as how they dress, the foods t…
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Cultural Geography Chapter 8
New England uplands
Timberline
Alpine zone
White Mountains
Low, rocky plateau that rises above the coast
Altitude of a mountain system at and above which trees do not…
Zone above the timberline that is too cold for trees to grow
Mountain range dominating northern New Hampshire
New England uplands
Low, rocky plateau that rises above the coast
Timberline
Altitude of a mountain system at and above which trees do not…
Cultural Geography Chapter 8
Conneticut
Delaware
Maine
Maryland
Hardford
Dover
Augusta
Annapolis
Conneticut
Hardford
Delaware
Dover
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Cultural Geography Chapter 8
Anocracy
Autocracy
Balance Of Power
Boundary
a country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
a country that is run according to the interest of the ruler…
a condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
an invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
Anocracy
a country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
Autocracy
a country that is run according to the interest of the ruler…
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Cultural Geography Chapter 8
What country has the second-largest la…
What Canadian province was named becau…
What Canadian province citizens are ma…
What is the tiny island in the Gulf of…
Canada
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Prince Edward Island (PEI)
What country has the second-largest la…
Canada
What Canadian province was named becau…
Nova Scotia
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Cultural Geography - Chapter 8
Low, rocky plateau between the New Eng…
Potato-producing valley in Maine
The megalopolis of the Northeast
The Constitution State
New England Upland
Aroostook Valley
New York
Connecticut
Low, rocky plateau between the New Eng…
New England Upland
Potato-producing valley in Maine
Aroostook Valley
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Chapter 8: World Cultures and Geography
West Indies
dependency
mulattos
ladinos
Haiti and the islands in the Caribbean Sea; includes 13 natio…
a place governed by or closely connected with another country
people of mixed African and European ancestry
people of mixed European and Native American ancestry
West Indies
Haiti and the islands in the Caribbean Sea; includes 13 natio…
dependency
a place governed by or closely connected with another country
BJU Cultural Geography Chapter 8
Maritime
Taiga
Newfoundland
Labrador
bordering the sea.
high-latitude evergreen forests
Originally settled by Vikings in AD 1000, but later settled b…
peninsula on the mainland that is cold year round. Apart of N…
Maritime
bordering the sea.
Taiga
high-latitude evergreen forests
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bju Cultural Geography chapter 8
maritime
Newfoundland
Grand Banks
Labrador
means "bordering the sea"
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
the place in which the cod-fishing industry reigned as king f…
the peninsula that is cold year-round
maritime
means "bordering the sea"
Newfoundland
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
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Bob Jones Cultural Geography - Chapter 8
Most Canadians live in the southern st…
Canadians LOVE the cultural diversity…
ONTARIO's people have a strong BRITISH…
Canada retains the British monarch (Qu…
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
Most Canadians live in the southern st…
TRUE
Canadians LOVE the cultural diversity…
TRUE
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Rubenstein; The Cultural Landscape; Chapter 8 (Political Geography) Vocabulary (#APHG)
Political Geography
Geopolitics
Nation
State
the spatial study of the organization and distribution of pol…
the study of the influence of such factors as geography, econ…
a group of people with unifying cultural characteristics and…
this is an area organized into a political unit and ruled by…
Political Geography
the spatial study of the organization and distribution of pol…
Geopolitics
the study of the influence of such factors as geography, econ…
bju cultural geography chapter 8
Canada, the US, and Mexico
Canada
Canada
Canada and the US
the north American continent is made up of what three countries
has the second largest land area in the world
is the longest unfortified border in the world
are the richest and most industrialized nations in the wester…
Canada, the US, and Mexico
the north American continent is made up of what three countries
Canada
has the second largest land area in the world
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TCU Cultural Geography Chapter 8
agriculture
agricultural region
swidden cultivation
intercropping
the cultivation of domesticated crops and the raising of dome…
a geographic region defined by a distinctive combination of p…
type of agriculture characterized by land rotation in which t…
the practice of growing two or more different types of crops…
agriculture
the cultivation of domesticated crops and the raising of dome…
agricultural region
a geographic region defined by a distinctive combination of p…
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The Cultural Landscape - Chapter 8: Political Geography
Anocracy
Autocracy
Balance of Power
Boundary
A country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
A country that is run according to the interests of the ruler…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory.
Anocracy
A country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
Autocracy
A country that is run according to the interests of the ruler…
Chapter 8 Vocabulary-World Cultural Geography
cordillera
altiplano
escarpment
llano
parallel chains or ranges of mounutains
Spanish for "high plain", a region in Peru and Bolivia encirc…
steep cliff or slope between a higher and lower land surface
fertile plains in inland areas of Colombia and Venezuela
cordillera
parallel chains or ranges of mounutains
altiplano
Spanish for "high plain", a region in Peru and Bolivia encirc…
bju press Cultural Geography Chapter 8
maritime
Newfoundland
Grand Banks
Labrador
means "bordering the sea"
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
the place in which the cod-fishing industry reigned as king f…
the peninsula that is cold year-round
maritime
means "bordering the sea"
Newfoundland
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
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BCS Cultural Geography Chapter 8
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Europeans built their first New World settlement in Nova Scot…
Nova Scotians have a Scottish heritage. (T/F)
Prince Edward Island has the highest population density of an…
Most Canadians live in the southern strip of the nation. (T/F)
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Europeans built their first New World settlement in Nova Scot…
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Nova Scotians have a Scottish heritage. (T/F)
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BJU Cultural Geography Chapter 8 - Canada
Canadian Shield
taiga
Quebec City
Montreal
solid mass of hard rock that covers most of eastern Canada
coniferous forests
capital and second largest city of the Quebec province
largest city and commercial center in the Quebec province
Canadian Shield
solid mass of hard rock that covers most of eastern Canada
taiga
coniferous forests
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chapter 8 the influence of geography on culture
valley
location
isolated
spread
lower
place or position
far away from
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valley
lower
location
place or position
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cultural geography honors chapter 8
what are some examples of push factors
what are some examples of pull factors
what is the difference between push an…
What are the three ways of immigration
war, poverty, discrimination, and famine
freedom and opportunities; better life
push factor(forced to go)- something that encourages people t…
1. east and south 2. west and north 3. latin america and asia
what are some examples of push factors
war, poverty, discrimination, and famine
what are some examples of pull factors
freedom and opportunities; better life
AP Human Geography: People, Place and Culture Chapter 8
Political geography
state
territoriality
sovereignty
a subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and im…
A politically organized territory that is administered by a s…
In political geography, a country's or more local community's…
A principle of international relations that holds that final…
Political geography
a subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and im…
state
A politically organized territory that is administered by a s…
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bju press Cultural Geography Chapter 8
maritime
Newfoundland
Grand Banks
Labrador
means "bordering the sea
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
the place in which the cod-fishing industry reigned as king f…
the peninsula that is cold year-round
maritime
means "bordering the sea
Newfoundland
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
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GVHS AP Human Geography (The Cultural Landscape-Rubenstein) Vocabulary Chapter 8
balance of power
boundary/border
city-state
colonialism
condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
a sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose…
balance of power
condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
boundary/border
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
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The Cultural Landscape - Chapter 8: Political Geography - Vocabulary
Anocracy
Autocracy
Balance of power
Boundary
A country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
A country that is run according to the interests of the ruler…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
Anocracy
A country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
Autocracy
A country that is run according to the interests of the ruler…
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AP Human Geography (The Cultural Landscape/Ruberstein) - Chapter 8 Key Terms
balance of power
Berlin Conference
boundary
city-state
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
The meeting of European powers in 1884-85 resulting in the Be…
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory.
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
balance of power
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Berlin Conference
The meeting of European powers in 1884-85 resulting in the Be…
55 terms
the cultural landscape : chapter 8 (political geography) (Meehan)
state
sovereignity
united nations
Times when UN membership increased rap…
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
A state has _______, which means independence from control of…
- Created at end of World War II to serve the role of a facil…
1. 1955: 16 mostly European countries joined as a result of t…
state
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
sovereignity
A state has _______, which means independence from control of…
BJU Cultural Geography chapter 8 terms
New England Uplands
Timber line
Alpine zone
White Mountains
A low rocky plateau that rises above the coast
The altitude climate is too cold for trees
The zone above the timber line which is like the Alps
The Northern part of New Hampshire which are known for their…
New England Uplands
A low rocky plateau that rises above the coast
Timber line
The altitude climate is too cold for trees
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The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography Chapter 8 Key Terms
balance of power
Berlin Conference
boundary
city-state
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
The meeting of European powers in 1884-85 resulting in the Be…
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory.
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
balance of power
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Berlin Conference
The meeting of European powers in 1884-85 resulting in the Be…
21 terms
Honors Cultural Geography (Chapter 8)
Emigrate
Immigrate
Migration Stream
Pull Factor
To move from a country
To move to a country
The constant flow of migrants from one country into another c…
Something that encourages people to move to a new place
Emigrate
To move from a country
Immigrate
To move to a country
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Chapter 8 Key Terms Cultural Geography
Agglomeration
Bid-Rent Curve
Blockbusting
Central Business District
The spatial clustering of people and economic activities, esp…
Graph that shows the amount a bidder (e.g., a business or ind…
Using scare tactics and panic selling to promote the rapid tr…
The part of downtown where major office and retail businesses…
Agglomeration
The spatial clustering of people and economic activities, esp…
Bid-Rent Curve
Graph that shows the amount a bidder (e.g., a business or ind…
19 terms
AP Human Geography: Chapter 8- The Cultural Landscape
Balance of power
Boundary
City-state
Colonialism
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
Attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose…
Balance of power
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Boundary
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
AP Human Geography: Chapter 8- The Cultural Landscape
Balance of power
Boundary
City-state
Colonialism
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
Attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose…
Balance of power
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Boundary
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
41 terms
AP Human Geography: Chapter 8- The Cultural Landscape
Balance of power
Boundary
City-state
Colonialism
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
Attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose…
Balance of power
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Boundary
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
cultural geography honors chapter 8
examples of push factors
examples of pull factors
difference between push and pull factors
three ways of immigration
war, poverty, discrimination, and famine
freedom and opportunities; better life
push factor(forced to go)- something that encourages people t…
1. east and south 2. west and north 3. latin america and asia
examples of push factors
war, poverty, discrimination, and famine
examples of pull factors
freedom and opportunities; better life
bju press Cultural Geography Chapter 8
maritime
Newfoundland
Grand Banks
Labrador
means "bordering the sea
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
the place in which the cod-fishing industry reigned as king f…
the peninsula that is cold year-round
maritime
means "bordering the sea
Newfoundland
In 1964, this province officially adopted the name "_________…
25 terms
Human Geography: The Cultural Landscape chapter 8
Balance of Power
Boundary
City-state
Colonialism
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
Attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose…
Balance of Power
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Boundary
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
AP Geography: The Cultural Landscape chapter 8 vocab
Balance of power
Boundary
City-state
Colonialism
condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
a sovereign state compromising a city and its immediate hinte…
attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose…
Balance of power
condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Boundary
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
26 terms
AP Human Geography: The Cultural Landscape, Chapter 8
anocracy
autocracy
balance of power
boundary
a country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
a country that is run according to the interests of the ruler…
a condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
an invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
anocracy
a country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
autocracy
a country that is run according to the interests of the ruler…
41 terms
AP Human Geography: People, Place and Culture Chapter 8
Political geography
state
territoriality
sovereignty
a subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and im…
A politically organized territory that is administered by a s…
In political geography, a country's or more local community's…
A principle of international relations that holds that final…
Political geography
a subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and im…
state
A politically organized territory that is administered by a s…
31 terms
The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography Chapter 8 Key Terms
balance of power
Berlin Conference
boundary
city-state
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
The meeting of European powers in 1884-85 resulting in the Be…
Invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory.
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
balance of power
Condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Berlin Conference
The meeting of European powers in 1884-85 resulting in the Be…
AP Geography: The Cultural Landscape chapter 8 vocab
Balance of power
Boundary
City-state
Colonialism
condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
a sovereign state compromising a city and its immediate hinte…
attempt by one country to establish settlements and to impose…
Balance of power
condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countrie…
Boundary
invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
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