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AP Human Geography: Political Geography
Antecedent Boundary
Balance of Power
Boundary
Buffer State
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A neutral state between two warring states (e.g. Mongolia, be…
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
Ap human geography political geography
Annexation
Allocational/resource boundary dispute
Antarctica
Antecedent boundary
the formal act of acquiring something (especially territory)…
Dispute over location and resources
No one owns it
a boundary that existed before the cultural landscape emerged…
Annexation
the formal act of acquiring something (especially territory)…
Allocational/resource boundary dispute
Dispute over location and resources
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AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Balance of Power
Boundary
Buffer State
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A neutral state between two warring states (e.g. Mongolia, be…
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
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AP Human Geography Chapter 8: Political Geography
Balkanization
Apartheid
World Bank
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
Definition: Laws (no longer in effect) in South Africa that p…
an international financial institution that provides loans to…
The lending of massive amounts of money to peripheral and sem…
Balkanization
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
Apartheid
Definition: Laws (no longer in effect) in South Africa that p…
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AP Human Geography- Political Geography
What is a nation?
What is a state?
What is the difference between a natio…
What is a nation-state?
a group of people who share language, history, ethnicity, rel…
a political territory with defined borders, stable population…
A nation either has or wants a state that they control
state with just one group of people in it (ex. Japan and Sing…
What is a nation?
a group of people who share language, history, ethnicity, rel…
What is a state?
a political territory with defined borders, stable population…
AP Human Geography Chapter 8: Political Geography
Balkanization
Apartheid
World Bank
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
Definition: Laws (no longer in effect) in South Africa that p…
an international financial institution that provides loans to…
The lending of massive amounts of money to peripheral and sem…
Balkanization
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
Apartheid
Definition: Laws (no longer in effect) in South Africa that p…
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AP human political geography
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
Natural border
Geometric border
Forces that bind a state together
Forces that destabilize a state
Boundary created by a physical feature
Borders created using lines of longitude & latitude
Centripetal force
Forces that bind a state together
Centrifugal force
Forces that destabilize a state
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Political Geography AP Human Geography
Demarcation boundary
Cultural boundary
Boundary dispute
Consequent boundary
boundary physically marked with steel post, concrete pillars,…
boundaries that mark breaks in the human landscape based on d…
disagreement over territories near a shared boundary
boundary line that coincides with some cultural divide, such…
Demarcation boundary
boundary physically marked with steel post, concrete pillars,…
Cultural boundary
boundaries that mark breaks in the human landscape based on d…
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AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
state
sovereignty
microstates
city-state
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
independence from control of its internal affairs by other st…
states with very small land areas... Ex: Monaco, Andorra, Antigu…
a sovereign state that comprises a town and the surrounding c…
state
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
sovereignty
independence from control of its internal affairs by other st…
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AP Human Geography Chapter 8: Political Geography
Political Geography
State
Territory
Territoriality
A subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and im…
A politically organized territory that is administered by a s…
Area of land controlled by a nation.
In political geography, a country's or more local community's…
Political Geography
A subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and im…
State
A politically organized territory that is administered by a s…
AP Human Geography Vocabulary (Political)
Autonomous Region
Balance of Power
Berlin Conference
Border/Boundary
A region that is self-governing/ subject to its laws only.
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
A meeting from 1884-1885 at which representatives of European…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory.
Autonomous Region
A region that is self-governing/ subject to its laws only.
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
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AP Human Geography (Barrons): Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Balkanization
Centrifugal forces
Centripetal
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
The contentious Political process by which a state may break…
divide a country
unite or bind a country
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balkanization
The contentious Political process by which a state may break…
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AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
Balance of Power
Berlin Conference
Boundary
Buffer State
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
1884-1885, Western powers met to divide Africa into 50 geomet…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A neutral state between two warring states (e.g. Mongolia, be…
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
Berlin Conference
1884-1885, Western powers met to divide Africa into 50 geomet…
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AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
state
sovereignty
microstates
city-state
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
independence from control of its internal affairs by other st…
states with very small land areas... Ex: Monaco, Andorra, Antigu…
a sovereign state that comprises a town and the surrounding c…
state
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
sovereignty
independence from control of its internal affairs by other st…
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AP Human Geography Chapter 8: Political Geography
Political Geography
State
Territory
Territoriality
A subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and im…
A politically organized territory that is administered by a s…
Area of land controlled by a nation.
In political geography, a country's or more local community's…
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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AP Human Geography Political Geography
anocracy
autocracy
balance of power
boundry
a country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
A system of government in which the power to rule is in the h…
distribution of military and economic power that prevents any…
a border, or the outside edge, of a place, such as a city, st…
anocracy
a country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
autocracy
A system of government in which the power to rule is in the h…
AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Balance of Power
Boundary
Buffer State
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A neutral state between two warring states (e.g. Mongolia, be…
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
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AP Human Geography Political Geography
Political Geography
State
Enclave
Exclave
The study of the "political" organization of the world.
~A politically organized territory with a permanent populatio…
A territory whose geographical boundaries lie entirely within…
A territory legally attached to another territory with which…
Political Geography
The study of the "political" organization of the world.
State
~A politically organized territory with a permanent populatio…
AP Human Geography Chapter 8: Political Geography
Autocracy
Anocracy
Warsaw Pact
Boundary
A country that is run according to the ruler rather than the…
A country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
A military agreement among Communist Eastern European countri…
An invisible line marking the end of a state's territory
Autocracy
A country that is run according to the ruler rather than the…
Anocracy
A country that is not fully democratic or fully autocratic, b…
Political Geography AP Human Geography
Demarcation boundary
Cultural boundary
Boundary dispute
Consequent boundary
boundary physically marked with steel post, concrete pillars,…
boundaries that mark breaks in the human landscape based on d…
disagreement over territories near a shared boundary
boundary line that coincides with some cultural divide, such…
Demarcation boundary
boundary physically marked with steel post, concrete pillars,…
Cultural boundary
boundaries that mark breaks in the human landscape based on d…
AP Human Geography: Political Geography
Administration
Allocation Boundary
Antecedent Boundary
Balance of Power
Phase in which the government enforces the boundary it has cr…
Disputes over rights to natural resources (gas, oil, water) (…
Existed before the cultural landscape emerged (e.g., Malaysia…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
Administration
Phase in which the government enforces the boundary it has cr…
Allocation Boundary
Disputes over rights to natural resources (gas, oil, water) (…
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AP Human Geography Political Geography
Gerrymandering
Electoral Geography
Wasted Vote
Excess Vote
Process of redrawing legislative boundaries for the purpose o…
The study of the interactions among space, place and region a…
Spreads the opposition supporters across many districts
Type of gerrymandering that concentrates opposition supporter…
Gerrymandering
Process of redrawing legislative boundaries for the purpose o…
Electoral Geography
The study of the interactions among space, place and region a…
AP Human Geography: Political Geography
Antecedent Boundary
Balance of Power
Boundary
Buffer State
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A neutral state between two warring states (e.g. Mongolia, be…
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Apartheid
Balance of Power
Balkanization
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Physical separation of different races into different geograp…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
The eventual breaking of a multi-ethnic state into many small…
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Apartheid
Physical separation of different races into different geograp…
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AP Human Geography Political Geography Vocabulary
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
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AP Human Geography | Ch 8 Political Geography
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 political geography
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
Natural border
Geometric border
Forces that bind a state together
Forces that destabilize a state
Boundary created by a physical feature
Borders created using lines of longitude & latitude
Centripetal force
Forces that bind a state together
Centrifugal force
Forces that destabilize a state
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AP Human Geography: Chapter 8 Political Geography
Political Geography
State/Country
Territory
Territoriality
• Study of political organization of the world
• politically organized and defined territory with a permanen…
• fixed distinct boundaries and "independent" government
• defining of territory
Political Geography
• Study of political organization of the world
State/Country
• politically organized and defined territory with a permanen…
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Political Geography Vocabulary: AP Human Geography
balance of power
balkanization
boundary
colonies
a condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
an invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
territories that are legally tied to a sovereign state rather…
balance of power
a condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
balkanization
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
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AP Human Geography Political Geography Vocabulary
Boundary
Capitalism
Centrifugal forces
Centripetal forces
A vertical plane that cuts through the rocks below and the ai…
Economic model wherein people, corporations, and states produ…
Forces within a state that divide the people.
Forces within a state that unify the people.
Boundary
A vertical plane that cuts through the rocks below and the ai…
Capitalism
Economic model wherein people, corporations, and states produ…
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Unit 7 Political geography AP Human Geography
Political geography
Territoriality
State
Sovereignty
-the study of human political organization of the earth ... -stu…
-creating ownership over a defined space ... -can be your backya…
-a political unit with a permanent population territorial bou…
- a recognized right right to control a territory both politi…
Political geography
-the study of human political organization of the earth ... -stu…
Territoriality
-creating ownership over a defined space ... -can be your backya…
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AP Human Geography- Political Geography
Balkanization
Berlin Conference of 1884-85
Boundary
Capitalism
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
The conference that decided which European power would contro…
a line that marks the limits of an area. There are many types…
an economic and political system in which a country's trade a…
Balkanization
the process of fragmentation or division of a region or state…
Berlin Conference of 1884-85
The conference that decided which European power would contro…
AP Human Political Geography
Nation
Nation vs. Ethnicity
State
Sovereignty
Tribe, group of people who share common history, common langu…
Nations either have/want their own country- ethnicities not n…
Country, A political territory with:... -defined territories/bou…
-NEVER ABSOLUTE ANYWHERE because not everything can be regula…
Nation
Tribe, group of people who share common history, common langu…
Nation vs. Ethnicity
Nations either have/want their own country- ethnicities not n…
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AP Human Political Geography
Nation
State
Nation-state
Compact State
tightly knit group of people sharing cultural aspects (Ex- Ti…
politically organized territory with a government (normally a…
country whose population possesses a lot of unity and common…
sort of like a circle and the distance from the center to any…
Nation
tightly knit group of people sharing cultural aspects (Ex- Ti…
State
politically organized territory with a government (normally a…
AP Human: Political Geography
Nations
Multinational (multiethnic states)
Nation-State
Nationalism
a population with a single culture. (eg. England, Scotland, W…
States that are made up of different nations represented by t…
Ideal state in which one culture group is represented by a si…
An existing culture group that desires political representati…
Nations
a population with a single culture. (eg. England, Scotland, W…
Multinational (multiethnic states)
States that are made up of different nations represented by t…
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Ch. 8 AP Human Geography (Political Geography)
Al Qaeda
DMZ
Korea
imperialism
A network of Islamic terrorist organizations, led by Osama bi…
De-militarized Zone: The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) along the N…
Country in East Asia divided at the 38th parrallel; the north…
A policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other cou…
Al Qaeda
A network of Islamic terrorist organizations, led by Osama bi…
DMZ
De-militarized Zone: The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) along the N…
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ap human geography political geography
country
nation
state
nation-state
an identifiable land area
a population with a single culture
a population under a single government
a single culture under a single government
country
an identifiable land area
nation
a population with a single culture
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AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Balance of Power
Boundary
Buffer State
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A neutral state between two warring states (e.g. Mongolia, be…
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
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AP Human Geography Political Vocabulary
sovereignty
Centripetal Force
Centrifugal Force
Unitary Style Government
Supreme power or authority
An attitude that tends to unify people and enhance support fo…
a force that divides people and countries
An internal organization of a state that places most power in…
sovereignty
Supreme power or authority
Centripetal Force
An attitude that tends to unify people and enhance support fo…
AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Balance of Power
Boundary
Buffer State
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
An invisible line that marks the extent of a state's territory
A neutral state between two warring states (e.g. Mongolia, be…
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balance of Power
A condition of roughly equal strength between opposing countr…
AP Human Geography: Political Geography Vocabulary Hmmm
state
sovereignty
microstates
city-state
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
independence from control of its internal affairs by other st…
states with very small land areas... Ex: Monaco, Andorra, Antigu…
a sovereign state that comprises a town and the surrounding c…
state
an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an estab…
sovereignty
independence from control of its internal affairs by other st…
AP Human Geography (Barrons): Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Balkanization
Centrifugal forces
Centripetal
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
The contentious Political process by which a state may break…
divide a country
unite or bind a country
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balkanization
The contentious Political process by which a state may break…
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AP Human Geography chapter 8 Political Geography Vocabulary
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 political geography
Centripetal force
Centrifugal force
Natural border
Geometric border
Forces that bind a state together
Forces that destabilize a state
Boundary created by a physical feature
Borders created using lines of longitude & latitude
Centripetal force
Forces that bind a state together
Centrifugal force
Forces that destabilize a state
19 terms
AP Human Geography Chapter 8 Political Geography Vocabulary
balance of power
boundary
city-state
colonialsim
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
AP Human Geography (Barrons): Political Geography Vocabulary
Antecedent Boundary
Balkanization
Centrifugal forces
Centripetal
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
The contentious Political process by which a state may break…
divide a country
unite or bind a country
Antecedent Boundary
A boundary that was drawn across an area prior to the area be…
Balkanization
The contentious Political process by which a state may break…
AP Human - Political Geography Vocabulary
State
Nation
Reapportionment
Gerrymandering
A country.
An ethnic group or a group of close knit people who share a t…
Process by which, Representative districts are switched due t…
Redistricting for political advantage of electoral majority.
State
A country.
Nation
An ethnic group or a group of close knit people who share a t…
AP Human Geography (Political Geography)
Nation
Nation-State
State
Stateless Nation
tightly knit group of people sharing a common language, ethni…
A state whose territory corresponds to that occupied by a par…
An independent political unit with territorial boundaries tha…
A nationality that is not represented by a state. (Ex: Kurds,…
Nation
tightly knit group of people sharing a common language, ethni…
Nation-State
A state whose territory corresponds to that occupied by a par…
107 terms
AP Human Geography / Political Geography
what is an expatriate?
what is a state?
what is an enclave?
what is an exclave?
aka expat; someone who lives outside the country to which the…
an area organized into a political unit; also called a countr…
an area that is completely surrounded by culturally different…
part of a country that is divided or cut off from the rest of…
what is an expatriate?
aka expat; someone who lives outside the country to which the…
what is a state?
an area organized into a political unit; also called a countr…
38 terms
AP Human Geography: Political Geography
world systems theory
women's enfranchisement
Immanuel Wallerstein
USSR Collapse
Wallerstein's economic theory. Commodification-> colonialism-…
women's right to vote
World system theory
the collapse of the USSR because socialism failed economicall…
world systems theory
Wallerstein's economic theory. Commodification-> colonialism-…
women's enfranchisement
women's right to vote
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