Globalization is a process that really accelerated during the ______________ century.
Regions perceived to exist by their inhabitants are called _____________ regions.
Popular culture is considered to have a ____________ rate of diffusion.
Climate, vegetation, terrain, wildlife and soil are all basic components of:
Cultural homogeneity is the hallmark of a ____________ region.
none of hese
Which type of regions display a core-periphery pattern to settlement?
The most reflective landscape of consumption in popular culture is the:
central business district
Photography, literature, television and film often contribute to the creation of:
peripheral place zones
Environmental determinism was a belief that _____________ impacted where culture grew.
The wavelike spread of ideas primarily involves the concept of:
Clearly defined borders are a common feature of a ___________ region.
Detailed knowledge about the environment by traditional cultures is often called
indigenous technical knowledge
Perhaps the most enduring feature of folk culture is:
Active folk cultures would most likely be found in ____________ today.
Japan & Taiwan
the Middle East
The Eiffel tower in Paris is part of the city skyline. This is an example of:
Human Geography is the study of ________________________________ of peoples activity.
Which of the following is not one of the major themes our text uses in Human Geography?
The movement of people, ideas and things outward to a new location is called
Belief that the surrounding physical conditions can be shaped by the inhabiting culture is
Which of the following is mostly likely to resist changing?
The reason hierarchical diffusion is greater in popular culture than folk or indigenous is
Diffusion of people leads to the creation of settlement in ______________ patterns.
none of these
A belief that globalization of economies and countries will homogenize culture is
core/ periphery theory
place/ image theory
The concept of consumer nationalism as practiced by some countries:
has no effect on globalization
The basic difference between folk and popular architecture is the absence of
Which of the following would not be a characteristic found in folk cultures?
Areas inhabited by people with more than one trait in common are called:
When ideas and practices spread through out a population at a rapid rate is called
A repetitive action by an individual is a
Popular culture spreads faster and has a greater impact on the wider world because:
richer and higher levels of education are available
modern forms of transportation and communication
more efficient uses of natural resources
One of the greatest negative impacts of popular is
changing styles and tastes
Further one goes from the point of introduction of change the less the impact explains:
time/ distance decay
Ecofeminism or Gendered nature theorists believe that women are:
more suited to caring for the environment
less suited for caring for the environment
The repetitive action of a group over an extended period of time is called a
The combination of different forms of media that color our perception is known as:
A cultural belief that is shaped by choices or opportunities available is called:
humans as modifiers of Earth
Which of the following would not be a characteristic of popular culture?
The convergence hypothesis is related to the theme of geography ______________
One of the greatest challenges to globalization in many countries is
The greatest challenge for subsistence economies becoming commercial economies is
the lack of available resources to be used in production
the ecological and societal impact they have
the loss of control of environmental factors
all of the above