AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY NAME: UNIT 1 OUTLINE REVIEW QUESTIONS LANE / SALVATORE CH 1 1. Geography brings a ____________ perspective to questions raised within other Social Science Disciplines. A. Patterned B. Spatial C. Environmental D. Absolute 2. What are the 5 themes of Geography? _________________ ______________________ _______________________ _________________________ ________________________ 3. The material character of a place, be it human, natural, or other tangible objects, that give a place a particular form is called A. location theory B. regional science C. spatial perspective D. landscape 4. What is the most powerful tool of the geographer, and what are some uses of this tool? 5. What is the difference between absolute location and relative location? 6. A mental map is also referred to as a _______________ map. 7. Maps demonstrate a vital rule of geography, which is: 8. Literally translated (in Greek), geography means what? 9. The spread of ideas or knowledge from their origins to where they are adopted is called A. reproduction B distribution C. diffusion pattern 10. Describe the 3 types of Regions 1._______________or_________________= 2. ________________or________________= 3. ________________or________________= 11. Features tending to be concentrated in particular areas on the Earth’s surface describes which theme of Geography? A. Location B. Place C. Region D. Movement E. Human-Environment CH 2 12. A single attribute of a culture is referred to as a A. culture complex B. culture trait C. culture realm D. cultural hearth 13. Jazz music being founded and developed in New Orleans, LA is an example of A. diffusion B. perception C. environmental determinism D. hearth 14. Cultural Diffusion – >>>Relocation Diffusion – >>>Expansion Diffusion – >>>Contagious – >>>Hierarchical – 15. Name any 5 perceptual regions of the USA. 16. A weaker culture’s total adoption of a dominant culture is called A. assimilation B. transculturation C. acculturation D. relocation 17. What are the differences between environmental determinism and possibilism? 18. Being concerned with the environmental consequences of dominant political-economic arrangements and understandings is called A. environmental determinism B. political ecology C. independent invention D. migrant diffusion CH 3 19. What factors occurred which allowed humans to develop permanent settlements? 20. The development of a set of social strata, or people beginning to do other jobs than farming related, is called A. deglaciation B. social stratification C. capitalism D. agricultural revolution 21. What is a ziggurat? 22. What were some activities our humanoid ancestors did to make their imprint on the cultural landscape during warm interglaciations? R1-R9 23. What does a Mercator Projection greatly exaggerate?
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