august 24 - GEOG 08/24/06 The world system Industrial...

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GEOG 08/24/06 The world system Industrial revolution (late 1700s) England Geographic expansion Formal regions Functional regions (economics, politics, social) Core regions- diversified economies, dominate trade, control most technology Peripheral regions- low productivity, obsolete technology, dependent Semi peripheral regions-transitional The world system: core Colonialism- political and legal domination Colonization-physical settlement Imperialism-use of military and economic power Industrialization of the core Industrial revolution, late 1700s, England Three waves Localized industrialization Resources and people Industrial expansion to northwest Europe Transportation networks Increased scale of industry Industrial expansion to more remote areas Centered on the golden triangle Us and Japan The periphery Core countries scramble for territory
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2009 for the course GEOG 1101 taught by Professor Connor during the Fall '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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