MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE'07GEA1000

MIDTERM STUDY - buffer state shatter belt organic theory Jerusalem Darfur Janjaweed Muhammad the Haj Suez Canal Col Qadhafi Know the names of the

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MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE The following is a list of locations, physical features, terms and subjects that may be on the Midterm. As stated on the syllabus, I reserve the right to include material from the book that is not present on this study guide. Terms (not including some from SE Asia) geography, plateau, culture, economy, vertical zonation, slave trade, colonization/colonialism, environmental difficulties, HIV/AIDS rates, Illegal Drug trafficking/money laundering, subsistence agriculture, Arab, Muslim, Koran, Hindu, Jew, exceptional zones (NA&SWA), Sahara, urbanization, industrialization, oil, growth rates, monsoon, Gandhi, Kashmir, lingua franca, caste system, non- developed/developing/developed, rural densities, cultural diffusion, spatial diffusion, choke point, epidemic, pandemic, apartheid, refugees, irredentism, extraterritoriality,
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Unformatted text preview: buffer state, shatter belt, organic theory, Jerusalem, Darfur, Janjaweed, Muhammad, the Haj, Suez Canal, Col. Qadhafi Know the names of the sub-regions. Know the economic, climactic, topographical, political, military/war, ideological, religious, and linguistic characteristics of regions, sub-regions, and countries. Pay special attention to how regions/sub-regions/countries are similar in these areas, how they differ, and why they differ. Be familiar with major themes coming from the text. I would advise that the best way to study for those would be to read over the green-shaded box of important points found at the beginning of each chapter. The boxes are titled: “Major Geographic Qualities of ….”...
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2008 for the course GEA 1000 taught by Professor Kristianbredemeyer during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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