AP Human Unit 1 Review.pdf - GEOGRAPHERS TO KNOW ● UNIT 2...

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GEOGRAPHERS TO KNOW: UNIT 2: Thomas Malthus: Creator of MALTHUSIAN THEORY Believes that global population would expand until it couldn’t produce food for everyone by 1900 Food growth = arithmetic; population growth = exponential UNIT 3: Friedrich Ratzel: Father of modern Human Geography William Denevan: Researches the depopulation of Native Americans in the early colonial era after 1492 Represents the deconstruction of indigenous cultural groups UNIT 7: Central Place Theory Concentric Zone Model Sector model Multiple-nuclei model Galactic city model Latin American city model Ernest Burgess (CREATOR OF CONCENTRIC ZONE MODEL) Walter Christaller (CREATOR OF PLACE THEORY) William Denevan (North American depopulation) Larry Ford and Ernst Griffin (Latin American City Model) Homer Hoyt (SECTOR MODEL) Thomas Malthus (Malthusian theory) Friedrich Ratzel (father of human geo) Walt Rostow (STAGES OF GROWTH) Carl Sauer (Possibilism, cultural landscape) Johann Heinrich von thunen (Isolated State Model) Immanuel Wallerstein (World systems theory) Alfred Weber (Industrial location theory) MODELS TO KNOW: UNIT 2: Demographic Transition Model Epidemiological transition model Population pyramids Malthusian theory UNIT 5: Von Thunen Model:
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UNIT 7: Central Place Theory Concentric Zone Model Sector model Multiple-nuclei model Galactic city model Latin American city model
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AP Human Unit 1 Review SPACE AND PLACE KEY TERMS: Space: (abstract definition) Geometric surface of the Earth Activity Space: An area where activity occurs on a daily basis Place: An area of bounded space of some human importance Sense of Place: Feelings associated with a particular place Toponym: Name of a place Sequent Occupancy: The succession of groups and cultural influences throughout a place’s history Place-Specific: A place with several different historical layers Ex : The place specificity of Santa Fe, New Mexico is a complex mix of Native Americans, Spanish colonial, and modern American influences Region: A type of place ; a unique area Types of Regions Definition Examples Formal (Uniform) A region with a
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