Chap 2 prac test

Chap 2 prac test - is not seen as an overall negative...

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Sunday, September 12, 2010 5:19 PM Unfiled Notes Page 1
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All of these geographical factors will still matter in the future. Unfiled Notes Page 2
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Taxes are actually taken from the producer classes to fund the elite. This is term that refers to eventual productivity declines. Colonization played a significant role in creating dominant/subordinate relationship on a previously unimagined spatial scale. Unfiled Notes Page 3
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Although some of the other factors played a part in creating or solidifying colonial relationships, the primary impetus was economic. Unfiled Notes Page 4
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This is the idea that one's culture is strongly determined by the physical environment in which one lives. While the growth in the number of ecotourists may have some negative effects in particular places, this
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Unformatted text preview: is not seen as an overall negative consequences of globalization. Unfiled Notes Page 5 Technological advances that allowed for more accurate mapping and more precise navigation was most important. These countries all moved from the periphery to the semiperiphery. While this is a sign of a strong economy and a large middle class, the text does not make the case that this attribute helped countries resist the expansion of colonial powers. Unfiled Notes Page 6 All of these were crucial in allowing the U.S. to become a core region. This describes the political and economic strategies used by countries to exert power over others in ways less direct than imperialism and colonization. Unfiled Notes Page 7 Unfiled Notes Page 8...
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2010 for the course ENGL 1102 taught by Professor Cantremember during the Fall '08 term at UGA.

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