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Exam 3 review (1) - Geography 103 Exam 3 Study Guide The...

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Geography 103 – Exam 3 Study Guide The test will focus on the topics listed below, but anything from the readings or notes may appear. Cultural Geography -definition of culture -What are Cultural traits, complexes, realms, regions, systems… -The three subsystems of culture: know them and artifacts, sociofacts, mentifacts. Make sure you can give examples of each. -Environmental determinism vs. possibilism -What is a cultural landscape -Acculturation vs. Amalgamation -Know the various definitions for languages. Differences between Pidgin, Creole, and Lingua Franca -What’s so important about the Indo-European language group? -Know the various terms describing religion types (isms) also ethnic vs. universalizing vs. tribal Spatial Interaction -What are distance decay, critical distance, activity space, and territoriality? What are some factors that determine the last three? -What is time-space compression? -Know the various types of diffusion; describe and understand their models. Think of examples.
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