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Study Guide for Geog 1003 Exam 1 Format: Multiple Choice and T/F and Matching Understand the meaning/definition of the following terms and be able to apply them to appropriate situations. Review examples cited in class. Tables: Understand high and lows for each category. Lecture One Introduction Regions—vernacular, formal, functional, examples cited in class Lecture Globalization Pro-globalization Stance (6 examples) Critics of Globalization (4 examples) A Middle Position (4 examples) Population Indicators—RNI, TFR, CBR, CDR, Young and Old Populations, Life Expectancy The Demographic Transitions Model (5 Stages)Population Pyramid Migration Patterns—Push vs. Pull forces, Net Migration, Rural-to-Urban Migration Settlement Geography—population density Urban Geography—urbanized population, urban primacy, urban structure, urban form, over- urbanization, squatter/informal settlements. Culture—abstract, material
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course GEOG 1003 taught by Professor Patzewitsch during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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