Review 1 (Ch 1, 2, 3, 4)

Review 1 (Ch 1, 2, 3, 4) - So, this is the fine print. The...

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So, this is the fine print. The exams will consist of a total of 50 questions (multiple choice, T/F, matching) at 2 points apiece. The test includes the relevant lectures and chapters outlined below. The exam will be weighted a bit more toward lecture than the book. Below is a list of important terms and concepts that are essential for success on the exam. Know both their definition and significance. E-mail me with questions: paynea@okstate.edu. Good luck. Live long and prosper. EXAM 1 Introduction (lectures+Chapter 1) -geography -location -regions (formal, functional, vernacular) -movement (three types) -place -cultural ecology -nature-culture -environmental determinism -possibilism -humans as modifiers -cultural landscapes -space -diffusion (types, examples, definitions, etc.) -core/periphery -node -topophilia/Sense of Place Culture (lectures+Chapter 2) -culture -folk culture -popular culture -indigenous culture -folk culture regions -placelessness -sub-culture -material vs. non-material culture
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