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48.The laws of the indies only consider siteselection.TrueFalse49. Contemporary urban landscapes representa composite of past and present morphologies.50.The Romans borrowed urban ideas from theEtruscans.51.All bastides had a castle.52.The Multiple Nuclei Model maintains thatcities grow around several distinct nodes.TrueFalse53.The Ancient Greeks introduced public spaceas an element or urban form.54. The processes of urbanization andindustrialization often coincide.55. The Romans introduced apartments andsuburbs.
56. “Function” and “form” are two conceptsassociated with the process of urbanmorphogenesis.TrueFalse57. Jamestown, Virginia was the firstpermanent British(English) settlement in NorthAmerica.58. The city was considered as the mostcapable institution for maintaining order,promoting civilization, and administering localaffairs throughout the Roman Empire.59. Canadian cities are undistinguishable fromtheir American counterparts.60.pdf 8061. The mercantilist economic system was notresponsible for European colonial settlement.TrueFalse62. Smart growth attempts to manage urbangrowth and minimize urban sprawl.63.The concept of “nuclear urbanism”maintains that cities develop concurrently andindependently in several different areas.64. Medieval streets are typically narrow andwinding.65.GG271 OC focuses on urban historicalgeography.TrueFalse66.Montral is Canada’s colonial city.67. The term “gentrification” refers to theupgrading of rundown urban spaces.68. The relocation of people from villages andtown to metropolitan areas is known as“counter urbanization”69. Edge cities are a uniquely North Americanphenomenon.TrueFalse70.Urban development accelerated in WesternEurope only after the western part of theroman Empire collapsed.71. Chicago is an example of a “shock city”72.The “zone of transition’ contains olderneighbourhoods,publichousing,andapartment buildings.73. Residential segregation is a product of thecombination of congregation and immigration.TrueFalse74. North American cities have long historiesinvolvingnumerousperiodsofurbandevelopment.

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