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(p. 414)From the perspective of human ecology, the development of cities A. is random.B. depends on the physical environment.C. depends on the founders' preferences.D. depends upon availability of funding.Croteau - Chapter 15 #29Level: BasicTopic: Understanding the Culture of Urban Life
Type: Comprehension30.(p. 414)From the perspective of human ecology, the built environment in cities reflects and reinforces cultural values. Which of the following is an example of this perspective? A. Skyscrapers symbolize the power of business.B. Hospitals care for the sick.C. The homeless symbolize lack of compassion.D. Churches symbolize Christianity.Croteau - Chapter 15 #30Level: ModerateTopic: Understanding the Culture of Urban LifeType: Application31.(p. 414)From the perspective of human ecology, the analysis of distinct urban areas focuses on their A. formal boundaries.B. function.C. district political affiliation.D. dominant ethnicity.Croteau - Chapter 15 #31Level: BasicTopic: Understanding the Culture of Urban LifeType: Comprehension32.(p. 414)The inner-city area is fundamentally different from the suburbs. Which of the following reflects the focus of the perspective of human ecology in understanding the differences? A. population densityB. predominant ethnicityC. cultural valuesD. crime levelsCroteau - Chapter 15 #32Level: Moderate