ISS 320 Final Exam Review Who were the pieds noir (the ,black feet) in Algeria? The native Algerians that inhabited Algeria before the French came to "colonize them". They were seen as inferior in need of social order. Basically, the French thought t
ISS 320 Review Sheet Harirism: political-economic discourse. Dreamland Subsidy: The government uses subsidies to encourage people or businesses to buy certain things that the government wishes to be bought. Farms receive subsidies on crops that are o
ISS 320 Midterm Exam Review Definitions Umma- The Islamic Community Hara(t)Suq Factory System- manufacturing method of England:each worker makes single part of assembly Lancaster Method- Very strict method of teaching adopted by Egypt from Europe Dhi
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Read The paralysis of the state by NY Times & angel shit
I. Money economy
a. Connected to intellectualism In rural or small town, more intimate setting,
personal relations, etc. allow individual to discern between things
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In 1800, only 5% of Canadians lived in urban areas. In 1920, the urban population began to surpass the rural population. Today, 78% of Canadas population is urbanized.
Canadians were and still are drawn to urban areas for the follo
Changing World Population Distribution 5
In 2000, at least 39% of the worlds urbanites lived in agglomerations of 5 million or more; only 8% of Americans lived in cities of 1 million or more. During the 19th. And 20th. Centuries (1800s and 1900s) urbaniz
North American Cities
Term and Concepts Historical Information
Hinterlands Land rent Residential Homogeneity Social Ecology Urban Growth Machine Carriage suburb New towns Megalopolis
Galactic Cities Headquarter cities Counterurbanization, R
Origin and Growth of Urbanization 4
Urbanization a process involving two phases:
The movement of people from rural to urban places, where they engage in primarily nonprimary occupations: and The change in lifestyle that results from living in cities.
Primary and Consolidated Metropolitan Areas
CMSA a U.S. government term for an area consisting of two or more overlapping or interlocking urban communities (known as Primary Metropolitan Statistical Areas) with a total population of at least
PRINCIPLES OF NEW URBANISM
WALKABILITY PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY; MOST TINGS ARE WITHIN 10 MINUTES WALK FROM HOME OR WORK; ON STREET PARKING; HIDDEN PARKING LOTS; BUILDINGS CLOSE TO STREETS.
CONNECTIVITY INCONNECTED STREET GRID NETWORK DISPERSES TRAFFIC AND E
South American Urbanization
Nearly every major urban center in SA had been founded by 1600; by 1580 Spaniards had established 225 populated cities in the region. During the post-independence era, from 1820 onward, urbanization in SA was sha
The Rise of Urban America
The Mayan society in Central America had built major city-based civilizations 1000 years before Europeans arrived. The first English settlers found no existing urban civilizations., although the Indians of the Northwest coast ha
URBAN TERMS AND CONCEPTS
URBAN URBANISM NEW URBANISM URBAN GROWTH URBANIZATON URBAN PLACE URBANIZED AREA
METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA PRIMARY METROPOLITAN AREA CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN AREA MEGALOPOLIS ECUMENOPOLIS CONURBATION
CITY TOWN VIL
World Urban History 3
Lecture Notes 3
From Antiquity to the 5th. century
The first cities were located in agrarian Mesopotamia, around 4000 B.C.
Nile Valley Indus Valley Yellow River Mexico 7 Peru 3000 B.C. 2500 B.C. 2000 B.C. 500 A.D.
Ancient City Siz
World Urban Systems 2
Lecture Notes 2
Cities are comparatively recent social inventions, having existed 7,000 to 10,000 years. Their existence encompasses the totality of the period we label civilization. The very term civilization and civilized comes fr
Karen Kolasinski #211 April 28th, 2010 ISS 320 For my project I choose to do volunteer work with my fellow classmates, Joseph Buhlinger and Aaron DerMiner. We decided to volunteer with the GEAR UP/College Day (Gearing Early Awareness and Readiness for Und