AP Human Geo Final Part 1

46 Questions  I  By Singer754 on December 15, 2012
These are the questions from Tests 1 and 3. Let me know if there are any corrections. 

  
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1.  The set of processes that are increasing interactions, deepening relationships and heightening interdependence regardless of national boundaries are called ______ processes. 
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2.  The branch of geography that focuses upon natural landforms, climate, soils and vegetation of the Earth is:
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3.  _________ refers to the infusing of a locality with meaning and emotion
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4.  The degree of direct linkage between one particular location and other locations in a transport network is referred to as 
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5.  Geographer Carl O. Sauer is most closely connected with:
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6.  The coordinates of absolute location are useful mainly in determining exact:
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7.  The location of a place in relationship to other places or features around it is called: 
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8.  The mental map you have of places you routinely visit is a map of your:
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9.  A good example of a formal region would be a:
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10.  The spread of ideas, cultural traits, knowledge and skills from their place of origin to other areas where they are adopted is called: 
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11.  The diffusion of the idea of the hamburger to India but with a vegetable patty instead of the religiously prohibited beef is an example of:
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12.  The diffusion of Birkenstock shoes or of new styles of music tend to be an example of:
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13.  The notion that cultural factors are the product of environmental conditions (e.g the ancient Greek idea that Europeans were fierce and brutish because of the cold climate). is an example of: 
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14.  Human geographers focus ______.
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15.  The importance of the spatial approach that geographers use in their studies is that it shows:
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16.  Hagerstrand emphasized that culture hearths should be viewed in the context of _____ as well as space. 
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17.  The states with the highest percentage of African-Americans can be found in:
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18.  Which of the following is not one of the five ways that cartographers manipulate the impression one gets from a map:
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19.  Level of aggregation refers to:
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20.  On an isoline map, lines close to each other indicate:
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21.  What were the major destinations for African-Americans migration out of the rural south between 1920 and 1970?
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22.  Which of the following maps would show the largest area?
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23.  By the time that the last great cholera pandemic began in 1865, people knew to take precautions against _____ and ended the great waves of cholera.
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24.  The greater the distance from the hearth the less likely an innovation will be adopted. This is referred to as: 
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25.  Which of the following is not one of the reasons why some innovations diffuse hierarchically?  
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26.  Match the famous geographer to his contribution: 
A. Eratosthenes
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B. Ptolemy
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D. Carl Sauer
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E. W.D. Pattison
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27.  Embedded in the gravity model is that:
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28.  The gravity model predicts:
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29.  Who is most likely to make an interstate migration?
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30.  What is one likely reason that mobility rates in the U.S. are lower than in the past?
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31.  Migration streams and counterstreams of Cuban Americans are focused on the state of:
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32.  Frequent hurricanes in the region where one lives could be a _______ for migration.
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33.  Which of the identified types of movement create your activity space
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34.  A periodic form of movement that involves a system of pastoral farming whereby livestock and their keepers adjust their location to the seasonal availability of pastures is called:
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35.  Irish migration to North America in the mid 1800-s is an example of:
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36.  Which of the following is not one of Ernst Ravenstein's laws of migration?
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37.  Major routes of human migration before 1950 include all of the following except:
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38.  A person who has a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion is officially a:
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39.  The intervention of what country in the civil war in Afghanistan caused great numbers of refugees to leave the country?
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40.  The Afghan Taliban (Islamic fundamentalists) movement, spawned in Pakistan, created a counter migration of 2.5 million Afghanis to _____ when they came to power.
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41.  In 1995, the collapse of which of the following European countries produced the largest refugee crisis in Europe since the end of World War ll?
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42.  The practice of excluding people with criminal records, health problems, or subversive political beliefs from immigrating is referred to as:
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43.  Since September 2001, there has been a greater concern about immigration control to
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44.  When a migrant leaves the home country, he or she is classified as a/an ______ of the home country. 
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45.  Intervening obstacles are most often found in:
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46.  The ______ experienced an outmigration in the last couple decades
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