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  1. JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY JEOPARODY

  2. HERE ARE TODAY’S CATEGORIES

  3. Unit II & III- Population, Migration & Culture

  4. Toss Up

  5. Unit IV- Political Geography

  6. Unit V- Agriculture

  7. Unit VI- Industry & Development

  8. Unit VII- Cities and Urban Land Use

  9. Unit II & III- Population,Migration & Culture Unit IV- Political Geography Unit VI- Industry & Development Unit V- Agriculture Unit VII- Urbanization Toss Up $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 FINAL JEOPARODY

  10. ____ is an important form of diversity in an age of globalizing culture

  11. Ethnicity

  12. Shared emotion, attitudes, symbols, and a common culture all contribute to this concept…

  13. Nationalism

  14. This term refers to a persons self-identification with a group sharing a biological ancestor…

  15. Race

  16. The Kurds, living in modern Turkey, Syria, Iran, and Iraq are an example of this…

  17. Stateless-nation

  18. Country X has millions of people with a shared ethnicity. Country X splitting into Countries Y and Z is an example of…

  19. A nation split between two states

  20. The Industrial Revolution began when…

  21. The 1700’s

  22. The primary factor in the Von Thunen Model for choosing commercial farm products is…

  23. Market location (how much it costs to get it there)

  24. Farms integrated into a large food industry is known as…

  25. Agribusiness

  26. The economic development of workers moving from secondary jobs to tertiary jobs is known as…

  27. De-industrialization

  28. The concept that nationalities have the right to govern themselves is…

  29. Self- determination

  30. The geographic separation of races in South Africa is known as …

  31. Apartheid

  32. A reason the lingua Franca of South Africa is English would be…

  33. Colonialism

  34. The breakdown of a state due to conflicts among nationalities/ ethnicity is…

  35. Balkanization

  36. An area organized into an independent political unit is…

  37. State

  38. Using the 39th Parallel to separate two states is this kind of border…

  39. Goemetric border

  40. To maintain the fertility of fields, farmers utilize this agricultural practice…

  41. Crop rotation

  42. Name one of the important agricultural hearths

  43. South America, Ethiopia, Northern China, or Southeast Asia

  44. Cultivation of plants by cutting stems and dividing roots is…

  45. Vegetative Planting

  46. The “commons” in the tragedy of the commons refers to…

  47. Any shared resource

  48. The type of agriculture practiced by the largest % of the world’s pop. Is…

  49. Intensive Subsistence

  50. The industrial Revolution began in what country…