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Learning Targets Urban Geography. PRE - Test Part 1. 1. Urbanization. A The process of people living and working in cities B The process of people living and working in rural areas C The process of people living and working in foreign lands

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    1 urbanization
    1. Urbanization
    • A The process of people living and working in cities
    • B The process of people living and working in rural areas
    • C The process of people living and working in foreign lands
    • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    2 nucleated form of settlement
    2. Nucleated form of Settlement
    • A. Cities have a center area of development
    • B Cites do NOT have a center area of development
    • C Cities have developed near nuclear power plants
    • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of it
    3 core area
    3. Core Area
    • A The center area of a city
    • B The perimeter are of a city
    • C The area of a city where food is grown
    • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    4 dispersed form of settlement
    4. Dispersed form of Settlement
    • A Areas where houses are far a part, usually in rural areas
    • B Areas where houses are close together
    • C Areas where most houses are high rise condos
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    5 threshold
    5. Threshold
    • A. The minimum number of people need to meet the needs of an industry, such as the minimum number of people to support and NFL or NBA team
    • B The maximum number of people need to meet the needs of an industry, such as the minimum number of people to support and NFL or NBA team
    • C The entrance to a city or developed area
    • D I have heard of it but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    6 medieval cities
    6. Medieval Cities
    • A. Middle age cities in Europe
    • B Middle age cities in Asia
    • C Middle age cities in Africa
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    7 indigenous cities
    7. Indigenous Cities
    • A Cities constructed before colonization
    • B Cities constructed before colonization
    • C Cities constructed during colonization
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    8 hydraulic cities
    8. Hydraulic Cities
    • A Cities that construct a water system to provide running water and sewer services
    • B Cities that use hydroelectric power
    • C Cites that use hydrogen to run power plants
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    9 commercialization
    9. Commercialization
    • A The selling of goods and services for a profit
    • B The selling of goods and services at a loss
    • C The donating of goods and services
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard the term
    10 basic industry
    10. Basic Industry
    • A A city forming industry such as cars for Detroit and computers for San Jose, Ca.
    • B Industry that provides just the necessary services for a city
    • C Industry that is city-serving
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    11 non basic industry
    11. Non-Basic Industry
    • A City-serving industry that may include anything from construction to industrial equipment
    • B An industry that is city forming
    • C An industry that is done off shore
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    12 employment structure
    12. Employment structure
    • A. The type of jobs found in a city such as tertiary or quaternary activities
    • B The employment and unemployment rate in a city
    • C The rate of job growth in a city
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard the term
    14 post industrial city
    14. Post-Industrial City
    • A A City shifts to specializing in information-based work
    • B A City shifts to industrial posting activities
    • C A city shifts to posting of industrial jobs
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term.
    14 deindustrialization
    14. Deindustrialization
    • A The shift of a city to more specialized economic activities.
    • B The shift of a city to more industrial activity
    • C The shift of a city to intensive industrial activity
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    15 underemployment
    15. Underemployment
    • A City where many workers are working in jobs less than full time and or in jobs lower than they are qualified to perform
    • B The employment of workers in underground activities
    • C The unemployment rate of a city
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    16 unincorporated areas
    16. Unincorporated Areas
    • A Usually rural areas of a county not part of a city
    • B An area of the city with many corporations
    • C An area of the city with few corporations
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    17 hamlets
    17. Hamlets
    • A Urban area with only a few dozen people clustered around a small urban center
    • B Urban area with many peope and shopping centers
    • C Urban area specializing in the sale and production of ham
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    18 village
    18. Village
    • A Urban area with more than a general store having several stores specializing in the sale of food, clothing, furniture, etc
    • B Urban area that may include thousands of people
    • C Urban area of large land aarea
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    19 towns
    19. Towns
    • A May consist of 50 to a few thousand people
    • B Large areas of open space around farms
    • C Unincorporated areas of a county
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the meaning
    20 cities
    20. Cities
    • A Large densely populated area with tens of thousands of people
    • B Large sparsely populated areas around farms
    • C Unincorporated areas of a county
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    21 metropolises
    21. Metropolises
    • A Large population and large area that includes cities and suburbs
    • B Small population in a sparse area
    • C Medium population in a small area
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    22 megaloplis
    22. Megaloplis
    • A The biggest urban area when several metropolitan areas are linked together
    • B The smallest urban area when several towns are de-linked
    • C The middle sized urban area with no linkage
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    23 hinterland
    23. Hinterland
    • A The area around farms
    • B The area around resort areas
    • C The area around military bases
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    24 world cities and great cities
    24. World Cities and Great Cities
    • A Cities that dominate other cities in a region based on economics, population and influence over an extended area
    • B Cites that are international cities and not part of a country
    • C Cities that have large international airports
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    25 urban hierarchy
    25. Urban Hierarchy
    • A The ranking of cities based on their importance to world commerce and amenities
    • B The order that cities hire people for international jobs
    • C The umber of cites with archery facilities
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    26 first order cities
    26. First Order Cities
    • A Cities that are at at the top of the urban hierarchy
    • B Cities that are in the second of the urban hierarchy
    • C Cities that are third of the urban hierarchy
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the meaning
    27 beta world cities
    27. Beta World Cities
    • A Second order cites such as San Francisco, US; Sydney Aus; etc.
    • B Third order cities such as Dallas, Houston, Boston, USA;
    • C Fourth order cities such as New York, USA; Paris France, etc
    • D I have heard of this term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of this term
    28 gamma world cities
    28. Gamma World Cities

    A Third order cities such as Dallas, Houston, Boston, USA;

    B Second order cites such as San Francisco, US; Sydney Aus; etc.

    • C Fourth order cities such as New York, USA; Paris France, etc
    • D I have heard of this term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of this term
    29 emerging cities
    29. Emerging Cities
    • A Cities experiencing population growth as well as economic and political clout throughout a region
    • B Cities experiencing population decline as well as declines in economic and political clout throughout a region
    • C Cities that are experiencing population explosions
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    30 gateway cities
    30. Gateway Cities
    • A Cites that connect two areas and serve as a portal between them
    • B Cities that separate two areas and serve as a barrier between them
    • C Cities that control large areas of territory
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    31 festival landscape
    31. Festival Landscape
    • A Space within an urban environment that can accommodate a large number of people
    • B Space within an urban environment that can only accommodate a small number of people
    • C Space within a rural area that can only accommodate a small number of people
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    33 central business district cbd
    33. Central Business District CBD
    • A The commercial center of an urban area
    • B The religious center of an urban area
    • C The educational center of an urban area
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    33 bid rent theory
    33. Bid-Rent-Theory
    • A Theory that land value decreases as you move further out from the central business district
    • B Theory that land values increase as you move out from the central business district
    • C Theory that land values do not change in value as you move from the central business district
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    34 grid street system
    34. Grid Street System
    • A Streets run North and South and East and West
    • B Streets are grouped by belts around the CBD
    • C Streets are banded based on GPS coordinates
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    35 suburbs
    35. Suburbs
    • A Located on the outskirts of a central city
    • B Located in the center of the city
    • C Located in the rural areas away from cities
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    36 four stages of u s cities
    36. Four Stages of U.S. Cities
    • A Stages are related to types of transportation
    • B Stages are related to types of industry
    • C Stages are related to types of immigrants
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    37 zoning laws
    37. Zoning Laws
    • A Laws that determine how land and buildings can be used
    • B Laws that determine the speed limits for parts of a city
    • C Laws that determine the voting districts of a city
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the term
    • E I have never heard of the term
    38 residential zoning
    38. Residential Zoning
    • A zones where houses may be built
    • B Zones where business may be built
    • C Zones where manufacturing plants may be built
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    39 commercial zoning
    39. Commercial Zoning
    • A Zones where business may be built
    • B Zones where houses may be built
    • C Zones where manufacturing plants may be built
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    40 industrial zoning
    40. Industrial Zoning
    • A Zones where manufacturing plants may be built
    • B Zones where houses may be built
    • C Zones where business may be built
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    41 dendritic pattern
    41. Dendritic Pattern
    • A City streets laid out like a root system of a tree
    • B City streets laid out like petals of a flower
    • C City streets laid out like blades of grass
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    42 greenbelts
    42. Greenbelts
    • A Area set aside in a natural state to prevent development
    • B Areas that surround a city like belts where green energy is produced
    • C Areas that surround a city that manufacture green belts
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    43 in filling
    43. In-Filling
    • A Process where cites that are close together grow together
    • B Process where cities merge landfill operations to save money
    • C Process where cities create new land by backfilling
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    44 urban growth rates
    44. Urban Growth Rates
    • A The rate at which cities increase their population
    • B The rate at which cities increase their land area
    • C The rate at which cities increase their zoning
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    45 latin american city model
    45. Latin American City Model
    • A Structure includes a spine of high income residential areas that extend outward from the CBD with squatter settlements on the edges
    • B Structure where the city fans out from a port zone
    • C Much of the city layout is based on the Koran
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I do not know the terms meaning
    46 squatter settlements
    46. Squatter Settlements
    • A Areas of a city that have extreme poverty and squalor, usually located on the edge of a city
    • B Areas of a city with high income usually located in the CBD
    • C Areas of a city with a high number of equestrians
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term and do not know the meaning
    47 favelas
    47. Favelas
    • A The term for squatter settlements in Brazil
    • B The term for squatter settlements in China
    • C The term for squatter settlements in Canada
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term and do not know the meaning
    48 barriadias
    48. Barriadias
    • A The term for squatter settlements in Latin America
    • B The term for squatter settlements in Australia
    • C The term for squatter settlements in Asia
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term and do not know the meaning
    49 south east asia city model
    49. South East Asia City Model
    • A The structure of the city starts with the port zone and fans out from there.
    • B The structure of the city starts out with religious zone and the city circles it
    • C The structure of the city starts with a bazaar and
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term and do not know the meaning
    50 entropots
    50. Entropots
    • A Cites that re-export goods produced elsewhere to all parts of the globe, Ex. Singapore
    • B Cities that import good from all over the globe
    • C Cities that export goods from all over the globe
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term and do not know the meaning
    51 office parks
    51. Office Parks
    • A Agglomeration of commercial buildings that share the infrastructure of: phones, internet and transportations service.
    • B Parks set aside for office workers to enjoy nature
    • C The common parking lots for workers in high rise building
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term and do not know the menaing
    52 situation advantages
    52. Situation Advantages
    • A Access to infrastructure that allows companies to prosper
    • B Good location for schools and public buildings
    • C Used primarily by cities with large port facilities
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have not heard of the term
    53 megacities
    53. Megacities
    • A Cities with over 10 million people
    • B Cities with over 20 million people
    • C Cities with over 30 million people
    • D I do not know
    54 high tech corridors
    54. High Tech Corridors
    • A The agglomeration of technology companies locating office in the same area such as Silicon Valley
    • B Areas where high speed internet cables are granted easements
    • C Decentralizing of technology companies to avoid disruption of services
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    55 islamic cities
    55. Islamic Cities
    • A Cities primarily found in the Middle East where Islam is the major religion
    • B Cites where Islam is the primary religion
    • C Cities where Islam is the official religion
    • D I have hard of the term but I do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    56 jani
    56. Jani
    • A The primary mosque in a city
    • B The layout of an Islamic city
    • C The slum area of an Islamic city
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    57 bazaar
    57. Bazaar
    • A An area of an Islamic city that takes up several city block selling anything from produce to carpets and clothing.
    • B The area where most mosques in a city are located
    • C An area of a city that does not have any mosques
    • D I have heard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    58 colonial cbd
    58. Colonial CBD
    • A The headquarters of a colonial government is found here mainly in West Africa
    • B The central business district of a city using colonial architecture
    • C The central business district of a colonizing country that deals with its colonies
    • D I have heard of the term but do nont know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    59 market or bazaar cbd
    59. Market or Bazaar CBD
    • A The primary layout of the African central business district
    • B The primary layout of the Asian central business district
    • C The primary layout of the European central business district
    • D I have hard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    60 concentric zone model
    60. Concentric Zone Model
    • A US city model that assumes lower economic status people live closer to the center of a city and higher economic status people live in the outer zones because they can afford to commute to work.
    • B US city model that assumes higher economic status people live closer to the center of a city and lower economic status people live in the outer zones because land is cheaper
    • C A US city model that puts the value of land at its core
    • D I have hard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    61 peak land value intersection
    61. Peak Land Value Intersection
    • A. The area with the greatest land value and commercial value.
    • B The highest elevation area of a city and the highest land value
    • C The cross section of a city based on land value
    • D I have hard of the term but do not know the meaning
    • E I have never heard of the term
    silicon valley
    Silicon Valley
    • A Location of lots of plastic surgeons
    • B San Jose Ca
    • C Upstate New York
    • D Stuttgart Germany
    • E None
    tenements
    Tenements
    • A Slums
    • B Apartments
    • C Condos
    • D All
    • E none
    urban sprawl
    Urban Sprawl
    • A Growth of of a city with out plan, like a blob around the city. Puts stains on city service like police and fire
    • B The green areas around a city that development is prohibited
    • C The movement of people to the suburbs
    • D All
    • E None
    edge cities
    Edge Cities
    • A Cities that keep up with the current trends
    • B Cites that have most every thing that a city has and are located in the suburbs
    • C Cites the are set up on an Edge Line Layout
    • D All
    • E none
    68 sector model of a city
    68. Sector Model of a city
    • Developed by Hoyt in 1939: cities laid out based on income class and transportation rather than distance from CBD
    multiple nuclei model of city
    Multiple Nuclei Model of City
    • Established by Harris & Ulman in 1945: Urban growth independent of the CBD rather on where opportunities for growth occur: E.G. airports occur on out skirts of city because of space, noise and pollution consideration; Certain industries locate around a port; more fast food, bookstores, coffee shops around colleges
    central place theory of cities
    Central Place Theory of Cities
    • Christaller established 1933 on Southern Germany ; equal topography and transportation people will travel least distance for service needs (range). Cities laid out like a honey comb.
    primate city
    Primate City
    • Twice the size of next largest city in a country. Center of economics, culture and politics. E.G. Paris, London, Bangkok, Thailand; Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Note: the USA does not have a primate city though New York would qualify on description but Not being twice the size of the next largest city in a country
    white flight
    White Flight
    • Movement of white middle class people away from the inner city due to fear of non-whites moving in. Occurred in the USA in 1950s and 60s
    blockbusting
    Blockbusting
    • Real estate agents scare residents in to seel houses due to fear of non-whites moving into a neighborhood. Occurred in the USA in 1950s and 60s
    redlining
    Redlining
    • Refusal banks to lend money in certain areas of a city (usually minority neighborhoods) literally drawing red lines around parts of a city they would not lend money
    gentrification
    Gentrification
    • Process of wealthy people moving into inner-city neighborhoods, making improvements causing prices to rise and poorer residents forced to move out. E.G. Springfield in Jacksonville