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Human Geography of Europe: Diversity, Conflict, Union Chapter 13. Section 1, 2, 3 & 4. Section 1: Part A Mediterranean Europe. 1. Birthplace of democracy; Greek science, philosophy, drama, & art helped shape modern culture

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section 1 part a mediterranean europe
Section 1: Part A Mediterranean Europe
  • 1. Birthplace of democracy; Greek science, philosophy, drama, & art helped shape modern culture
  • 2. Its republican government serves as a model; the spread of Christianity was promoted by the empire’s roads
  • 3. Birthplace of the Renaissance; promoted trade with Southwest Asia
  • 4. Established an empire that promoted the spread of Christianity & the Spanish language
part b
Part B.
  • 1. Distinct minority and language group that wants independence from Spain
  • 2. has created housing shortages, pollution, traffic jams
section 2 part a western europe
Section 2 Part A:Western Europe
  • 1. Both French and Germanic languages are spoken
  • 2. France is mostly catholic; the Netherlands, Switzerland, & Germany contain both Catholics & Protestants
  • 3. nations have become rivals
  • 4. Both the Holocaust & the Berlin Wall divided Europe in the recent past
part b1
Part B
  • 1. Exports dairy products; produces agricultural products; has major manufacturing industries, high-tech & service industries, banking
  • 2. home to musical geniuses such as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart; home to important painters such as Van Eyck, Vermeer, Rembrandt, Monet, Cezanne, Gaugin
  • 3. high standard of living, pleasant cities, people socialize in public places
  • 4. ethnic/racist tensions.
section 3 part a northern europe
Section 3 part A:Northern Europe
  • 1. Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden
  • 2. United Kingdom, Ireland
  • 3. The Sami & other migrating people
  • 4. Celtic, then Roman, then Germanic
  • 5. No Nordic country ever became a major empire
  • 6. British Empire, which strongly affected the rest of the world.
  • 7. Germanic & Sami language; Protestant
  • 8. Celtic languages and English; Protestant, but Catholic in Ireland
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9. Henrik Ibsen, Ingmar Bergman
  • 10. William Shakespeare, William Wordsworth, Charlotte Bronte, James Joyce
  • 11. child-care allowances and national health insurance
  • 12. national health insurance
  • 13. smorgasbord; sauna; winter sports such as cross-country skiing and ski jumping
  • 14. tea time; horse riding, horse jumping, fox hunting; rugby, cricket
part b2
Part B
  • 1. a representative lawmaking body, whose members are elected or appointed
  • 2. began in Britain, in part because of iron & coal deposits; motivated empire building
  • 3. section between Glasgow and Edinburgh, so-called because it has so many high-tech companies
  • 4. common currency of the European Union
section 4 part a eastern europe
Section 4 Part A:Eastern Europe
  • 1. People moving between Asia & Europe have tried to control the region since ancient times.
  • 2. The region, or parts of the region, have been alternately under the rule of the Romans, the Ottomans, the Magyars (Hungary only), & the Austrians.
  • 3. Each separate group has wanted to establish its own separate unit, hostile to other units
  • 4. Four decades of domination have led to instability after the collapse of Communism.
part b3
Part B
  • 1. Fall of communism has meant a return to ethnic loyalties and civil war in Serbia
  • 2. Many languages are spoken, some of which have no relationship to surrounding languages.
  • 3. Some nations are Islamic, others are Eastern Orthodox, and some have Jewish or Protestant minorities.
  • 4. Eastern European minority groups, including Jews and Gypsies, have often faced discrimination.