cultural geography

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Today, most high-end designer clothing is made in China.

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Where are the manufacturing facilities of the textile and garment industries predominantly located?

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Three countries account for half of the world's manufacturing output. Which of the following is NOT one of these three countries?

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Information service industries tend to be highly concentrated geographically.

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Suppose that your cousin has just been accepted at the University of California at Berkeley. She will most likely be living in a:

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Which U.S. city affords the best example of the new landscape viewpoints brought about by the industrial age?

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New Lanark, Scotland, is an industrial landscape designed originally as a:

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Which of the following is NOT a renewable resource?

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In the United States, the pattern of uneven development with England ended when:

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Which agreement seeks to achieve a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions?

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The power source used by the earliest machines of the industrial revolution was:

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Profits tend to flow from the periphery to the core.

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Which of the following is not an NIC?

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In general, resources tend to flow from the periphery to the core.

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In the industrial development of the United States and elsewhere, factories began to move to __________________ as water power was supplanted by steam, coal, and electric power.

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The first primary industry to benefit from new technology in the industrial revolution was:

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Which is NOT an example of a secondary industry?

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In general, low standards of living are often correlated with subsistence agriculture.

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The spatial pattern of industry includes the distribution of technopoles.

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In the factories of transnational companies, women are considered more desirable than men as employees because women are perceived to be all of the following EXCEPT:

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The key factor in the diffusion of mining and industry in England was:

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Which is NOT an emerging market?

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Ecotourism is helping to preserve the mountain gorillas of which country?

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The marine biological crisis occurring today is a result of all of the following EXCEPT:

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The earliest landscapes of mid-nineteenth-century industrial development in England share all of the following characteristics EXCEPT:

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Prior to the industrial revolution, the women of a particular English village raised sheep, sheared them, cured the wool, and knitted sweaters for their families. This is an example of a:

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In light of global warming, what might be expected to increase as growing numbers of people in the world acquire air conditioners?

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In general, tariffs and barriers to trade are reduced within trading blocs and supranational organizations.

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 Question 35 UnsavedFor a company, the greatest market potential usually exists where the largest numbers of people live.

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Which company is least likely to be located near its intended market?

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The industries that extract resources from the earth are:

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Retrofitting of factory complexes in certain parts of old core industrial regions is not always done for a new industrial use. Sometimes, these facilities are converted for housing or commercial uses.

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It is possible to determine the diffusion of the industrial revolution in Europe by examining a series of railroad maps.

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Only finite resources are affected by industrialization.

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