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APHuG Chapter 1 test

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Regions areas of uniqe characteristics. Three types: Formal, functional, and perceptual.
Formal Regions Homogeneous or uniform. Frequently used to outline governmental, phsical, cultural, and economic areas.
Functional Regions Defined by a particular set of activites or interactions.
Perceptual Regions Also known as vernacular regions. Constructed by peoples perceptions, therefore they vary from person to person.
Possibilism The natural environment merely serves to limit the range of choices available to a culture.
Environmental Determinism Human behaivor, individually and collectively is affected by the physical evironment.
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