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geography final 3

three main clusters are home to about 60% of the world's people. Where are they? Europe. Indian Subcontinent. East Asia.
What is the RNI of the world? What if the RNI were negative? 1.2%, population would be decreasing
Tonybee's theory challenge and response; environmental determinist
Kenyan's theory Propinquity theory; proximity/nearness, time of dryness forced people to live in close proximity to each other near oasis's; environmental awareness
Braidwood's theory Cultural culmination theory; mutation, 2 types of wheat: moral- stood straight, held seed tightly immoral- loose and not held tightly; harvested moral wheat b/c most efficient; stumbled upon agriculture accidently
Carl Sauer 1) agriculture was independently invented by different people in different places; 2) women discovered agriculture; 3) people with leisure time developed agriculture 4) necessity not mother of invention
other theories 1) food shortage theory- shortage of food so people grew it 2) margin theory - agriculture developed where hard to obtain food 3) climate change- after ice age, agriculture began
landscapes of popular culture consumption - malls; leisure/amenity- perks; Elitist - high end golf courses; immorality - las vegas, adult stores, highly debatable
problems with diffusion of popular culture 1) will folk culture survive? - they are adapting too, people are always changing 2) dominance of western perspectives 3) less responsive to environmental diversity
basic beliefs of anabaptists/plain people 1) adult baptism 2) shunning (varies) 3)social separation from world 4) reject violence and weapons 5) refusal to swear oaths 6) submission (humility and simplicity)
inherent value hypothesis We do not follow-some languages are inherently more attractive than others; certain ways of being "nicely spoken" are biologically wired into us.
social connotations hypothesis follow. favor a view proposing that the pleasantness or unpleasantness of a language variety is a time honored social convention; pleasantness of a language variety are contingent on the social attributes of the speakers of it;
Created by: meganmcgee