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APHG Unit 1.6-1.7

Words from learning objective 1.6-1.7

TermDefinition
scales of analysis a scale that determines what is being studies based on the size of the area being examined.
global relating to, or involving the entire world; comprehensive
regional relating to or characteristic of a region
national relating to a nation or country
local relating to or occurring in a particular area, city, or town; located or living nearby
landscape large areas with similar characteristics
region an area distinguished by a unique combination of trends
Formal/Uniform Region an area in which everyone shares in common one or more distinctive characteristics
Functional/Nodal Region region marked by a particular set of activities that occur
Perceptual/vernacular region a region that exists as an idea
overlapping ideas or concepts that carry over into different regions
regional analysis analyzing regions at a variety of scales--global, national, local
infrastructure basic physical and organizational structures needed for the operation of a society and its economy
intervening obstacle is an environmental or cultural feature that hinders migration
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