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    • 2.

      Types of maps

    • 3.

      Mental maps

      • a)

        activity spaces

      • b)

        activity: activity space of Port Charlotte maps

    • 4.

      Maps and technology

      • a)

        applied activity: Kruby, Chapter 1 “True Maps, False Impressions: Making, Manipulating, and Interpreting Maps”

  • C)

    Spatial analysis and distribution

    • 1.

      process=pattern

    • 2.

      Five themes of Geography

    • 3.

      Cultural landscape

    • 4.

      Regions

    • 5.

      Connectivity and diffusion

    • 6.

      Environmental determinism vs. possibilities

D). Unit I Exam

II. Unit 2 Population C1: a systematic study of human geography. C3: instruction on spatial relationships at different scales ranging from the local to the global. Required Reading: DeBlij Chapter 2&3

  • A)

    Population patterns

    • 1.

      Density and distribution

    • 2.

      Scale

  • B)

    Natural changes in population

    • 1.

      Models

      • a)

        demographic transition model

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