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  • 1. Chapter 7: Key Issue 1WHERE ARE ETHNICITIES DISTRIBUTED?1. Define ethnicity:2. Define race:3. In the table, identify the United States’ four major ethnic groups (other than “white”). Give their percentage of the total U.S. population and shade areas in which they are clustered on the above map. Ethnic Group % of Population 1 2 3 44. What are the two major Hispanic/Latino groups in the United States?5. What are the major Asia groups in the United States?6. Provide an example to illustrate that African-Americans or Latinos in the US are more urbanized (likely to live in cities) than whites.7. In what region of a typical American city are ethnic groups concentrated? Why there?8. Complete the table below to summarize the historic migration patterns of African-Americans: Migration from Africa Migration to the North Migration within cities (ghetto) 138
  • 2. 9. In terms of the concept of race… a. What is the “problem” with the way the U.S. Census Bureau defines “Asian”? b. What’s the difference between “African-American” and “black”? c. How does the U.S. Census Bureau consider Latino/Hispanic?10. What is racism?11. Describe each of the following concepts dealing with the geography of race.• Separate but equal…• “White Flight”• “Blockbusting”12. Complete the case study a. Define apartheid: b. Explain the key components of the apartheid system. c. Complete the following timeline of South African history and annotate the map. • 1652 • 1795 • 1833 • 1860s-70s • 1902 • 1948 • 1970s-80s • Late 1970 • 1991 • 1994 Fold the page at the dotted line and then glue this part of the page into your notebook.

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