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  • 1. Know and be able to INDUSTRIALIZATION ANDDEVELOPMENTKNOWagglomeration economies primary sector break-of-bulk labor-intensivebasic (non-basic productivity brownfield least-cost theoryindustries) quaternary sector bulk-gaining industry location theoryBrandt Line raw material orientation bulk-reducing industry manufacturing regioncomparative advantage regional multiplier capital mass productionDependency Theory Rostow’s “Modernizationdeveloping country Model” complementarity nonbasic industryeconomic indicators secondary sector cottage industry outsourcingeconomic development subsistence economy deindustrialization primary industrygross national product sustainable development export processing zone raw materialsHDI tertiary sector footloose industry site characteristicsimport substitution trickle-down effects “Fordism” (Post-Fordism) situation characteristicsLDC value addedliteracy rate agglomeration industrial inertia secondary industrymarket-orientation assembly line Industrial Revolution Varignon frameMDC infrastructure Weber, Alfred basic industryneo-colonialism economies of scaleBE ABLE TO□ use examples of human welfare indicators to distinguish between relatively developed and less developed countries.□ use examples of economic indicators to classify countries as less developed or relatively developed.□ draw the Brandt line on a world or regional map and give examples of elements of the core and periphery.□ discuss specific examples of “semi-peripheral” countries, explaining why they are so labeled.□ compare and contrast different theories and models of economic development and the relationship between LDCs and relatively developed countries.□ provide examples of the different sectors of a country’s economy and explain the economic relationship between them.□ explain the Industrial Revolution by: o describing its origin o describing its diffusion and current pattern of industrial regions.□ mapping regional manufacturing zones in different regions of with different specific strengths.□ compare and contrast pre-industrial, industrial, and post-industrial life and landscape and give examples of each.□ describing how site and situation factors influence the location of manufacturing and give examples.□ explain the location of industry by: o contrasting raw material-oriented with market-oriented industries o explaining Weber’s “least-cost” theory o discussing break-of-bulk o defining “footloose” industries□ discuss the problems created by industrialization in: o developed countries
  • 2. o developing countries 189