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  • 1. “ Resources and Regions: The Global Distribution of Industry” Chapter 25
  • 2. Major Industrial Regions of the World West and Central Europe Eastern North America Russia and Ukraine East Asia
  • 3. Industrialization through World War I Europe
  • 4. Industrialization through World War I North America
  • 5. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --increasing dependence on oil and natural gas
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  • 7. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions North America
  • 8. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions North America
  • 9. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Europe
  • 10. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Europe
  • 11. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Former Soviet Union
  • 12. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions Eastern Asia
  • 13. Mid-to-late 20th Century industrialization --emergence of secondary manufacturing regions South Asia
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  • 15. What is a growth pole?
    • …An urban center that has certain attributes that , if augmented by a measure of investment support, will stimulate regional economic development
  • 16. What is deindustrialization? Where and why is it occurring?
  • 17.