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  • Text Reference: Key Issue 1 … Types of Jobs <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 13HOW THE FORCES OF COOPERATION AND CONFLICT AMONG PEOPLE INFLUENCE THE DIVISION AND CONTROL OF EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 4 … Development Through International Trade <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 4 … Development Through Self-Sufficiency <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 13HOW THE FORCES OF COOPERATION AND CONFLICT AMONG PEOPLE INFLUENCE THE DIVISION AND CONTROL OF EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 1 … Why Does Development Vary Among Countries? <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 4 … Financing Development <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 13HOW THE FORCES OF COOPERATION AND CONFLICT AMONG PEOPLE INFLUENCE THE DIVISION AND CONTROL OF EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 3 … Where Does Level of Development Vary by Gender? <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 13HOW THE FORCES OF COOPERATION AND CONFLICT AMONG PEOPLE INFLUENCE THE DIVISION AND CONTROL OF EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 4 … Financing Development <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 2 … Global Forces, Local Impacts text box <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 3 … Where Does Level of Development Vary by Gender? <br /> Difficulty Level: 2 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 3HOW TO ANALYZE THE SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF PEOPLE, PLACES, AND ENVIRONMENTS ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACE GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 13HOW THE FORCES OF COOPERATION AND CONFLICT AMONG PEOPLE INFLUENCE THE DIVISION AND CONTROL OF EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 18HOW TO APPLY GEOGRAPHY TO INTERPRET THE PRESENT AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE <br />
  • Text Reference: Key Issue 4 … Recent Triumphs of the International Trade Approach <br /> Difficulty Level: 3 <br /> Bloom&apos;s Taxonomy: Knowledge <br /> U.S. Geography Standard: <br /> GEOGRAPHY STANDARD 11THE PATTERNS AND NETWORKS OF ECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCE ON EARTH&apos;S SURFACEGEOGRAPHY STANDARD 13HOW THE FORCES OF COOPERATION AND CONFLICT AMONG PEOPLE INFLUENCE THE DIVISION AND CONTROL OF EARTH&apos;S SURFACE <br />

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  • The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography 10th Edition Classroom Response System Questions Chapter 9 © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-01 Regarding sector employment in MDCs and LDCs over the last 100 years, it is true that: A. B. C. D. E. the primary sector has increased in MDCs. the tertiary sector has decreased in MDCs. the primary sector has trended slightly lower in LDCs. the tertiary sector has increased in LDCs. the secondary sector has decreased in LDCs. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-01 Regarding sector employment in MDCs and LDCs over the last 100 years, it is true that: A. B. C. D. E. the primary sector has increased in MDCs. the tertiary sector has decreased in MDCs. the primary sector has trended slightly lower in LDCs. the tertiary sector has increased in LDCs. the secondary sector has decreased in LDCs. Explanation: Changes in agriculture and mining, e.g., engineered seeds, machinery, and irrigation, have begun to displace LDC workers from the primary sector. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-01 © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-02 According to Rostow’s development model, a country with a lot of heavy industry that uses modern technology is in A. B. C. D. E. stage 1, traditional society. stage 2, preconditions to takeoff. stage 3, takeoff. stage 4, drive to maturity. stage 5, age of mass consumption. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-02 According to Rostow’s development model, a country with a lot of heavy industry that uses modern technology is in A. B. C. D. E. stage 1, traditional society. stage 2, preconditions to takeoff. stage 3, takeoff. stage 4, drive to maturity. stage 5, age of mass consumption. Explanation: Heavy industry is the hallmark of Rostow’s fourth stage. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-03 The self-sufficiency approach to development A. has been supported by the United States. B. relies on free trade with more developed countries. C. has been the preferred approach for economic development over the last two decades. D. frequently suffers from inefficiency. E. relies on market forces with little guidance from government. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-03 The self-sufficiency approach to development A. has been supported by the United States. B. relies on free trade with more developed countries. C. has been the preferred approach for economic development over the last two decades. D. frequently suffers from inefficiency. E. relies on market forces with little guidance from government. Explanation: Economies seeking self-sufficiency often suffer from the related problems of large bureaucracies and inefficiency. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-04 Which of the following is among the factors considered when calculating a country’s Human Development Index score? A. B. C. D. E. average affluence rate crude birth rate literacy rate sulfate emissions per capita telephones per capita © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-04 Which of the following is among the factors considered when calculating a country’s Human Development Index score? A. B. C. D. E. average affluence rate crude birth rate literacy rate sulfate emissions per capita telephones per capita Explanation: A country’s HDI score is based on four factors: GDP, literacy, education, and life expectancy. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-04 © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-05 Foreign debt as a percentage of income is highest in A. B. C. D. E. Africa. East Asia. Eastern Europe. Middle East. South America. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-05 Foreign debt as a percentage of income is highest in A. B. C. D. E. Africa. East Asia. Eastern Europe. Middle East. South America. Explanation: While South American countries have accumulated the largest debts, the ratio of debt to annual income is highest in Africa. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-05 © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-06 Which of the following is among the factors considered when calculating a country’s Gender Empowerment Measure? A. B. C. D. E. number of women in elite professional sports balance of women to men working as real estate agents media image fairness number of women elected to government access to family planning and abortion © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-06 Which of the following is among the factors considered when calculating a country’s Gender Empowerment Measure? A. B. C. D. E. number of women in elite professional sports balance of women to men working as real estate agents media image fairness number of women elected to government access to family planning and abortion Explanation: GEM reflects women’s access to power and decision making. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-06 © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-07 Structural adjustment programs A. promote greater transparency in government development planning and spending. B. arrange for structural engineers to consult in LDCs. C. are designed and implemented by community focus groups. D. have been criticized for spending scarce development funds inefficient industries. E. seek to align the interests of farmers and consumers through fair trade labeling. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-07 Structural adjustment programs A. promote greater transparency in government development planning and spending. B. arrange for structural engineers to consult in LDCs. C. are designed and implemented by community focus groups. D. have been criticized for spending scarce development funds inefficient industries. E. seek to align the interests of farmers and consumers through fair trade labeling. Explanation: The IMF, World Bank, and MDCs commonly require structural adjustment programs before making or adjusting loans. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-08 In terms of economic sectors, Wal-Mart has an effect on the A. primary sector as one of the largest purchasers of agricultural goods. B. secondary sector because of the factories it owns around the world. C. secondary sector because of the way it manages its farms, forests, and mines. D. tertiary sector because of its recent expansion into steel and auto production. E. tertiary sector because it pays higher wages than other service sector employers. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-08 In terms of economic sectors, Wal-Mart has an effect on the A. primary sector as one of the largest purchasers of agricultural goods. B. secondary sector because of the factories it owns around the world. C. secondary sector because of the way it manages its farms, forests, and mines. D. tertiary sector because of its recent expansion into steel and auto production. E. tertiary sector because it pays higher wages than other service sector employers. Explanation: Wal-Mart, the second largest grocer in the U.S., has an effect on all three economic sectors. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-09 The Gender-Related Development Index is lowest in A. B. C. D. E. East Asia. Eastern Europe. North America. South America. Sub-Saharan Africa. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-09 The Gender-Related Development Index is lowest in A. B. C. D. E. East Asia. Eastern Europe. North America. South America. Sub-Saharan Africa. Explanation: Like HDI, GDI combines measures of income, literacy, education, and life expectancy in order to discern where women are treated as well as men. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-09 © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-10 All of the following statements about the World Trade Organization are true, except A. it promotes capitalist economic development. B. its member states account for roughly 70 percent of world trade. C. it seeks to lower tariffs. D. it adjudicates accusations of unfair trade practices. E. critics charge it is anti-democratic and compromises sovereignty. © 2011 Pearson Education,
  • 09-10 All of the following statements about the World Trade Organization are true, except A. it promotes capitalist economic development. B. its member states account for roughly 70 percent of world trade. C. it seeks to lower tariffs. D. it adjudicates accusations of unfair trade practices. E. critics charge it is anti-democratic and compromises sovereignty. Explanation: WTO members account for nearly 100% of world trade. © 2011 Pearson Education,