El Mundo y Sus Gentes: Hemisferio Oriental


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780078683763
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 3/11/2005
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Student
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 702
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.30 (d)

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Table of Contents

THE WORLD & ITS PEOPLE EASTERN HEMISPHERE ©2005 TABLE OF CONTENTSUnit 1 The World Chapter 1 Looking at the Earth

Section 1 Thinking Like a Geographer Section 2 The Earth in Space Section 3 Forces Shaping the Earth Section 4 Landforms and Waterways
Chapter 2 Water, Climate, and Vegetation
Section 1 The Water Planet Section 2 Climate Section 3 Climate Zones and Vegetation Section 4 An Environmental Balance
Chapter 3 The World’s People
Section 1 Understanding Culture Section 2 Population Patterns Section 3 Resources and World Trade Section 4 Technology “Shrinks” the World
Unit 2 Europe Chapter 4 Europe-Early History
Section 1 Classical Greece and Rome Section 2 Medieval Europe Section 3 From Renaissance to Revolution
Chapter 5 Europe-Modern History
Section 1 The Modern Era Emerges Section 2 A Divided Continent Section 3 Moving Toward Unity
Chapter 6 Western Europe Today
Section 1 The British Isles Section 2 France and the Benelux Countries Section 3 Germany and the Alpine Countries Section 4 The Nordic Nations Section 5 Southern Europe
Chapter 7 The New Eastern Europe
Section 1 Poland and the Baltic Republics Section 2 Hungarians, Czechs, and Slovaks Section 3 Rebuilding the Balkan Countries Section 4 Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova
Unit 3 Russia & the Eurasian Republics Chapter 8 Russia’s Landscape and History
Section 1 A Vast Land Section 2 A Troubled History
Chapter 9 The New Russia and Independent Republics
Section 1 From Communism to Free Enterprise Section 2 Russia’s People and Culture Section 3 The Republics Emerge
Unit 4 North Africa and Southwest Asia Chapter 10 Birthplace of Civilization
Section 1 Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt Section 2 Three World Religions
Unit 4 North Africa and Southwest Asia Chapter 11 North Africa Today
Section 1 Egypt Section 2 Libya and the Maghreb
Chapter 12 Southwest Asia
Section 1 Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan Section 2 Israel and the Palestinian Territories Section 3 The Arabian Peninsula Section 4 Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan
Unit 5 Africa South of the Sahara Chapter 13 West Africa
Section 1 Nigeria-African Giant Section 2 The Sahel and Coastal West Africa
Chapter 14 Central and East Africa
Section 1 Central Africa Section 2 People of Kenya and Tanzania Section 3 Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi Section 4 The Horn of Africa
Chapter 15 Southern Africa-A Varied Region
Section 1 The New South Africa Section 2 Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Botswana Section 3 Coastal and Island Countries
Unit 6 Asia Chapter 16 South Asia
Section 1 India-Rajahs to Republic Section 2 Pakistan and Bangladesh Section 3 Mountain Kingdoms, Island Republics
Chapter 17 China and Its Neighbors
Section 1 China’s Land and New Economy Section 2 Dynasties to Communism Section 3 China’s Neighbors
Chapter 18 Japan and the Koreas
Section 1 Japan-Past and Present Section 2 The Two Koreas
Chapter 19 Southeast Asia
Section 1 Life on the Mainland Section 2 Diverse Island Cultures
Unit 7 Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica Chapter 20 Australia and New Zealand
Section 1 Australia-Land Down Under Section 2 New Zealand
Chapter 21 Oceania and Antarctica
Section 1 Pacific Island Cultures and Economies Section 2 The Frozen Continent
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