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Like no other textbook, Pulsipher and Pulsipher’s World Regional Geography humanizes geographical issues by representing the lives of women, men, and children in various regions of the globe.  It makes global patterns of trade and consumption meaningful for students by gauging their affect on all regions of the world and the daily lives of ordinary people.

 

 

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Also available World Regional Geography, Fourth Edition without Subregions
September 2007 (©2008), paper, 475 pages, 0-7167-8522-6

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781429204989
  • Publisher: Freeman, W. H. & Company
  • Publication date: 10/26/2007
  • Edition description: Fourth Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 150
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Brief Table of Contents

1. Geography: An Exploration of Connections
2. North America
3. Middle and South America
4. Europe
5. Russia and the Newly Independent States
6. North Africa and Southwest Asia
7. Subsaharan Africa
8. South Asia
9. East Asia
10. Southeast Asia
11. Oceania: Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific

 

Complete Contents

1. GEOGRAPHY: AN EXPLORATION OF CONNECTIONS
  Where is it? Why is it There?
  What is Geography?
  Geographers’ Visual Tools
   Longitude and Latitude
   Map Projections
   The Detective Work of Photo Interpretation

  The Region as a Concept
  Globalization and Interregional Linkages
    India: Hole in the Wall
 

CULTURAL AND SOCIAL GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Ethnicity and Culture—Slippery Concepts
  Globalization and Cultural Change
  Cultural Markers
   Values
   Religion and Belief Systems
   Language
   Material Culture and Technology
   Gender Issues
   Race
 

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY: PERSPECTIVES ON THE EARTH
  Landforms: The Sculpting of the Earth
   Plate Tectonics
   Landscape Processes

  Climate
   Tempreature and Air Pressure
   Precipitation
   Climate Regions

THE ORIGINS OF AGRICULTURE: HUMAN INTERACTION WITH THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC ISSUES IN GEOGRAPHY
  Workers in the Global Economy
  What is the Economy?
  What is the Global Economy?
  The Debate over Free Trade and Globalization
 MEASURES OF DEVELOPMENT
  Gross Domestic Product Per Capita
  Human Well-Being Measures
 POPULATION PATTERNS
  Global Patterns of Population Growth
  Local Variations in Populations Density and Growth
  Age and Gender Structures
  Population Growth Rates and Wealth
 HUMANS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  Sustainable Development
   Sustainable Agriculture
   Sustainability and Urbanization
   Changing Patterns of Resource Consumption

  Global Warming
 

POLITICAL ISSUES IN GEOGRAPHY
  Geopolitics
  Nations and Borders
  International Cooperation

 

 

CHAPTER 2. NORTH AMERICA
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in North America

 

I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Climate

  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Peopling of North America
   The European Transformation
   Expansion West of the Mississippi

  European Settlement and Native Americans
   The Changing Social Composition of North America
  Population Patterns

 II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
   The National and Global Geopolitical Repercussions of the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001
  Relationships Between Canada and the United States
   Asymmetries
   Similarities
   Interdependencies

  Economic and Political Issues
   North America’s Changing Agricultural Economy
   Changing Transport Networks and the North American Economy
   The New Service and Technology Economy

    At the Global Scale: Wal-Mart
   Globalization and the Economy
   Canadian and U.S. Responses to Economic Change
   Systems of Government: Shared Ideals, Different Trajectories
   Gender in National Politics and Economics

  Sociocultural Issues
   Urbanization
   Immigration
     At the Global Scale: Ethnicity in Toronto
     Mexico: A Death in the Desert
   Race and Ethnicity in North America
   Religion
   Gender and the American Family
   Aging
  Environmental Issues
   Hazardous Waste
   Air Pollution
   Loss of Habitat for Plants and Animals
   Water Resource Depletion
  Measures of Human Well-Being

 

 III SUBREGIONS OF NORTH AMERICA
  New England and Canada’s Atlantic Provinces
  Québec
  The Old Economic Core
  The American South (The Southeast)
  The Great Plains and Breadbasket
    At the Local Scale: Meat Packing in the Great Plains
  The Continental Interior
  The Pacific Northwest
  Southern California and the Southwest
  Reflections on North America
  Chapter Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

CHAPTER 3: MIDDLE AND SOUTH AMERICA
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in Middle and South America

 

 I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Climate

  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Peopling of Middle and South America
   The Conquest
   A Global Exchange of Crops and Animals
   The Legacy of Underdevelopment

  Population Patterns
   Population Numbers and Distribution
   Migration and Urbanization

    At the Local Scale: Mexico City
    At the Local Scale: Curitiba, Brazil: A Model of Urban Planning
 

II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Economic and Political Issues
   Phases of Economic Development: Globalization and Income Disparity
   Phases of Economic Development: Structural Adjustment
   The Informal Economy
    At the Local Scale: The Informal Economy in Peru
   Regional Trade and Trade Agreements
    Guatemala/Mexico: Coffee Country
   Agriculture and Contested Space
    At the Global Scale: The Power to Map, an international movement by indigenous people
   Is Democracy Rising?
  Sociocultural Issues
   Cultural Diversity
   Race and the Social Significance of Skin Color
   The Family and Gender Roles
   Children in Poverty
   Religion in Contemporary Life

  Environmental Issues
   Tropical Forestlands in the Global Economy
    At the Local Scale: Ecotourism in the Ecuadorian Amazon
   The Environment and Economic Development
  Measures of Human Well-Being
   A Rising Threat to Human Well-Being

 

 III SUBREGIONS OF MIDDLE AND SOUTH AMERICA
  The Caribbean
   Cuba and Puerto Rico Compared
   Haiti and Barbados Compared

  Mexico
   The Geographic Distribution of Economic Sectors
   NAFTA and the Maquiladora Phenomenon
   Migration
  Central America
   Environmental Concerns
   Civil Conflict
  The Northern Andes and Caribbean Coast
   The Guianas
   Venezuela
   Colombia

  The Central Andes
   Environments, Settlement Patterns, and Production in the Central Andes
   Social Inequalities and Social Unrest
  The Southern Cone
   The Economies of the Southern Cone
   Buenos Aires: A Primate City

  Brazil
   Urbanization
    At the Local Scale: African-derived religions help harried urban dwellers
   Brasilia
  Reflections on Middle and South America
  Chapter Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

CHAPTER 4: EUROPE
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in Europe
 

I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Vegetation
   Climate

  Human Patterns Over Time
   Sources of European Culture
   The Evolution of Feudalism as a Social, Economic and Political System
   The Rise of Towns
   Europe Looks Abroad
   The Evolution of European Cities
   An Age of Revolutions
   Europe’s Difficult Twentieth Century
  Population Patterns
   Population Density and Access to Resources
   Modern Urbanization in Europe
   Europe’s Aging Population
 

II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Economic and Political Issues
   Goals of the European Union
   Central Europe and the European Union
   Future Paths of EU Organizational Development

    Cultural Insight: The Hungarian Sausage Experience and the EU
   Economic Change in Europe
   Agriculture in Europe
  Sociocultural Issues
   Open Borders Bring Immigrants, Cultural Complexity, Needed

   Taxpayers and Worries
    At the Global Scale: Soccer: The Most Popular Sport in the World
    At the Regional Scale: Muslims in Europe
   European Ideas about Gender
   Social Welfare Systems

  Environmental Issues
    At the Local Scale: The Guerrilla Gardeners of London
   Air Pollution
   Pollution of the Seas
    Spain: The Lawless Sea
  Measures of Human Well-Being
 

III SUBREGIONS OF EUROPE
  West Europe
   Benelux
    At the Global Scale: The Chocolate Standards War
   France
   Germany
   The British Isles
  South Europe
   Spain
   Italy
  North Europe
   Scandinavia
   The Baltic States

  Central Europe
   The Difficulties of Economic Transition
   Progress in Economic Transition
   New Experiences with Democracy

   Southeastern Europe: Understanding an Armed Conflict
  Reflections on Europe
  Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

CHAPTER 5. RUSSIA AND THE NEWLY INDEPENDENT STATES
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in Russia and the Newly Independent States
 

I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Climate and Vegetation

  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Rise of the Russian Empire
   The Communist Revolution and its Aftermath
   World War II and the Cold War
   The Post Soviet Years

  Population Patterns
   Recent Population Changes
    At the Local Scale: Urban Gardens

 

 II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Economic and Political Issues
   The Former Command Economy
    At the Local Scale:Norilsk, an Industrial City in Transition to a Global, Free-Market Economy
   Reform in the Post-Soviet Era
    Moscow: Rich in Russia: The Brave New World of Young

    Capitalists and Tycoons
    At the Local Scale: Moonshine in Moscow
   Supplying Oil and Gas to the World
   Greater Integration with Europe and the United States
   Political Reforms in the Post-Soviet Era
   Russia’s Internal Republics
  Sociocultural Issues
   Cultural Dominance of Russians and Other Slavs
   Cultural Revival in the Post-Soviet Era
   The Social Effects of Unemployment and Loss of the Safety Net
   Gender and Opportunity in Free-Market Russia

    At the Regional Scale: The Trade in Women
   Corruption and Social Instability
   Impatience with the Present, Nostalgia for the Past

  Environmental Issues
   Resource Extraction and Environmental Degradation
   Urban and Industrial Pollution
   Nuclear Pollution

  Measures of Human Well-Being
 

III SUBREGIONS OF RUSSIA AND THE NEWLY INDEPENDENT STATES
  Russia
   European Russia
   Siberian Russia
   The Russian Far East

  Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine
   Belarus
   Moldova and Ukraine

    At the Local Scale: Sustaining Women Farmers in Ukraine
  Caucasia: Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan
  The Central Asian Republics
   The Physical Setting
   Central Asia in World History
   The Soviet and Post-Soviet Eras
   Geopolitics in the Central Asian Oil Fields
   The Free Market in Central Asia

  Reflections on Russia and the Newly Independent States
  Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

CHAPTER 6. NORTH AFRICA AND SOUTHWEST ASIA
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in North Africa and Southwest Asia

 

 I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Climate
   Landforms and Vegetation
  Human Patterns Over Time
   Sites of Early Cultivation
   The Emergence of Gender Roles
   The Coming of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
   The Spread of Islam
   Western Domination and State Formation
   The Creation of the State of Israel on Palestinian Lands

  Population Patterns
   Gender Roles and Population Growth
   Migration and Urbanization
   Refugees

 

II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Sociocultural Issues
   Religion in Daily Life
    Cultural Insight: The Five Pillars of Islamic Practice
    At the Global Scale: The Diversity of Islam
   Role of Religion in Society
   Family Values
   Gender Roles and Gender Spaces

    Cultural Insight: The Veil
   The Lives of Children
   Language and Diversity
   Islam in a Globalizing World

    At the Regional Scale: The Evolving Role of the Press
  Economic and Political Issues
   The Oil Economy
   The Traditional Economy: Agriculture and Herding
   Economic Diversification and Growth
   Side Effects of Development Efforts
   The Economic and Political Legacy of Outside Influence

    Iraq: The Road to Kirkuk
    At the Global Scale: Terrorism as an Aconomic and Political Strategy
   The Tension Between Religion and Democracy
   Reform Efforts from Within the Arab Community

    At the Global Scale
  Environmental Issues
   Water Availability
    At the Regional Scale: Turkey’s Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP)
   Desertification
  Measures of Human Well-Being
 

III SUBREGIONS OF NORTH AFRICA AND SOUTHWEST ASIA
  The Maghreb
   Violence in Algeria
  The Nile: Sudan and Egypt
   Sudan
   Egypt

  The Arabian Peninsula
  The Eastern Mediterranean
  The Northeast: Turkey, Iran and Iraq
   Turkey
   Iran
   Iraq

  Reflections on North Africa and Southwest Asia
  Chapter Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

 

CHAPTER 7. SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in Sub-Saharan Africa

 I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Climate

  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Peopling of Africa and Beyond
   Early Agriculture, Industry, and Trade in Africa
   Europeans and the Slave Trade
   The Scramble to Colonize Africa
   Case Study: The Colonization of South Africa
   The Aftermath of Independence
  Population Patterns
   Africa’s Carrying Capacity
   Population Growth
   Population and Public Health
   HIV-AIDS in Africa

 

 II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Economic and Political Issues
    At the Local Scale: Big Changes Come to Myeka High School
   Agricultural and Natural Resources
   The Current Economic Crisis
   Alternative Pathways to Economic Development
   Political Issues: Colonial Legacies and African Adaptations
    Nigeria: The Road North: What the Miss World Riots Reveal about a Divided Country”
   Shifts in African Geopolitics
    At the Regional Scale: African Women Become Active in Politics and Civil Society
  Sociocultural Issues
   Settlement Patterns
   Religion

    At the Regional Scale: The Gospel of Success
   Gender Relationships
   Female Circumcision
   Ethnicity and Language

  Environmental Issues
   Desertification
   Forest Vegetation as a Resource
   Wildlife and National Parks
   Water

  Measures of Human Well-Being

 III SUBREGIONS OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
  West Africa
    At the Regional Scale: Water Management in the Niger River Basin
   Conflict in Coastal West Africa
  Central Africa
   Congo (Kinshasa): A Case Study of Devolution
  East Africa
   The Interior Valleys and Uplands
   The Coastal Lowlands
   The Islands
   Kenya and Tanzania: Case Studies in Contested Space

  Southern Africa
   South Africa: A Model for Southern Africa
  Reflections on Sub-Saharan Africa
  Chapter Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

 

CHAPTER 8. SOUTH ASIA
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in South Asia

 I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Climate
  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Indus Valley Civilization
   A Series of Invasions
   The Legacies of Colonial Rule

    At the Global Scale: The Indian Diaspora
  Population Patterns
   Population Growth Factors in South Asia
    At the Regional Scale: Should Children Work?
   HIV-AIDS in South Asia
 

II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Sociocultural Issues
   Village Life
   City Life
   Language and Ethnicity
   Religion
   Caste
   Geographic and Social Patterns in the Status of Women

  Economic Issues
   Agriculture and the Green Revolution
   Industry over Agriculture: A Vision of Self-Sufficiency
   Economic Reform: Achieving Global Competitiveness
    At the Global Scale: Wall Street Moves to Dalal Street
    Bhutan: The Last Place
  Political Issues
   Caste and Democracy
   Religious Nationalism

    At the Regional Scale: Babar’s Mosque or Ram’s Temple: The Geography of Religious Nationalism
   Regional Political Conflicts
   War and Reconstruction in Afghanistan
   The Future of Democracy

  Environmental Issues
   Deforestation
    At the Local Scale: A Visit to the Nilgiri Hills
   Water Issues
   Industrial Pollution
  Measures of Human Well-Being

 

 II SUBREGIONS OF SOUTH ASIA
  Afghanistan and Pakistan
   Afghanistan
   Pakistan
  Himalayan Country
    At the Local Scale: Salt for Grain and Beans: A Geography of Trade
  Northwest India
  Northeastern and South Asia
   The Ganga-Brahmaputra Delta
   West Bengal

    At the Local Scale: Kolkata’s Building Boom
   Far Eastern India
   Bangladesh
  Central India
  Southern South Asia
   Bangalore and Chennai
   Kerala

    At the Local Scale: Kerala’s Fishing Industry
   Sri Lanka
  Reflections on South Asia
  Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

 

CHAPTER 9 EAST ASIA
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in East Asia
 

I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Climate
  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Beginnings of Chinese Civilization
   Confucianism
   China’s Preeminence
   European Imperialism in East Asia
   China’s Turbulent Twentieth Century
   Japan Becomes a World Leader
   Conflict and Transfers of Power in East Asia

  Population Patterns
   Declining Population Growth
    At the Local Scale: An Aging Population and the Immigration Debate in Japan
   HIV-AIDS in East Asia
 

II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Political and Economic Issues
   The Japanese Model
   The Communist Command Economy
   Globalization and Market Reforms in China

    At the Global Scale: China’s Button Town Fights Itself for Global Market Share
    At the Regional Scale: The Information Highway in China—It’s Censored!
  Sociocultural Issues
   Population Policies and the East Asian Family
   Family and Work in Industrialized East Asia
   Indigenous Minorities

  Environmental Issues
   Air Pollution in China
    At the Local Scale: The Three Gorges Dam
   Water in China: Too Much, Too Little, and Polluted
   Environmental Problems Elsewhere in East Asia

  Measures of Human Well-Being

 III SUBREGIONS OF SOUTH ASIA
  China’s Northeast
   The Loess Plateau
   The North China Plain
   China’s Far Northeast
   Beijing and Tianjin

  Central China
   Sichuan Province
    At the Local Scale: Silk and Sericulture
   The Central and Coastal Plains
    At the Local Scale: Shanghai’s Urban Environment
    At the Global Scale: The Overseas Chinese
  China’s Far North and West
   Xinjiang
   The Plateau of Tibet
  Southern China
   The Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau
   The Southeastern Coast
   Hong Kong
   Macao
  Japan
   Food Production and the Challenge of Limited Resources
   Living in Japan
   Working in Japan

  Taiwan
  Korea, North and South
   Contrasting Political Systems
   Contrasting Economies

  Mongolia
   History
   The Communist Era in Mongolia
   Recent Economic Issues
   Gender Roles

  Reflections on East Asia
  Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

 

CHAPTER 10. SOUTHEAST ASIA
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in Southeast Asia

 

 I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Landforms
   Climate
  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Peopling of Southeast Asia
   Cultural Influences
   Colonization
   Struggles for Independence

    Cambodia: Pol Pot’s Shadow
  Population Patterns
   Population Dynamics
   Southeast Asia’s HIV-AIDS Tragedy

 

II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Economic and Political Issues
   Agriculture
   Patterns of Industrialization

    At the Regional Scale: Tourism Development in the Greater Mekong Basin
   Economic Crisis and Recovery: The Perils of Globalization
   The Association of Southeast Asian Nations
   Pressures For and Against Democracy

    Cultural Insight: Pancasilia: Indonesia’s National Industry
  Sociocultural Issues
   Cultural Pluralism
   Religious Pluralism
   Family, Work, and Gender
   Migration

  Environmental Issues
   Deforestation
   Mining
   Air Pollution
  Measures of Human Well-Being

 III SUBREGIONS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
  Mainland Southeast Asia: Burma and Thailand
   Burma
   Is Thailand an Economic Tiger?

    At the Local Scale: The Yadana Project: A Joing Venture with Mixed Results
  Mainland Southeast Asia: Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia
   Vietnam
  Island and Peninsular Southeast Asia: Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei
   Malaysia
   Singapore

  Indonesia and Timor-Leste
  The Philippines
  Reflections on Southeast Asia
  Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

 

 

CHAPTER 11. OCEANIA: AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND THE PACIFIC
  Global Patterns, Local Lives
  Themes to Explore in Oceania

 

 I THE GEOGRAPHIC SETTING
   Terms to be Aware of
  Physical Patterns
   Continent Formation
   Island Formation
   Climate
   Flora and Fauna

  Human Patterns Over Time
   The Peopling of Oceania
   Arrival of the Europeans
   The Colonization of Australia and New Zealand
   Oceania’s Ties with Other Countries

  Population Patterns
   Population Growth and Distribution in Oceania
   Urbanization in the Pacific Islands

 II CURRENT GEOGRAPHIC ISSUES
  Sociocultural Issues
   Ethnic Roots Reexamined
   Forging Unity in Oceania
   Women’s Roles in Oceania
   Being a Man: Persistence and Change

  Economic and Political Issues
   From Export to Service Economies
   Tourism in Oceania
   New Asian Orientations

  Environmental Issues
   Australia: Human Settlement in an Arid, Urbanized Land
   New Zealand: Losses of Forest and Wildlife
   The Pacific Islands: At Risk from Global Trends

  Measures of Human Well-Being
  Reflections on Oceania
  Chapter Key Terms
  Critical Thinking Questions

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