Chapter 9 - Politics of territory and space
- University of Colorado Boulder
- Geography 1982
- Chapter 9 - Politics of territory and space
Last Modified: 2011-12-10
2. territorial growth follows other aspects of development
3. a state grows by absorbing smaller units
4. the frontier is the peripheral organ of the state; hence, it is not permanent
5. states in the course of their growth seek to absorb politically valuable territory
6. the impetus for growth comes to a primitive state from a more highly developed civilization
portrays the state as behaving like a biological organism, with its growth and change seen as natural and inevitable
may include both land and water
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