The political, economic, and cultural domination of African, American, Asian, and Middle Eastern societies by European power.
A form of governmental rule in which leaders are chosen by some form of electoral process and that respects the rule of law.
study of interaction of physical and human phenomena at individual places and of how interactions among places form patterns and organize space.
social and political power
political, economic, and cultural domination of a country or area by another country
International Governmental Organization (IGO)
organization with an international membership, scope, or presence that advances global or regional common interests
Nongovernmental Organization (NGO)
a legally constituted nongovernmental, nonprofit organization
Trasnational Corporation (TNC)
Any corporation registered and operates in more than one country at a time
study or practice of making maps or globes
Global positioning system (GPS)
developed from satellite navigation systems developed for the military
Geographic Information System (GIS)
A system of hardware and software used for storage, retrieval, mapping, and analysis of geographical data
Deterritorialization or superterritorialization
transcend territorial distance and geopolitical borders
region characterized by shared physical or human geography
region characterized by its function, such as a city, jurisdiction, territory, or delivery area
An area that in general has shared (correlative) regional characteristics
synonym for map
scale, centering, orientation
military seizure of power through undemocratic means. Africa has been plagued by them
Historical accounts that use new evidence to revise generally accepted or traditional versions of the past
In the mid-ninteenth century, Karl Marx theorized that historical development was not a clash of ideas, as George Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel positioned, but a struggle between classes based on their material possessions. Marx advocated violent overthrow by the working class
where a geographic phenomenon is. Includes absolute, relative, and nominal location
Imposing one cultural and cultural values
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