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Human Geography Chapter 5 Quiz

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Question 1:


a) as an area becomes smaller
b) as an area becomes bigger
c) with complete census data
d) Both a and c.
e) Both b and c.

Question 2:


a) resulting urbanization from the Industrial Revolution
b) accurate census data
c) strong state organization
d) Both a and b.
e) Both b and c.

Question 3:


a) a combination of economic, social, and political push and pull factors
b) rapid urbanization
c) cultural landscapes
d) population density

Question 4:


a) people living outside of their country of citizenship due to forced migration
b) people living inside of their country of citizenship due to forced migration
c) people who are separated from their group of cultural identity due to redefined country borders
d) Both a and c.
e) Both b and c.

Question 5:


a) free, forced, mass, and primitive
b) developmental, forced, free and push-pull
c) Ravensteinian, free, forced, and developmental
d) urbanization, economic, political and environmental

Question 6:


a) asylum seekers
b) refugees
c) internally displaced persons
d) All of the above.
e) None of the above.

Question 7:


a) macroeconomic indicators, such as gross domestic product per capita
b) the human development index
c) history of colonialism and the state of dependency of a country
d) All of the above.
e) None of the above.

Question 8:


a) free media
b) political stability
c) less corruption
d) fair distribution of aid
e) All of the above.

Question 9:


a) affects a proportion of the population comparable to AIDS
b) outbreaks can be predicted several months in advance
c) is concentrated in South East Asia
d) can be prevented through education
e) Both a and b

Question 10:


a) increased vulnerability to and difficulty in recovering from natural disasters
b) a higher prevalence of preventable illness and disease
c) Both a and c.
d) None of the above.