By Jason Flowers
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The age-specific fertility rate (ASFR) among women in the United States from 1955 to 1995 indicates that (A) women are having more children and starting families earlier in life (B) women are having more children and starting families later in life (C) women are having fewer children and starting families earlier in life (D) women are having fewer children and starting families later in life (E) there is no change in timing or child birth rates during this time period 63. For an emigrant, war in his or her homeland is an example of a (A) push factor (B) draw factor (C) pull factor (D) force factor (E) driving factor 64.
Which of the following toponyms best belongs in a formal culture region defined by common traits of Catholicism and Spanish language? (A) Dar es Salaam (B) Saint Paul (C) San Jose (D) Tel Aviv (E) Fauske 144. Which of the following regions is characterized as a zone of conflict between Muslim and Hindu ethnic groups? (A) Kurdistan (B) Chechnya (C) Kashmir (D) East Timor (E) The West Bank 145. All of the following are examples of iconic, secular landscapes EXCEPT (A) the Eiffel Tower (B) Yosemite Valley (C) the Lincoln Memorial (D) the Great Wall of China (E) the Dome of the Rock 146.
Cite two real-world examples to help illustrate your explanation. 42. The concept of placelessness was coined in human geography in the 1970s to describe places that feel inauthentic or lack a unique sense of identity. Many geographers theorize that a sense of placelessness is becoming more prevalent among people living in modern, highly developed societies. Discuss how each of the following has contributed to this sense of placelessness in developed societies. (A) Popular culture (B) Industrialization (C) Globalization (D) Mobility CHAPTER 2 Population 43.
500 AP Human Geography Questions to Know by Test Day by Jason Flowers