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這是世界地理英文介紹ppt,包括了Different and similar world,Different and Changing Worlds,Globalization vs. Localization,Latitude and Longitude,Region’s dynamic features,Development of world regions等內容,歡迎點擊下載。

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World geography Chapter 1 Globalization and World Regions Different and similar world If you compared places, you would find… what the different is. what the common is. People Food Landscape Different and Changing Worlds Political, economic, and social experience and expectations are rapidly change nowadays. The physical shape of world isn’t change. But connecting among people bring places closer as cooperation, competition, and conflict with other peoples become more intense. 9/11 9/11 4 geographic levels to see Earth Global views from spacecraft show the contrasts between continental land areas and ocean waters. Major World regions are whole or large parts of continents and are the division used in this text for the regional chapters. Countries are the building blocks of major world regions. Local regions are parts of countries and the places where many individuals voice their concerns. Globalization vs. Localization Globalization Globalization is increasing level of interconnections among people throughout the world. The speed and intensity of globalization, in terms of world trade and the flow of financial investments, increased markedly in the 1990s. Globalization vs. Localization Localization is both response to and the outcome of globalization. On the one hand, global exchanges and flows of information, ideas, people, money, and technology move us toward worldwide political solutions, economic exchanges, cultural attitudes, and environmental concerns. On the other, localization focuses on distinctive identities of places or people in regions, countries, or local areas. Facets of Globalization Increasing connections take place through intensified flows of ideas, goods, and people: Ideas, technologies, and diseases; Goods from many place of manufacture; People migrations for work, political asylum, family consolidation, and long-distance tourism; The spread of images and message through the media of TV, film, the Internet and print. Facets of Localization Local voice remain loud in our consciousness and ensure that global trends are often far from being fulfilled. Political nationalism maintains separation countries and of groups within countries. Ex. Basque, Aceh Facets of Localization Despite globalization force, many local customs and practices preserve local identities. Ex. Pop music Changes and intensification of ideologies, especially religious or political beliefs. Ex. 三民主義 Religious difference among Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, and Hindu countries continue to be signification. Demonstrators resist the visible economic penetration of countries around the world by global media and corporations such as CNN, the Murdoch group, McDonald’s, Starbuck, Toyota, and Nike. Figure 1.3 Despite of globalization, the World remained diverse Political activity: Countries Act 1950-1991 Cold war North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) vs. Soviet Union Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) vs. Communist governments Southern Africa Development Coordination (SADCC) vs. apartheid UN become a world-wide level arbitrator Inside vs. Outside Economic Activities: Global Trends The numbers people living on < $1 per day 900 m (85%)(1820)1.4 b (30%)(1980) 1.2 b (20%)(2000) In the 1990s, the uneven spread of expanding global economic activities caused group of countries to enter into or revive regional economic agreements, mainly through trade. European Union (EU) North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Mercosur (southern South America) Association of South East Asian Countries South Africa Development conference US, the countries of western Europe and Japan Controlled nearly all the investment, production, and consumption of goods. China, India and Brazil increased their contribution. Wealthier people vs. Poorer people Cultural Activities: Major Regions, Local Voice One world culture? Did these wiped out the local cultural difference Cocacola-ization of eating and drinking habits the spread of Western TV, movies, pop music global markets for some consumer goods Ex. India Western cultural norms democracy, individual ,and human rights Materialism, consumerism, and superficial value Civilizations (World Cultures) Figure 1.6 Environmental issues at varied scales Earth is marked by a variety of natural environments that create differences among regions Natural environments affects human events at global, world regional, country, and local scales. world regional, country, or local scales: Prediction of hurricanelike storms, effects of acid rain, and damage from river floods and volcanic eruptions global scale: global warming, El Nino, the ozone hole over Antarctica, and the destruction of tropical rain forests Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1992), Kyoto, Japan (1997) What is geography about? Geography is study of where and how human and natural feature and events (political, economic, cultural, and environmental) are distributed on Earth’s surface, the relationships among them, how their distributions change over time, and how those features and relationships affect human lives. Subject matter The tensions among globalization, localization, and the continuing significance of country governments provide a basis changes and move toward either greater interdependence or conflict. Thus, geographers compare places and assess the interactions among them at different levels of geographic scale. Geographic methods Location Place Human/Environment interaction Movement Region First, geography is about place Place might be a Individual place Small town Large city Rural area Another state Another country Place might be perceived as points on a map or as large area. However, they all have different relationships to each other in terms of location, direction, distance, and size. Latitude and Longitude Figure 1.8 Distance and Direction Map and Scale Next, geography is about explaining the difference among place The two basic geographic concepts of place and location are combined in three main approaches to geographic information gathering and explaining Regional geography A region is a area of Earth’s surface with similarities within and between defined areas, or regions, of the world. Spatial analysis Human-environment relationship Regions and Globalization Regions are defined by A high degree of uniformity Limited variability More-or-less lasting boundaries Regional boundaries may include physical features, political boundaries, or economic characteristics. Region’s dynamic features Regions are also dynamic geographic entities that have distinctive internal and external flow patterns of such phenomena as people, goods, and ideas. Nodes are key features of regions, being specific places from which flows begin or through which of a set of nodes may define the boundary of a region. Flow feature Flows within and among regions include population migrations information from the media, Internet, or publications movements of money technology innovations in manufacturing process, information processing, or new transportation modes and ideology through political and regions within world regions The flows of geographic levels The dynamic elements of such flows within and among regions affect the prominence of regions within a countries of countries within world regions of world regions within the global system The characteristics of flows The variety of these flows is generated by path speed direction and the different relationship to social structure imposed by governments and other institutions. Breaks or interruptions in the flows may result in social problem such as inequities, injustices, and underresourced livelihoods at the local level. Changes in dynamic regions People create regions Regions shape people’s activities People remake regions Regions interact with other regions Regions are used by those in power Major world regions Europe Russia and Neighboring Countries East Asia Southern Asia and South Pacific South Asia North Africa and Southwestern Asia Africa South of the Sahara Latin America North America Figure 1.11 Development of world regions Early history (about 5000 B.C) Settle Farming City-State and Empires (2500-1000 B.C.) Trading Empires and “Classical” Civilizations (1000 B.C.- A.D.600) Disruptions, Migrations, and Feudalism (A.D. 600 - 1450) The modern, globalizing world Explorations and colonies ( around A.D. 1450) Industrialization (mid-1700s) Globalization, Countries, and Protectionism (1450- early 1800s)

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