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The religious doctrine of ahimsa, which discourages violence against other living beings, is best associated with which of the following regions? (A) North Africa (B) Western Europe (C) Arabian Peninsula (D) Andes Mountains (E) Indian Subcontinent 129. The persistence of ethnic urban enclaves in major American cities could be cited as evidence to support all of the following phenomena EXCEPT (A) chain migration (B) residential segregation (C) structural assimilation (D) multiculturalism (E) multinucleated urban structure 130.
B) Describe how each of these five elements is thematically represented in Sandra’s mental map. (C) Briefly explain two major ways that cognitive maps differ from more objective cartographic representations of space. 194. The idea that the earth’s surface can be territorially divided into different cultural regions offers an effective approach for organizing space in human geography. Yet despite the effectiveness of the cultural region approach, there is clearly no one right way to organize geographies of culture into distinct regions.
A) Increased immigration (B) Decreased emigration (C) Increased birth rate (D) Decreased death rate (E) Increased fertility rates 59. Food availability, which can control population size, is an example of a (A) control factor (B) supply factor (C) regulating factor (D) limiting factor (E) managing factor 60. In general, which of the following is true about carrying capacity and population? (A) Above carrying capacity, population size increases. (B) Above carrying capacity, population size decreases.
500 AP Human Geography Questions to Know by Test Day by Jason Flowers