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Geography
Course
GEOG 1120
Professor
J.Wright
Semester
Fall

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Regionalism the basis of GEOG 1120 Regionalism -divides countries into different parts -exert Regionalism of Canada -prone to regionalization, making it a country of regions -consists of several distinct regions -not a homogeneous ( defof the same kind) state -geographic size and physical geography create natural regional divisions -continentalism -physiographic regions have a north/south orientation that encourages internal divisions within Canada and on a North America scale, continentalism -ea. region experienced a different pattern of historic settlement & relationship with aboriginals -together provided a distinct cultural base -in turn, the more recent immigration of people from around the world ha
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