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GEOG 341 Lecture 8: Special Topics - Geograph of Africa - Week 8
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Population Geography 14A How is population distributedarranged in space Dynamics of human population are changes in birth, fertility, and mortality rates and sex and ethnic composition According to Population Reference Bur...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Arab Culture, Sub-Saharan Africa, Official Language
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Ethnic and Cultural Conflicts 16A Lasting effect of colonialism country boundaries made by Europe in Berlin Conference, 1884, and superimposed on existing native structure of lineage and clan groups, citystates and kingdom...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture 6: Special Topics - Geograph of Africa - Week 6
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Geography of Africa European Imperialism in Africa Imperialism: policy and practice of forming and maintaining an empire Need colonies for access to resources, both natural and human, to benefit the home country but not th...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Robert Mugabe, Kleptocracy, Black Nationalism
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Independence Movements Some starting in 171800s Many in 1900s, especially in 1930s and post WW2 What changed? o Western education of local elites inadvertently began by Europe in 20s 30s o European countries cultivated lo...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Itch, Sucks Blood, Tsetse Fly
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Medical Geography 15A Focus on diseases, locations, vectors, effects Disease ecology: who gets what, where, and why? Interaction of culture, socioeconomic factors, and environmental conditions to cause morbidity (illness) ...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Supercontinent, Afri, Gross National Income
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Geography of Africa Introduction to Geography Geography is a Spatial Science Spatial Relationships o How are things related through space o Study of humans interacting with their environment Two major divisions in geograph...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture 4: Special Topics - Geograph of Africa - Week 4
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Geography of Africa continued Axum Displaced Kush 100700 AD peak Rose from earlier, more ancient kingdoms Ancient ties to areas of modern Ethiopia and Yemen Claim descent from King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba At least a...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture 2: Special Topics - Geograph of Africa - Week 2
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Geography of Africa Coastlines Tend to be straight and smooth; few good natural harbors No mountain valleys running in either Inarticulate coastline: does not facilitate amphibious movement West Africa experiences longshor...

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Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture 3: Special Topics - Geograph of Africa - Week 3
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Geography of Africa continued Savanna Grasslands Herbaceous plants and grasses dominant Tree cover from 1049 True open grassland less than 10 tree cover Variety of bushes and grass differing in type, height, density, speci...

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GEOG 341
Mack
GEOG 341 Lecture 5: Special Topics - Geograph of Africa - Week 5
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Geography of Africa Africa and Islam Major influence in north Africa and Sahel, savanna belts of west Africa, along coast of east Africa (except Ethiopia) Little and less influence in forest belt and interior of eastern an...

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