AP Human Geography. 2012-2013 Edition by Carol Ann Gillespie

By Carol Ann Gillespie

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    Cultural convergence (B) refers to the tendency for cultures to become more alike as they share technologies. A culture complex (D) is a set of traits or practices that revolves around a basic activity in a culture, such as food preparation. Cultural divergence (E) is the trend for two cultures to become more different over time. 19. B—The Hispanic minority group is the fastest growing minority in the United States today.

    B) circular migration. (C) cluster migration. (D) forced migration. (E) voluntary migration. 16. A piece of land surrounded by a foreign territory would be viewed by the foreign territory as (A) an enclave. (B) an exclave. (C) a colony. (D) an edge city. (E) a unitary state. 17. The carrying capacity of land (A) directly correlates with conditions of life there. (B) is high in many Sub-Saharan African countries. (C) is the number of people a piece of land can support in a sustainable fashion. (D) is related to social development.

    3. D—Aspirin production workers labor in manufacturing, which is a part of the value-added secondary economic sector. Computer programmers (A) and government workers (B) are employed in the quaternary sector of the economy. High-level decision makers (C) comprise the quinary sector, and farming (E) and all agricultural activities are primary. 4. B—A general increase in births in the destination country is the most likely result of an influx of young migrants. Increases in the aging cohorts (A) will not occur for some time.

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