Contrast how regions are used to describe the organization of Earth’s surface.
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Utilize formal, functional, and perceptual delineations of regions to highlight the different understandings they produce.
Analyze interactions among regions to show transnational relationships, including the flow of commodities and internet connectivity.
Contrast how perceptions of places and regions are based on direct and indirect experiences and that those perceptions can change.
Interpret processes and reasons for regional change.
Trace how globalization processes produce variable impact on peoples, places, and environments in different regions of the world.