Spatial pattern of political units in the global system
The Human Characteristics of Places and Regions
Analyze the significance of human activity in shaping places and regions by their political characteristics:
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Spatial pattern of political units in the United States
Spatial distribution of economic activities in Pennsylvania and the United States (e.g., patterns of agriculture, forestry, mining, retailing, manufacturing, services)
Factors that shape spatial patterns of economic activity both Nationally and internationally (e.g., comparative advantage in location of economic activities; changes in resource trade; disruption of trade flows)
Development (e.g., First vs. Third World, North vs. South)