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Multiple Choice Questions



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Question 1.
A(n) __________ is a physical place where people settle and where basic institutional activities—economic, familial, religious, political, legal, medical, and recreational—are conducted.


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Question 2.
The process whereby an increasing proportion of the population lives in cities is known as _____________


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Question 3.
In 100 A.D. the city with the estimated largest population was ________.


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Question 4.
Medieval cities were dominated by _____________ and political structures at their core.


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Question 5.
This socio-economic force dramatically accelerated the effects of markets on urbanization.


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Question 6.
Which of the following early models of urban growth focused on the pattern of land use around the central business district?


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Question 7.
In many parts of the world, particularly in the United States, urbanization has been transformed into a process of _______________ in which the large core city is surrounded by smaller cities and smaller central business and retail districts.


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Question 8.
The concept of “keep up with the Joneses emerged during ______ studies of suburban life.


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Question 9.
Many people leaving the cities have bypassed the suburbs and have retreated further away from the central city. This process is referred to as ____________


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Question 10.
As the central core city, its suburbs, and even its exurbs have expanded, larger urban regions have been formed. These areas are termed __________ regions.


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