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Title: 20th Century in Maps


1
20th Century in Maps
  • Visualizing
  • 1914 - 2000

2
ORGANIZING
  • Teach organizing techniques
  • SCRIPTED
  • PERSIAN
  • 5 THEMES OF GEOGRAPHY
  • Assign a Region of Study
  • Assign a Country of Study

3
S.C.R.I.P.T.E.D.
SOCIAL STRUCTURES Economic, Social Classes Gender Roles, Relations Inequalities Family, Kinship Racial, Ethnic Constructs POLITICS Nations, nationalism Empires Forms of Government Revolts, Revolutions State-building, expansion
CULTURE Cultural Intellectual Arts, Architecture Family, Lifestyles Literatures TECHNOLOGY Industry Science, Invention, Innovation Power Transportation Communication
RELIGION Religion World Views Philosophy Secularism, Atheism Ideologies and isms ECONOMICS Industrialization Economic Systems Capitalism, Socialism Business Organizations Labor, Labor Organizations
INTERACTIONS War, Conflict Trade, Commerce Exchanges, Migrations Diplomacy, Alliances Transnational Organizations DEMOGRAPHY Demography, Disease Human, Environment Interaction Patterns of Settlement Geography, Region Agriculture, Pastoralism
4
P.E.R.S.I.A.N.
POLITICAL Political Structures Forms of Government Empires Nationalism, Nations Revolts, Revolutions INTERACTIONS War Exchanges Globalization Trade and Commerce Regions, Transregional Structures Diplomacy and Alliances
ECONOMIC Agricutltural, pastoral production Economic Systems Labor Systems Industrialization Capitalism, Socialism Arts and sciences Art, Music, Writing, Literature Technology, Innovations Intellectual Math Science Education
RELIGIOUS Religion Belief Systems Philosophies Ideologies Secularism Atheism NATURE Demography, Settlement Patterns Urbanization, Cities Migration, movement Human/Environment Interaction Land Management Systems Region
SOCIAL Gender Roles, Relations Family, Kinship Racial, Ethnic Constructions Social, Economic Classes Lifestyles Elites, inequalities
5
5 THEMES IN GEOGRAPHY
1. LOCATION ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE
2. CHARACTERISTICS OF PLACE
3. REGION
4. MOVEMENT
5. HUMAN ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION
6
ASSIGNMENT DESCRIBE THE REGION DESCRIBE A COUNTRY
  • Select a region.
  • Locate a blank map of the region
  • Write notes on the blank map based on this
    presentation.
  • What characteristics define this region?
  • Culture (Language, Religion)
  • State Structure and Politics
  • International Interactions (Alliances, Wars)
  • Economics and Commerce
  • Social traditions, Gender
  • Demography, Environment
  • Select several key nations in each region.
  • Repeat the exercise for each nation region.
  • Use a blank map of the country.
  • Add specific history and facts about the nation.

7
A.P. GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS
8
NATIONS TO KNOW These nations are critical for
multiple choice and essays especially in the 20th
century
9
COUNTRIES TO RESEARCH
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Senegal
  • Kenya
  • South Africa
  • Nigeria
  • Mali
  • Latin America
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Mexico
  • Cuba
  • Peru
  • East Asia
  • China
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Southeast Asia
  • Vietnam
  • Indonesia
  • South and Central Asia
  • India
  • Pakistan
  • Afghanistan
  • Turkmenistan
  • Eastern Europe
  • Russia
  • Yugoslavia
  • Poland
  • Ukraine
  • Western Europe
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • Southwest Asia
  • Turkey
  • Iran
  • Iraq

10
GENERAL CULTURAL INFORMATION
11
WORLD LANGUAGES
12
WORLD RELIGIONS
13
GOVERNMENTS
  • State Structures
  • State Ideologies
  • Political Parties
  • Decolonization

14
STATE STRUCTURES 1907
15
STATE STRUCTURES 1917
16
STATE STRUCTURES 1927
17
STATE STRUCTURES 1937
18
STATE STRUCTURES 1947
19
STATE STRUCTURES 1957
20
STATE STRUCTURES 1967
21
STATE STRUCTURES 1977
22
STATE STRUCTURES 1987
23
STATE STRUCTURES 1997
24
STATE STRUCTURES CHANGE OVER TIME
25
MAP OF POLITICAL FREEDOM
26
SPREAD OF DEMOCRACY
27
MONARCHIES, 2000
28
ONE PARTY STATES
29
MILITARY DICTATORSHIPS
30
THE COMMUNIST WORLD
31
COLONIAL EMPIRES, c. 1914
32
DECOLONIZATION
33
COLLAPSE OF COMMUNISM
34
INTERACTIONS
  • Large-Scale Wars
  • International Organizations
  • International Alliances
  • New Regional Alliances

35
MASS BRUTALITIES
Percentage of national populations killed in
specific episodes of mass brutality
36
VIOLENCE 1900-25
37
VIOLENCE 1925-50
38
VIOLENCE 1950-75
39
VIOLENCE 1975-2000
40
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
41
WORLD WAR II ALLIANCES
42
UNITED NATIONS, 1945
43
THE COLD WAR WORLD, 1959
44
THE COLD WAR WORLD, 1982
45
AMERICAN TROOPS ABROAD, 1982
46
21ST CENTURY POWER BLOCKS AND NUCLEAR WEAPONS
47
ECONOMIC ALLIANCES
48
G.U.U.A.M. C.I.S. NATIONS
Both are terms for nations which resulted from
the breakup of the USSR. GUUAM are those nations
who have recently had democratic revolutions
while CIS or the Community of Independent States
are those states which are still strongly
autocratic.
49
THE ARAB LEAGUE
50
ORGANIZATION OF PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES
(OPEC)
51
SOCIAL ECONOMIC STATUS INDICATORS
52
FUNDAMENTALISM SECULARISM
The Traditional/Secular-rational values dimension
reflects the contrast between societies in which
religion is very important and those in which it
is not. Societies near the traditional pole
emphasize the importance of parent-child ties and
deference to authority, along with absolute
standards and traditional family values, and
reject divorce, abortion, euthanasia, and
suicide. These societies have high levels of
national pride, and a nationalistic outlook.
Societies with secular-rational values have the
opposite preferences on all of these topics. The
second major dimension of cross-cultural
variation is linked with the transition from
industrial society to post-industrial
societies-which brings a polarization between
Survival and Self-expression values. The
unprecedented wealth that has accumulated in
advanced societies during the past generation
means that an increasing share of the population
has grown up taking survival for granted. Thus,
priorities have shifted from an overwhelming
emphasis on economic and physical security toward
an increasing emphasis on subjective well-being,
self-expression and quality of life.
53
ECONOMIC FREEDOM
54
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT
MORE THAN 15,000
10,001 TO 15,000
3,001 TO 10,000
1,000 TO 3,000
LESS THAN 1,000
55
MARKET SIZE BY G.D.P.
56
SINGLE PRODUCT EXPORTERS
57
ENERGY PRODUCTION, CONSUMPTION
58
GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS SUBMARINE CABLE
59
GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS INTERNET
60
WORK FORCE 1900 -1992
61
INFANT MORTALITY 1900 -1992
62
LIFE EXPECTANCY 1900 -1992
63
LITERACY 1900 -1992
64
WORLD POVERTY
Indicators include Fertility Rate, Illiteracy
Rate, Enrollment in Primary School,
Immunizations, Females in Labor Force, Life
Expectancy at Birth, Infant Mortality Rates, Safe
Drinking Water, Urban Sanitation, and Urban
Populations
65
POVERTY CHILDREN
66
WORLD HEALTH CARE
67
WOMEN IN THE 20TH CENTURY
Deficit of women in a society is due to violence
towards women, high death rates in childbirth,
lack of medical care for women, and female
infanticide. A surplus of women often is due to
medical care which tends to mean a longer
lifespan for women. An alternative reasons
include warfare in society, which leads to the
deaths of males and immigration men are more
likely to immigrate to find work.
68
INCOME INEQUALITY
The Gini coefficient is a number between 0 and 1,
where 0 corresponds with perfect equality (where
everyone has the same income) and 1 corresponds
with perfect inequality (where one person has all
the income, and everyone else has zero income).
Countries in red tones have societies with more
income inequality (fewer people own most of the
wealth) than those in green tones (people have
less wealth distinctions).
69
DEMOGRAPHY ENVIRONMENT
  • Population
  • Population Density
  • Population Growth
  • Urbanization
  • Environmental Stress

70
WORLD POPULATION 1900 -1992
71
POPULATION DENSITY 1900 -1992
72
POPULATION DENSITIES
73
POPULATION GROWTH 1900 -1992
74
URBAN GROWTH 1900 -1992
75
URBANIZATION
76
MEGACITIES
77
DEMOGRAPHIC STRESS Overgrazing, overfarming,
deforestation, urbanization, droughts,
desiccation, overpopulation
78
DROUGHT DISASTERS
While weather cycles or Climatic changes such
As El Nino can account For drought, human
Interaction with the Environment can
also Increase severity and Likelihood of drought.
This includes overuse of Water, overgrazing,
Overfarming, and Deforestation.
79
MOVEMENT Immigration Emigration Trade Routes
80
20TH C. MIGRATION
81
INTERNAL REFUGEES
82
FORCED EMIGRATION
83
WEBSITES
  • World Facts and Figures
  • http//www.worldfactsandfigures.com/
  • WHKMLA Historical Atlas
  • http//www.zum.de/whkmla/histatlas/haindex.html
  • Outline Maps of Continents and Countries
  • http//www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/
  • 20TH Century In Maps
  • http//users.erols.com/mwhite28/20centry.htm
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