•A. INDUSTRIALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT BINDER ORDER 1. Vocabulary list and terms•2. Reading Guide
4. Notes in date order – Industrial theory – Weber, Hotelling, Losch etc…
5. Handouts/Activities – Transportation/models chart, Gapminder lab, NAFTA notes/lab activity, Industrialization map, Outsourcing video, Living on one dollar video

B. Industry and development vocab list -

C. Industry and development reading guide

Textbook notes in ppt

Industry Concepts and Theories handouts (Look at p 50 in your packet as well.)




HDI Data

Youtube APHG Industry video notes >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqDhvfcUqFM
Mr. Elrod's Human Geography Youtube channel > https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNjv0yVwAwc8421IJvr-YYg/feed
More Elrod videos > http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=CCX0vvlDK4A&u=/watch%3Fv%3DCRFMWwcfqDM%26feature%3Dem-subs_digest
Weber's Least Cost Theory, part @! http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=LJoVwgoEqXw&u=/watch%3Fv%3DSpq9Sa49_rk%26feature%3Dem-subs_digest
Third Industrial Revolution article > http://www.economist.com/node/21553017


Part B: MAQUILA MAP > http://www.uwec.edu/geography/Ivogeler/w188/border/mex.gif
Part C: MAQUILA INFO > http://corpwatch.org/downloads/maqfacts.pdf
Part E: > http://www.uwec.edu/geography/Ivogeler/w188/border/mex.gif
Website may not work > Look at this map....
Food Scavenger Hunt directions for Agri/Industry units DUE 2/27


SINGAPORE VIDEO LINK -If you missed the video or just feel the need to watch it once again, here you go! :-)

E. Unit notes >

F. AGRI/INDUSTRY UNIT EXAM REVIEW > (also try the quiz review in the link below) -

FRQ Assessment directions and question/prompt examples (Transformer/Groundhog Day/Mother of All)

VI. Industrialization and Economic Development

This section of the course presents the geographic elements of industrialization and economic development, including past and present patterns of industrialization, types of economic sectors, and how places acquire comparative advantage and complementarity. Students also learn how models of economic development, such as Rostow’s stages of economic growth and Wallerstein’s World Systems Theory, and programs like the Millennium Development Goals help to understand why the world is divided into a more-developed economic core and a less-developed periphery .

Measures of development (e .g ., gross domestic product [GDP] per capita, the Human Development Index [HDI], the Gender Inequality Index [GII], and the Gini coefficient) are tools to understand patterns of economic differences.

The analysis of contemporary patterns of industrialization and their impact on development is the third major theme of this section. Topics to be studied include Weber’s industrial location theory and accounts of economic globalization, which accent time–space compression and the international division of labor.

As an example, students study the reasons why some Asian economies achieved rapid rates of growth in the mid- to late 20th century, whereas most sub-Saharan African economies did not.

In addition, students need to understand patterns of economic growth and deindustrialization in a region such as in North America, where the emergence of service sectors, high technology, and growth poles (e .g ., Silicon Valley, the Research Triangle, universities, and medical centers) is transforming the contemporary economic landscape .

Countries, regions, and communities must confront new patterns of economic inequity that are linked to geographies of interdependence in the world economy, including global financial crises, the shift in manufacturing to newly industrialized countries (NICs), imbalances in consumption patterns, and the roles of women in the labor force .

Communities also face difficult questions regarding raw material, energy use, the conservation of resources, and the impact of pollution on the environment and quality of life .

Industrialization and Economic Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13–17%
A . Growth and diffusion of industrialization
1 . The changing roles of energy and technology
2 . Industrial Revolution
3 . Models of economic development: Rostow’s Stages of Economic Growth and Wallerstein’s World Systems Theory
4 . Geographic critiques of models of industrial location: bid rent, Weber’s comparative costs of transportation and industrial location in relation to resources, location of retailing and service industries, and local economic development within competitive global systems of corporations and finance
B . Social and economic measures of development
1 . Gross domestic product and GDP per capita
2 . Human Development Index
3 . Gender Inequality Index
4 . Income disparity and the Gini coefficient
5 . Changes in fertility and mortality
6 . Access to health care, education, utilities, and sanitation
C . Contemporary patterns and impacts of industrialization and development
1 . Spatial organization of the world economy
2 . Variations in levels of development (uneven development)
3 . Deindustrialization, economic restructuring, and the rise of service and high technology economies
4 . Globalization, manufacturing in newly industrialized countries (NICs), and the international division of labor
5 . Natural resource depletion, pollution, and climate change
6 . Sustainable development
7 . Government development initiatives: local, regional, and national policies
8 . Women in development and gender equity in the workforce