Team Teach Political Geo. Project

Group 3a. Camille, Hannah, David, Randy.


Exclave - A part of a country which is geographically separated from the main part of the country by surrounding foreign territory. (ex: Alaska)

Landlocked - A territory that is completely surrounded by land with no coasts or seas bordering the country. (ex: Switzerland, Austria, Uzbekistan, etc.)

Enclave - A part of a state or an entire state that is entirely surrounded by the territory of another state. (ex: Kaliningrad Oblast, the UK, France, etc.)

Core - Processes that incorporate high levels of education, higher salaries, and more technology; generate more wealth than periphery processes in the world economy.

-Core Country: The industrialized capitalist countries on which periphery countries and semi-periphery countries depend on. Core countries control and benefit from the global market. (ex: the US, Australia, the UK, France, Etc.)

-Core Area: A region in the home range that is used frequently. Fruiting trees, termite mounds, sleeping sites, water resources, etc. (ex: a watering hole, a well, etc.)

Capital - Principle city in a state or country. The best place to locate a capital is at the center of a country, so it is a somewhat equal distance from all parts of the country.

Location - The geographical situation of people and things.