Human Geography: Landscapes of Human Activities, 11th Edition (Fellmann)

Chapter 3: Spatial Interaction and Spatial Behavior

Objectives for Chapter 3

After reading and studying this chapter, you should be able to:

1. Explain the differences among the concepts of complementarity, transferability, and intervening opportunities.

2. Discuss the concept of distance decay and explain simple ways in which interaction can be measured.

3. Explain how an individual's activity space can be explored.

4. Discuss ways in which perception might affect an individual's spatial decision making.

5. Summarize the principal patterns of migration.

6. Distinguish among the different types of migration and provide examples of each from human history.
Cover Image
Glencoe Online Learning CenterScience HomeProduct InfoSite MapContact Us

The McGraw-Hill CompaniesGlencoe