Geographic factors often influence united states government actions, both foreign and domestic some of these factors include location, physical environment, movement of people, climate, and resources although these geographic factors can lead to increase in our countries land size and some. While some industries seem to get ahead of others, the global factors that affect the economy of an industry must be considered seriously when making plans for business growth sustainable economic growth is defined as the expansion of the productive potentials of an industry in the long run. The power of geographical boundaries: cultural, political, and economic border effects in a unitary nation chang, bowon, the power of geographical boundaries: cultural, political, and economic border effects in a unitary nation (2010) like the united states, also function as fairly powerful.
Geographic factors affect development of united states themes in us & world history geographic and environmental factors an example of physical geographic factors that contributed to the development and expansion of the united states are the appalachian mountains and the discovery of the cumberland gap the second geographical factor that significantly contributed to the development and. Such were the geographic factors that influenced patterns of early industrialization conversely, the rise of industrialization had significant consequence s for the geography of regions in which it occurred. Geographic factors are circumstances associated with a physical location that affect humans living within a specific area behavior, health, beliefs, income and education are examples of factors that can be affected by geography.
Geographical factors that affect development by jeremy williams july 1, 2007 october 16, one of the most important factors in development is geography, where the country is in the world, and climate it’s no coincidence that the poorest countries are in the tropics, where it is hot, the land is less fertile, water is more scarce, where. Factors affecting economic and social development this section considers the economic and social development of the non-industrial world from two perspectives first , we review what is known about development, both social and economic. Before the foundation of the united states in 1776, the kingdom of great britain owned thirteen colonies on eastern shore of north americathe geography and climate of the area had a significant impact on the economy and survival of the colonies. Geographic mobility has a large impact on many sociological factors in a community and is a current topic of academic research it varies between different regions depending on both formal policies and established social norms, and has different effects and responses in different societies.
C fundamental economic factors affecting international trade about 70 per cent of research and development (r&d) expenditure in 1999, but low at 132, the rate in the united states is 207 within developing countries, most sub-saharan african. Geography the united states of america is the world's third largest country in size and nearly the third largest in terms of population located in north america, the country is bordered on the west by the pacific ocean and to the east by the atlantic ocean. Originally answered: how did geography greatly affect the development of colonial america i will answer your question with a few general concepts firstly, i will extend colonial america to mean north, south america, and all territories considered a part of the “new a world. Introduction geography plays a significant role in the development process three spatial features influence the economic development of a region: the density (eg agglomeration, scale economies), the distance (eg spatial mobility and access) and division (eg the spatial integration of economies.
From the era of reconstruction to the end of the 19th century, the united states underwent an economic transformation marked by the maturing of the industrial economy, the rapid expansion of big business, the development of large-scale agriculture, and the rise of national labor unions and. Physical geography is the study of natural features and phenomena on the planet's surface and our interactions with them these features include vegetation, climate, the local water cycle, and land formations. Geographic factors, the influence of these geographic factors on the actions, and the impact of these government actions xthoroughly addresses all aspects of the task evenly and in depth by identifying two united states. Geography is a major influence on culture and religiongeography can have a significant affect on the development of a society's culture and values, such an influence has not occurred in the united states.
Whether it's colonization, natural resources, immigration, transportation, or communication, there are many complex factors that have affected the changing geographic patterns of the us over its. Geography also seems to affect economic policy choices many geographic regions that have not been conducive to modern economic growth have high population densities and are experiencing rapid increases in population. How did geographic factors influence the expansion and development of the united states as a nation save cancel already exists would you like to merge this question into it merge cancel already exists as an alternate of this question would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it.
Geography affects lifestyles worldwide in varying ways, and it is one of the reasons for cultural diversity a lot of what people are able to do in their region comes from geography, from building materials to crop cultivation. Number of factors may affect this, including the complex changes happening in society and work organization, also due to the impact of the adoption of technology, as well as the differential growth of the various economic sectors, with stronger growth observed in the technological. Geographic factors affect the development of a specific region or nation in a couple of ways: 1) climate affects how habitable a region is, and as a result, very few nations may survive in. Source: historical statistics of the united states colonial times to 1970, part 1, p 11-12 statistical abstract of the united states 2000, p 38 american cities grew steadily throughout the first 75 years of nationhood but remained relatively small in geographic area and population.