Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Give me an I....

Interdependence
No looking at folders or cutting and pasting.
Write down the answer that you would put if you were in the exam right this minute.
Add it as a comment...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

interdependence studys what a country can supply for itself and what connections it has from other places to get it what it needs, for example importing and exporting would be part of interdependence.

holly.

GeoBlogs said...

Good - remember that all countries are interdependent to some extent. What particular products do we need from other countries ?

Anonymous said...

Interdependence is about a link between other countries, and that they are becoming more dependent of each other.

Anonymous said...

Interdependence is how every country is somehow liked with other countries, for example the UK imports oil from the Middle East. However interdependence also looks at waht a country can supply itself...

Aaron

GeoBlogs said...

What are they dependent on each other for ?
What things can't we obtain in the UK, and what products do we produce for other countries ?

Daniel said...

Inderdependence is reliance on people in other places for goods, resources, knowledge and services e.g. we rely on the USA for info from programmes such as CNN

Anonymous said...

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brent

GeoBlogs said...

Oh no, where are my socks ?!

George said...

Interdependence is links and connections with us and other parts of the world resulting in gains and loses.