Global Villages – What are These?
Global Villages – What Are These? informs students that the world’s land masses are divided into eleven (11) separate and dominant cult
Within the Slavic Global Village there is much discrepancy regarding origins and ethnicities. Cultural geography scholars propose the Slavic area as a culture region all its own.
The Hmong People
The Southeast Asia Global Village, previously in the larger Asian region, is now designated as lands in Asia South of the Tropic of Capricorn and excluding the Pacific Islan
Sino-Japanese Global Village
The Sino-Japanese Global Village, originally categorized within the larger Asian culture region, is now designated as just Sino-Japanese, representing a combinat
Oceania (Pacific Islands)
Oceania as a Global Village, popularly known as the Pacific Islands or Oceanica, is not easy to define geographically because of the many far-reaching cultures and
Latin American Global Village
The Latin American Global Village consists of the portions of the Americas South of the United States of America and the adjacent Caribbean islands.
Islamic Global Village
The Islamic Global Village consists of a conglomerate of countries spread throughout the Middle East, Central Asia, and West across Northern Africa.
Indic Global Village
The Indic Global Village is categorized as a separate dominant culture region, also known as India.
European Global Village
Lightest color depicts theEuropean Global Village region
On the Isle of Crete, pictured above, is where the European Global Village started.
Austral European Global Village
The Austral-European Global Village is made up of two independent countries with ties to both the Anglo-American global village and the European global villag