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 g... More »

Racism, violence in schools, drug abuse, unemployment, hunger and unfair labor conditions are examples of social issues in the United States. Typically, social issues result from factors beyond an individual's control an... More »

Examples of consumer markets include financial services, consumer electronics, food and beverages, apparel and accessories, leisure and entertainment, and healthcare. These are markets in which buyers purchase products o... More »

Geographic diversity is a factor used by college admissions offices to recruit applicants from locations all over the United States and the rest of the world. The admissions staff sometimes offers attractive incentives f... More »

Geographic distribution refers to the way that something is distributed over a geographical area and can be represented on a map. Geographical distribution is commonly used to demonstrate the spread of animal species and... More »

Geographic isolation refers to two population of the same species being separated due to some type of physical barrier. This separation of population occurs when a body of water or land forms and divides a habitat. Geogr... More »

Geographic tongue is a minor condition in which parts of the surface of the tongue are missing papillae, or fine, hair-like projections, according to Mayo Clinic. This causes the tongue to look as though it has smooth, r... More »

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