Dr. Andrew Wood
Office: HGH 210; phone: (408) 924-5378
Email: wooda@email.sjsu.edu
Web: http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/wooda

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These are the major terms and concepts I want you to master for the upcoming examination. This list will grow as we progress throughout the course. Please remember that this review is designed to highlight ideas and concepts that will be found on the test. It is not complete and will be revised until the day before the examination. The review does not include every word that will appear on the exam; it merely serves to guide your study of the texts, notes, web resources, and other materials employed throughout this course.

Key Terms

Patton - Fluid locales, Patton's thesis, "the grid," the 1939 NYWF and the Pennsylvania Turnpike
Stilgoe - Limited access, congress and roads, military purpose of the interstates, social implications of interstates, unseeable places, cloverleaf architecture and plant-life
Jakle - autocamping as roadside democracy, hotels vs. motels, blurring of hotels and motels (Holiday Inn)
Wood - omnitopia definition, three propositions

Sample Questions (these will not appear on the test. They are simply designed to give you a sense of how I write questions)

True/False If the statement is mostly true, place a 'T' in the space provided. If the statement is mostly false, place a 'F' in the space provided.

Multiple Choice Select the response that is most correct.