Argentina is the world’s eighth largest country, and south america’s second largest country. It has a population of about 41 million people, and the capital of Argentina is Buenos Aires. Argentina is between being a developing country and a developed country. Movement, Human-Environment Interaction, and Place are supporting factors of the instability or stability of Argentina.
Movement is how people, plants, animals, and ideas interact or move around with each other, is one of the themes of geography that has a role to do with the instability/stability of Argentina. Movement occurs due to migration, diffusion, trade, or conflict. The country’s population and culture was heavily formed by immigrants from throughout Europe, but particularly from Italy and Spain, which provided the largest percentage of newcomers from 1860-1930. The idea of human trafficking and drugs has moved around and Argentina is the source, transit and destination country for men, woman, and children for purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor (human trafficking).
Human-Environment Interaction is an important part for the instability or stability of the country. There are three key concepts to human-environment interaction: how humans adapt on the environment (learn to use what the environment offers them and to change it to meet their needs) , how people interact with the environment, and how they explore the effects (good and bad) that happen when people change of modify their environment. Human either believe in environmental determinism (environment determines what humans do; rejected by almost all geographers) or environmental possibilism (environment restricts human activity). The instability/stability of Argentina has to do with human-environment interaction, because people use the rivers for water and transportation, cut or burn down trees, grow food (agriculture), and cause pollution. When people use up too much of their resources it has a negative effect...
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