Course of economic and social geography of the world, 10-11 class

Ukraine on the map of Europe (compendium)
Physical map of the world (compendium)
Political Map of the World (compendium)
State Structure (compendium)
The level of economic and social development of countries (compendium)
International Organizations (compendium)
Placement of the population (compendium)
Urbanization. Life (compendium)
Natural population growth. The composition of the population by sex (compendium)
External migration (compendium)
Religions (compendium)
Peoples (compendium)
Employment in agriculture, forestry, fisheries and industrial sectors of the economy (compendium)
Employment in service sectors of the economy. Unemployment (compendium)
Minerals (compendium)
Fuel and geothermal resources (compendium)
Resources ocean (compendium)
Land (compendium)
Water (compendium)
Biological Resources (compendium)
Agroclimatic resources. Types of winter (compendium)
Recreational Resources. Tourism. World tourism destinations (compendium)
Oil and gas (compendium)
Coal industry and uranodobuvna (compendium)
Power (compendium)
Steel (compendium)
Ferrous metallurgy (compendium)
Mechanical engineering and metal (compendium)
Chemicals (compendium)
Textile (compendium)
Agriculture (compendium)
Cereals. Technical (sugar, klubneplodnaya and tonic) culture (compendium)
Technical (oil and fiber) culture. Livestock (compendium)
Transportation. The network of international communication (compendium)
International economic relations (compendium)
Political tensions - global problems of mankind (compendium)
Caloric intake. Health (compendium)
Environmental issues (compendium)
Nature (compendium)
Air pollution. Illiteracy (compendium)
Education and science (compendium)
Countries Europe (compendium)
United Kingdom, France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Luxembourg (compendium)
Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Belarus, Lithuania (compendium)
Russia (compendium)
Countries Asia (compendium)
China, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea (compendium)
India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan. Japan (compendium)
Canada, United States (compendium)
Latin America (compendium)
Africa (compendium)
Australia and Oceania (compendium)
QUESTIONS: Political World Map
QUESTIONS: World population
QUESTIONS: Interaction between society and nature. World natural resources
QUESTIONS: World economy
QUESTIONS: Global problems of humanity
QUESTIONS: Countries of Europe
QUESTIONS: Asian countries
QUESTIONS: American Countries
QUESTIONS: Africa, Australia and Oceania
Dear tenth and odynadtsyatyklasnyky! (textbook)
§ 1. What and how to study the socio-economic geography of the world. (textbook)
§ 2. Prominent economic geography of the world. (textbook)
§ 3. Modern political map of the world (textbook)
§ 4. Forms of government and political-administrative structure. (textbook)
§ 5. Political and economic systems of the countries. Typology of states. (textbook)
§ 6. International Organizations. (textbook)
§ 7. Population. Demographic processes and population policy. (textbook)
§ 8. Placement of the world's population and its territorial organization. (textbook)
§ 9. Gender and age, racial, ethnic, linguistic, religious composition of the population of the world. (textbook)
§ 10. The social structure of the population. Manpower. (textbook)
§ 11. Geo-environment as an area of interaction between society and nature. (textbook)
§ 12. Resursozabezpechenist. Nature: rational and irrational. (textbook)
§ 13.Heohrafiya world's natural resources: mineral, land, forest, water and recreation. (textbook)
§ 14. Natural resources of the oceans. (textbook)
§ 15 The modern world economy. International geographical division of labor (MPPU). (textbook)
§ 16 The world economy during the STC, the impact on industry structure and territorial organization of production. (textbook)
§ 17 Industry. Geography major industries of the world (Energy, metallurgy, chemical industry, forest and timber industry, light industry). (textbook)
§ 18 World agriculture: value, intra-structure interbranch relations, agrarian relations. Major Agricultural areas. (textbook)
§ 19. Geography of world transport. (textbook)
§ 20. External links. International tourism. (textbook)
§ 21. Global problems of humanity. (textbook)
§ 22. Overview of European countries. (textbook)
§ 23. Federal Republic of Germany (textbook)
§ 24. United Kingdom. (textbook)
§ 25. France (textbook)
§ 26. Italy. (textbook)
§ 27. Russian Federation. (textbook)
§ 28. Republic of Belarus. Moldova. (textbook)
§ 29. Poland. (textbook)
§ 30. Hungary. (textbook)
§ 31. Slovakia. (textbook)
§ 32. Romania. (textbook)
§ 33. General characteristics of Asia. (textbook)
§ 34. Japan. (textbook)
§ 35. China. (textbook)
§ 36. India. (textbook)
§ 37. Turkey. (textbook)
§ 38. New industrially-developed countries. (textbook)