Core-Domain Sphere Model

Core-Domain Sphere Model

CoreDomain Sphere Model By: Michelle Vazquez-Algarin and Matt Rollins What is the Core-Domain Sphere Model? Core-domain-sphere model, which is also known as the

D.W. Meinig, is a model that shows the place where concentration of culture traits S p h e r e

Domain Core Core The core is also known as the heart It is the area

in the cultural region where where the traits of a given culture are most strongly seenxpressed. This is the area in which the

particular culture is dominant but less Domain Core The sphere is

the zone of outer influence where people with the culture traits in question can even be a minority within another culture region.

Sphere Domain Core Who created the Core-Domain Sphere Model? The Core-Domain Sphere

Model was created by Donald W. Meinig. Example of Core-Domain Sphere Model The play of baseball in the Americas is a great example of the CoreDomain Sphere Model. It displays where baseball is mostly played and where it is not played as much.

Another Example Another example of the CoreDomain Sphere Model is the Mormon religion. The Mormon religion is primarily in Salt Lake City, Utah. It then starts to spread out to other parts of Utah and other surrounding states. How does the model help us today?

The Core-Domain Sphere Model help us by pointing out where the greatest amount of cultural traits is in a culture.

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