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  1. -Locational
  2. Apartheid
  3. -Protruded
  4. -EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone)
  5. Imperialism
  1. a a sea zone over which a state has special rights over the exploration and use of marine resources stretching 200 nautical miles from the coast. The country that controls the EEZ has rights to the fishing, whaling, etc., as well as the raw material resources.
  2. b definition is not in dispute, the interpretation is; allows mapmakers to delimit boundaries in various ways
  3. c (modern) Second phase of European colonialism beginning in the late 18th c. due to the Second Agricultural Revolution and the Industrial Revolution. European states sought colonies for resources necessary for industrialization, outlets for overpopulation, and markets for their goods. The United States and Japan (and Russia to a lesser extent) were also engaged in imperialism (e.g., Berlin Conference (1885) carved Africa into a plethora of superimposed boundaries).
  4. d a.k.a. prorupt; have an area that extends from a more compact core (e.g, Thailand, India,...)
  5. e Afrikaans for "apartness"; it was the segregation of blacks, coloreds, Asians, and Whites in South Africa from 1948 to 1994. It was created to keep the white minority in power and allow them to have almost total control over the black majority (~90% of the total population).

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. legal document or treaty drawn up to specify actual points in the landscape
  2. a small and relatively homogeneous group or region surrounded by a larger and different group or region (e.g., Nagorno-Karabagh (part of Armenia surrounded by Azerbaijan), West Berlin during the Cold War,...); or wholly lying within the boundaries of another country (Lesotho). Not the same thing as an ethnic enclave (e.g., Chinatowns, Little Italys, Little Havana (in Miami),...).
  3. a region caught between stronger colliding external cultural-political forces, under persistent stress, and often fragmented by aggressive rivals (e.g., Israel or Kashmir today; Eastern Europe during the Cold War,...).
  4. a trilateral trade bloc in North America created by the governments of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Poverty rates have fallen and real incomes have risen in Mexico, but farmers haven't fared well due to cheaper food from US agribusiness; also US manufacturing workers have lost jobs to maquiladora plants in Mexico (mostly due to cheaper labor costs).
  5. origin-based classification of boundaries

5 True/False Questions

  1. First worldthe generally poorer countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America (Cold War to today)

          

  2. -Relictarea where borders are shifting and weak, and where peoples of different cultures or nationalities meet and lay claim to the land (e.g., Amazon Basin, Antarctica, between Saudi Arabia and Yemen).

          

  3. -Perforateda.k.a. attenuated (e.g., Chile, Vietnam,...)

          

  4. AnnexationIncorporation of a territory into another geo-political entity.

          

  5. DecolonizationDecolonization is the movement of American/European/Asian colonies gaining independence (mostly beginning after the post-WWII era). Some were peaceful struggles while others became violent.

          

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