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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. fortified boundary
  2. Perforated state
  3. compact state
  4. capitalism
  5. microstate
  1. a state that is extremely small, i.e., San Marino
  2. b state that totally surrounds another state, i.e., Lesotho/South Africa
  3. c The distance from the geographic center of the area to any point on the boundary does not vary greatly, i.e., Hungary.
  4. d economic model wherein people, corporations, and states produce goods and exchange them on the world market, with the goal of achieving profit
  5. e when a state constructs physical barriers along a boundary to either keep people in or out of its territory, i.e., Great Wall of China, Berlin Wall, earth berms along the Morocco/Spanish Sahara border

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. processes that incorporate lower levels of education, lower salaries and less technology; and generate less wealth than core processes in the world economy
  2. the process whereby regions within a state demand and gain political strength and growing autonomy at the expense of the central government
  3. Forces that tend to divide a country-such as international religious, linguistic, ethnic, or ideological differences
  4. straight lines that serve as political boundaries that are unrelated to physical and/or cultural differences, i.e., United States/Canadian border
  5. below the surface of Earth. Boundaries are vertical planes, not merely lines on a map

5 True/False questions

  1. territorial representationsystem wherein each representative is elected from a territorially defined district

          

  2. physical-political boundarymajor physical features such as deserts, mountain ranges. and/or water bodies that serve as a means of separation, i.e., Great Lakes, Pureness Mountains, and Sahara Desert

          

  3. Prorupt stateThe distance from the geographic center of the area to any point on the boundary does not vary greatly, i.e., Hungary.

          

  4. Super imposed boundarywhen a state constructs physical barriers along a boundary to either keep people in or out of its territory, i.e., Great Wall of China, Berlin Wall, earth berms along the Morocco/Spanish Sahara border

          

  5. centripetalForces that tend to divide a country-such as international religious, linguistic, ethnic, or ideological differences