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5 Matching questions

  1. Cultural political boundary
  2. capitalism
  3. frontier
  4. subsequent boundary
  5. Subsoil
  1. a political boundary that separates different cultures, i.e., former Yugoslavia
  2. b zone where no state exercises political control i.e., Antarctica and portions of Saudi Arabia
  3. c economic model wherein people, corporations, and states produce goods and exchange them on the world market, with the goal of achieving profit
  4. d boundaries that are created as a result of long-term process, i.e., Vietnam/China
  5. e below the surface of Earth. Boundaries are vertical planes, not merely lines on a map

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. when two or more states disagree about the demarcation of a political boundary
  2. There are no physical signs on Earth's surface to show that a boundary exists, i.e., Saudi Arabia/Oman
  3. vertical plane between states that cuts through the rocks below, and the airspace above the surface
  4. nation that stretches across borders and across states
  5. In political geography, a country's or more local community's sense of propertyand attachment toward its territory, as expressed by its determination to keep it inviolable and strongly defended

5 True/False questions

  1. language boundaryhow boundaries evolve over time


  2. Perforated statestate that totally surrounds another state, i.e., Lesotho/South Africa


  3. Political GeographyA subdivision of human geography focused on the nature and implications of the evolving spatial organization of political governance and formal political practice on the Earth's surface. It is concerned with why political spaces emerge in the places that they do and with how the character of those spaces affects social, political, economic, and environmental understandings and practices.


  4. human territorialityA term associated with the work of Robert Sack that describes the efforts of human societies to influence events and achieve social goals by exerting, and attempting to enforce, control over specific geographical areas.


  5. genetic boundarystraight lines that serve as political boundaries that are unrelated to physical and/or cultural differences, i.e., United States/Canadian border