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Unit 4

Chapters 8 & 13

QuestionAnswer
What is Imperialism? Control of territory already occupied and organized by an indigenous society
What is EEZ? State has economic rights 200 nautical miles
What is Territoriality? Connection of people, their culture, and their economic systems to the land
What is Devolution? Transfer of power from the central government to lower government
What is Supranationalism? Project/ policy that is planned and controlled by a group of nations
Example of Supranationalism would be what? United Nations
What is the difference between centrifugal forces and centripetal forces? Centrifugal divide people and centripetal unite people
What is an example of territorial representation? U.S. Constitution
What is a Perforated State? A state that completely surrounds another
What is a Unitary State? An internal organization of a state that places most power in the hands of central government officials
What is Colonialism? Stronger country exploits a weaker one
What is a example of Colonialism? European countries taking over Africa
What is a Federal State? Central government represents the various entities within a nation-state where they have common interests
What is the Organic Theory? States resemble biological organisms with life cycles that include all stages of life
What do you associate with nation? People
What do you associate with state? Country/gov't
Boundaries are what? Defined, Demarcated, and Delimted
What is the importance of the Berlin Conference? Euro countries claim parts of Africa and colonize them
What is it called when you like counties together with the same idea who are far away? Gerrymandering
What is it called to move districts according to population? Reapportionment
Majority of the population in a district is a minority are called... Majority-Minority Districts
Example of a compacted state Poland
Example of a elongated state Chile
Example of a perforated state Lesotho in South Africa
Example of a fragmented state Indonesia
Example of a proruptered state Thailand
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