Unit III ReviewPart I- Architecture
Religious Architecture:
Christian Cathedral
Orthodox Church
Mosque
Synagogue
Hindu Temple
Buddhist Pagoda
Sacred Spaces – holy places
Ganges River-Hinduism
 Ka’ba – Islam
 Burial Grounds
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Language
Moved with agricultural
innovations
What is the difference between
race, nationality, and ethnicity?
Culture
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Elements of culture:
Architecture
Food
Religion
Language
Ethnicity
Music
Clothing
Dance
Unit IV – Political
Geography
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Shapes of states – compact,
elongated, prorupted, perforated,
fragmented
Types of nations and
states
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Nation-state
Multi-state nation
Multi-nation state
Nation without a state
Ethnic exclave
Ethnic enclave
Irredentism
Boundaries
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Geometric – use latitude and
longitude
Physical – use natural features
such as mountains or bodies of
water
Ethnographic/cultural – language,
religion, ethnicity
Types of
Boundaries
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Geometric
boundary: straight
line boundary
totally unrelated to
physical features
Latitude and
Longitude
e.g. United States
border with Canada
Western states in
the U.S.
Types of
Boundaries- genetic
boundaries
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A. antecedent boundary:
some boundaries were
defined and delimited before
humans settled
 e.g. Malaysia
B. subsequent/consequent
boundaries: boundaries
which developed according to
the cultural landscape
 e.g. Vietnam/ China
Types of
Boundaries
Genetic continued
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C. superimposed
boundaries: forcibly drawn
boundaries across a
culturally unified landscape
 e.g. Papau New Guinea/
Indonesia
d. relict boundary: border
that has ceased to function
imprints still evident in
cultural landscape. N-S
Vietnam
Exclusive Economic Zone
(EEZ)
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Under the law of the
sea, an Exclusive
Economic Zone (EEZ)
is a seazone over
which a state has
special rights over
the exploration and
use of marine
resources. It
stretches from the
seaward edge of the
state's territorial
seaout to 200 nautical
miles from its coast.
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Unit III-IV Review