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 Language Moved with agricultural innovations What is the difference between race, nationality, and ethnicity? Culture - - Elements of culture: Architecture Food Religion Language Ethnicity Music Clothing Dance Unit IV – Political Geography Shapes of states – compact, elongated, prorupted, perforated, fragmented Types of nations and states Nation-state Multi-state nation Multi-nation state Nation without a state Ethnic exclave Ethnic enclave Irredentism Boundaries Geometric – use latitude and longitude Physical – use natural features such as mountains or bodies of water Ethnographic/cultural – language, religion, ethnicity Types of Boundaries 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 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 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) 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.