How have governances taken shape over the course of human history, and how have political landscapes defined geographical space? This is the focus of AP Human Geography unit 4. The following quiz is a great study tool in preparing for the political patterns and processes discussed on the AP exam.
The boundary between the United States and Canada is both
ethnic and religious
ethnic and geometric
geometric and religious
geometric and physical
linguistic and religious
Two different ethnicities are most likely to come into conflict when they are separated by a(n)
Chile is most commonly thought of as a(n) ____________ state.
A state the divides power between a central government and several regional governments has a ____________ form of government.
Which of the following is in the correct order in Europe beginning furthest in the past and ending with the most recent?
City-states, nation-states, Roman Empire
City-states, Roman Empire, nation-states
Nation-states, city-states, Roman empire
Roman Empire, city-states, nation-states
Roman Empire, nation-states, city-states
European sought colonies in the sixteenth though the nineteenth centuries for all of the following reasons EXCEPT
Which of the following has a forward capital?
IV. United States
I and III
I and IV
II and III
I, II, and IV
II, III, and IV
Which of the following is best described as a nation-state?
Which of the following is best described as a multi-ethnic state?
Which of the following is best described as a multi-national state?
Which of the following is best described as a multi-state nation?
Which of the following is NOT a supranational organization?
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
The European Union (EU)
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
The Organization of American States (OAS)
Which of the following is an example of a devolved government since 1990?
The provisions of the United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea set laws, regulate use, and use any resource in which of the following zones?
The continental shelf
Exclusive economic zones
Twelve-nautical-mile territorial sea zone
Two-hundred-nautical-miles off the coast of a state
The map above illustrates
an elongated state
a prorupted state
a zone of disamenity