Define the geographic perspective and explain how this approach can be used to analyze local, regional, national, and international events and situations. Use specific and concrete examples to illustrate your understanding
3 questions to be answered in about 150words or more each some questions offer you what subject you’d like to choose. Please just submit in one document with questions answered within. Supporting reading will be attached. Please cite the classbook for each question and any other useful material.
Classbook: H. J. DeBlij and Peter O. Muller. Geography – Realms, Regions, and Concepts, 15th edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010. ISBN: 978-1-118-09360-3. Chapters 1-6
Question 1: Define the geographic perspective and explain how this approach can be used to analyze local, regional, national, and international events and situations. Use specific and concrete examples to illustrate your understanding. Do not simply cut and paste your answer from materials that you have been given in your text or in the class. You will need to use your critical thinkng skills.
Question 2: Choose ONE of the following questions and answer it fully using geographic concepts.
A. For any one of the political entities (states, nations, nation states, or multi nation states, not realms or regions) that you have studied in the first half of this course, briefly discuss the physical and cultural geographic aspects that impact the country. You may choose those that have either a positive or a negative impact. Be sure to use concrete examples to illustrate your answer.
B. Globalization is increasingly becoming a buzz word. Explain the concept of globalization including the historical, present, and future ramifications of globalization. Be sure to use concrete examples. Read this question carefully and make sure that you answer ALL parts of it.
Question 3: Choose ONE of the following questions and answer it fully using geographic concepts.
A. List and discuss the reasons why Subsaharan Africa remains in the grip of poverty.
B. If as it seems, the current movement toward establishing “Four Nations” in Canada continues to fruition, resulting in fours separate nations, what would be the impact on Canada and what would be the impact in the U.S.?