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Question number: 309

» The Political Organization of Space

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Which of the following can be considered as an initial attempt to govern several unitary states for becoming one federal state?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Series of Wars

b.

Series of Invasion of Territories

c.

Series of Colonizations

d.

Series of Treaties

e.

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Question number: 310

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In which of the following countries does the first stage of Demographic Transition Model found?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Australia

b.

South America

c.

Eastern and Northern Asia

d.

Western and Southern Africa

e.

Western Europe

Question number: 311

» The Political Organization of Space

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In which of the following ways does the United Nations control the sovereign powers ofany country that disrupts international peace?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

By providing financial assistance to the affected member states

b.

By developing humanitarian organizations

c.

By cancelling the membership of that country

d.

By using economic and military sanctions

e.

None of the above

Question number: 312

» The Political Organization of Space

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When did the legislators and political parties redraw boundaries for voting districts?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

After the release of data from state public polls

b.

After the release of data from national sample survey

c.

After the release of data from national census

d.

After the release of data from national statistics

e.

After the release of data from state elections

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