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Unformatted text preview: 1. Which empire arose in Turkey and lasted until World War I? Student Response A.The Huns B.The Romans C.The Ottomans D.The Mongols Score: 4/4 2. During which century did the first migration of Arabs to North Africa occur? Score: 0/4 3. Which language predominates in the northern portion of the Middle East Score: 0/4 4. Extreme tourism typically has an element of danger or risk involved. Student Response True Score: 4/4 5. What country was added to the Lonely Planet guidebook series for the first time in 2007? Score: 4/4 6. Research has shown that even short-term volunteer tourism experiences help to break down stereotypes and equity between hosts and guests. Student Response False Score: 4/4 7. Which of the following is not true of Volunteer Tourism? Score: 4/4 8. Aside from the U.S., which other country has invaded Afghanistan in the past thirty years? Score: 4/4 9. What is the largest form of tourism in the United Arab Emirates? Score: 4/4 10. What type of tourism is Saudi Arabia most famous for? Score: 4/4 11. Which of the following regions or cities is best known as a shopping tourism destination? Score: 0/4 12. Which empire conquered and ruled Baghdad for 200 years? Score: 4/4 13. Which mountain range lies in northwest Africa? Score: 4/4 14. The movie Borat, was seen by the government of Kazakhstan as being a positive force for tourism development in that country. Student Response False Score: 4/4 15. Which geographic feature separates North Africa from the rest of the continent? Score: 4/4 16. The Hajj is considered the largest tourist gathering in the world. Student Response True Score: 0/4 17. Which of the following is not one of the three religions that consider Jerusalem a holy city and visit there often as religious tourists? Score: 4/4 18. Islamic food practices of halal and haram include all of the following, except: Score: 4/4 19. Which of the following countries has signed a peace treaty with Israel and opened the door to better tourism relations? Score: 4/4 20. Iran is a popular tourist destination for which group of people? Score: 4/4 21. Which subregion of the Middle East is called the "Maghreb"? Score: 4/4 22. Because of the arid nature of the Middle East and Arabian Peninsula, there is very little wildlife that can be used as nature tourism resources. Student Response True Score: 0/4 23. Which of the following countries is a major mass and high-end tourism destination? Score: 4/4 24. Which African country on the Mediterranean Sea is sometimes excluded in formal definitions of "North Africa"? Score: 4/4 25. Only Muslims can visit the holy city of Makkah (Mecca). Student Response False Score: 0/4 1. What is the primary form of tourism in Israel?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2010 for the course GGR 241 taught by Professor Unk during the Spring '10 term at N. Arizona.

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