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Unformatted text preview: Carleton University, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies Winter 2010 GEOG 2300A: Space, Place and Identity Quiz #3 NAME: ___________________________ STUDENT #: _____________ Instructions You have 20 (twenty) minutes to complete this quiz. This quiz will be marked out of 20 and will be worth 5% of your Fnal mark . Please write legibly, and answer all the questions in the space provided, using black or blue ink. NOTE: books, notes, calculators, organizers, cell phones, and other electronic devices are not allowed during this exam. Multiple Choice (6 marks) Circle the appropriate letter to answer each question (only one per question). 1) In the context of political geography, an enclave is best described as: a) a piece of national territory separated from the main body of a country b) a piece of territory surround by - but not part of - a country c) an ethnic neighbourhood in a multicultural city d) a small area which supports broader nationalism e) none of the above 2) When looking at the power of maps in electoral geography, what did the last map (3-D representation)...
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