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GEOG 226 Exam 3 Review Sheet for Lecture Material* *This is not your only review sheet for the exam. Review all materials, including  readings reading prompts , and  lecture notes . This exam will include a  cumulative  map quiz  on all terms listed on the Geographical Locations for Review. The  map quiz  will also be longer and a larger proportion of points  than on previous exams: the  multiple choice section of the exam will be shorter . Finally, be prepared to answer any  question on this sheet or on the reading prompts that could form the basis of an essay  question on the exam. This includes the “cumulative reflection essay” question at the  bottom of this sheet. Islamist Politics  – leftover reading from last class segment Review the Reading Prompt and class discussion notes regarding the Ibrahim Moosa  interview by Krista Bremer, in the article titled “In God’s Name.” We used this article to  open up the economic geography discussion in class. Economic Challenges What is the ‘youth bulge’? What problem does this pose for municipal and state  leadership, as well as for local residents of cities such as Cairo? Today, do oil resources generally belong to foreign states or foreign companies, or do  they belong to the Middle Eastern states where the resources are located? Why is Gulf oil relatively cheap to extract, in comparison to resources located in other  parts of the world? What other factors complicate this situation to make oil an expensive  resource?
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