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Quiz 10 - Attempt 1

Quiz 10 - Attempt 1 - Blackboard Learning System< Your...

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Unformatted text preview: 11/19/11 Blackboard Learning System < Your location: Assessments > View All Submissions > View Attempt View Attempt 1 of 2 Title: Quiz 10 (Ch. 8 - World in Late 20th Century) Started: November 19, 2011 10:23 AM Submitted: November 19, 2011 10:42 AM Time spent: 00:18:56 Total score: 77.7509/100 = 77.7509% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 100 1. By the 19905 the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere had begun to decline. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. True IE] B. False E Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 2. The conflict between the Hutu and Tutsi involved all the following except Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. Zaire. I B. Uganda. I I5] c. South Africa. a I I D. Rwanda. I Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 3. In the late 20th Century global preoccupations shifted from political revolution and superpower conflict to social and economic issues. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response 5] A. True a I B.Fabe webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 1/6 11/19/11 Blackboard Learning System Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: The Russian Federation minimized ethnic conflict by annexing territories with ethnic Russian populations and recreating the old borders of the former Soviet Union. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. True Score: 0/6.65 Comments: 5. The most violent conflict between former Yugoslavian ethnic groups occurred in Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. Serbia. D. Herzegovina- Montenegro. Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 6. make up the majority population and dominant group in the former Yugoslavia. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. Albanians D. Croations Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 7. The new global economy is not characterized by l———l webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 2/6 11/19/11 Blackboard Learning System Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. international dispersal of business and finance operations. . the elimination of trade barriers. . international coordination of trade, finance, and economic aid. D. protectionism. a Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 8. The most popular use of satellite television is for Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. news. B. entertainment. a D. propaganda. Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 9. During the Gulf War, the U. S. and its allies fought the forces of Student Correct Answer Feedback Response fl A. Iraq. C. Saudi Arabia. Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 10. webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 3/6 11/19/11 Blackboard Learning System By the 19905 has become China's major trading partner. Student Correct Answer Feedback Response A. Japan B . the United M States I C. Korea I I D. Russia I Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 11. Richard Florida argues that population change, the growth of cities, and clustered populations have created both an uneven distribution of population and wealth across the world. Student Response Correct Answer False True Score: 0/6.65 Comments: 12. Tom Friedman’s statement that “The World is Flat” is based on the idea that nuclear weapons have “leveled” international relationships and military defense. Student Response Correct Answer False False Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 13. According to Tom Friedman this “flattening process” was totally unexpected and not seen by earlier economic theorists. Student Response Correct Answer False False Score: 6.65/6.65 Comments: 14. Which of the following broad categories is NOT a reason for the “flattening” of the world’s according to Tom Friedman? webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 4/6 11/19/11 15. Student Response 1. Population explosion. 2. Outsourcing and Insourcing. 3. Information Technology. 5] 4. Collapse of communism and shift to free- market economics. Score: Comments: Blackboard Learning System Correct Answer Feedback 0/6.65 Match the term to the correct description or definition. 1. Four Dragons 2. Federation 3. Confederation 4. Civic Nationalism 5. Ethnic Nationalism 6. Kyoto Protocols Statement a. Form of nationalism in which the state derives political legitimacy from the active participation of its citizenry or the "will of the people". b. Form of nationalism in which the state derives political legitimacy from historical cultural or hereditary groupings. c. Proposed amendment to an international treaty on global warming that commits signees to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. d. State comprised of self-governing regions united by a central government. Component states usually do not have the right to secede unilaterally . e. State comprised of self-governing regions, but lacking a central government. Component states usually have the right to secede unilaterally. f. South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore Response Correct Match f f e d d e a a b b c c webctap.gardner—webb.edul...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 5/6 11/19/11 Blackboard Learning System Score: 4.6009/6.9 Comments: webctap.gardner—webb.edu/...lcobaltMainFrame.dowebct 6/6 ...
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