ISS Practice Final - ISS 310-section 2-Final Spring 2010...

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ISS 310—section 2----Final Spring 2010 Burley Final You have one hour and 30 minutes to complete the questions. They are all multiple- choice questions and each question has one and only one correct answer. Please make sure that you answer each and every question 1. The primary lesson from the textbook in chapter 18 “Parks Produce a New Profession.” The profession the textbook is describing is ___. A. Planning B. Ecology C. Wildlife Biology D. Landscape Architecture E. None of the above 2. According to chapter 19 “Urban planning in the Nineteenth Century” the book suggests that the romantic suburbs such as Glendale, Ohio, and Llewellyn Park, New Jersey were inspired from _____. A National Parks B. Greek agoras C. Paris Train Stations D. Cemeteries E. None of the above 3. In the textbook in chapter 20, “Impact of Railroads on the American Landscape,” one of the major points in this chapter is that ______. A. railroads were major form givers of the American and Canadian landscape B. railroads were an extremely inefficient mode of transportation and that canals were more sustainable and cost effective C. most railroad towns adopted the romantic suburb model for the layout of the towns D. A, B, and C E. None of the above 4. Based upon your textbook in chapter 21, “Design for Ostentation: the Late Victorian Eclectic Landscape,” select the word or phrase that best describes this design approach. A. eclectic B. materialistic C. romantic landscape D. A, B, and C E. None of the above 5. According to your textbook in chapter 22, “Noble realities and Ignoble Pretenses:
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people was through _____. A. tall buildings B. world expositions C. national parks D. both A and B E. None of the above 6. Based upon the textbook, which statement reflects the “City Beautiful” movement. A. based upon Gothic design B. lasted for relatively short period, about 16 years C. the driving force of city planning in the 21 st century D. A, B, and C E. None of the above 7. According to your textbook in chapter 23, “the City Scientific,” was the merging of two ideas: _____. A. physical form giving and legal techniques B. legal techniques and neo-classical design C. physical form giving and statistical methods D. statistical methods and sociology E. None of the above 8. In chapter 24, “The Revival of Classicism: Landscape Architecture in an Era of Conspicuous Consumption,” one of the main places where this movement was expressed was ___. A. cemeteries B. estates C. highways D. airports E. None of the above 9. Select the statement which best reflects ideas presented in Chapter 25, “Protection of Natural and Cultural Resources.” A. intellectuals considered this a notable idea in the early 19 th Century B. designers have limits influencing macro-scale environments C. cultural resources are worthy of protection too. D.
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