Ch 26: Political Geography Overview

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Learn more about political geography in this collection of lessons and quizzes. These materials can be used as a comprehensive study guide to help you get the best score you can on an upcoming exam.

Political Geography Overview - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our instructors will define a state as a concept and explain its size and development. The different shapes of states, including compact and perforated, will be discussed. You will also learn about the differences between cultural and physical boundaries.

As you progress through the lessons, the cultural and political influences on local government boundaries will be presented. You'll read about economic alliances and cooperation among the states. After you've reviewed these lessons, you should be able to:

  • Define state as a concept
  • Explain what a prorupted and perforated state look like
  • Differentiate between physical and cultural boundaries
  • Describe how political influence affects local government boundaries

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