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Think about the different theories proposed by early political geographers. 1. Which of the three theories do you think is most persuasive? What examples from history or current events would support the theory? 2. What has changed in the world since these theories were first developed that might minimize the impact of location as a source of power? 3. Which do you think has more influence on a state’s power: resources, land size, or location? Explain.

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  1. love_to_love_you
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    @just_one_last_goodbye

  2. just_one_last_goodbye
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    heyo ^_^

  3. love_to_love_you
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    do you think you can help?

  4. just_one_last_goodbye
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    lol ya this seems like something I can do ^_^ gonna need your help tho

  5. love_to_love_you
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    Yeah that's fine. It's just that today is my last day of school and they decided to drop all of this work on me and I need to finish it. This is like one of 20 mini assignments they want me to do

  6. just_one_last_goodbye
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    sorry @love_to_love_you OS updates kicked me off.

  7. love_to_love_you
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    It's okay

  8. love_to_love_you
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    So what do you think

  9. just_one_last_goodbye
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    Direct answer?

  10. just_one_last_goodbye
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    It's cool you can be honest with me ^_^ I'll help anyways

  11. love_to_love_you
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    What do you mean

  12. love_to_love_you
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    Am I asking for a direct answer?

  13. just_one_last_goodbye
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    no xD just since ur in a hurry

  14. just_one_last_goodbye
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    Think this will help you: One of the main scholars in the fields of early cultural evolution was Edward Tylor. Living from 1832 to 1917, Tylor believed that cultures move through three definite stages of progression, savagery, barbarism, and civilization. Sort of like a man climbing up a ladder, he asserted all societies climb up these three stages of cultural evolution; some are just simply further along in the climb than others. Adding to his rather controversial theory, Tylor asserted that the cultures he deemed savage continued to resemble the ancient past because they simply hadn't figured out how to manipulate their environment. When they gained the know-how to do this, they too would progress. Unfortunately, his use of the words savage and barbarism served to add to the cultural superiority that was already all too prevalent among the modernized West.

  15. love_to_love_you
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    It wouldn't be horrible if you gave me one haha but I don't mind just getting help either. It's up to you

  16. just_one_last_goodbye
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    What you think about the article I posted?

  17. love_to_love_you
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    I'm not sure because I don't even know what three theories they are asking about

  18. just_one_last_goodbye
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    Ikr I have so many.

  19. just_one_last_goodbye
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    Other 3 theories I found "They are primitive communism, or group ownership, to feudalism, or power based on land ownership, to eventually capitalism, or the free market economy."

  20. love_to_love_you
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    Social contract theory is one

  21. love_to_love_you
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    checking the lesson to see what they said

  22. love_to_love_you
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    no wait

  23. love_to_love_you
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    heartland, rimland, containment, and domino are the theories they are talking about

  24. just_one_last_goodbye
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    but it says three

  25. love_to_love_you
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    I know we can choose three out of those four

  26. love_to_love_you
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    omg I keep saying the wrong ones

  27. love_to_love_you
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    Sorryyyyyyy

  28. just_one_last_goodbye
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    lol it's cool

  29. love_to_love_you
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    It says

  30. love_to_love_you
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    here are three main categories of political organization: federal, confederation, and unitary. Within these three categories, there are many variations.

  31. love_to_love_you
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    *There

  32. just_one_last_goodbye
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    Do you know the definition for those?

  33. love_to_love_you
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    here you know what

  34. love_to_love_you
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    Let's do a different one

  35. love_to_love_you
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    I can do that one by myself

  36. love_to_love_you
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    1. In this lesson, you were introduced to the quote “The sun never sets on the British Empire.” Do you think that one of today’s states could establish a vast empire like the British created in the 19th and 20th centuries? Support your response by identifying at least three factors in today’s world that would either allow or prevent a modern-day imperialist movement that rivals 19th and 20thcentury imperialism. Remember to support your ideas with factual evidence. 2. Imagine that a political geographer makes the following remark: “Imperialism is a positive force.” How would you respond to this comment? Be sure to approach this question from a human geographer’s perspective and support your ideas with factual evidence.

  37. just_one_last_goodbye
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    Ok so you got 1 and 2 right?

  38. just_one_last_goodbye
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    I can do number 3

  39. love_to_love_you
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    yeah

  40. love_to_love_you
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    Wait what? Number 3?

  41. love_to_love_you
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    Hold on

  42. just_one_last_goodbye
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    number 3 3. Which do you think has more influence on a state’s power: resources, land size, or location? Explain.

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