FRQ 2 Boundaries have evolved over time in numerous ways around the world.

A) Define and give an example for the following types of boundaries: subsequent,

antecedent, and relict.

B) Using one specific example for both Africa and Southwest Asia (total of two), describe in detail how superimposed boundaries have contributed to political unrest and confrontation.

FRQ 2 Scoring guideline/rubric - 16 points.

A) 6 points - 1 point for a correct definition, 1 point for a correct example

 


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Troy
05/11/2012 19:03

A. A Subsequent boundary is one that has been put in place after a border had already been established. A grand example of such a boundary would be post-WWII era Berlin, which had a wall placed between West and South Berlin.
An Antecedent boundary, on the other hand, is a boundary set up before there ever was a boundary in place. When looking at the United States, we could say that the states are antecedent boundaries, if we were to neglect the prior inheritance of the Native Americans.
A Relict boundary is one such boundary that is no longer in use today. The first example that ever comes to mind, would be the Great Wall of China. The Berlin wall would work as well, I suppose.

B. When it comes to superimposed boundaries in Southwest Asia, Palestinians and Israelites are the first people to spring to mind. An Antecedent boundary would have been Palestine in the first place, followed by a Subsequent boundary of Israel. As for a Relict boundary, I cannot say that I am fully aware of any at this time.
As for Africa, almost any and all superimposed boundaries come from European colonies sprouting up below their native continent. An Antecedent boundary would be Egypt, before it had a quaint skirmish with the Israelites. A subsequent boundary could be considered Libya, which was made by the US to allow former slaves to go to, if they pleased. Last, but not least, a Relict boundary would be the Suez Canal, which had been taken by the Israelites, and kept until Egypt would recognize their statehood.

Whew...

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Paigeee
05/13/2012 11:09

A) subsequent boundary-a political boundary that developed contemporaneously with the evolution of the major elements of the cultural landscape through which it passes
Example: border between northern ireland and ireland. As the cultural landscape developed, the border was drawn to accommodate religious, cultural, and economic differences.

antecedent boundary-a political boundary that existed before the cultural landscape emerged and stayed in place while people moved in to occupy the surrounding area.
Example: the 49th parallel boundary, dividing the United States and Canada between the Pacific Ocean and Lake of the Woods in northernmost Minnesota.

relic boundary-a political boundary that has ceased to function but the imprint of which can still be detected on the cultural landscape
Example: the old boundary between east Germany and west Germany and the Berlin wall

B)Southwest Asia
antecedent and subsequent boundary-Palestine and boundary of Israel
relic boundary-couldn't find one.

Africa
subsequent boundary-Libya, bought by the United States as a haven for former slaves
antecedent boundary-Egypt
relic boundary-Suez Canal

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paige
05/13/2012 11:21

B) clarification
antecedent boundary-egypt before gaza strip dispute with israel
relic boundary-taken and kept by israel until egypt obtained statehood

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Nathan
05/13/2012 16:33

A) A subsequent boundary is a boundary evolved as the cultural landscape of an area takes shape. An example of this would be the border between China and Vietnam was the result of a long term process of adjustment and modification.
An antecedent boudaries are bounderies that were defined and delimited before the present-day human landscape was developed.
A good example is the border between Malaysia and Indonesia on the island of Borneo.
A relict boundary is a border that has ceased to function but whose imprints are still evident on the cultural landscape.
The border between the North and South Vietnam is a fine example.

B) Southwest Asia
Subsequent - After the dissolution of the SFRY Serbia does not see Kosovo as a soverign state but as its own southern province.
Antecedent - Egypt and the gaza strip incident with Isreal
Relict - In Isreal the Palestinians gave the Isrealites land in Isreal that was believed unusable. When the Isrealites made the land better the Palestinians wanted it back but couldn't get it.

Africa
Subsequent - Many countries were trying to reshape the values of the African people but some only saw them as slave workers
Antecedent - Berlin Conference, 14 states divided up Africa without consideration of existing cultures
Relict - Suez Canal was taken from Egypt by Isreal until Eqypt gained its statehood and then it was returned to them

Done!!!!

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Darlene
05/13/2012 18:17

A) Subsequent: Boundary evolved as the cultural landscape of an area took shape.
Example: The border between China and Vietnam was the result of a long term process of adjustment and modification.

Antecedent: Certain boundaries were defined and delimited before the present-day human landscape was developed.
Example: Border between Malaysia and Indonesia on the island of Borneo.

Relict: A border that has ceased to function but whose imprints are still evident on the cultural landscape.
Example: The border between former North and South Vietnam.

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Darlene
05/13/2012 19:03

B) Africa
Subsequent- how the united states used libya as a place for slaves
Antecedent- Egypt
Relic- Suez Canal

Southwest Asia
Subsequent- Western wall
Antecedent- Fight for Palestine
Relic- Gonna guess ottomin empire?

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02/06/2013 19:11

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02/06/2013 19:15

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02/06/2013 19:18

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Anna
05/13/2012 19:11

A)
Subsequent- is a boundary evolved as the cultural landscape of an area takes shape. An example of this would be the border between East and West Germany.

Antecedent-is a boundary that is there before human settlement and remains afterward. An example is the 49th parallel boundary, dividing the United States and Canada between the Pacific Ocean and Lake of the Woods in northernmost Minnesota.

Relict- is a boundary that does not exist today. An example would be East and West Germany.

B)
Asia
Subsequent-Israel and Palestine
Antecedent- Israel and Palestine
Relict-1967 boarder of Israel? I am not really sure.

Africa
Subsequent-Lybia, the US made slave workers go there.
antecedent-Egypt and Israel (Gaza Strip)
Relict-South Africa and Botswana

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Holly
05/13/2012 19:14

A) Subsequent Boundary- A political boundary that developed contemporaneously with the evolution of the major elements of the cultural landscape through which it passes.
Ex. Northern Ireland and Ireland

Antecedent Boundary- A political boundary that existed before the cultural landscape emerged and stayed in place while people moved in to occupy the surrounding area.
Ex. East and West Germany

B) Southwest Asia
*Subsequent- Palastine
*Antecedent- Israel Gaza Strip
*Relic- 1967 israel border

Africa
*Subsequent- Rwanda and Belgium: when the Belgians moved into Rwanda, they treated the lighter skinned people (Hutu) better than the darker skinned people (Tutsi)
*Antecedent- Sahara Desert
*Relic- Suez Canal (Egypt)

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02/06/2013 19:27

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Holly
05/13/2012 19:15

Relic Boundary- no longer functioning, but still exists

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Derek
05/13/2012 19:41

A.) A Subsequent boundary is one that has been put in place after a border had already been established. An example of this boundary would be Berlin. where it was split up into west and east germany.

An Antecedent boundary is a boundary set up before there ever was a boundary in place. an example is the 49th parallel between the united states and canada.

A Relict boundary is a boundary that is no longer in use today. and example would be the boundary between east and west germany.

B.) Southwest Asia
subsequent boundary-Palestine and boundary of Israel
Antecedent boundary- Israel Gaza Strip
Relic boundary- i couldnt find one

Africa
subsequent boundary- Libya, which the US used to send former slaves to be free.
Antecedent boundary- Egypt
Relic boudary- The Suez Canal which had been taken by the Israelites, until egypt recognized their statehood.

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Chase
05/13/2012 19:43

Subsequent- boundary formed on the basis of cultural structure

example: northern ireland and ireland due to differences of beliefs and religions

Relic- boundary that is no longer in function but still remains

Example: The Great Wall of China

Antecedent- boundary that was well defined and delimited before humans

Example: Malaysia and Indonesia on the island of Borneo.

Part Two--
Africa- Subsequent: Libya, bought by the US for slaves
Antecedent: Sahara and Sahel deserts
Relic:Suez Canal
Southwest Asia- Subsequent: Palestine and Israel
Antecedent: Gaza Strip for the location
Relic: uncertain


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Emily
05/13/2012 19:45

A)
A subsequent boundary is a political boundary that developed contemporaneously with the evolution of the major elements of the cultural landscape through which it passes. An example of a subsequent boundary would be the geometric lines drawn by European powers in Africa during the 19th century that still cause many political problems today.
An antecedent boundary is a political boundary that existed before the cultural landscape emerged and stayed in place while people moved in to occupy the surrounding area. An example of an antecedent boundary is the 49th parallel boundary, dividing the United States and Canada between the Pacific Ocean and Lake of the Woods in northernmost Minnesota.
A relict boundary is a political boundary that has ceased to function but the imprint of which can still be detected on the cultural landscape. An example of a relic boundary is the Berlin wall that once divided West Germany from East Germany.

B)
A subsequent boundary in Africa would be the geometric lines drawn by European powers in Africa during the 19th century. Most of Africa's boundaries were formed during the colonial period, drawn by the ruling nations of Britain, France, etc. Those nations never considered Africa's tribal boundaries or cultural values when drawing these lines, causing a lot of the political problems that occur today. The continent of Africa holds some extremes in terms of Geography that drawing political boundaries would be quite difficult. A subsequent boundary in Southwest Asia would be the Palestine and Israel conflict. Israel has stated its desire to see two state - the State of Israel and a Palestinian state - living side by side in peace and security. Israel believes that a true resolution of the conflict will see two national states, a Palestinian state for the Palestinian people and a Jewish state for the Jewish people.
An antecedent boundary in Africa would be many of the boundaries in the Sahara of northern Africa. An antecedent boundary in Southwest Asia is also the boundary conflict between Israel and Palestine.
A relict boundary in Africa would be the boundary between Chad and Libya. I am not able to find a relict boundary in Southwest Asia.

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Trinity (=
05/13/2012 19:55

Subsequent- a boundry that evolved as the cultural landsacep evolved.
Antecedent- A boundry that exsited befor there was population,, and stil remained after.
Relic- A boundry that does not exsit anymore.

Africa
- Subsequent: Lybia
- Antecendent: Egypt
- Relic- Suez Canal

Asia-
- Subsequent: ISreal and Palisitine
- Antecendent: isreal and and Palisitine
- RElic- Couldnt find one

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ZACH!!!!!!
05/13/2012 20:29

A) Subsequent Boundary-A subsequent boundary is a boundary evolved as the cultural landscape of an area takes shape
Example-North Ireland and Ireland Border

Antecedant Boundary- is a boundary that existed before the cultural landscape emerged and stayed in place while people moved in to occupy the surrounding area
Example- the 49th parallel boundary which devided the United States and Canada between the Pacific Ocean and Lake of the Woods in northernmost Minnesota.

Relic Boundary- is a boundary that has ceased to function but whose imprints are still evident on the cultural landscape.
Example- Great Wall of China and Berlin Wall

B) Southwest Asia
Subsequent Boundary-Palestine and Isreal border
Antecedant Boundary-Palestine and Isreal border
Relic Boundary- Isreal and Palestine Border????

Africa
Subsequent Boundary- Libya because we brought the slaves there for freedom
Antecedant boundary- The Sahara Desert or Egypt
Relic Boundary- SUEZ CANAL!!!!!!

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Allysa
05/14/2012 18:52

Subsequent Boundary- line drawn after an area is occupied which takes into account ethnic differences. An example is China and Vietnam.

Antecedant Boundary- boundary drawn across an area before it was well populated. An example is Border between Malaysia and Indonesia on the island of Borneo.

Relic Boundary- A border that has ceased to function but whose imprints are still evident on the cultural landscape. An example is The border between former North and South Vietnam.

Southwest Asia
Subsequent- Isreal and Palestine
Antecedent- gaza strip
Relic- noth and south vietnam, not really the right area?

Africa
Subsequent- Lybia
Antecedent- Egypt
Relic- Suez Canal





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Dylan
05/16/2012 14:30

A) Subsequent- boundary formed on the basis of cultural structure

Example: northern ireland and ireland


Relic- boundary that is no longer in function but still remains

Example: The Great Wall of China


Antecedent- boundary that was well defined and delimited before humans

Example: Malaysia and Indonesia on the island of Borneo.


B) Africa
Subsequent- how the united states used libya as a place for slaves
Antecedent- Egypt
Relic- Suez Canal


Southwest Asia
Subsequent- Palastine
Antecedent- Israel Gaza Strip
Relic- 1967 Israel border

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