GENED3(PRACTICE EXAM)
  • 1. Difficult to find alternative to fossil fuels
A) Kyoto protocol
B) Barrionuevo 2007
C) Armitage 2005
D) Ritzer 2015
E) Dean 2007
  • 2. Over look the impacts of dealing interest in the Technological Fixes such as geoengineering.
A) Barrionuevo 2007
B) Dean 2007
C) Armitage 2005
D) Ritzer 2015
  • 3. These are significant challenges involved in implementing various measure such as "Carbon Tax " and " Carbon neutrality"
A) Kyoto protocol
B) Armitage 2005
C) Dean 2007
D) Barrionuevo 2007
  • 4. Aimed at a reduction off global carbon emissions but failed to take of largely.
A) Dean 2007
B) Dean 2007
C) Ritzer 2015
D) Kyoto protocol
  • 5. Barrionuevo 2007 It is less efficient and its led to escalation in the price of corn which servers as a major source of ethanol
A) Barrionuevo 2007
B) Ritzer 2015
C) Armitage 2005
D) Dean 2007
  • 6. Noted neoliberals and environmentalists debate the impact of free trade on the environment.
A) Antonio 2007
B) Harvey 2005
C) Armitage 2005
D) Kyoto protocol
  • 7. Says that environmental issues should be given priority over economic issues.
A) Antonio 2007
B) Harvey 2005
C) Armitage 2005
D) Kyoto protocol
  • 8. is the development of our world today by using the Earths resources and the preservation of such for the future.
A) ENVIRONMENTAL DEGREDATION
B) Trade Liberazation
C) Sustainable development
D) Economic Globalization
  • 9. Protectionism usually comes in the form of quotas and tariffs are unique fee on import or export.
A) Trade Liberalization (Partnership)
B) Efficiency
C) Economic Globalization(Protectionism)
D) Sustainable development
  • 10. A one country to another country could be give five dollar tariff.
A) Trade Liberalization (Partnership)
B) Economic Globalization(Protectionism)
C) Efficiency
D) Sustainable Development
  • 11. Means finding the quickest possible way of producing large amount a particularly product by this process people made buying of good easier and the demand will increase.
A) Antonio 2007
B) Efficiency
C) Kyoto protocol
D) Degradation
E) Armitage 2005
  • 12. It is define as the sum of activities that takes place both within a country and between different countries.
A) Global system
B) Sustainable Development
C) Global Economy
D) Environmental Degredation
  • 13. AS DEFINED BY THE UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE ON WORLD FOOD SECURITY, MEANS THAT ALL PEOPLE, AT ALL TIMES, HAVE PHYSICAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC ACCESS TO SUFFICIENT, SAFE, AND NUTRITIOUS FOOD THAT MEETS THEIR FOOD PREFERENCES AND DIETARY NEEDS FOR AN ACTIVE AND HEALTHY LIFE
A) FOOD SECURITY
B) Income inequality
C) GLOBAL INCOME INEQUALITY
D) The Global City
  • 14. IT TAKES INTO ACCOUNT ALL THE ASSETS OF A NATION-MAY THEY BE NATURAL PHYSICAL, AND HUMAN-LESS THE LIABILITIES. IN OTHER
A) INCOME INEQUALITY
B) The global city
C) THE THIRD WORLD AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH
D) GLOBAL INCOME INEQUALITY
  • 15. ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY ALSO CONTRIBUTED TO WORLDWIDE INCOME INEQUALITY.
A) Income inequality
B) THE THIRD WORLD AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH
C) INCOME INEQUALITY
D) The Global City
  • 16. GLOBALIZATION HAS DEEPLY ALTERED NORTH-SOUTH RELATIONS IN AGRICULTURE
A) Global income
B) INCOME INEQUALITY
C) THE GLOBAL CITY
D) THE THIRD WORLD AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH
  • 17. THE SWEDISH STATISTICIAN HANS ROSLING ONCE SAID, "THE 1 TO 2 BILLION POOREST IN THE WORLD WHO DON'T HAVE FOOD FOR THEE DAY SUFFER FROM THE WORST DISEASE, GLOBALIZATION DEFICIENCY. THE WAY GLOBALIZATION IS OCCURRING COULD BE MUCH BETTER, BUT THE WORST THING IS NOT BEING PART OF IT.
A) THE THIRD WORLD AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH
B) ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION, POVERTY, AND INEQUALITY
C) THE GLOBAL CITY
D) GLOBAL INCOME INEQUALITY
  • 18. Societies that are structured around small local communities with production typically being done in family setting, Because these societies have limited resources and technology, most of their time is spent in laboring to produce food, which creates a strict social hierarchy.
A) TAKE-OF STAGE
B) TECHNOLOGY MATURITY
C) TRADITIONAL STAGE
D) HIGH MASS CONSUMPTION
  • 19. Nation in this phase typically begin to push for social change along with the economic change like implementing basic schooling or everyone and developing more democratic political system.
A) TRADITIONAL STAGE
B) TAKE-OF STAGE
C) HIGH MASS CONSUMPTION
D) TECHNOLOGY MATURITY
  • 20. describes this stage as a short period of intensive growth, in which industrialization begins to occur, and workers and institution became concentrated around a new industry.
A) HIGH MASS CONSUMPTION
B) TRADITIONAL STAGE
C) TAKE-OF STAGE
D) TECHNOLOGY MATURITY
  • 21. It is when your country is big enough that production becomes more about wants than need. Many of these countries put social support systems in place to ensure that all of their citizen have access to basic necessities.
A) TECHNOLOGY MATURITY
B) HIGH MASS CONSUMPTION
C) TAKE-OF STAGE
D) TRADITIONAL STAGE
  • 22. It took control of land and raw materials to funnel wealth back to the west.
A) Colonialism
B) human resources
C) European countries-
D) natural resources.
  • 23. Dependency Theory was initially developed by?
A) Sachez, 2014
B) Hans Singer and Raul Prebisch
C) Toye, 2003
D) Cordoso and Felato 1979
  • 24. Dependency is the condition in which the development of the nation-states of the South contributed to a decline in their independence and to an increase in economic development of the countries of the North.
A) 1950's
B) Cordoso and Felato 1979
C) Toye, 2003)
D) Sachez, 2014
  • 25. it argues that liberal trade cause greater impoverishment, not economic improvement, to less developed countries.
A) Cordoso and Felato 1979
B) Sachez, 2014
C) Toye, 2003
D) Traditional answer
  • 26. Latin American Scholars, however, are critical of that answer and are intrigued by their region's underdevelopment.
A) European countries
B) Sachez, 2014
C) Cordoso and Felato 1979
D) Toye, 2003
  • 27. are countries that are less developed and receive an unequal distribution of the world's wealth.
A) Core countries
B) Ferraro, 2008
C) Sachez, 2014
D) Peripheral nation
  • 28. the other hand, are ore industrialized nations who receive the majority of the world's wealth.
A) Toye, 2003
B) Ferraro, 2008
C) Peripheral nation
D) Core countries
  • 29. Dependency theorists saw that the development of peripheral nation is stagnant because of the exploitative nature of the core nations.
A) Core countries
B) Peripheral nation
C) Sachez, 2014
D) Ferraro, 2008
  • 30. The idea of dependency refers to the conditions under which alone the economic and political system can exist and function in its connections with the world productive structure
A) Cardoso and Felatto (1979)
B) Palma (1978)
C) Andre Gunder Frank (1969)
D) Sanchez, 2014
  • 31. noted that chief among the arguments accounting for Latin American underdeveloped was the "excessive" reliance on exports of primary commodities.
A) Sanchez, 2014
B) Cardoso and Felatto (1979)
C) Palma (1978)
D) Andre Gunder Frank (1969)
  • 32. expoused the North American Neo-Manest approach. He contended the idea that less developed countries would develop by following the path taken by the developed countries, Developed countries were undeveloped in the beginning but not underdeveloped.
A) Palma (1978)
B) Sanchez, 2014
C) Cardoso and Felatto (1979)
D) Andre Gunder Frank (1969)
  • 33. The two main sub- theories of Dependency Theory according to (Sanchez, 2014) are?
  • 34. described the high-income of the world economy
A) Simi-periphery
B) Periphery
C) Core
  • 35. describe the middle income of the world economy
A) Core
B) Periphery
C) Simi-periphery
  • 36. describe the low income of the world economy.
A) Core
B) Periphery
C) Simi-periphery
  • 37. A situation in which separate markets for the same product become one single market.
A) THE BRETTON WOODS SYSTEM
B) INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
C) MARKET INTEGRATION
D) THREE SECTORS OF PRODUCTION
  • 38. extracts raw materials from natural environments
A) Secondary Sector
B) Primary Sector
C) Tertiary Sector
  • 39. involves services rather than goods.
A) Tertiary Sector
B) Primary Sector
C) Secondary Sector
  • 40. gains the raw materials and transforms them into manufactured goods.
A) Tertiary Sector
B) Secondary Sector
C) Primary Sector
  • 41. World economies have been brought closer together by globalization. It is reflected in the phrase "When the American economy sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.
A) BRETTON WOODS SYSTEM
B) INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
C) THREE SECTORS OF PRODUCTION
D) MARKET INTEGRATION
  • 42. •The major economies in the world had suffered because of World War I, the Great Depression in the 1930s, and World War II. Because of the fear of the recurrence of lack of cooperation among nation-states, political instability, and economic turmoil (especially after the Second World War), reduction of barriers to trade and free flow of the money among nations became the focus to restructure the world economy and ensure global financial stability (Ritzer, 2015).
A) THREE SECTORS OF PRODUCTION
B) MARKET INTEGRATION
C) INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
D) THE BRETTON WOODS SYSTEM
  • 43. The General Agreement on Tariff and Trade (GATT) that was established in 1947.
A) (Goldstein et al., 2007)
B) Peet (2003)
C) Ritzer (2015)
D) (Ritzer, 2015, p. 60)
  • 44. Global trade and finance was greatly affected by the Bretton Woods system.
A) Goldstein (2007).
B) Ritzer(2015)
C) Trachtman(2007).
D) Peet (2003),
  • 45. "differences between nations in relation to regulations on items as manufactured goods or food. A given nation can be taken to task for such items"
A) Trachtman(2007)
B) Goldstein(2007).
C) Ritzer (2015)
D) Peet (2003)
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