Case study on France and map creation

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Book: The Europeans

Please do this on France IV. Case Studies (individual activity). Each team member must compose their individual case study, answering thoroughly the following questions. After providing an overview of the location of the region you are studying in relation to the country where it is situated, answer the following questions: The section starts om pgs 246-257 • In terms of its physical landscape, where is the region that is experiencing a devolutionary process located and what type of climate is prevalent? (use Figure 2.5 and 2.4 of the textbook).(pgs 45/47) • According to the sources you have consulted, do these physical/natural characteristics have played any role in the historical background for this devolutionary process? How? • How do the people that inhabit the region you are studying speak about their relationship to the land and the environment? Do they express any ideas on biodiversity conservation? • Do they say anything about their homeland? If the region you are studying has a website (official or not), what role do maps play on their web site/s? • Is this region located close to or far from the center of power of the country (the national capital city)? • Does this condition have any impact on the reasons why they would like to gain at-least more autonomy to make their own decisions? • According to the source/s you have consulted, what are the main reason/s why this population would like to break-up from the country in which they live in? • Do this/these source/s mention any explanation/s based on cultural or ethnic characteristics? For example, speaking a different language? Which one? Professing a different religion? Which one? Economic disparities? In addition, to these questions, and, in case some of these regions have their own websites, or you have consulted a source published by a native inhabitant of the region, or you have read excerpts from interviews, look for discussion of conflict, cooperation, or disagreement with national governments, private companies, or multinational corporations working in this region. You may also want to use the following questions to improve your study: • Do the people living in the region you are studying have more than one self-generated website and do those sites present different ideas? • Is there a regional or national project or policy that is disputed? • What position is taken on the website/s? How is the position framed in relation to their rights to self-rule and culture? • What major issue and challenges does the site highlight and how do these relate to globalization? VII. Map (team activity): You must include a map at the end of your work, including the approximate location of all regions/countries studied. Your map must include a pertinent title, an orientation arrow pointing to the geographical north, labels for all regions/countries included in your work, and a legend. (Do the map for France/Catolinia(Spain), Scotland and Ukraine.)

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anamae12
School: UCLA

Hi, I have completely done your assignment. In the map portion, the legend, and some other requirements are there already.. Please ask me anything about any revision if you want.. Also, it is not said in the instruction to include any references..

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Case study on France and map creation
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IV. Case Studies (individual activity). Each team member must compose their individual case
study, answering thoroughly the following questions. After providing an overview of the location
of the region you are studying in relation to the country where it is situated, answer the following
questions: The section starts ompgs 246-257
• In terms of its physical landscape, where is the region that is experiencing a devolutionary
process located and what type of climate is prevalent? (use Figure 2.5 and 2.4 of the
textbook).(pgs 45/47)
Answer:
In the case of France, the region that is experiencing a devolutionary process is the part of
Mainland region. In this part, there are simply geological areas that may have comparable
physical topography or social characteristics in view of physical topographical requests. The type
of climate that is prevalent is Humid subtropical.

• According to the sources you have consulted, do these physical/natural characteristics have
played any role in the historical background for this devolutionary process? How?
Answer:
The physical/natural characteristics of Mainland region at France have been playing important
role in their historical background. The French scene, generally, is made out of moderately lowlying fields, levels, and more established mountain pieces, or massifs. This example
unmistakably prevails over that of the more youthful, high ranges, for example, the Alps and the
Pyrenees. The assorted variety of the land is run of the mill of Continental Europe. Three

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primary geologic locales are discernable: the skeletal stays of old mountains that make up the
Hercynian massifs; the northern and western fields; and the higher youthful crease mountains in
the south and southeast, including the Alps and the Pyrenees...

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