GEOG 571
Intelligence Analysis, Cultural Geography, and Homeland Security

4.2 Checklist

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This lesson is one week in length. Please refer to the Calendar in Canvas for specific time frames and due dates. To finish this lesson, you must complete the activities listed below. You may find it useful to print this page out first so that you can follow along with the directions.

Steps to Complete Lesson 4
Step Activity Access/Directions
1 Read the Lesson 4 online lecture notes. The lecture notes can be accessed by clicking on the Lesson 4: Identity II - Boundaries and Identity link in the Lessons menu on this page.
2 Required
Reading

Szary, A-l. A.. (2017). Boundaries and borders. In J. Agnew, V. Mamadouh, A. J. Secor, and J. Sharp (Eds.), The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Political Geography (pp. 13-25). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Medzini, A. (2017). The role of geographical maps in territorial disputes between Japan and Korea. European Journal of Geography, 8(1), 44-60.

Wubneh, M. (2015). This land is my land: The Ethio-Sudan boundary and the need to rectify arbitrary colonial boundaries. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 33(4), 441-466.

Note: Registered students can access the readings in Canvas by clicking on the Library Resources link.

4 Complete the Lesson 4 Discussion forum. Post your answer to the Lesson 4 Discussion forum and comment on classmates' responses. You can find the prompt for the Lesson 4 Discussion Forum in the Lesson 4: Identity II - Boundaries and Identity module in Canvas.
Complete the Lesson 4 ArcGIS Online Group Exercise Each group will submit the assignment to the Lesson 4 ArcGIS Online Group Exercise dropbox in the Lesson 4: Identity II - Boundaries and Identity module in Canvas.
5 Complete your Research Project Outline and Annotated Bibliography. Submit your research project outline and annotated bibliography to the Lesson 4 Research Project Outline dropbox in the Lesson 4: Identity II - Boundaries and Identity module in Canvas.