Requirements: You must answer ONE of the two questions that can be found below.

Requirements:
You must answer ONE of the two questions that can be found below. Your responses should focus on course materials; you should not be doing new research to answer these questions. You should not spend more than 3 or 4 hours on this test. You do not have worry about consecutive hours. You have the entire time to work or rework your answers.
2. Your essays MUST:
Use a variety of examples from the lectures and/or assigned readings that made up the GEOG 1F90 course this term.
Because this is a take-home and open-book exam, the TAs will be expecting more from you.
Be written and submitted in Microsoft Word. DO NOT submit it as a PDF file.
Have a length of 4-5 pages. It is OK to go one or two pages over this, but no more than that!
Be double-spaced with 1” margins on all four sides.
Have a reference page (you may use APA, MLA, Chicago Style, etc. as long as you are using your style consistently). You do not have to cite the lecture video content with in-text citations, but you should do so for any reference to the textbook or other course readings.
3. HINT – The key to writing a good exam is showing off what you know. Demonstrate that you know the material and can make connections across lectures, assignments, readings, and previous tests.
You are welcome to contact me with any questions you may have as you write the exam!
2. Question Options
Option 1:
Using tools / concepts that you learned this term, please try to account for inequality in one of the following areas:
· Intersectionality;
· Housing;
· Food and food distribution
These are not your only options. If you have others that fit the question, please use it/them.
Option 2:
Using examples from the course, explain why the concept of “social construction” is so important. Here you might discuss one of:
· The difficulty in shifting culture;
· Sense of place;
· Human environment Relationships.
These are not your only options. If you have others that fit the question, please use it/them.

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