Nation and Best Answer Essay

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1. Which of the following best describes a centrifugal force at work in the region?
a. What is the question asking you to identify?
i. Which one of the choices would be a negative impact?
b. What is the correct response? Why is this choice the best answer to the question?
i. Multiple ethnic groups. It’s the best answer because a state having multiple ethnic groups can cause ethnic conflicts.
c. Read each distractor. What makes each distractor incorrect?
i. Homogeneous cultures aren’t a problem because they’re the same cultures, infrastructure is the basic facilities needed, powerful external threats aren’t a part of a state or within, and physical geography doesn’t cause a negative impact of the states government.
d. How could you rewrite each distractor to make it a correct choice?
i. Heterogeneous cultures, no infrastructures, powerful in-state threats, high mountains separating the state into small states.
2. All of the following centrifugal forces led to the collapse of the Soviet Union except?
a. What is the question asking you to identify?
i. Which choice didn’t contribute to the falling of the Soviet Union?
b. What is the correct response? Why is this choice the best answer to the question?
i. Strong government. It’s the best answer because a strong government wouldn’t contribute to the falling of the Soviet Union, a weak government would.
c. Read each distractor. What makes each distractor incorrect?
i. Multiple ethnic groups could cause ethnic conflicts, which could cause a distraction, making the Soviet Union fall. Sub-nationalism isn’t enough nationalism, therefore making it fall. Multiple languages could cause lack of communication, and if nationalism could be a feeling of superiority over other countries, which could make them not focus on the necessities, and then the Soviet Union would fall.
d. How could you rewrite each distractor to make it a correct answer?
i. The same ethnic group so there are no conflicts due to ethnicity, more people who have love for their country, mostly the same language, and an appropriate amount of nationalism, but not to the point of where the country feels superior to others to the extreme.
3. Which of the following is…