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In what ways has technology affected culture in the region?

decreased educational opportunities improved communication access increased exposure to western culture increased regional isolation threatened traditional values.

Which countries have strong economies even though they have no oil reserves select all that apply?

Answer: The answer choices that I picked and were correct was “Israel” and “Turkey”.

What natural resource played a significant part in the economic development of the Persian Gulf countries?

Since World War II the Persian Gulf and the surrounding countries have come to account for a significant proportion of the world’s oil production. In addition, the area has approximately two-thirds of the world’s estimated proven oil reserves and one-third of the world’s estimated proven natural gas reserves.

Which terms can be used to generalize the human geography of the region?

Your answer: There are several terms that can be used to generalize of the human geography of the region:

  • Religious.
  • Jewish.
  • Islamic.
  • Monotheistic.
  • Multiethnic.
  • Arab.

When analysts in Western cultures use the word fundamentalism in connection with the Middle East they primarily mean?

PLEASE HELP (: When analysts in Western cultures use the word fundamentalism in connection with the Middle East, they primarily mean the Islamic reaffirmation of religious values in (select only one answer): MORE THAN ONE ANSWER.

How does oil impact the economy of countries in the Middle East?

The impact of oil has been somewhat positive: it has opened up many jobs in these regions, which lowers the unemployment rates. When a big industry opens up, this tends to raise the quality of life in the surrounding communities.

Why is Brent more expensive?

Why is Brent crude more expensive than WTI? Simply put, the preference for Brent crude today stems from the fact that it may be a better indicator of global oil prices. Brent essentially draws its oil from more than a dozen oil fields located in the North Sea.

Why is it called Brent crude?

Originally Brent Crude was produced from the Brent oilfield. The name “Brent” comes from the naming policy of Shell UK Exploration and Production, operating on behalf of ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell, which originally named all of its fields after birds (in this case the brent goose).