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Suburb: Quiz


Question 1: These suburbs also serve as major housing areas and ________.
Urban sprawlCommuter townShopping mallNew York City

Question 2: In 1998 the governmental structure was reorganized to include many of these formerly independent suburbs into the Greater Toronto Area (see ________).
OntarioGreater Toronto AreaLondon, OntarioHamilton, Ontario

Question 3: The movie was shot in some ________ suburban neighborhoods and showed the dreams of a typical suburban boy.
San Fernando ValleyLong Beach, CaliforniaLos Angeles County, CaliforniaLos Angeles

Question 4: In America, similar but more violent themes could be found in the works of ________, most notably Blue Velvet, which establishes a view of idealistic suburbia and then showcases a dark, depraved underworld.
Wild at Heart (film)Mulholland Drive (film)Twin PeaksDavid Lynch

Question 5: The ideals of family life transformed during this time of suburbanization, ________ became more specific and the nuclear family became the norm for the middle class.
Butch and femmeHomosexualityGender identityGender role

Question 6: They can be the residential areas of a large city, or separate residential communities within commuting distance of a ________.
TownIndependent cityCityMunicipality

Question 7: The 1960s television series The Dick Van Dyke Show starring ________ and Mary Tyler Moore was set in New Rochelle, New York, an affluent Westchester County suburb of New York City.
Harry BelafonteJack CassidyYul BrynnerDick Van Dyke

Question 8: The movie ________ (1982) depicts the adventures of a young and lonely suburban boy who befriends an alien creature from another planet.
Saving Private RyanSchindler's ListE.T. the Extra-TerrestrialJurassic Park (film)

Question 9: Urban development in ________ has largely paralleled development in the United States.
BelizeBarbadosCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 10: The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American Dream is a 2004 documentary film concerning ________ and its implications for the suburban lifestyle.
2000s energy crisisPetroleumPeak oilEnergy development


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