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Chapter 1 terms

Civics The study of the rights and duties of citizens.
Citizenship Rights ers of a state adn duties of members of a state.
Citizen Community member who owes loyalty to the goverment and is entitled to protection from it.
Servive Economy Where the majority of people earn their living by providing a service rather than manucfacturing a product.
Values Broad ideas about what is good or desirable, and shared by people in society.
Popular Soverighty The notation that power lies with the people.
Institutions Set of ideas that people have about relationships, obligation, roles, and funtions of society.
Naturalization By birth and, for foreing born people who choose to become citizens, by a legal process.
Aliens A noncitizen
Immigrant A person who moves permanently to a new country.
Deport To send an alien or immigrant back to his or her own country.
Government is the ruling authority for community, or society.
Public Policy Course of government action to achieve community goals.
Budget A plan for collecting and apeding money, is key to the sucess of the community.
Democracy A government in which citizens hold the power in rule.
Direct Democracy A form of democracy in which the people vote forshand.
Representative Democracy Citizens choose a smaller group to represent them, make laws, and govern on their behalf.
Monarchy A king, queen, or other royal figure who inherits this position of power.
Majority Rule Political principle providing that a majority of the members of a community has The power to make laws binding upon all the people.
Authoritarian Power is held by an individual or a group not accountable to the people.
Totalitarian Government's control extends to almost all aspects of peoples lives.
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