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World Geo Review #1

Reporting Category 1: History, Government, Citizenship

Human Geographic Factors relate to things people have created or done such as technology, transportation, city developments
Physical Geographic Factors relate to things found in nature such as bodies of water, climate, land forms
Migration the movement of people from one place to another
Diffusion when something spreads such as religion, ethnic groups, or ideas
Columbian Exchange the idea that plants, animals, food, and products were exchanged between the Americas and Europe
Political Maps maps that show political units such as countries, cities, boundries, and voting patterns
Nationalism the belief that people/ ethnic groups should have their own government and territory.
Patriotism devotion to one's country
(Pure) Democracy the people govern themselves by meeting together and making laws for their society EX: Ancient Greece
Dictatorship on person rules the nation wit no limits to his/her power EX: North Korea
Monarchy one person rules for life usually inheriting that position from a family member EX: Saudi Arabia
Republic (Indirect Democracy) Through elections people choose those who governs them EX: U.S.
Theocracy Those who rule do so because they are members of a particular religious faith EX: Iran
Totalitarian one or few individuals possess total control over the government and economy EX: Stalin in the former Soviet Union
United Nations (U.N.) An organization of nations who's purpose is to help solve international problems
European Union (U.N.) an assotiation of european countries who's members agree to cooperate on ecomomic matterws
Created by: ZebraQueen12