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chapter1 vocab


civics the study of the rights and actives ofm citzens
citenship righst and duties of membership astate
citizens community member who ows loyalty to the goverernment and its entitled to protection form it.
service economy where the majorty of people cn earn their living by providing a service rather than manufacturing a product
values the enral principles or beliefs people use to make judgment and decisions
popular sovereignty the notion that power lies with the people
insitutions sets ofides that people have about relationships obligations roles and functions of society
government the runing authority for a community
naturalization a legal process to obatain citzenship
aliens a noncitizen
immigrants a person who moves permanenty toa new comming
deport to send an alien or immigrant back to his or her own country
public issues considered most significant by government officals
policy a guiding course of action
budger a plan for maken and spending money
democracy a government in which citizens hold the power line
direct democracy s government in which citizens choose a smaller group to govern on their behalf
representative democracy the citizens choose a smaller group to represent them.
republic a sytem of limila goverment in which the ultimate of govermental power
monurchy describes a goverment with a hereditary ruler a king queen or the other royal figure who inhurts this potion of power
majority rule citizens agree that when diffrences of opinion arise they will abide by what most people want
authoriturion power is held by an inuinsual or group not accountable to the people
totalituriun goverments control extened to almost all aspects of people lifes
Created by: reginaandrus12