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chap1 vocab mr adams

an economical system with the means of production and the measn are privately owned capitalism
started at the end of world war 2 lasted til the collapse of the soviet union.it was the rivalry between the two super powers, US and soviet union. it was the war on words. cold war
a person who is regarded as supporting politically leftist or subversive casues. communist
a stage in a sequence of events at which the trend of all future events, especially for better or for worse, is determined: critical turning point and danger. crisis
inputs through which people and interest groups put pressure on the state for change demand
invalidate a theory by finding at least one example where it does not hold true falsifs
a description of how international, economic, social, cultural, and technological forces are affecting events inside individual countries globalization
a generic term to describe the formal part of the state or administration government
the policy of colonizing other countries. establishin empires imperalism
the ricest countries with advanced economics and liberal states industrial democracies
organizations formed to work for the view of a narrow group interest group
the network of economic activity that transcends national boundaries international political economy
poor countries that have not developed strong states or stable reigns less developed countries
countries that have developed a strong industrial base grown faster than most third world nations newly industrialized countries
basic values and assumptions that people have toward authority, political systems, and overarching themes in poitical life. political culture
activities through which individuals can take part in countries politics political participation
an organization that contest elections or otherwise contend for power political party
the decisions ade by a state that defines what it will do public policy
the ability to get someone to do something him or her otherwise would not do power
the institutions and oractices that endures form government to government regime
all individuals and institutions that make public policy whether they are n government or not state
a model for understanding poitical life system theory
a resign in which the state has all but total power totalitarianism
a form of government that gurantees individual freedoms democracy
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