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Europe, Russia and v

vocab words from the beginning to what we are learning now

What is the definition of culture? Culture is the beliefs, customs, practices, and behaviors of a particular nation or group of people.
What is economics? Economics is the study of how people meet their needs.
What is history? History is events of the past.
What is geography? Geography is the study of the human and nonhuman features of Earth
What is a Government A government is a group of people who have the power to make and enforce laws for a country or area.
What is a absolute location? Describes a place's exact position on Earth using latitude and longitude
What is a relative location? The location of a place relative to another place
What is location? Where something is.
What is Place? Place refers to the mix of human and non-human features at a given location.
What is Region? A region is an area with at least one unifying physical or human feature such as climate, land forms, population or history.
What is movement? movement explores how people, goods, and ideas get from one place to another
What is Human-enviorment interaction? Considers how people people affect their enviorment, of their natural surroundings, and how their enviorrment affects them.
What is scale? Or the area given space on the map corresponds to in the real world
What is distortion? Or loss of accuracy in the size or position of objects on a map
What is projection? Or ways to map Earth on a flat surface.
What is the Renaissance? The Renaissance or a time of "rebirth" or a time of a renewed interest in art and learning.
What is humanism? Or the study of secular or nonreligious subjects such as history and philosophy
What is perspective A technique that allows artists to portray a three-dimensional space on a flat surface
What was the reformation? A religious movement in which calls for reform led to the emergence of non-catholic,or protestant Churches.
What was the Catholic reformation? In response to reformers criticism, the church began to make changes. These changes, which helped keep Catholicism strong, are called the Catholic Reformation.
What was the scientific revolution? A series of major advances in science during the 1500's and 1600's.
What is enlightenment? Was a movement during the 1600'sand 1700's to apply observation and reason to human affairs.
What was the English bill of rights? Was an act that limited the power of a monarch and listed the rights of parliament. and English people.
What was the French Revolution? A political movement that removed the French King from power and formed a republic.
What was the industrial revolution Was a shift from hand tools driven by animal or human power to large-scale machinery powered by fuels or natural forces
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