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soc studies

unit 3 study guide

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how does growing population affect people? food and water shortages.
how does growing population affect the environment? more pollution to the environment
why have death rates gone down? better medicines
what is migration? when you move to a new country
what are push factors? factors that make you not want to live there
what are pull factors? things that make you want to live there
what is the difference between urban and rural? urban is the city and rural is the country
what are economic factors of migration? jobs, oppression
what are political factors of migration? war, sexism, racism
what are social factors of migration? friends,family
what are environmental factors of migration? lots o pollution,
how are refugees and immigrants similar and different? refugees are the same because they are both looking for a better life and are different because a refugee is looking for safety and immigrants are looking for like a new job.
what is culture? the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.
what are some things that are part of culture? the way you do things like eat or traditions your culture does or practices
what are gender roles? the specific thing that only a male or female is allowed to do.
what is cultural diffusion? when people from different cultures mix and share ideas
what are some examples of cultural diffusion? pizza from italy sushi from japan
where did each religion begin? jews: israel christanity:israel isamic: saudi araiba buddism:india hinduism: india
what date did each religion begin? hinduism: 3000 b.c judism: 2000 b.c budism: 480 b.c christanity: 32 a.d islam: 570 a.d
who founded each religion? jews: abraham christanity: jesus christ isamic:muhamad buddism: siddhartha gautama hinduism:unknown
what is karma? what goes around comes around
what is the difference between monotheistic and polytheistic? one god is monotheistic and many gods is polytheistic
how is Christianity and Islamic the same and different? same: monotheistic different: monotheistic
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