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Geography 1.2 Quiz

What are the four questions Cartographers ask themselves when they make a map? What is the goal of the map? Who will read the map? Where will the map be used? What data and resources are available and needed?
Mental Map You perception of the world
Cartographer Mapmaker
Spacial Thinking How we think of the world
Innovation A set of beliefs and behaviors shared by a group of people
Acculturation The process of adopting the social patterns of another group
Social Norms Established standards of behavior that are maintained by society
Dominate Culture The beliefs and behaviors of the majority of people
Deviance Departure of established norms
Counterculture A group of people who are systematically opposed to the dominant culture
Subcultures Differences in cultures, beliefs, or behaviors
Culture Shock Surprise, disorientation, confusion and anxiety that accompany operating within an entirely different cultural environment than one's own
Population The inhabitants of a particular area
Population Density The number of people per square foot or square mile
Demography The study of human population
Census Information collected about people living in particular areas
Demographics Categories or characteristics of populations as they're used in population and opinion research
Population Pyramid Shows the size of different age groups in a population
Created by: archergirl



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