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Unit 1 World Studies

Intro to the Study of History

Evidence information in various forms used by historians to reconstruct the past
Artifact a human-made object from the past
Primary source a historical record or document produced by an eyewitness or other observer who lived during the time period in question
Secondary Source a record or document referring to past events but not produced at the time
Point of view (POV) a person's way of thinking about a subject
Chronology a sequence of events in time
Periodization the division of history into periods of time
Interregional referring to a land area covering two or more regions
Universal Stadards idea or values, such as human rights, that are said to apply to all people
Cultural diffusion the spread of cultural traits from one society or place to another
Gender roles customs relating to the position of men and women in society
Kinship family relationship, either by birth, marriage, or adoption
Created by: apblakney