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TermDefinition
Social Scientists people who study the world in which humans live in
Historians study written records of past events
Geographers study the Earths surface and how it impacts humans
topography physical land features
climate weather
human migrations movement and the way people adapt to their envirements
political maps show countries, their borders, and capitals
Economists study how societies use available resources
Anthropologists study of past and present human cultures
Archaeologists examine the culture of past human societies through analysis of physical remains
Primary Source A firsthand record of a historical event created by an eyewitness who actually experienced the event
Secondary Source A second hand record of a historical event created by a person who didn't experience the event
Neolithic Age "New Stone Age"
Key development of Neolithic Age Humans first discovered how to perform Agriculture and domesticate animals for food and drink
Key development of Neolithic Age Humans switched from being nomads to being settled farmers who lived in permanent settlements
Key development of Neolithic Age Farming created steady food supply
Key development of Neolithic Age Permanent villages became civilizations
Key development of Neolithic Age Development of farming was so important that it became Neolithic Revolution
The Industrial Revolution change from producing goods by hand to producing goods in factories
natural recourses necessary to produce and transport goods
Industrialization machines were used to produce goods in factories
Urbanization the growth of cities
Bad Working Conditions workers in worked in dangerous conditions for long hours with lithe pay
Formation of Labor Unions workers formed labor unions that fought to improve the pay and conditions
legislation governments eventually passed las to set minimum wage and end child labor
Laissez faire Capitalism the economic system was used during the Industrial Revolution
following ideas Businesses and factories should be owned by individuals
following ideas business decisions should be made by individuals
following ideas prices should be set by individuals based on supply and demand
Karl Marx and Fredrich Engels believed Laissez faire was bad
Communist Manifesto Book written by Marx and Engels stated that the poor factory workers should overthrow the leisias fair capitalism and work and wealth should be shared equally
Created by: ChrisMatos