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Geography chapter 4

TermDefinition
NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization, strongest International alliance in history, includes the USA and most of the Western nations of Europe
USA world’s only superpower
diplomacy art of negotiating agreements between nations
Treaties formal agreements between nations
Internationational organizations designed to aid with International Trade & monitor human rights issues and ensure that all are treated with dignity & respect
counts of small samples of the total population
natural increase growth rate expressed in % of births & deaths as well as migration in a country’s population
crude birthrate # of babies born in proportion to every 1000 people living in a country
Crude deathrate # of people who died each year per 1000 people
Infant mortality rate # of infants per 1000 live births that died before 1st birthday
Life expectancy # of years a human can expect to live at the time of their birth
Urbanization movement of people from rural areas to cities & the growth of those cities
Rural areas located in smaller, less populated areas
Population density average # of people who live on each square mile of land
Physiological density population of a country divided by the area of available land in the country
Duties of government to preserve order, protect its citizens from violence by punishing evil & provide justice & defense
Created by: Crayford
 

 



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