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Soc. Stud. 1

Population, citizenship and culture

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A group's way of life, including types of food, shelter, clothing, language, behavior and ideas. Culture
The characteristics of a human population, such as age, income, and education. Demographics
A person who takes up permanent residence in another country. Immigrant
To move from one place to another. Migrate
To object to Protest
Reasons why people migrate; "push" factors cause them to leave; "pull" factors make them come to a place. Push-pull theory
The family one is descended from, going back in time; heritage. Ancestors
A group consisting of parents and children living together in a household. Also consist of people related to one another by blood or marriage. Family
A loyalty of a citizen to his or her government, or of a subject to his or her sovereign. Allegiance
A group of citizens chosen to hear and decide the facts of a case in a court of law. Jury
The advantage or benefit of all people in society or in a group. Common good
A formal expression of opinion or choice as by ballot in an election Vote
The rights that every person should have regardless of race, religion, gender, nationality, age, and disability . Civil rights
Impossible to take away or give up. Ex: life, liberty and pursuit of happiness Unalienable
The beginning or establishment of something. Institution
A measure of the number of organisms that make up a population in a defined area. Population density
The spread of cultural beliefs and social activities from one group to another. Cultural diffusion
The whole number of people living in a country, city, or area. Population
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