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Unit 1 Social Studie

TermDefinition
Population Number of people in a country or state
Most of the African got their independence from? Britain and France
What are three most populated countries in the world? India, China and the USA
Theme #1 tradition and innovation Tradition is handing down a belief or custom Innovation is an introduction of something new They will conflict because some people do not want to change their roots
Theme #2 Expansion and Isolation Isolation is a community or group that can support themselves from the world which limits trade and other world connections Expansion: A community or group develops connection which creates a stronger trade and culture
Theme #3 Individual and Society When one person or small group of people have a viewpoint, take action or lead a movement against the majority.
Theme #4 Liberty and Authority When a group of people are being ruled by uncompromising leaders and want to govern themselves and make their own laws
Theme #5 Poverty and Wealth They are what separate the social classes; the wealthy people overpower the poor
Theme #6 Humans and Environment When humans and the environment interact which could have a negative or positive effects. They can it harm the other
Universal Declaration of Human Rights It was created 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10th
Created by: nforbes21
 

 



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