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Word Association

Word Association Review for the Global History and Geography Exam

WordWords Associated With
Why the Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain. Land, Labor, Capital ($)
Bolshevik Revolution Peace, Bread, Land, 1917, WWI
Causes of the Age of Exploration Renaissance, astrolabe, caravel, cartography
Causes of the Age of Imperialism Feelings of Religious and Cultural Superiority, Religious Fervor, Desire for raw materials/new markets
Causes of World War I Alliances, Nationalism, Imperialism, Militarism, Assassination of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand
Effects of World War I WWII, Rise of Hitler and Mussolini, Militarism in Japan, Bolshevik Revolution, League of Nations, US isolationlism
Protestant Reformation Martin Luther, Indulgences, 95 theses
French Revolution Estate System, Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Robespierre, Storming of the Bastille, March to Versailles
Neolithic Revolution Agriculture, River Valleys, Domestication, Result: Civilizations
End of World War II VJ Day, VE Day, Hiroshima, Nagasaki
Scientific Revolution REASON, Newton, Galileo, Bacon, conflict between science and religion
Fall of the Roman Empire Chaos and Disorder, Feudalism
Effects of the Age of Exploration Middle Passage, Triangular Trade, Columbian Exchange, Mercantilism, Joint Stock Companies
Renaissance Rebirth, Humanism
Age of Enlightenment REASON, democracy, Locke, Montesquieu, Rousseau
Nationalism Gandhi, L'Ouverture, Kenyatta, Nkrumah, Bolivar, Bismarck, San Martin, Napoleon
Nuclear Proliferation Pakistan, India, North Korea, Iran
Apartheid Pass System, Homelands, Nelson Mandela
Genocide/Ethnic Cleansing Armenian Genocide, Khmer Rouge, Pol Pot, Killing Fields, Rwanda, Hutu, Tutsi, Milosevic, Yugoslavia, Darfur, Holocaust
Containment Policy Vietnam War, Korean War, Marshall Plan, Truman Doctrine
Interdependence European Union, NAFTA, OPEC, World Bank, United Nations
Militarism Sparta, Otto von Bismarck, Japan before World War II
Mikhail Gorbechev Glasnost, Perestroika
Adam Smith Laissez-Faire, Capitalism
Mao Zedong Cultural Revolution, Communism, Great Leap Forward
Ho Chi Minh Vietnam, Nationalism, Communism
Stalin Five Year Plans, Forced Famine in the Ukraine, Cult of Personality, Purges
Deng Xiaoping China, Four Modernizations, Tiananmen Square Massacre
Gandhi Civil Disobedience, Pacifism, Salt March, Passive Resistance, Spinning Wheel, Boycotts
Karl Marx Proletariat, Bourgeoisie, Communism, No Social Classes
Confucius Filial Piety, Reciprocity, Analects, Five Relationships, Social Order, Civil Service Exams
Ancient African Empires Gold and Salt (and ivory), Mansa Musa, Timbuktu
Ancient Rome Government, Law, Aqueducts, Roads
Judaism Monotheism, Ten Commandments, Talmud, Torah
Athens Democracy, Science, Math, Golden Age, Sculpture, Philosphy
Hinduism Karma, Dharma, Caste System, Moksha, Ahimsa, Reincarnation
Buddhism Siddhartha Gautama, Enlightenment, Reincarnation, Four Noble Truths, Eightfold Path, Nirvana, Rejecting Caste System
Caste System Brahmin, Kshatriya, Pariah, Rigid Class Structure (No Social Mobility)
Byzantine Empire Justinian, Constantinople, Cultural Diffusion to Slavs
Ancient Egypt Pyramids, Pharaoh, Hieroglyphics
Islam Monotheistic, Five Pillars, Mohammed, Allah, Ramadan, Mecca
Indus River Valley Harappa, Mohenjo-Daro, Urban Planning
Sumerians Cuneiform, Ziggurats, Mesopotamia
8 Features of Civilization Government, Religion, Infrastructure, Written Language, Social Classes, Job Specialization, Art and Architecture, Cities
Limiting the power of the monarch Magna Carta, Glorious Revolution, English Bill of Rights
Adapting to Geography/Environment Terrace Farming, Chinampas, Canals, Dams
Problems in the World Today Desertification, Deforestation, Ethnic Conflicts, World Hunger, Disease, Global Warming
Human Rights Abuses Genocide, Apartheid, Slavery, Child Labor
Strategic Waterways Suez Canal, Panama Canal, Mediterranean Sea, Straight of Hormuz
River Valley Civilizations fertile soil, Egyptians, Sumerians, Babylonians, Shang Dynasty, Harappans
Political Scientist Studies politics, government
Monsoons Rainbearing winds, India
Silk Road Connected Europe, Middle East, China
Crusades Goal: Retake Jerusalem, Result: Increased trade
Black Death Spread along trade routes, led to labor shortages
Renaissance rebirth (Greece and Rome), humanism, began in Italy because of strategic location
Bushido Samurai code of honor
Chivalry Knights code of honor
Peter the Great Modernized/westernized Russia, warm water ports
Suez and Panama Canals shorten trade routes
encomienda system forced labor system in Latin America
Five Year Plans Increase industrial production
Meiji Restoration Modernize/Westernize Japan
OPEC Middle East, Oil
Green Revolution Increased food production
Ibn Battuta and Marco Polo Lead to increased trade
mercantilism control trade of colonies, favorable balance of trade, money
Command Economy government makes decisions (complete opposite of laissez-faire
Four Modernizations Some capitalism, Deng Xiaoping
Commercial Revolution Worldwide trade, joint stock companies, beginning of capitalism
Ottoman Empire Defeats Byzantine Empire, take Constantinople in 1453, leads Europe to find new trade routes (Age of Exploration)
Locke Democracy, natural laws, government should protect rights, people can overthrow government
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