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Culture

TermDefinition
Social Groups Rich, poor, middle class; how young and old people are treated; ethnic groups
Language Used to share information; Chinese, Japanese, English, German; sometimes includes a dialect
Religion Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam
Daily Life What people eat and how they eat it; what people wear.
History Celebrate holidays to remember heroes; remember disaster and defeats
Art Paintings, sculptures, architecture, dance, music, theater, literature
Government Monarchy, dictatorship, and democracy are all examples
Economy Command, market, and traditional are all types of this
Cultural region Area that shares similar cultural traits
Cultural diffusion The process of spreading new knowledge and skills to other cultures
Death rate Number of people out of 1,000 who die in a year
Birthrate Number of children born each year for every 1,000 people
Famine Lack of food
Population density Average number of people living in a square mile
Migrate People moving from one country to another
Emigrate To LEAVE a country
Immigrate To move INTO a NEW country
Natural resources Products of the earth that people use to meet their needs
Renewable resources Resources that cannot be used up; wind, water, sun
Nonrenewable resources Resources that cannot be replaced; oil, natural gas, coal, minerals
Created by: j.otto
 

 



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