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chapter 4-study guid
chapter 4- study guide: this will have all the information from chapter 4
|the set of beliefs, values, and practices that a group of people have in common
|an activity or behavior in which people often take; language, sports
|an area in which people have many shared culture- North Africa
|a group of people who share a common culture and ancestry
|having a variety of cultures in the same area
|the spread of culture traits from one region to another
|the total number of people in a given area
|Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
|the value of all goods and services produced within a country in a single year
|the process in which countries are increasingly linked to each other through culture and trade
|culture traits that are well known and widely accepted
|the reliance of one country on the resources, goods, or services of another country
|United Nations (UN)
|an organization of countries that promotes peace and security around the world
|assistance to people in distress
|How do cultures develop?
|〪most cultures are learned or passed down from families, traditions, laws, history, environment, and conflicts 〪immigrants can also introduce new cultures
|how have cultures changed?
|〪people are treated equally 〪electricity 〪clothing 〪technology 〪transportation
|what do population patterns tell us?
|〪where you live- variety of business, types of transportation 〪population density- # of people in one area
|what three items track population change?
|birthrate, death rate, and the rate of natural increase
|how does migration create population change? What other changes in culture have caused population change?
|As one country loses citizens as a result of migration, its population can decline. At the same time, another country may gain population as people settle there. medicine also can cause population change because medicine can save lives so people won't die
|how has globalization promoted cooperation?
|we can get bumpers designed in france transported to the U.S. so that we can make a car
|What are the 4 types of government?
|democratic, monarchy, dictatorship, and communism
|a form of government in which the people elect leaders and rule by majority- U.S., Canada, Mexico
|A monarchy is ruled directly by a king or queen, the head of a royal family- Saudi Arabia
|a type of government in which a single, powerful ruler has total control. This leader, called a dictator, often rules by force- Iraq
|a political system in which the government owns all property and dominates all aspects of life in a country
|What are the 4 types of economy?
|Primary industry, secondary industry, tertiary industry, and quaternary industry
|Primary industries use natural resources to make money.
|Secondary economic activities use raw materials to produce or manufacture something new
|Tertiary economic activities provide services to people and businesses
|Quaternary industries process and distribute information. Skilled workers research and gather information
|Why do societies have governments?
|〪to make and enforce laws 〪to provide aid to people 〪to regulate business and trade
|what two things can influence population patterns?
|what are the differences between the three economic systems?
|〪 Market: Competition, free trade, buy and sell what is needed 〪command: shortages 〪traditional: make/grow their own food, Make their own goods, bargain and trade
|What are some ways people are connected through popular culture?
|People who share similar culture traits are members of the same culture group.
|how are cultural groups determined?
|age, religion, language, location
|What conflicts do world organizations work to solve?
|security and crisis
|what are the differences between developed and developing countries?
|〪Developed: good health care, good technology, high GDP, good school systems 〪developing: bad health care, poor technology, low GDP, bad school systems
|where you live determines what?
|# of schools and transportation