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Ch 7 AP H GEO Test
|from the Greek word ethnikos meaning "people, multitude, nation"
|share a cultural identity with people from the same homeland or hearth/ history
|the belief that your ethnic group is superior to others
|when 1 ethnic group blends into another and loses its own unique attributes
|adopting some or all of the characteristics of another, dominate culture group
|an equal two-way flow between culture groups
|the dominant first arrivals establishing the cultural norms and standards against which other immigrant groups were measured
|Who is the charter group for the US?
|Who is the charter group for Louisiana?
|small areas inhabited by particular ethnic groups found in urban areas
|can hint at the presence of an ethnic enclave
|What are some examples of toponyms?
|Polish Hill or Chinatown
|a dispersed area of ethnic concentration in rural areas
|percentage of Hispanics in US
|percentage of African Americans in US
|percentage of Asian Americans in US
|percentage of Native Americans in US
|things that are learned
|Why is the highest concentration of Hispanics in the SW US?
|It is the closest you can get to Latin America while still being in the US.
|Why are the African Americans found in the pattern on the power point?
|Slavery; After they were free they did not move (South); Other than South: Job opportunities in big cities that had many big factories
|What might explain the Asian Americans' area of concentration?(On power point)
|Closest place you can get to Asia.
|What might explain the Native Americans clustered distribution? (On power point)
|They were forced by the government to be there (Reservations)
|a group of people who share a similar biological ancestor
|the belief that one race is genetically superior to another
|was not learned
|After what case did the Supreme Court legalize racial segregation?
|Plessy V. Ferguson 1896
|laws to keep the races seperated from one another, but they were supposed to have equal accommodations
|Jim Crow Laws
|What does "De facto" mean?
|What does "De Jure" mean?
|"Of the law"
|What case resulted in "Separate but Equal" being overturned and schools being integrated?
|Brown V. Board of Education 1954
|Instead of integrating, whites left the cities and moved to suburbs. What is this called?
|real-estate agents convince whites to sell their homes to them cheaply, because blacks are moving into their neighborhoods
|South Africa was colonized by whom in the 17th century? What were they called?
|the physical separation of the races in South Africa
|In South Africa, babies were classified as 1 of what 4 races?
|black, white, colored(mixed), or Asian
|Who was South Africa's first black president?
|the population is represented by a single culture all born in the same place
|**NOT ALL NATIONS HAVE A STATE**
|What is a nation that does not have a state?
|Where do the largest number of Kurds live?
|a state whose territory corresponds to territory occupied by a particular ethnicity that has been transformed into a nationality
|choosing their own destiny
|**NATION-STATES ARE STATES INHABITED BY 1 ETHNIC GROUP**
|What region is mostly inhabited by Nation-States?
|loyalty and devotion to your nationality
|brings people together within a particular country
|What is an example of symbols of nationalism?
|flags and songs
|What can nationalism foster?
|negative images of other nation states
|tear a country apart
|have multiple nations which practice self-determination within them
|What is an example of a multinational state?
|What is currently the largest Multinational State?
|a process in which a more powerful ethnic group forcibly removes a less powerful one in order to create an ethnically homogenous region
|people that were in America first