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History Vocab 1

(2-11-19)

TermDefinition
Culture A way of life shared by people with similar arts, beliefs, and customs
Diversity A variety of people
Information Revolution Time when technology changed how much information and the way information is delivered
Internet A worldwide computer network
Popular Culture Items such as music, fashion,and movies that are popular among a large number of people
Prejudice A negative opinion that is not based on facts
Rock n´ Roll Form of popular music, that developed from rhythm and blues in the 1950s
Technology The use of tools and knowledge to meet human needs
Propaganda To persuade using emotion
Slang Informal nonstandard language
Bias Slanted point of view
Peer Referring to someones equal
Baby Boom People born between 1946 and 1961, when the US birthrate sharply increased after World War ll
Jazz A new kind of music in the 1920s that captured the care free spirit of the times
Leisure Free time
Created by: erickell001