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Civics Ch. 1

7th grade Civics Ch. 1

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the study of citizenship and government; the study of what it means to be a citizen civics
a legally recognized member of a country citizen
the organizations, individuals, and institutions who exercise political authority over a group of people government
people who came here from other coumtries and adopted American customs and blended into American society immigrants
the specific number of immigrants from certain countries or regions who were allowed to enter the country each year quota
permanent residents of the United States who are still citizens of another country aliens
when you are born in the United States native-born
the legal process by which an alien may become a citizen naturalization
people fleeing danger in their own country refugees
an official, periodic counting of a population census
the study of the characteristics ofhuman populations demographics
refers to the annual number of live births per 1,000 member of a population birthrate
refers to the annual number of deaths per 1,000 members of a country's population death rate
a movement of large numbers of people from region to region migration
Created by: Libbyjune