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Key Terms Mr. Lip Map Misc. Cultures World Cultures Review Key Terms Continued
This is a line on a map or globe that runs north and south and measures east or west of the Prime Meridian. A 100
What is longitude? A 100
A 200 This is the study of people, their environments, and their resources and how they relate to each other.
What is geography? A 200
This is line located at 0 degrees latitude. A 300
What is the equator? A 300
This is a line on a map or globe that runs east and west and measures distance north or south of the equator A 400
What is latitude? A 400
This term refers to the way a places location is perceived. A 500
What is relative location? A 500
This term is concerned with the reasons people, goods, and ideas move from one place to another and with the result of those movements. B 100
What is movement? B 100
This term is described in regards to its physical environment and cultural features. B 200
What is place? B 200
B 300 This term provides a system of classification based on identifiable characteristics and patterns.
What is region? B 300
This is known as a position of a place on the earths surface. B 400
What is location?
This term focuses on the ways in which people and societies have dealt with or (adapted to) their environment. B 500
Interaction with the Environment (Human-Environment Interaction) B 500
What are the Himalayas? C 100
What is the Persian Gulf? C 200
What are the Andes Mountains? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
What is the Southern Ocean?
What is the Yellow (Huang He) River? C 500
D 100 People govern themselves in this form of government.
D 100 What is a democracy?
This is the total value of all of the goods and services produced within the domestic borders of a nation. D 200
What is GDP (Gross Domestic Product)? D 200
This term means the movement of customs or ideas from one place to another. D 300
What is diffusion?
This is the ideal population for the Earth. D 400
What is 2 billion people? D 400
Name two characteristics of a developed country. D 500
What is a country with a stable government and largely middle class population? D 500
This is the method of social organization that helps people learn how they are expected to behave and act. It is the most important unit of social organization. E 100
What is family? E 100
These describe daily behavior such as clothing, actions, food, etc. E 200
What are customs and traditions? E 200
Hitler and Stalin are examples of this type of government. E 300
What is a dictatorship? E 300
People form this to provide for common needs. These needs include keeping order within a society and protecting the society from outside threats. E 400
What is a government? E 400
E 500 This refers to how people use limited resources to satisfy their wants and needs.
What is economics? E 500
This term means all the things that make up a peoples way of life. F 100
What is culture? F 100
In this type of economy, the government controls all businesses. F 200
What is a command economy? F 200
These rank people based upon their status in comparison with others. F 300
What is social class? F 300
F 400 This refers to the ability of a person to read and write effectively.
What is literacy rate? F 400
F 500 This term means judging other cultures by the standards of ones own culture.
What is ethnocentrism? F 500
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