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Warm Up 5/29/2013 NO binders & Copy ROAR! Get a sheet of paper Title your sheet of paper: DBA #4 Review Go to page 8 in your textbook and define: Physical Map, Political Map and Thematic (Special Purpose Map)
Federalism, Sovereignty & Separation of Powers Federalism – power divided between state and national gov’t. Popular Sovereignty – government that gains power from the people. Separation of powers – checks and balances.
Cultural Borrowing & Diffusion Borrowing – When a group of people adopt another’s traits. EX. Americans wearing skinny jeans from France EX. American eating Sushi from Japan Diffusion – process of spreading new knowledge and skills to another group EX. Christopher Columbus spreading Christianity to the native people.
Free Enterprise VS Communism Free Enterprise – decisions are made by citizen business owners EX. USA Communism – decisions made by the government EX. North Korea
Branches of Government Legislative – make laws Congress – senate and house of representatives Judicial – interprets laws Supreme Court Executive – Enforces Laws President, Vice-President and Cabinet
NAFTA North American Free Trade Agreement No trade barriers such as tariffs Brings money into all 3 countries Maquiladoras – factories built in border towns where labor is cheaper than the United States
Bolivia & Chile Remember foldable? Countries that are very close together but are very different because of the transportation barrier. Andes Mountains
Columbia’s War on Drugs Drug dealers pay farmers to grow coca. Must grow coca or they lose their farms. Drugs are sent to the United States and Europe.
Maps Physical – map that shows only physical features EX. Mountains, rivers, lakes … Political – map that show man made features EX. Cities, capitals, states, countries … Thematic – map that only shows a specific topic EX. Population density map
Bill of Rights Guarantees your rights as a US citizen 1 – RAPPS 2 – Bear Arms 3 – No Quartering 4 – No illegal search and seizure 5 – no incriminating yourself 6 – speedy trial 7 – trial by jury 8 – no cruel or unusual punishment 9 – rights not listed are given to YOU! 10 – powers not given to the national government are given to the states (Federalism)
13 th, 14 th, 15 th, & 19th 13 – freed the slaves 14 – made everyone equal citizens 15 – equal voting rights (MEN!) 19 – Women’s right to vote
Industrialized VS Developing Industrialized (Developed) High standard of living and developed industrial base countries in Europe and North America Developing low living standard and underdeveloped industrial base countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America
Important Documents Constitution 1787 James Madison “Father of the U.S. Constitution” Declaration of Independence 1775 Thomas Jefferson
Barriers and Corridors Barrier – mountain, desert Corridor – canal, river, strait