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World Geography Vocabulary Review
The process of spreading new knowledge and skills from one culture to another
CULTURAL DIFFUSION OR CULTURAL CONVERGENCE
The average number of years an individual in a country is expected to live
The number of deaths per year for every 1,000 people
Type of economic system in which the government owns the means of production and makes all economic decisions.
A democratic system of government in which people elect representatives to make decisions.
Countries with lower standards of living and less advanced technologies
LESS DEVELOPED NATIONS
The number of infants who die for every 1,000 births
INFANT MORTALITY RATE
The number of births per year for every 1,000 people
The value of goods and services produced in a year in a nation by an average person (average income)
PER CAPITA GDP
The percentage of people who can read and write
Rule by a king or queen
A system of government in which a single person or small group exercises complete power
When a culture is restricted from outside influences OR when a culture separates, forming two distinct cultures
A system of government in which authority is based on the will of the people
A type of economic system in which people earn a living the same way as their ancestors, usually producing only enough to survive
TRADITIONAL OR SUBSISTENCE ECONOMY
Countries with advanced economies and high standards of living
MORE DEVELOPED NATIONS
An increasing number of people migrating from rural to urban areas
The movement of people into another country or region
Type of economic system in which people choose what to produce with very little government regulation
All of the factors that help a city to function
The movement of people from one country or region to another
Outside of the city limits
The processes, patterns, and functions of human settlement
The average number of people per square mile
Countries that are moving from less to more developed economies
NEWLY INDUSTRIALIZED OR EMERGING ECONOMIES
A type of dictatorship in which the government closely controls every aspect of a citizen’s life
A government run by religious leaders
POPULATION AND CULTURE
Demographics Part III, continued!. Define the following: Per Capita ( ) GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Life expectancyGDP Infant mortality Literacy rateBirth.
Population and Culture
World Geography Chapter 3 Population and Culture
What’s the Relationship?. Political units Cities, counties, states, and countries Defined by boundaries, called borders at the country level: Man-made.
Earth’s Human and Cultural Geography
Chapter 4 Sections 2-5 Human Geography.
Chapter 4: People and Places
Chapter 3-1 Vocabulary Death Rate – Number of deaths per year out of every 1,000 people Birthrate – Number of children born each year for every 1,000.
Chapter 3 Vocabulary Mr. Greaser. Death Rate Number of deaths per year out of every 1,000 people.
Chapter 3. Stuck on an island Look at the island drawn on the board You a stranded on the very small island with 100 other people Where would you live?
Monday, September Turn in your extra credit. 2. Take out Friday’s work and finish it. You have 10 minutes. You may get a workbook from the shelf.
POPULATION & CULTURE The Study of Human Geography 3-1.
Unit 4 Visual Vocabulary Gilbert. Population The total number of people who live in a specific place.
CULTURAL CHANGE Acculturation – adapting yourself by taking on the traits of a new culture (music, language, foods, etc.) Diffusion – spread of one culture.
The Places We Live
World Geography The Worlds People.
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Unit 3: Cultural Geography. Cultural geography is the study of the impact of human culture on the landscape. This includes aspects such as population,
The Human World Chapter 4. Elements of culture: –All human groups have a culture. Each culture has shared and unique sets of behaviors and attitudes –Language.
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