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Rubenstein AP Human Geography Ch.7 Vocabulary
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Laws in South Africa that physically separated different races into different geographical areas
The process by which a state breaks down through conflicts among ethnic groups.
Describes an area that cannot be successfully organized into 1 or more stable states due to complex ethnic mix.
Illegal real estate practice to convince whites to sell cheaply & sell at a higher price to blacks trying to escape ghettos.
Forces that divide people and reduce support for the state.
Examples: multiple languages, religious diversity, multiple ethnicities, etc.
Forces that unify people and enhance support for the state.
Examples: sports, common language, common religion, single ethnic group, anthems, flags, symbols, common interests, etc.
Forced removal of an ethnic group by another from a territory; the goal is not to defeat or subjugate an enemy but to get rid of them.
A group of people that share a common cultural background.
A belief in superiority of one's ethnicity.
Mass destruction of an ethnic group (systematic, deliberate, planned)
State with 2 or more ethnic groups (which contribute to one nationality)
Ex: Belgium (Flemings & Walloons), Switzerland, U.S., Canada, Mexico, etc.
Movement to reclaim/reoccupy a lost homeland; based on real or imagined historic or ethnic connections
State with 2 or more ethnic groups with a history of self-determination that agree to coexist peacefully
Loyalty & devotion to one's country/nationality (emphasis of one's own country to others).
Legal attachment and personal allegiance to a country; similar to ethnicity in having a shared cultural ancestry, but different because of political attachment
A state/country whose territory corresponds roughly to an area ocuupied by a single ethnicity.
A group that shares a biological ancestor- usually related to skin color or other physical characteristics
A belief in superiority/inferiority of a race or racial characteristics.
A person who subscribes to the beliefs of racism.
The concept that ethnicities have the right to govern themselves.
A person who works fields rented from a landowner and pays the rent and repays loans by turning over to the landowner a share of the crops.
Zone of frequent territorial conflict.
An ethnic group without a self-governing country of its own but has desire for self rule
triangular slave trade
Goods to Africa, gold & slaves to Caribbean, rum/molasses/tobacco/cotton to Europe
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