Chapter One - Geography and Culture
The process of populations moving from rural areas to the cities
The necessary elements of a system (ex. transportation system and roads)
Private voluntary charity organizations, independent from government control, and not trying to challenge government
Increase in prices because a nation's currency is declining in value
Wife, husband, and children
Several generations living in one household
Rank people in order of society - money, occupation, education, ancestry etc.
People produce most of what they need to survive - hunting and gathering, farming, herding
Buying and selling goods and services for money/profit
Government controls what goods are produced, how they are produced -individuals have little economic power
Individuals make some economic decisions and the government makes others
Movement of customs or ideas from one place to another
Belief that one racial group is superior to another
When individuals judge other cultures by the standards of their own culture
Developed Nation "First World"
Industrialized, strong correlation to democracy, high standard of living
low standard of living, includes a lot of nations in Africa and Asia
Lesser Developed "Third World"
Poor and underdeveloped, Present internal conflicts, ethnic clashes, debt
Least Developed "Fourth World"
Poorest of the poor because of colonization, internal conflicts, lack of resources, not likely to develop or industrialize
The way society is organized
How people communicate with one another and work together
The movement of people from one place to another
A ruling system that looks after the people through rules and laws
The way money, industry, and trade is controlled in a country or region.
A way of life
To react to something