the study of humans and the ways they live, the things they value and believe, and how they affect and are affected by the environment.
the study of all the things in the natural environment and how they affect humans and are affected by human beings.
the shared values, beliefs, and ways of society. Gives roles to individuals, helps create one's identity and creates relationships within groups
the individual characteristics of a culture.
happens slowly; traits are always being added.
new ideas and ways to do things that are accepted
when a trait spreads through a society and to another
plants and animals grown for use by humans
growing only enough to feed yourself and family; poverty
growing food for the purpose of selling it
hatred or dislike simply towards another person's race
(mental action) base opinions of an individual because of a group to which he or she belongs. Also based on real or imagined differences between groups. Usually benefits the dominant group at the expense of minorities.
(opinion) Judgment about an individual based on the real or imagined characteristics of a group. Prejudices put people in these.
(Action) occurs when Prejudices are translated into actions.
the relationship between the earth and people
created and advanced with more exploration and travel. Began with greeks documenting trade routes to pass on to other people
the first greek person to measure distances on these documents (maps) and is known as the Father of Map Making.
the study of maps
different ways of presenting a round earth on a flat surface
accurate shapes and sizes, but bad for navigation and distances
accurate shapes and good for navigation, but distorts sizes in extreme latitudes
accurate sizes, but shapes are distorted
correct sizes and shapes but distorts edges
tells which ways N, S, E, W are
a diagram of arrows that point to all four principle directions
represents distance between 2 points on a map
explains what symbols mean
used to show a small portion of a larger map
pattern of lines that circle the earth in east and west and north and south directions
lines of longitude and latitude measured in degrees
the name of the absolute location of a place using latitude and longitude
half a sphere. Splits N/S at the Equator: Northern hemisphere Southern hemisphere Splits E/W at the Prime Meridian called the International Date Line Eastern Hemisphere Western Hemisphere