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5 Matching questions

  1. dictatorship (p. 83)
  2. religion (p. 75)
  3. state (p. 83)
  4. fertility rate (p. 78)
  5. dialect (p. 73)
  1. a a version of a language that reflects changes in speech patterns due to class, region, or cultural changes
  2. b a political term describing an independent unit that occupies a specific territory and has full control of its internal and external affairs
  3. c the belief in a supernatural power or powers that are regarded as the creators and maintainers of the universe, as well as the system of beliefs itself
  4. d a type of government in which an individual or a group holds complete political power
  5. e the average number of children a woman of childbearing years would have in her lifetime, if she had children at the current rate of her country

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a functional area including a city and its surrounding suburbs and exurbs, linked economically
  2. the number of organisms a piece of land can support without negative effects
  3. a group of people who share language, customs, and and a common heritage
  4. a type of economic system in which production of goods and services is determined by the demand from consumers. also called a demand economy or capitalism
  5. the study of how people use space in cities

5 True/False questions

  1. nation-state (p. 83)a group of people with a common culture living in a territory and having a strong sense of unity


  2. acculturation (p. 72)the total of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors shared by and passed on by members of a group


  3. landlocked (p. 84)a group of people with a common culture living in a territory and having a strong sense of unity


  4. economic system (p. 91)the way people produce and exchange goods


  5. rate of natural increase (p. 79)also called population growth rate--the rate at which population is growing, found by subtracting the mortality rate from the birthrate