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Unit 4, Sec1(AP Human Geog.)
one of the oldest fields in the discipline of human geography in which geographers use the spatial perspective to study political systems at all geographic scales
state whose government is under the control of a ruler who is deemed to be divinely guided or inder the control of a religious group
a type of government in which citizens hold political power either directly and indirectly through representatives
a government in which citizens elect representatives to rule on their behalf
a government in which the rulers power in limited by a constitution and the laws of a nation
a government run by a few people or small group
type of government in which an individual or a group holds complete political power
a politically organized territory that is administerd by a covering government
tightly knit group of people possessing bonds of language, ethnicity, etc.
a country whose population possesses a substantial degree of cultural homogeneity and unity
state which contains more than one nation
generally defined as an ethnic group not represented by its own unique state
in American politics and constitutional law, states are guaranteed by the 10th Amendment to the US Constitution
power is cent rally concentrated or no provincial authority where all major decisions are made by the central government
form of political organization in which governmental power is divided between central and territorial government
all the votes cast in all the states
the decision of a particular state elector that represent the dominant views of the state
the process of relocation of electoral seats to defines territories
redistricting for the advantage or the[ractice of dividing areas into electoral votes districts to give 1 party an electoral majority