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Chapter 1 - Americans, Citizenship and Governments
immigrant
ethnic group
values
institutions
person who comes into a country to live permanently
a group of people who share a common national or cultural past
beliefs and ideas about what is good or desirable and what is…
key relationships or organizations in a society that teach an…
immigrant
person who comes into a country to live permanently
ethnic group
a group of people who share a common national or cultural past
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Foundations of Government and Citizenship-Topic 1
Government
public policy
legislative power
executive power
institution through which society makes and enforces public p…
all the things a government decides to do
power to make laws and frame public policy
power to execute, enforce, and administer laws
Government
institution through which society makes and enforces public p…
public policy
all the things a government decides to do
Chapter 1: Americans, Citizenship, and Governments
immigrant
ethnic group
values
institutions
an individual who moves PERMANENTLY to a new country
a group of people who share a common national, cultural, or r…
the general principles or beliefs people use to make judgemen…
a key practice, relationship, or organization in a society
immigrant
an individual who moves PERMANENTLY to a new country
ethnic group
a group of people who share a common national, cultural, or r…
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Government and Citizenship #1
Force Theory
Divine Right Theory
Evolutionary Theory
Social Contract Theory
One person or small group took control of an area and forced…
God gives those of royal birth a right to rule.
State evolved naturally out of the early family.
State arose out of voluntary act of free people.
Force Theory
One person or small group took control of an area and forced…
Divine Right Theory
God gives those of royal birth a right to rule.
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Unit 1-Government and Citizenship
Lochner v. New York
Kelo v. New London
Roe v. Wade
Griswold v. Connecticut
case that protects worker's rights
case that expands the government power of eminent domain
case that allows a woman to choose to terminate a pregnancy
case that protects individual's privacy within marriage
Lochner v. New York
case that protects worker's rights
Kelo v. New London
case that expands the government power of eminent domain
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Chapter 1 Americans, Citizenship, and Governments
immigrant
ethnic group
values
institution
a person who comes to a country where they were not born in o…
Group of people who share common ancestry, language, religion…
Beliefs of a person or social group in which they have an emo…
An ongoing organization that performs certain functions for s…
immigrant
a person who comes to a country where they were not born in o…
ethnic group
Group of people who share common ancestry, language, religion…
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Citizenship & Government Unit 1
state
government
social contract
federal system
a political community in a precise territory
the institution through which state maintains social order, p…
theory that by contract, people surrender to the state the po…
a government that divides the powers of government between th…
state
a political community in a precise territory
government
the institution through which state maintains social order, p…
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Ch.1 Citizenship and Government
civics
citizen
government
dictatorship
the student of citizenship and government
a member of a community with a government and laws
power or authority that rules a country that provides stability
a government that one person or a small group of people contr…
civics
the student of citizenship and government
citizen
a member of a community with a government and laws
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Government & Citizenship 1-3
Country
State
Nation
Nation-state
A nation with its own government
Political community
A large body of people that is sufficiently conscious of its…
A sovereign state inhabited by a relatively homogeneous group…
Country
A nation with its own government
State
Political community
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Citizenship and Governments Chapter 3
immigrant
ethnic group
popular sovereignty
government
a person who moves permanently to a new country.
a group of people who have the same race, culture, or nationa…
idea that government gets its power from the people.
the ruling authority for a group of people.
immigrant
a person who moves permanently to a new country.
ethnic group
a group of people who have the same race, culture, or nationa…
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Chap 1 Government and Citizenship
Life without government would be ..?
Government
Public policy
Things a government may decide to do...
chaos
Institution through which society makes & enforces its public…
all of the things that a government decided to do
Taxes, education, defense, cicil rights, health care, etc.
Life without government would be ..?
chaos
Government
Institution through which society makes & enforces its public…
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Chapter 1: Americans, Citizenship, and Governments
What limit does the United States put…
Examples of important American institu…
Volunteerism involves giving _________…
Which country was the world's oldest d…
1 million
family, religious institutions, social institutions, and Amer…
time and services
Greece
What limit does the United States put…
1 million
Examples of important American institu…
family, religious institutions, social institutions, and Amer…
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Government & citizenship- unit 1
Social contact theory
Nation-state
State
Government
People surrendered their freedom to the state, in return they…
Used for a country
A political community in a precise territory
Maintains social order, provides public services, security an…
Social contact theory
People surrendered their freedom to the state, in return they…
Nation-state
Used for a country
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Government and Citizenship Q1
Which of the following grievances was…
Who wrote the Declaration of Independe…
What does the Constitution do?
What are two rights in the Declaration…
The King failed to protect inalienable rights granted in the…
Thomas Jefferson
Protects basic rights of Americans. ... Sets up the government.…
Life and pursuit of happiness.
Which of the following grievances was…
The King failed to protect inalienable rights granted in the…
Who wrote the Declaration of Independe…
Thomas Jefferson
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Ch. 1 - Citizenship and Types of Government
Direct Democracy
Representative Democracy
Republic
Constitutional Monarchy
A form of government where all citizens vote on everything.
A form of government where citizens elect individuals to repr…
A form of democracy where there is a consititution and citize…
A form of democracy where there is a hereditary leader (a mon…
Direct Democracy
A form of government where all citizens vote on everything.
Representative Democracy
A form of government where citizens elect individuals to repr…
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Unit 1: Government & citizenship
Identify the characteristics of a libe…
Identify the characteristics of a cons…
Identify at least 3 characteristics of…
Explain the difference between liberta…
They emphasized the need for the gvmt to solve problems. Ex.…
They emphasized of the individual to solve problems.
Welfare- higher taxes, more social services, and gvmt driven.
Libertarian- every man for themselves, low taxes and personal…
Identify the characteristics of a libe…
They emphasized the need for the gvmt to solve problems. Ex.…
Identify the characteristics of a cons…
They emphasized of the individual to solve problems.
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Unit 1: Americans, Citizenship, and Governments Vocabulary
alien
authoritarian regime
citizen
constitutional monarchy
a foreign-born resident of the united states who has not been…
a government in which one leader or group of people holds abs…
community member who owes loyalty to the government and is en…
monarchy in which the power of the hereditary ruler is limite…
alien
a foreign-born resident of the united states who has not been…
authoritarian regime
a government in which one leader or group of people holds abs…
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Americans, Citizenship, and Governments Ch. 1
Immigrants
Values
Institutions
Ethnic Groups
People who permanently move to a new country
General Principals people use to make decisions
Key Practices and relationships in society
Groups of people that share culture, nation, or racial backgr…
Immigrants
People who permanently move to a new country
Values
General Principals people use to make decisions
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Chapter 1 - Americans, Citizenship and Governments
immigrant
ethnic group
values
institutions
person who comes into a country to live permanently
a group of people who share a common national or cultural past
beliefs and ideas about what is good or desirable and what is…
key relationships or organizations in a society that teach an…
immigrant
person who comes into a country to live permanently
ethnic group
a group of people who share a common national or cultural past
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Unit 1: Americans, Citizenship, and Government
14th amendment
Alien
Citizen
Good Moral Character
an amendment to the US Constitution that defines citizenship…
any person that is not a citizen of a country ... a person who l…
a legal member of a state and/or country
not participating in certain crimes or behavior, honest
14th amendment
an amendment to the US Constitution that defines citizenship…
Alien
any person that is not a citizen of a country ... a person who l…
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Civics- CH 1: Americans, Citizenship, and Governments
immigrants
ethnic group
values
institutions
People who come to a country where they were not born in orde…
Group of people who share common ancestry, language, religion…
Broad ideas about what is good or desirable and what is bad o…
the key practices, relationships, and organizations in a soci…
immigrants
People who come to a country where they were not born in orde…
ethnic group
Group of people who share common ancestry, language, religion…
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Unit 1: Citizenship & Comparative government
14th Amendment
alien
Census
citizen
an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that defines citizenshi…
any person not a citizen or national of a country
a population count taken by the Census Bureau
a legal member of a state and/or country
14th Amendment
an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that defines citizenshi…
alien
any person not a citizen or national of a country
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Chapter 1: Americans, Citizenship, and Governments
What limit does the United States put…
family, religious institutions, social…
Which country was the world's oldest d…
Libraries, hospitals, parks, and schools
1 million
Examples of important American institutions
Greece
services run by the government
What limit does the United States put…
1 million
family, religious institutions, social…
Examples of important American institutions
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Citizenship and Government
Anarchy
communism
Democracy
Dictatorship
Type of government with the absence of any governmental autho…
The system of government in which the government plans, busin…
The people hold the power to rule.
One person holds all power. Usually this person is backed by…
Anarchy
Type of government with the absence of any governmental autho…
communism
The system of government in which the government plans, busin…
Unit 1: Immigration, Government and Citizenship
Immigrant
Refugee
Migration
Push factors
A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country.
A person who has been forced to leave their country in order…
The movement of people from one place to another.
Conditions that drive people to leave their homes.
Immigrant
A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country.
Refugee
A person who has been forced to leave their country in order…
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Ch. 1: Foundations of Government and Citizenship
government
public policies
legislative power
executive power
the institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
all of the many goals that a government pursues in all of the…
the power to make a law and to frame public policies
those powers that can be exercised by the National Government…
government
the institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
public policies
all of the many goals that a government pursues in all of the…
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US Government and Citizenship Speedback 1
If you were to read about a country wh…
According to Hobbes, what would life b…
If a country has a political system wh…
How does the Constitution divide power…
In the United States the president can neither declare nor fu…
Perilous
the U.S. system of government created in Philadelphia
Power is not completely separated, allowing each branch to li…
If you were to read about a country wh…
In the United States the president can neither declare nor fu…
According to Hobbes, what would life b…
Perilous
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Topic 1 Foundations of Government and Citizenship
Government
Public Policies
Legistlative Power
Exectutive Power
the institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
all of the many goals that a government pursues in all of the…
the power to make laws and to frame public policies
the power to execute, enforce, and administer laws
Government
the institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
Public Policies
all of the many goals that a government pursues in all of the…
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Topic 1 Foundations of Government & Citizenship
Government
Public Policies
Legislative Power
Executive Power
the political direction and control exercised over the action…
the fundamental policy on which laws rest, especially policy…
having the power to make laws
having the power to enforce the laws and policies and the adm…
Government
the political direction and control exercised over the action…
Public Policies
the fundamental policy on which laws rest, especially policy…
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Citizenship and Governments
Purposes of Government
Monarchy
Anarchy
Theocracy
order, protection, economic decisions, services
king/queen
no government
religious leader
Purposes of Government
order, protection, economic decisions, services
Monarchy
king/queen
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Government/Citizenship Test 1 Review
Head of State
What are the 3 main forms of government?
Inherited
True Monarchy
The person who is in charge of a countries government.
Monarchy, democracy, dictatorship.
To get your job through your family.
king/queen makes the laws and all other decisions.
Head of State
The person who is in charge of a countries government.
What are the 3 main forms of government?
Monarchy, democracy, dictatorship.
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Government and Citizenship
citizen
government
democrazy
democratic republic
people born in that country and have earned the right to beco…
the laws and people that run a country, state, country, city,…
a system of government in which the power to rule comes from…
a government in which citizens elect representatives to make…
citizen
people born in that country and have earned the right to beco…
government
the laws and people that run a country, state, country, city,…
26 terms
Governments and Citizenship
Democracy
Representative Democracy
Direct Democracy
Autocracy
Government ruled by the people.
Government where people elect representatives to vote for them.
Government where people vote on all issues themselves.
Government with a single ruler.
Democracy
Government ruled by the people.
Representative Democracy
Government where people elect representatives to vote for them.
43 terms
Chapter 1: Foundations of Government & Citizenship
institution through which a society ma…
All of the many goals that a governmen…
power to make a law and to frame publi…
power to execute, enforce, and adminis…
government
public policies
legislative power
executive power
institution through which a society ma…
government
All of the many goals that a governmen…
public policies
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Topic 1 Foundations of Government & Citizenship
Government
Public Policies
Legislative Power
Executive Power
The institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
All of the things a government decides to do
The power to make laws and to frame public policies
The power to execute, enforce, and administer laws
Government
The institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
Public Policies
All of the things a government decides to do
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Topic 1 Foundations of Government & Citizenship
Government
Public Policies
Legislative power
Executive power
The institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
laws and government programs designed to improve current cond…
The power to make laws
The power to execute, enforce, and administer law
Government
The institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
Public Policies
laws and government programs designed to improve current cond…
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C1: Government Citizenship Unit
Jamestown
Plymouth
Mayflower Compact
Ann Hutchinson
The first permanent English settlement in the Americas. Locat…
Was an English colonial venture in North America from 1620 to…
The first governing document of Plymouth Colony. Signed by th…
A Puritan spiritual adviser and important participant in the…
Jamestown
The first permanent English settlement in the Americas. Locat…
Plymouth
Was an English colonial venture in North America from 1620 to…
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Citizenship and Forms of Government SG 1
Define Civics
Define Representative Democracy
What are the Duties (must do) of Citiz…
What are some responsibilities of Citi…
The study of what it means to be a citizen of ones country
"ruled by the people, through elected officials"
obey the law, pay taxes, jury duty, go to school, register fo…
vote, join a political party, run for office
Define Civics
The study of what it means to be a citizen of ones country
Define Representative Democracy
"ruled by the people, through elected officials"
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Government & Citizenship
government
constitution
limited government
unlimited government
a group of people who have the power to make and enforce laws…
system of basic rules and principles by which a government is…
government structure in which government actions are limited…
government structure in which there are no effective limits o…
government
a group of people who have the power to make and enforce laws…
constitution
system of basic rules and principles by which a government is…
12 terms
Citizenship & Government
responsibility
recreation
council
mayor
a duty, or something you should do
a way of enjoying yourself
a group of people who make laws and rules for a community
a leader of a community
responsibility
a duty, or something you should do
recreation
a way of enjoying yourself
20 terms
Government and Citizenship
Bill of Rights
government rule book
self-government
change or addition to constitution
amendment
Bill of Rights
government rule book
34 terms
Chapter 1 Vocabulary: Americans, Citizenship, and Governments
elector
immigrant
distinct
ethnic group
member of the Electoral College that... chooses the president
a person who movespermanently to a new country
separate
people who have the same national, cultural, or racial backgr…
elector
member of the Electoral College that... chooses the president
immigrant
a person who movespermanently to a new country
10 terms
Government & Citizenship
government
constitution
state
monarchy
a group of people who have the power to make and enforce laws…
system of basic rules and principles by which a government is…
a region that shares a common government
form of government which ruled by a monarch (king or queen, U…
government
a group of people who have the power to make and enforce laws…
constitution
system of basic rules and principles by which a government is…
12 terms
Ch 1 citizenship and forms of government
Civics
Naturalization
Government
Popular sovereignty
The study of government
A legal process to obtain citizenship
The ruling authority over citizens
The principle that the authority of the government is created…
Civics
The study of government
Naturalization
A legal process to obtain citizenship
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Citizenship Government
Andy Barr
Mitch McConnell
Rand Paul
Barack Obama
Name your U.S. Representative.
Who is one of your U.S. Senators now?
Who is one of your U.S. Senators now?
What is the name of the President of the United States now?
Andy Barr
Name your U.S. Representative.
Mitch McConnell
Who is one of your U.S. Senators now?
33 terms
Unit 1 Principles of Government and citizenship
Government
Public plicy
Legislative Power
Executive powers
Institution through which a society makes/enforces public pol…
all things a government decides to do
power to make law and frame policies
power to execute, enforce and administer law
Government
Institution through which a society makes/enforces public pol…
Public plicy
all things a government decides to do
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Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution Part 1
Preamble
"We the people"
"Form a more perfect Union"
"establish Justice"
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
working together would bring strengths
Ruled by laws
Preamble
Introduction- reasons for new gov.... "We the people": Power to…
"We the people"
Power to form gov. comes from the people= popular sovereignty
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Citizenship and Government
abolish
amend
Cabinet
checks and balances
to end the practice or effect of; cancel, overturn
to change or modify for the better; to improve
group of advisers to the president, composed of the heads of…
each branch of government is subject to restraints, or checks…
abolish
to end the practice or effect of; cancel, overturn
amend
to change or modify for the better; to improve
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Government - Topic 1 - Foundations of Government and Citizenship
government
public policies
legislative power
executive power
the institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
all of the many goals that a government pursues in all of the…
the power to make a law and to frame public policies
the power to execute, enforce, and administer law
government
the institution through which a society makes and enforces it…
public policies
all of the many goals that a government pursues in all of the…
16 terms
Topic 1 foundations of government and citizenship
Government
Public policies
4 characteristics
4 theories of how states began
Instituition to which a society makes and enforces public pol…
All the things the government decides to do
Population ... Territory ... Sovereignty ... Government
Force... Evolutionary ... Divine right... Social contract
Government
Instituition to which a society makes and enforces public pol…
Public policies
All the things the government decides to do
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