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define diffusion in social studies
Is the process by which an idea or innovation is transmitted from one individual or groups to another across space. the waty they travel through society
culture in social society
Each one is unique, it includes: attitudes, artworks, customs and holidays, economic acitivites, education systems,
land use practices, org. and layout of settlements
diffusion defined along with relocation, and expansion diffusion
where an idea travels from person to person
relocation-when people move they take ideas, culture and innovations, with them
expansion diffusion-when info about an new idea or innovation spreads throughout a society
Push and pull factors
when people move: conflict,
ec conomic conditions, enviromonal change, natural disastors
Postive facotors called: that a person what pull factors

negative factor of push factors
push factors-include positive things that make a person move to a place jobs, economy, etc.
person


to make a person want to move away from a place
diffusion defined along with relocation, and expansion diffusion
where an idea travels from person to person
relocation-when people move they take ideas, culture and innovations, with them
expansion diffusion-when info about an new idea or innovation spreads throughout a society
types of push and pull factors
conflict, economic conditions, enviromental change, natural disastorsof
define cultural convergence
When people move, they bring their culture (attitudes, beliefs, langage, values, ways of behaving with them. CC also occurs when the ideas, habits, skills, arts, and institutions, of one culture come in contact and ineract with those of another culture
why immigrate to texas
to make a better life
inexpensive land
deomcoracy
religious freedom
Major groups in TEXAs immigrants
old stock anglos
up southers, southerners
low south " "
direct eurospeans *groups"
Hisp-mex americans
african-americans
native-americans
PHYSICAL PR0OCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7 POINTS
POINT 1
HOW HUMANS ARE ABLE TO LIVE IN VARIOUS KINDS OF PHYSICAL ENVIROMENTS, INDLUDING THOSE THAT ARE LESS HOSPITABLE
PHYSICAL PROCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7 POINTS
POINT 2
HOW THE PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THOSE ENVIRO ARE HUMAN ACTIVITES
PHYSICAL PROCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7 POINTS
POINT 3
HOW THe PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THE EARTH CREATE A PERSONAL HOME FOR HUMANS
PHYSICAL PROCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7 POINTS
POINT 4
HOW HUMANS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITES THEIR ENVIROMETNAL OFFERS
PHYSICAL PROCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7 POINTS
POINT 5
HOW HUMANS MINIMIZE THE EFFECTS OF THE LIMITATIONS IMPOSED BY THE ENVIROMENT
PHYSICAL PROCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7 POINTS
POINT 6
hOW HUMANS USE AND CONSUME RESOURECS FROM THE ENVIROMENT
PHYSICAL PROCESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS 7 POINTS
PONIT 7
hOW ENVIROMENTS MUST BE PROTECTED TO ENSURE CONTINUING LIVABILITY FOR HUMANS
1) HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS OF eARTH
LANGUAGE
RELIGION
POLITICAL SYSTEMS
ECON SYSTEMSEINDENT
POPULATION DISTRIBUTION
QUALITY OF LIFE
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ENVIROMENTAL AND PEOPLE PLEASE DESCRRIBE
T HUMAN SHE EARTH IS CONSTANTLY MOVING AND CHANGING, WHICH AFFECTS HUMAN SETTLEMENT PATTERNS AND LIFESTYLES. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE ENVIROMENT AND PEOPLE IS DEPENDENT UPON HOW HUMANS CONSUME. tO ASSURE CONTINUED QUALITY OF LIFE, CONSERVATION IS AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF STUDY, INCLUDING:

ENERGY CONVERSATION
WAATER CONSERVATION
RECYCLING
THE FOLLOWING ARE ENVIROMENTAL ADAPTIONS AND MODIFICATIONS WITH PEOPLE
THE NATURE OF THE ENVIROMENT
THE CAPTURE AND VALES OF THE HUMAN GROUP
TEH GROUPS LEAD TO TECHNOLOGY
INCREASING TECHNOLY IS BE DEVELOPED AND USED TO CONTROL THE EARTHS PHYSCIAL PROCESSES TO FACILITATE HUMANE SETTLEMENT
POSITVE EFFECTS LIKE DAMS AND AIRCONDITIONAORS

tHE NEGATIVE INCLUDE DAMS THAT CONTROL FLOODING ALLOWING LIVING AREAS FOR HUMANS, BUT CAN ALSO REDUCE THE REPLENSHIMENT AND INTEISIFY THE EROSION OF RIVERBANKS
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TECHNOLOGY ADVANCERS, AND INDUSTRIALIZATION DID WHAT IN THE 1800'S
IN THE 1800S MANY SIGNIFICANT TECH ADVANCE INCREASED THE FLOW OF GOODS AND SERVICES THROUGHTOUT THE US.
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TECHNOLOGY ADVANCERS, AND INDUSTRIALIZATION 1900'S
IN THE 1900'S MANUFACTURERES CAPABILITYS GREW SIGNIFICANLTY
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TECHNOLOGY ADVANCERS, AND INDUSTRIALIZATION CHANGE OVER OF HOW PRODUCTS ARE MADE
PRODUCTS CHANGED FROM HANDINCREASING MADE TO MACHINE-MADE, INCREASING OUTPUT AND WEALTH
iN 1870'S < THAN 25% LIVED IN THE CITY
BY MID 1900'S MORE OF HALF LIVED IN THE CITIES
INVENTIONS MADE THAT YOU DO NOT KNOW ABOUT
1793-COTTIN GIN
1700-CATTEL DRIVES AND CATTLE INDUSTRY TO 1870S
1814-STEAM MACHINE
INVENTION 1830 SEWING MACHINE
B THIMONNIER
REFRIDERATOR 1831
JACOB PERKINS
1836-ROLVOLVER
COLT
TELEGRAPH
1838-SAMUAL MORSE
1856-PASTERUIZATION
LOIUIS PASTERU
1862- PLASITIC
ALEXANDER PARKES
1869-UNION AND PACIFIC RAILROADS
TRANSCONTINTAL RAIL ROADS
1876-TELEPHONE
1903-GAS POWERED AND MANNED AIRPLANES
1908-ASSEMBLY LINE
1920-FIRST COMM. RADIO STATION
BELL
WRIGHT BROTHERS
HENRY FORD
RAIIO
1928-PENICILIAN
1947-TRANISITOR
ALEXANDER FLEMING
BELL LABS
RESOURCES-BASIC, RENEWABLE,NON-RENEWABLE
BASIC-AIR, LAND, WATER
RENEWABLE (SELF-REPLENISH) RESOURCES-PLANT ANIMALS
NON-RENWABLES-FOSSIL FUELS, SUNLIGHT, WATER
THE FOLLOWING TOPICS SHOULD BE STUDIED AT THE END OF SOCIAL STUDIES COMEPETENCIES, THEY ARE REPEATED
SOCIAL SCINECE CONCEPTS
RESEARCH, EVALUATION, COMMUNICATION, AND ANALYZING DATA
PRIMARY SOURCES AND SECONDARY SOURCES
FIELD WORK
INTERGRATING CONCEPTS
HOTS
DIVIRSE EXPERINCES GENDER, CULTURE AND RACE