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Record of the Past
History
Study of people,places,and the environment
Geography
The people and the groups within a society that have the authority to make laws,to make sure they are carried out,and to settle disagreements about them.
Government
Legal member of a country
Citizen
Study of how people manage their resources by producing,exchanging,and using goods and services
Economics
Conflict between people's desires and their limited resources
Scarcity
consists of beliefs,customs,laws,art,and way of living that a group of people share
Culture
each kind of food,clothing,technology, beliefs, language or tool shared by a culture
Culture Trait Example
Area of the world in which many people share similar beliefs, history and languages.
Culture Region
Depending on another country for resources.
Interdependence
A triangular area of land formed by deposits at the mouth of a river.
Delta
A broad,flat area of land higher than the surrounding land.
Plateau
A large,level area of grassland with fewer or no trees.
Prairie
A narrow strip of water connecting two large bodies of water.
Strait
Tells where a place is.
Location
Several countries that have features in common.
Region
Considers an area's distinguishing characteristics(ex-climate).
Place
Study of migrations of people,animals and even plants.
Movement
How people change and are changed by natural features of the Earth.
Human Environment Interaction