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14 Cards in this Set

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What are the 6 fundamental needs of human beings?
Food, Shelter, Clothing, Spirituality, Defense, and Transportation
Trace the process of the rise of agriculture and urbanization
hunters and gatherers -> discover how to grow crops (agriculture) -> domestication of animals -> new technology (irrigation ect.) -> birth rates rose -> death rates fell -> population increased -> could trade/barter products -> division of labor ->permanent settlements -> urbanization -> developed writing -> gov formed ->civilization
sources of conflict -disputes over resources
sources of conflict- nationalism
blind loyalty (were #1)
sources of conflict- religion
ethics, fundumentalism
sources of conflict- traditional values vs modern values
ethics, adaptability to change
sources of conflict- difference in political systems
historical, territorial
Democracy- direct and representative
direct- cheif, people paricipate directly in desicion making, usually day to day things (mostly being used in the past)

representative- citizens elect representatives to run country affairs
a ruler who has complete power over country, power usually earned by force (having the most _____, usually guns and such)
headed by a king or queen, who inherits the throne by birth
capitalism versus communism
capitalism- privately owned buisnesses and farms, owner decides price, consumer is key

communism- gov owns and is control of everything
the 3 levels of industrialization
1) raw material
2) manufacturing (turning the raw material into something)
3) processing, distributing, delivering
developed nation
many industries, big infrastructure, high literacy rate, higher income, good/stable economy