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31 Cards in this Set

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Ethnic Group

A group of people who share a common culture ancestry

Traditional economy

A system where people grow their own food and make their own goods

Command economy

a system where the government makes all economic decisions

Market economy

A system based on free trade, private ownership, and competition

Humanitarian Aid

Assistance to people in distress

Primary industry

Uses natural resources and raw material to make money

Secondary industry

Uses natural resources and raw material to make something new

Tertiary industry

Goods and services are exchanged

Quaternary industry

Process and distribute information


Relationship between countries in which they rely on one another for resources, goods, and services


Thr process from moving from one place to another

cultural diversity

The state of having a variety of cultures in the same area


Form of government where people elect leaders and rule by majority


A single powerful ruler has total control


Ruled directly by a king or queen


Government owns all property and dominates all aspects of life in a country


The total number of people in a given area


The set of beliefs values and practices that a group of people have in common

Cultural diffusion

The spread of culture traits from one region to another

Gross domestic product

The value of all goods and services produced within a country in a single year

Popular culture

Culture traits that are well known and widely accepted


The process in which countries are increasingly linked to each other through culture and trade

Population density

A measure of the number of people living in a given area


System that includes all of the activities that people and businesses do to earn a living

United Nations

An organization of the world's countries that promote peace and security around the globe

Percentage of natural increase

Rate at which a population is changing

Changes to the country with fast growing populations

Availability of housing and jobs available food hospital in schools opening or closing

Before 1800 Earth's population growth

300 million people

About how much of the worlds people live in developing countries


A country's population can grow through


the auto industry today depends upon parts that are made

In other countries