The Worlds People

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  • 1. The World’s People Chapter 5: pg. 74 - 91
  • 2. Section 1: pg. 75 - 80
    • Objectives for today
    • Define culture and culture region
    • Identify important cultural symbols
    • Trace how cultures develop
    • Explain how agriculture affects culture
  • 3. Aspects of culture
    • Culture - learned system of shared beliefs and ways of doing things
    • Culture region - when one culture dominates a region
    • Culture traits - elements of culture (food, dress, religion)
  • 4. Race and ethnic groups
    • Ethnic groups - religion, history, language, holiday traditions
    • Multicultural societies
    • Race - inherited physical or biological traits
    • Acculturation - borrowing things from other cultures
  • 5. Cultural differences
    • Symbols - something that stands for something else
    • Other differences - behavior, dress, holidays, language
  • 6. Development of a culture
    • Every culture deals with same needs - food, water, clothing, shelter
    • Shaped by history
    • Shaped by environment
  • 7. Development of agriculture
    • Domestication of plants and animals
    • Agriculture and the environment
    • Subsistence vs. commercial agriculture
    • Agriculture and civilization
  • 8. Chapter 5 Section 2
    • Objectives for today
      • Explain how population density varies, and why population has changed over time
      • Identify ways geographers describe economies
      • Identify different economic systems
      • Explain how governments differ
  • 9. Demography
    • Demography - study of human populations
      • Population density - number of people per square mile
    • Why do places have more/less people?
      • Environment
      • Urbanization
    • Population growth
      • Rate of natural increase
  • 10. Economic activities
    • Primary
      • Directly involve natural resources
    • Secondary
      • Change raw materials into finished products
    • Tertiary
      • Handle goods that are ready to be sold
    • Quaternary
      • Usually deal with information
  • 11. Economic development
    • Developed countries
      • Strong in primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary
    • Developing countries
      • Mainly primary and secondary
    • Third World countries
    • Gross national produc
  • 12. Economic system
    • Free enterprise and market
      • People control production, make decisions
    • Command
      • Government controls production, makes decisions
    • Traditional
      • Based on customs and rituals
  • 13. World Governments
    • Different types
      • Democracy
      • Monarchy / dictatorship
    • Unlimited government
    • Limited government
  • 14.