History & Geography

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2015-10-26 • 0 Cards


2015-10-26 • 0 Cards

Minnesota Symbols

2015-09-23 • 0 Cards

Vocabulary for Target 2: Evidence from the Past

Something that makes plain or clear indication or sign., A respected member of the community for his/her knowledge or wisdom.

2015-09-22 • 2 Cards

Military History

What are the most important principles in studying military history? OC MURPH, Which constant of war shapes the battlefield, dictates routes of advance and dictates defensive positions? – OC Zegarelli, What is Military History? -OC McMillen, What are the four steps of Battle Analysis process? -OC McMillen, What are the Constants of War and how many are there? - OC McMillen, What are some limitations of a study of Military History? OC Estrada Vega, What are the four commonly identified types of military history? -OC Escobar, What are two elements of drawing lessons and insights from a battle analysis? -OC Escobar, Why is the study of military history valuable to Army Leaders? -OC Escobar, What are the seven reasons for studying military history? -OC Escobar, What must you do to "Define the subject" in Battle analysis? OC MURPH, What defines "setting the stage" in Battle Analysis? OC MURPH, Define Battle Analysis, OC Potts, How can leaders describe battle analysis methodology to subordinates? OC Edusah, What are 8 activities included in the Study of Military History? OC Potts

2015-08-19 • 30 Cards


2015-04-17 • 0 Cards

2nd nine weeks review

responsibilities of the king in monarchy, responsibilities of leaders in a oligarchy, how were the people affected in an oligarchy?, how were monarchy and oligarchy overthrown?, what is the difference between representative and direct democracy?, similarities of both representative and direct democracy, different forms of government, 3 parts of Greek government, how Greece's terrain affected government, responsibilities of the king in monarchy, responsibilities of leaders in a oligarchy, how were the people affected in an oligarchy?, how were monarchy and oligarchy overthrown?, what is the difference between representative and direct democracy?, similarities of both representative and direct democracy

2015-03-23 • 19 Cards

post test study

2015-03-23 • 0 Cards

1st , 2nd , 3rd nine weeks review

2015-03-23 • 0 Cards

Human Geo CH 6

1) The study of the social and cultural meanings people give to personal space -- like how far we stand from others when speaking to them -- is known as, 2) The irony, according to Knox and Marston, is that places become less distinct as, 3) Vulgaria is distinguished by landscapes of, 4) The tendency for people to have places to which they have a special attachment or sense of identity is known as, 5) The humanistic approach in geography focuses on, 6) Signs and symbols embedded in the landscape that send messages about identity, beliefs, practices and values, and which we can learn to read and interpret, is an example of, 7) The CittaSlow movement, related to the slow food movement, is an attempt by local communities to recover, 8) The slow city movement has emerged, and is growing, in the world's, 9) The purchase of images and the experience of spectacular and distinctive places, physical settings and landscapes are combined in the concept of place, 10) ________ is based on the commercial exploitation of the histories of people and places., 11) Overwhelming ________ is one of the biggest dangers facing successful slow cities., 12) Varanasi — on the Ganges River — is an exceptionally sacred pilgrimage site to, 13) Malls are complex, 14) An ethologist would be more likely to study, 15) Geographers using the humanistic approach share a great deal with other social sciences, but especially

2015-03-23 • 95 Cards

Human Geo CH 5

1) Which of the following is the "humanized" version of the other?, 2) The french, geographical concept of genre de vie most closely resembles what we call a cultural, 3) Descansos along roadsides in Mexico and Spain are examples of cultural, 4) Ceremonies or celebrations that mark transitions in human life are known as, 5) From the following two, which belief system newer and evolved from the other?, 6) The majority of Muslims are, 7) The fastest growing religion in the United States is, 8) All Indo-European languages (including Russian, Hindi, English, Spanish, German) are all part of the same language, 9) India's internal state identities are fairly closely aligned with different, 10) Regional variations in language are common, and referred to as, 11) Islam's most holy city is, 12) The set of practical, behavioral guidelines observed by Muslims based on the words and action of the Prophet Mohammed is known as the, 13) This helps geographers examine indeterminate events in which things shift suddenly and unexpectedly, e.g., the 2011 political protests in Wisconsin and Egypt with global implications:, 14) Gender is an identity, and reflects ________ differences between men and women., 15) According to ________, a family is an entity composed of human and nonhumans, like the dog, the house, the car, the cellphone and the TV.

2015-03-23 • 117 Cards

Human Geo CH 4

Questions, 1) Through her work protecting the diversity and integrity of living resources, Vandana Shiva has become a leader in the, 2) The practice of commercially exploiting and patenting naturally occurring biochemical or genetic material, restricting its future use, and failing to pay the community who has traditionally used it, is known as, 3) According to some scientists, one sign of global climate change and human induced changes to the environment is the alarming ________ in worldwide frog populations., 4) Global climate change is causing a(n), 5) Since the 2010 earthquake that destroyed hundreds of thousands of residential and commercial buildings in Haiti, the affected areas still look like the earthquake occurred yesterday. This is because of ongoing, 6) Your textbook authors point out that to represent the flooding and deaths associated with Hurricane Katrina (2005) as a "natural" disaster is misleading because it ignores, 7) Cultural ecologists attempt to understand how cultural processes affect adaptation to, 8) The hybrid rural culture of the the Central Andean region contains a combination of ________ practices., 9) Understanding human-environment interactions within the context of the surrounding political and economic relationships is an approach taken by, 10) President Theodore Roosevelt drew on the ideas of Thoreau, Emerson and Marsh to support ________ of the natural environment., 11) The belief that nature is sacred and should not be used at all is (was) held by, 12) In the core, more of the future increase in energy production is expected from, 13) The greatest loss of human life in history occurred in the Americas following the Columbian Exchange. This is directly related to widespread, 14) Today, we live in the

2015-03-23 • 118 Cards