History and Geography: The Foundations of Culture Ch. 3 Complete Study Guide

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2.Confucian philosophy, taught throughout Japan’s history, emphasizes the basic virtue of loyalty to the country.
Chapter 03 History and Geography: The Foundations of CultureAnswer Key1.To understand fully a society’s actions and its points of view, one must have an appreciation for the influence of historical events.
To understand fully a society’s actions and its points of view, one must have an appreciation for the influence of historical events and the geographical uniqueness to which a culture has had to adapt.True / False Questions3.A fundamental premise of Japanese ideology reflects the importance of individualism and competitive spirit for economic progress.
4.Recording of historic events by historians belonging to different cultures gives us a subjective view of history.
5.The Mexican attitude toward their American neighbors may be summed up in the statement—“Geography has made us neighbors, tradition has made us friends.”
6.In the context of U.S. foreign policies, the Monroe Doctrine, in its broadest interpretation, meant that Americans were a chosen people ordained by God to create a model society.

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