Ch3(1) - Ch3 Student 1 To understand fully a societys actions and its points of view one must have an appreciation for the influence of historical

Ch3(1) - Ch3 Student 1 To understand fully a societys...

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Ch3 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1.To understand fully a society’s actions and its points of view, one must have an appreciation for the influence of historical events. True False 2.Confucian philosophy, taught throughout Japan’s history, emphasizes the basic virtue of loyalty to the country. 3.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.” True False 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. 7.In the context of U.S. foreign policies, the Monroe Doctrine was used to justify the U.S. annexation of Texas, Oregon, New Mexico, and California. 8.In the context of U.S. foreign policies, the Monroe Doctrine dictated the abstention of the United States from European political affairs. 9.In the context of U.S. foreign policies, the Roosevelt Corollary was an extension of the policy of the Monroe Doctrine. True False 10.In the context of U.S. foreign policies, the Roosevelt Corollary paved the way for non-American intervention in Latin American affairs. 11.The Roosevelt Corollary is typified by the dictum—whatever is good for the United States is justifiable. 12.Altitude, humidity, and temperature extremes are climatic features that affect the uses and functions of products and equipment. 13.Physical barriers that exist within Europe are nowadays seen as a natural protection from potentially hostile neighbors. True False 14.Countries that suffer the most from major natural calamities are among the poorest in the world.
15.In the context of social responsibility and environmental management, the United States continues to be the world’s top pollution-causing nation. 16.In the context of social responsibility and environmental management, the process of controlling industrial wastes leads to the issue of disposal of hazardous waste.

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