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Exam_1_Review_Sheet_Fall_2008

Exam_1_Review_Sheet_Fall_2008 - INDV 102 Fall 2008 Review...

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INDV 102 Fall 2008 Review Sheet-Exam 1 THIS IS ONLY INTENDED FOR USE AS A ROUGH GUIDE AND CANNOT BE CONSIDERED AN ALL-INCLUSIVE LIST. THE TERMS/CONCEPTS WERE SELECTED FROM CLASS LECTURES AND THE READINGS. THE EXAM WILL HAVE THREE SECTIONS: MULTIPLE CHOICE, DEFINTIONS/IDENTIFICATIONS AND SHORT ANSWER. Key Ids and Concepts- You should be able to identify and explain these terms and concepts. -1992 Columbus Quincentenary -Altitude Zonation: there’s different levels of elevation and divides into different bands of ecosystems and allows different productions. Look at reading -Amazon Basin- Description, causes and impacts of tropical deforestation, etc. -Ayllu: smallest clan/unit among the Incas, base don kinship -Aztecs/Mexica -Chinampas -Colonial Legacy-Language/Culture, Religion, Political and Legal institutions -Colonialism -Columbian Exchange: part of colonial legacy and conquest, know what was exchanged between the two worlds -Common Property -Complex pre-Columbian civilizations -Cultural differences -Cultural ecology
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