Glossary of Isms

Glossary of isms

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Unformatted text preview: Global
Understanding
–
Isms
‐
KEY
 *This
is
a
study
aid.

It
is
important
that
you
learn
the
definitions
–
not
just
memorize
the
 answers.

You
aren’t
likely
to
see
the
exact
same
answers
for
each
term
on
the
Quiz
or
the
 Exam.
 Anarchism
 Antiglobalism
 Authoritarianism
 Bazaar
Economy
 Buddhism
 Capitalism
 Cash‐crop
Agriculture
 Classical
Liberalism
 Collectivization
 Belief
that
government
is
unnecessary
and
should
be
replaced
free
association
of
 people.
 
 International
movement
that
opposed
development
of
corporate‐based
global
 economy
on
the
ground
that
it
make
the
rich
richer
and
exploits
labor
and
 environments
in
poor
regions.
 
 Form
of
government
in
which
a
ruler
tries
to
maintain
the
existing
social
order
 using
obedient
armies,
police,
and
government
officials
to
suppress
dissent
and
 attempts
at
liberal
reform.
 
 Traditional
economy
with
few
salaried
jobs
and
an
abundance
of
tiny
unregulated
 businesses
such
as
peddlers
and
pushcart
operators.

In
modern
times,
bazaar
 economies
became
common
in
urban
area
of
developing
countries
as
the
gap
 between
rich
and
poor
widened.
 
 Religion
and
cultural
tradition
founded
in
India
by
Siddhartha
Gautama
(the
 Buddha,
or
“enlightened
one”)
around
500
B.C.E.,
which
set
forth
the
Four
Noble
 Truths
and
a
cod
of
conduct,
the
Eightfold
Path.

Buddhism
ignored
India’s
strict
 cast
system
and
held...
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