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The Digital Revolution Computer Network
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A group of computer linked by wired or wireless technology to share data and resources. An ongoing process of social, political, and economic change brought about by digital technology, such as computers and the Internet.
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Cyberspace The Web
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A collection of linked documents, graphics, and sounds that can be accessed over the Internet. A term that refers to entities that exist largely within computer.
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Technological Convergence Digitization
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The process of converting text, numbers, sound, photos, and video into data that can be processed by digital devices. A process by which several technologies with distinct functionalities evolve to form a single product.
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Globalization Intellectual Property
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Refers to the ownership of certain types of information, ideas, or representations. The worldwide economic interdependence of countries that occurs as cross-border commerce increases and as money flows more freely among countries.
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Domestication Digital Divide
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The gap between people who have access to technology and those who do not. The process by which plants and animals were brought under human control.
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Empire Economic System
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A socially created institution that coordinates human activity in the effort to produce, distribute, and consume goods and services. A group of countries under the direct or indirect control of a foreign power or government such that the dominant power shapes the subordinate entities’ political, economic, and cultural
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development.
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Government Goods
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Any products that are manufactured, grown, or extracted from the earth, such as food, clothing, housing, automobiles, coal, computers, and so on. The organizational structure that directs and coordinates people’s involvement in the political activities of a country or other territory (city, county, state) within that country.
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Hegemony Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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The monetary value of the goods and services that a nation’s work force produces over the course of a year (or some other time period). A process by which a power maintains its dominance over other entities.
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Insurgents Imperialistic Power
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A political entity that exerts control and influence over foreign entities through conquest or force and/or through policies and economic pressures. Groups who participate in armed rebellion against some established authority, government, or administration with the hope that those in power will retreat.
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Legal-rational Authority Laws of Supply and Demand
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Natural laws regulating capitalist economies such that as demand for an item increases, prices rise. When manufacturers respond to the price increase by producing a larger supply of that item, this A type of authority that rests on a system of impersonal rules that formally specifies the qualifications for occupying a powerful position.
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increases competition and drives the price down.
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Militaristic Power Mechanization
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sources of power, such as oil or steam, to hand tools and modes of
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