Totalitarianism A system of government that is centralized and has total

Totalitarianism a system of government that is

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Totalitarianism: A system of government that is centralized and has total authority over society, control private lives of citizens - Heterogamy: the alteration of generations, especially between sexual and parthenogenetic generations - Endogamy: The custom of marrying only within the limits of a local community, clan, or tribe - Miscegenation laws: laws that enforce racial segregation at the level of marriage and intimate relationships by criminalizing interracial marriage and sometimes also sex between members of different races - Difference between crisis and acute diseases: Acute illnesses generally develop suddenly and last a short time, often only a few days or weeks. Chronic conditions develop slowly and may worsen over an extended period of time—months to years. - Theoretical concept of selection (suicide) - Sociologist who studies disease: Epidemiologist - How demographers identify metropolitan statistical areas - How an edge city differs from a suburb: An edge city is a specialized suburb that provides mainly businesses, entertainment, and shopping centers while a suburb tends to be purely residential.
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