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Rubenstein (Key Issue pg. 351-360)
Challenges for Commercial Farmers
Having figured out how to produce large quantities of food, commercial
farmers face low prices for their output.
Government subsides help prop up farm income.
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Rubenstein (pg. 329-334)
Key Issue 1
Origins of Agriculture
Agriculture- is deliberate modification of Earths surface through cultivation
of plants and rearing of animals to obtain sustenance or economic gain.
AP Human Geography study session 4/26 (Unit 2)
Demographic Transition Model- Stage 1: live on natural forces, lots of kids, no
country is in stage 1 (b/c of globalization)+Stage 2: declining death rate, better
stuff to keep you alive, no female rights (lo
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Rubenstein: Key Issue 2 (pg. 335-342)
Shifting cultivation- is practiced in much of the worlds Humid Low-Latitude,
or A, climate regions, which have relatively high temperatures and
Key Issue 1
Why Does Development Vary Among Countries?
A countrys level of development can be distinguished according to three
factors economic, social, and demographic.
The Human Development Index (HDI)- recognizes that a countrys level of
Rubenstein (pg. 254-264)
Key Issue 1: Where are states located?
State- an area organized into a political unit and ruled by an
established government that has control over its internal and foreign
Sovereignty- independence from controls of its
AP Human Geography study session (Unit 3) 5/1
Hebrew is a revival language
English dialect= British and American
Major ancient cultural hearths include: Indus Valley, Mesopotamia, Nile Valley,
and North China
EUROPE IS NOT ANCIENT! Do not choose any part
AP Human Geography study session 5/2 (Unit 4)
Centripetal force : language, religion, (political geography) a primate city, etc.
Centrifugal force : substate nationalism
Boundaries were drawn in much of Europe after World War 1 according to the
Athens, Greece 37.9667 N, 23.7167 E
Delphi, Greece 38.4833 N, 22.5000 E
Katerini, Greece 40.2667 N, 22.5000 E
Greece is north of the Mediterranean Sea, east of the Aegean Sea, and north Sea of
AP Human Geography study session 5/8 (unit 5)
GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms): during the 3 rd Revolution/Green
Deforestation decreased shifting cultivation
Women were believed to start plant domestication
There were several First Agricul
AP Human Geography study session 4/25 (Unit 1)
Chicago is a coastal city + Is the 3rd largest city in America
Another word for relative location is situation EX: Singapore (@ the apex of a
shipping lane and is right in the middle at the point of Malaki)
APUSH UNIT 2 VOCAB
APUSH 3 rd pd.
The Proclamation of 1763
The Proclamation of 1763 was issued October 7, 1763, by King
George III following Great Britain's acquisition of French
territory in North America after the end of the Fren
APUSH UNIT 1 VOCAB
By: Amanuel Kefetew
APUSH 1st period
American colonist (born in England) who was banished from Boston for
her religious views (1591-1643)
Organized Jamestown and imposed a harsh law "He who will not wor
PRESIDENTIA LTIM ES
MONEY | LEGISLATION| POWER
DID WILLIAM TAFTRoosevelt STRENGTHENSrel ationship
REALLY GET STUCK
I N A TUB?p.7
Income Tax: Tax levied by a
government directly on income
APUSH UNIT REVIEW
BY: AMANUEL KEFETEW
AUGUST 13, 2015
Jamestown was very influential in US History because it was the
first settlement in North America by the English. Jamestown was
an example of how to settle and at the same time how not to
INCREASING TENSIONS TIMELINE
BY: AMANUEL K., AYINDE A., BETHEL M.
1766 Gabriel Prossers Revolt
- A large slave rebellion in the Richmond area in the summer of 1800.
1793 Fugitive Slave Law
- Law passed as part of the Compromise of 1850. This l
UNIT 2 TIMELINE
BY: AMANUEL K., AYINDE A. ANDRES D., MASON J
1754 French & Indian War
-Fought between the French and the Indians against the British. The
1763 Proclamation of 1763
- Forbade all settlement past a line drawn along the Appalachi
APUSH UNIT 5 VOCABULARY
Cornelius Vanderbilt: An American business man who built his wealth in
railroads and shipping
Union & Central Pacific: Former name for the railroad from California to
Railroads & Time Zones: Due to railroads, the first time zo
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MENTAL DISORDERS READING LIST
Nightmare: A Schizophrenic Narrative
The Rescuing of Patty Hearst
The Center Cannot Hold
A Beautiful Mind
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden
I Know This Much is True
The Quiet Room
Chapter 6- Motivation and Emotion
Clark Hull : motivation- Drive Reduction Theory- when an organism is deprived of
something it wants or needs it will become agitated. To relieve the agitation it will
engage in more or less activity until the need is sati
Three Basics Tasks of Memory
Encoding committing to short-term/working memory or long-term memory (increased through rehearsal)
Storage keeping the information in long-term memory (pro/retroactive interference & antero/retrograde amnesia)
Freuds Psychosexual Stages
Mouth region primary erogenous zone; sucking for gratification; relative
primacy of id.
Anus primary erogenous zone; elimination as form of gratification; ego as
aid in adapta
SUMMARY OF SCHOOLS
resolution and fixation in
early development, which
leave overly weak ego
controls or strong impulses.
Pathology reflects an
incongruity between the re