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The Earth and It's Peoples Chapter 5 Notes

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The Earth and Its Peoples Chapter 05 - Greece and Iran, 1000?30 B.C.E. CHAPTER 5?Greece and Iran, 1000?30 B.C.E. Ancient Iran, 1000?30 B.C.E. Geography and Resources Iran?s location, bounded by mountains, deserts, and the Persian Gulf, left it open to attack from Central Asian nomads. The fundamental topographical features included high mountains on the edges, salt deserts in the interior, and a sloping plateau crossed by mountain streams.

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Generic Core-Scoring Guide for AP World History Compare & Contrast Essays BASIC CORE Historical skills and knowledge required to show competence PointsADVANCE \r1 EXPANDED CORE Historical skills and knowledge required to show excellence PointsADVANCE \r1 1. Has acceptable thesis (Addresses comparison of the issues ??or themes specified) 2. Addresses all parts of the question, though not necessarily evenly or thoroughly. (Addresses most parts of the question: for example, deals with differences but not similarities.) 3. Substantiates thesis with appropriate historical evidence. (Partially substantiates these with appropriate historical evidence.) 4. Makes at least 4 relevant, direct comparisons between or among societies.

Women in the Industrialized World CCOT

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In the past, women were often given secondary roles to men. Confucianism, for example, made women almost completely reliable on men. Women’s feet were bound, so they needed men to move them around. They couldn’t own property or run any businesses. Later on, women still had the gender-based discrimination. However, between 1750 and 1914, during the industrial revolution, women’s social, economic, and political roles changed significantly, although many things stayed the same, in the Industrialized World.

important words for industrialization and urbanization

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Industrial Revolution Maquiladora Doi Moi Site and situation location factors Textiles Minimills Capital Flight Just in time delivery Perishable products Break of bulk point Bulk reducing/gaining Single market manufacturers Outsourcing Amenities New International Division of Labor SEZ or EPZ 4 Asian Tigers Metropolitan Area Agglomeration/deglomeration/conglomeration Conurbation Primate city Urban sprawl Green space Functional specialization Economic base Tax abatement Edge cities Urban hierarchy Zoning laws Economics of agglomeration Fordist/post-fordist Homogenization Ecotourism/medical tourism Footloose industry Telecommuting Back offices

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