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Government. Human Migration. Africa’s Regions. Vocabulary. Citizen Participation. 100 pt. 100 pt. 100 pt. 100 pt. 100 pt. 200 pt. 200 pt. 200pt. 200 pt. 200 pt. 300 pt. 300 pt. 300 pt. 300 pt. 300 pt. 400 pt. 400 pt. 400 pt. 400 pt. 400 pt. 500 pt. 500 pt. 500 pt.

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Government

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Migration

Africa’s

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J. Parke

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In this type of government, people get to vote, their rights are guaranteed, and ordinary people hold the power.

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In this type of government, one ruler or a small group takes control by force. Citizens have no personal rights or freedoms.

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This type of government is similar to a democracy. There is a king or queen, but they hold no true power. Citizens have guaranteed rights, and the head of state is often called a prime minister.

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People are drawn to this region of Africa located along the equator, because of the abundance of trees, an important natural resource.

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Despite the seismic activity (earthquakes, volcanoes) there, people are pulled to the Great Rift Valley because of this.

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This term means very dry. It describes Africa’s desert region, which receives very little precipitation.

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In order to survive in the hot, arid climate of the Sahara Desert region, people settle around these places in the desert where underground water comes to the surface through springs or wells.

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These are the 4 types of productive resources (resources needed to start and maintain a business). Different regions have different amounts of each.

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Rather than resorting to military conflict, countries can use this, which is a way of resolving conflicts by peacefully discussing issues in order to avoid violence and leave both sides satisfied.

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This term means using technology to modify living things. Banana and rice farmers use it in Africa, since farming is difficult in some parts of the continent.

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This word, meaning apartness, describes the class structure in South Africa until 1991. During this time the black citizens were terribly mistreated and did not have rights equal to the white minority.

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What is vote, run for office, protest, work for a political campaign, exercise freedoms guaranteed in a Bill of Rights, or pay taxes?

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In this type of government, citizens have no guaranteed rights. They are ruled in fear by the person who gained power by force.

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What are black citizens couldvote, run for political office, go to school with white students, live & work in the city?