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Cultural Geography PuzzleAuthor: Howard Michael
Description: Students, complete the vocabulary puzzle using vocabulary terms from the Glossary of terms from the Culture: A Geographical Perspective site: http://goo.gl/HPmb5.
Keywords: Cultural Geography Puzzle, Kubbu Cultural Geography, Cultural Geography Crossword Puzzle, Crossword Puzzle, , , online teaching
Groups that have a number of cultural traits in common. Most countries include a mosaic of many cultural communities., A branch of geography that focuses on cultural traits, the impact of material and nonmaterial human culture on the environment, and the human organization of space., There are literally thousands of cultures on Earth today. One reason for the existence of so many cultures is that there are so many ways that Earth%27s 6.3 billion people can be culturally different, A portion of the Earth%27s surface that has one or more common cultural elements., A collection of people distinguished, by others or themselves, primarily on the basis of cultural or nationality characteristics., The permanent (or relatively permanent) relocation of an individual or group to a new, usually distant, place of residence and employment., Having to do with a district, town, village, etc. on the outskirts of a city., Having to do with the countryside; rustic; away from cities and suburbs., Features (e.g., skin, hair, and eye color) that are genetic (inherited) and shared by a large group of people. , The spread of a culture and/or an individual trait, and the factors that account for such a spread., Many cultures coexisting in a similar time and place., A symbolic form of communication-perhaps the most important feature of a culture., Having to do with cities, or characteristic of cities., The process in which non-Western societies acquire Western culture traits, which are adopted in varying degrees of thoroughness, The total way of life that characterizes a group of people, Understanding and respecting others and oneself including the similarities and differences in language, gender, socioeconomic class, religion, and other human characteristics and traits,
CULTURE, CULTURAL DIFFUSION, RACE, MIGRATION, DIVERSITY, GLOBAL DIVERSITY, RURAL, WESTERNIZATION, LANGUAGE, ETHNIC GROUPS, MULTICULTURAL, CULTURAL COMMUNITIES, URBAN, CULTURE REGION, SUBURBAN,