Civics & Economics
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Civics & Economics
Goal Ten Test Review
An Obligation; Something that is required to be done.
An action that is expected to be performed, but is not required to be done.
The willingness of people to work for others without the promise of monetary gain.
To settle differences through discussion.
The actions performed towards the government such as participation in government, church and voluntary associations.
An established course for judicial proceedings designed to protect the rights of someone accused.
Unfair treatment of a person or group only on the basis of prejudice.
Equal coexistence of groups representing different cultures and regional backgrounds that do not mix with others.
Consists of special actions in recruitment, hiring, and other areas designed to eliminate the effects of past discrimination.
Melting Pot Theory
A theory that states ethnic groups assimilate int a hose society.
Tossed Salad Theory
A theory that states that America is made of different groups that bring identity to the whole, without mixing in.
One's own ability to motivate themselves, without being influenced to do so by another person.
The use of manipulative words or actions which is meant to induce shock or fear forcing people to make rash decisions.
The free cash flow that a business can generate over a long period of time.
The concept that each person is assumed to possess certain rights because they are human.
The ability to allow, permit, understand, or accept something.
The act of being loyal and having a positive and supportive attitude towards one's country.
A crime committed without any proven evidence of an individual that has suffered damage or harm in the crime.
Issues Surrounding Baby Boomers
The birth years of the Baby Boom generation is subject to controversy. It is thought this generations was born between 1946 and 1964.
Global warming due to the build up of CO2 emissions.
Government programs designed to help elderly, ill, or unemployed citizens.
Concerning the central government of a nation.
The concept that political and legislative power resides with the citizens.