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Seven Themes of Geography

the study of people


on 18 February 2010

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Transcript of Seven Themes of Geography

Seven Elements of Culture Language Communication of thoughts and feelings through system of arbitary signals such as gestures, signals, written symbols, or sound through voice. Economic System The system of production, distribution, and consuption.An organized way in which a state or nation allocates its resources and apportions goods and services in the national community. Religion A belief in a supernatural power or powers; regarded as creator and governor of the universe. It's also a set of values and practices based on the teaches of the spiritual leader Social Organization Social orginization is a major sphere of social life organized to meet human needs. An institution in a society that works to socialize the group of people in it. Art and literature Imaginative or creative writing of recognized artistic value. Also the conscious productions or arrangement of sounds, colors, forms movements, or other elements in a manner that affects the sense of beauty specifically the production of "beautiful" in a graphic way. Customs And Traditions This is a practice that is followed by people of a particular group or region. Also a passing down of elements of a culture from generation especially by oral communication Form of Government Form of Government is by which a state is organized in order to exert its powers over a community.
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