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Chapter 13 Sections 3&4
Transcript of Chapter 13 Sections 3&4
continuing unrest in Ireland. Protestent English rulers seized Irish land and left many Irish in poverty What role do natural resouces play in Europes economy? Natural resources benifit the economy. Swedish export timber, Irish-fish, Norway-oil. Where is Silicon Glen and why is it important economically? Scotland between Glasgow and Edinburgh, it produces 32% of Europes personal computers, and 51% of Europes notebook computers Name a Northern European country that has chosen not to join the European Union. Why? Denmark did not because they wanted to keep their own currency. How did the Reformation affect religion in Northern Europe? Several different Protestant churches took root and most of the religion is still protestant. How does the reformation affect me today? I don't have to be Catholic and can choose from a multitude of different churches and/or faiths. In what ways have great Britain and Ireland influenced world literature? Shakespeare and William Wordsworth were both from England, James Joyce was from Ireland What gains have women in Nordic countries made toward political equality in the 1990's? In Iceland parliament is 25% women, in Norway-36%, in Finland- 37%, in Sweden-43%. What welfare services do the countries of Northern Europe fund? Finland, Norway and Sweden give families a yearly allowance to help them raise their kids. Finland Norway and Sweden give their families yearly allowances to help them raise children. Section 3 Section 4 What is a cultural crossroads? Why have many empires tried to control Eastern Europe? What defines Eastern Europe as a cultural crossroads? What does the term Balkanization describe? How has ethnicity led to turmoil in Eastern Europe? How did the Soviet Unions withdrawel from Eastern Europe create instability? Why did Eastern European countries move from Farming to Industries? A cultural crossroads is a place where cultures clash together. People moving through Europe and Asia-traders, nomads, armies and migrants have passed through the region. Because the region is an important cultural crossroads. The process of a region breaking up into small mutually hostile states. A Surbian assassinated an Austrian noble which sparked WWI Without the communist party to fight for the people all went back to fighting for their own ethnicities They did this because under communism the Government owned factories and forced the people to. Explain What communist goverment is How did communist government restrict economic development? How has moving toward a market economy been a benefit in Eastern Europe? What effect does the variety of eastern European languages have on one region? How does religion contribute to the regions cultural diversity? What influences shape folk art of eastern europe? How might the growth of industry create urban problems? what minority groups have suffered discrimination? In what ways might extreme ethnic loyalty inhibit the development of democracy? A communist government controls the
economy of the country which it rules. Communism was restricting because non-communist countries like the U.S. would not trade with you if you were a communist. Factories became privately owned and started making goods that people want to buy. This makes it difficult for the region to unify Religous beliefs affect the folk art made by Eastern European people. Religious belief, rural customs, and Byzantine art
have all influenced Eastern European folk art. The growth of industry will make cities grow causing pollution, traffic jams and housing shortages. Croats, Jews and Gypsies. The different ethnic groups would not be willing to work together.