SCIN 139 SCIN139 Quiz 3 Answers (APUS)

SCIN 139 SCIN139 Quiz 3 Answers (APUS)


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SCIN 139 Quiz 3 (APUS)

  1. Improvements in technology led to increases in population which in turn had economic, social, political and cultural effects.
  2. Although the Industrial Revolution technically spans more than one century, which time period saw the majority of technological advancements generally considered to be representative of the era?
  3. According to table 4-1, which of the following countries had the most dramatic population increase between 1550 and 1900?
  4. Which of the following countries had the slowest growth during the 1800s?
  5. From what you have read about Thomas Malthus, he would agree that there will be plenty of resources for everyone, no matter how many people there are.
  6. Between 1790 and 1970, rural-to-urban migration or "urbanization" was changing social and cultural structures of societies. In the United States, for example, the percentage of people living in urban areas jumped from _____% to _____%.
  7. Consequences of the rapid development of large cities in the 1700s, 1800s, and 1900s included all of the following problems, EXCEPT:
  8. "Improvements to water supply and removal of garbage were of primary importance to the public's health" describes:
  9. Three quarters of all 19th Century deaths are estimated to have been caused by infectious "crowd diseases."
  10. Name at least 2 ways in which agriculture played a crucial role in the industrialization of England
  11. The primary development that made industrialization possible was the harnessing of energy through _______ power. 
  12. By the 1st quarter of the 1900s, basic elements needed to drive industrialization were in place. Name at least 2 of these elements:
  13. Briefly describe the elements of the Malthusian Trap (as a cycle).
  14. Study Figure 4-4 of the textbook. In five words or less, why did smallpox deaths rebound in the early 1870s?
  15. After the mid 1880's, Munich, Germany became one of the cleanest and healthiest of the European cities by controlling epidemics with civic improvements. Name at least two of these improvements.
  16. Describe the Demographic Transition and discuss its three-stage process.

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