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Table Of Contents

Introduction
About the Exam
How to Use This Book
Frequently Asked Questions
Test-Taking Tips
How to Approach the Multiple-Choice Questions
Different Types of Multiple-Choice Questions
The World of Islam (600–1500 C.E.)
The Asian World (400–1500 C.E.)
Emerging Europe and the Byzantine Empire (400–1300 C.E.)
Europe in the Middle Ages (1000–1500 C.E.)
The Americas (400–1500 C.E.)
Renaissance and Reformation (1350–1600)
The Age of Exploration (1500–1800)
Crisis and Absolutism in Europe (1550–1715)
The Muslim Empires (1450–1800)
The East Asian World (1400–1800)
Revolution and the Enlightenment (1550–1800)
The French Revolution and Napoleon (1789–1815)
Industrialization and Nationalism (1800–1870)
Mass Society and Democracy (1870–1914)
The Height of Imperialism, East Asia Under Challenge (1800–1914)
War and Revolution (1914–1919)
The West Between the Wars; Nationalism Around the World (1919–1939)
World War II (1939–1945)
Cold War and Postwar Changes (1945–1970)
The Contemporary Western World (1970–Present)
Latin America (1945–Present)
Africa and the Middle East (1945–Present)
Asia and the Pacific (1945–Present)
Challenges and Hopes for the Future
Physical Geography of North America
Native American Peoples
European Exploration and Colonization
The New England Colonies
The Middle Colonies
The Southern Colonies
American Revolution
Establishing a New Nation: Early Years and Continued Development
Nationalism
Manifest Destiny
Civil War Era
Important Events Leading to the Civil War
Military Campaigns
Domestic and Foreign Affairs
Emergence of the Modern United States
Industrialization
Political Parties
Progressive Era and World War I Through the New Deal
Progressivism
World War I
Postwar and New Deal
World War II
Axis Powers
Allied Powers
United States Joins the War
Post-World War II Period
More Recent Developments
The New Frontier and the Great Society
Major Events in the Civil Rights Movement
The Vietnam War
The Protests of the 1960s
Societal Changes (1968–Present)
Political Theory
Major Political Theorists
Economic Theories
Political Orientations
U.S. Government and Politics
Federalism
Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, Political Beliefs, and Behaviors
Interest Groups
Public Opinion
Mass Media
Comparative Government and Politics
Major Regime Types
Foreign Policy
International Relations
The World in Spatial Terms
Latitude, Longitude, and Location
Winkel Tripel Projection
Winkel Tripel projection
Robinson Projection
Goode’s Interrupted Equal-Area Projection
Goode’s Interrupted Equal-Area projection
Mercator Projection
Types of Maps
Using Scale on a Map
Places and Regions
Physical Systems
Earth-Sun Relationships and Climate
Human Systems
United States and Canada
Latin America
North Africa, Southwest Asia, and Central Asia
Africa South of the Sahara
South Asia
Southeast Asia
Australia, Oceania, and Antarctica
Environment and Society
The Uses of Geography
Microeconomics I: Supply and Demand
The Demand Curve and Elasticity of Demand
The Law of Supply and the Supply Curve
Putting Supply and Demand Together
Microeconomics II: Marketing
Competition and Market Structures
Market Failures
The Role of Government
The Changing Role of Marketing
The Marketing Mix
Distribution Channels
Poverty and the Distribution of Income
Macroeconomics I: Institutions
Business Cycles and Fluctuations
Unemployment
Macroeconomics II: Policies
Measuring the Nation’s Output
GDP and Changes in the Price Level
GDP and Population
Economic Growth
The Functions and Characteristics of Money
History of American Money and Banking
Types of Money in the United States
International and Global Economies
Characteristics of Developing Nations
The Process of Economic Development
Obstacles to Growth in Developing Nations
Industrialization and the Future
The Growth of E-Commerce
A New Economy?
Issues in Cybernomics
The Importance of Socialization
Social Organizations
Social Institutions
Cultural Diversity and Similarities
Minority, Race, and Ethnicity
Inequalities of Gender and Age
Anthropology
Human Culture
Language and Culture
Patterns of Subsistence
Economic Systems
Social Organization
Sex and Marriage
Process of Socialization
Ethnicity and Race
Political Organization
Social Control
Anthropology of Religion
Cultural Change
Psychology
The Life Span
Learning and Cognitive Processes
Personality Tests and Theories
Psychological Disorders
Psychotherapy
Social Psychology
Answer Sheets for Practice Test 1
Answer Key for Practice Test 1
Answer Explanations for Practice Test 1
Answer Sheets for Practice Test 2
Answer Key for Practice Test 2
Answer Explanations for Practice Test 2
References for Additional Study
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