Unit 2 Summative
- Migration - People move to different based on many things. They can move based on the economy if its either poor or really good in a given area. They can also be forced to migrate. For example, deportation. If someone illegally moves to the U.S.A. and the government finds out they are there illegally, they can be forced to move back to their home country.
- Creation of Mosaics- People create cultural mosaics to tell other people that see them stories. They also create mosaics about someone or themselves. They passed them down to their next generations to understand what the past and their culture is.
- Balance between social groups through conflict and cooperation- There is two things social groups are good at: creating conflict and cooperating with each other. Social groups cooperate in order to stop conflict or if something gets in both their ways. They also create conflict due to a disagreement on something, like laying down their weapons.
The Real World
Cultural Mosaics- People and cultures create mosaics to tell stories about what has happened. For example, some people in Africa create mosaics to tell stories that has happened to them.
The balance of forces- Some people and countries don't get along creating conflict. But other countries do get along and cooperate in order to help out. For example, North Korea doesn't really get along well with other countries and that can create lots of conflict. But The U.S. gets along with China to cooperate with them for trading goods.
Mosaics- My family and I haven't really create any mosaics since our culture in down in Argentina. My ancestors have created mosaics about how they got there and things that have happened in the past.
Social groups- There is many social groups that I am apart of and that are around here. A couple are the Lax team, my neighborhood friends and the friends i have at Pinkerton. There is really no conflict that happens with the social groups I am in but cooperation like how my team needs to have cooperation in order to win games.