II. Key Terms:
• Innovation: the introduction of new idea.
• Industrialization: process of social and economic change that transforms a human group from a preindustrial society to an industrial one.
• Rationalization: Making something logical.
• Liberty: freedom
• Capitalism: an economic system where the invisible hands of competition drives supply and demand in a free market economy.
• Fascism: a political system with an extreme right wing attitude in favour of a strong central government which doesn’t allow any opposition
• Conservatism: political belief that the society should change as little as possible.
• Fundamentalism: practice of following very strictly any religion or in Christianity: the belief that is written in the bible as extremely true.
• Socialism: a political and economic theory of the social organization which advocates the community as a whole and should control the means of production, distribution and exchange.
• Anarchism: the political belief where laws and government aren’t necessary.
• Natural law: all rules should depend on nature or belief.
• Secular law: not connected to god or church, only humans can create their own laws or rules.
• Laissez Faire: the policy that the government should leave the market to it’s own device and shouldn’t interfere with the economy. (Adams Smith’s theory)
• Funan:ancient pre Angkor Kingdom located aroung the Mekong delta.
• Chenla:an early Khmer kingdom and was at first a vassal state to Funan (circa 550AD), over the next few years achieved its independence and eventually conquering all of Funan and absorbing its people and culture.
• Ishanapura:new capital at Chenla at Sambok Prei Kuk by Ishanavarman.
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