Indiana Academic Standards Resource Guide United States Government Standards Approved March 2014


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Resources

The Question of States’ Rights: The Constitution and American Federalism

McCulloch v. Maryland

Alden v. Maine

Terri Schiavo case
USG.3.21 Describe the influence of the media and technology on public opinion and public policy.

Mass Media Influence on Society




Standard 4: The Relationship of the United States to Other Nations in World Affairs

Students analyze the interactions between the United States and other nations and evaluate the role of the United States in world affairs.
USG.4.1 Compare and contrast governments throughout the world with the United States government in terms of source of the government’s power.

Key Terms/Topics

Democracy

Dictatorship

Monarchy


Resources

Comparing Governments



USG.4.2 Describe how different governments interact in world affairs. (Individuals, Society and Culture)

Key Terms/Topics

Trade


Diplomacy

Military actions

Treaties and agreements


USG.4.3 Analyze reasons for conflict among nations, such as competition for resources and territory, differences in ideology, and religious or ethnic conflicts.

Reasons for Conflict Between Nations



USG.4.4 Provide examples of governmental and non-governmental international organizations and explain their role in international affairs.

Key Terms/Topics

The United Nations

The International Red Cross

Catholic Relief Services



Resources

United Nations Research Guide

ICRC Resource Centre

CRS Resource Library




USG.4.5 Analyze powers the United States Constitution gives to the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government in the area of foreign affairs.

An Understanding of the Constitution’s Foreign Affairs Power



USG.4.6 Identify and describe strategies available to the United States government to achieve foreign policy objectives. (Economics; Geography; History; Individuals, Society and Culture)

Key Terms/Topics

Diplomatic aid

Treaties

Sanctions

Military intervention
USG.4.7 Examine the influence individuals, businesses, labor, and other organizations, interest groups, and public opinion has on United States foreign policy. (Economics)

Key Terms/Topics

Corporate lobbyists

Unions

Citizen groups



Media

World institutions


USG.4.8 Identify and explain world issues, including political, cultural, demographic, economic and environmental challenges that affect the United States foreign policy in specific regions of the world. .

Key Terms/Topics

Immigration

Global climate change

Terrorism

Ethnic cleansing
USG.4.9 Discuss specific foreign policy issues that impact local community and state interests. (Economics; Individuals, Society and Culture)




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