In Civilization 5, when you conquer a city, you have a few options:
- Annex the city, it becomes a normal part of your Civ.
- Make the city a puppet.
- Raze the city, destroying it. (Only an option for non-capitals)
- Liberate the city, returning it to whoever first owned it. (If it had a previous owner)
Making a city a puppet makes it a partial member of your civ: it produces gold, science, culture, but you do not control what it produces, nor does it lower your happiness as much as normal.
So, when the city is a puppet, is it affected by any of the following?
- Your civilization's social policies
- Your civilization's golden ages
- Your civilization's World Wonders
- Your civilization's special trait
- Any other civilization wide effects
Finding this out is difficult, because when the city is a puppet you can not even look at the city screen to see what the citizens are working!
For a very concrete example, one of the social policies gives +production to each city. Do puppet cities get this extra production?