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Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business Chapter 10 Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business True / False Questions 1. Ecology is the study of how living things - plants and animals - interact with one another in an ecosystem. True False 2. A commons is a shared resource, such as land, air or water that a group of people uses collectively. True False 3. The paradox of...

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10 Chapter - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business Chapter 10 Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business True / False Questions 1. Ecology is the study of how living things - plants and animals - interact with one another in an ecosystem. True False 2. A commons is a shared resource, such as land, air or water that a group of people uses collectively. True False 3. The paradox of the commons is that if all individuals attempt to maximize their own private advantage in the short term, the commons will still remain productive in the long run. True False 4. Sustainable development is an appealing idea but also a very controversial one. True False 5. Land, even when properly cared for, is not a renewable resource. True False 6. Human society used 60 times as much energy in the late 20th century as it did in 1860, when industrialization was in its early stages. True False 7. About 20 percent of the world's people have incomes below the international poverty line. True False 10-1 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 8. The world's income is distributed equally among nations. True False 9. The world's natural resource base - the air, water, soil, minerals, and so forth -- is essentially finite, or bounded. True False 10. In 2000, a group of nations negotiated the Montreal Protocol, agreeing to increase CFC production and use by 50 percent by 2020. True False 11. Deforestation - cutting down and not replacing trees - contributes to global warming. True False 12. Biodiversity refers to the number and variety of species that have become extinct. True False 13. Rain forest destruction is controversial because these environments are more valuable cut down than standing. True False 14. Life-cycle analysis involves collecting information on the lifelong environmental impact of a product, all the way from extraction of raw material, to manufacturing, to its distribution, use and ultimate disposal. True False 10-2 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 15. Sustainable development will require technology cooperation through long-term partnerships between companies in developed and developing countries to transfer environmental technologies. True False Multiple Choice Questions 16. In which year was the first World Summit on Sustainable Development held? A. 1982. B. 1985. C. 1990. D. 1992. 17. The study of how living things interact with one another in a unified natural system is called: A. Anthropology. B. Zoology. C. Ecology. D. Socio-biology. 18. Depletion of the ozone layer, destruction of the rain forests, and species extinctions all have an impact on: A. All of society. B. A particular region. C. A particular nation. D. Only developing countries. 10-3 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 19. A shared resource, such as land, air, or water, that a group of people uses collectively is a(n): A. Economic village. B. Collective resource. C. Global unification. D. Commons. 20. A new imperative for governments, businesses and society is to: A. Preserve the global commons and assure its continued use. B. Assure fair access to the global commons for all individuals. C. Equalize the usage of the global commons among all nations of the world. D. Avoid the use of the global commons in order to preserve it for future use. 21. Who was quoted as saying, "We now face the ultimate management challenge, that of managing our own future as a species?" A. Clarence Thomas. B. Maurice Strong. C. Strom Thurmond. D. Bill Clinton. 22. Sustainable development: A. Meets the needs of the present while compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. B. Gives precedence to environmental over economic considerations. C. Balances economic and environmental considerations. D. Gives precedence to present needs over future needs. 23. The core idea(s) of sustainable development is (are): A. Economic development must be accomplished sustainably. B. Poverty is an underlying cause of environmental degradation. C. Affluence is an underlying cause of environmental degradation. D. Both A and B, but not C. 10-4 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 24. An attempt to apply the concept of sustainable development has been made by an initiative called The Natural Step, was created in which country? A. Brazil. B. Denmark. C. Sweden. D. Switzerland. 25. Which of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource? A. Coal. B. Fresh water. C. Timber. D. Fish. 26. With respect to fresh water, according to one estimate, if it were possible to eliminate pollution, capture all available fresh water, and distribute fresh water equitably: A. Demand would exceed supply within a hundred years. B. There would be a balance between demand and supply within a hundred years. C. Supply would exceed demand within a hundred years. D. None of the above. 27. Which of the following statements is not true about arable land? A. It is a nonrenewable resource. B. Over half of the irrigated lands in developing countries have been salinized. C. Poor farming practices have caused arable lands to turn into deserts. D. Agricultural chemicals have contaminated most of the arable lands. 28. Which of the following statements is not true about the population? A. The world population will peak at over 11 billion people around the year 2100. B. For many thousands of years, population growth was gradual. C. Industrial production would have to quintuple over the next 40 years in order to maintain the same living standard that people have now, given expected population growth. D. Just 10,000 years ago, the earth was home to no more than 1 million humans, scattered in small settlements. 10-5 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 29. Why is inequality an environmental problem? A. People in the richest countries consume many natural resources. B. People in the poorest countries often misuse natural resources. C. People in the richest countries have strong environmental values. D. Both A and B, but not C. 30. Industrialization is often accompanied by: A. Increasing population growth. B. Greatly decreased crop yields. C. Rising incomes, bringing higher rates of both consumption and waste. D. Decreasing incomes, bringing rates of both consumption and waste. 31. The amount of land and water a human population needs to produce the resources it consumes and to absorb its wastes given prevailing technology is called: A. Ecological footprint. B. Technological innovation. C. Sustainable development. D. Consumption footprint. 32. A thin layer of gas that protects the earth from excessive ultraviolet radiation from the sun is: A. Ozone. B. Carbon dioxide. C. Methane. D. Oxygen. 33. Which of the following statements is true about the Montreal Protocol? A. It is an agreement among nations to cut CFC production and use by fifty percent by 1996. B. The deadline for completely phasing out the manufacture of CFCs has been delayed over and over. C. The deadline for phasing out CFCs in developing countries is 2010. D. India and China were leaders in the support of the CFC ban. 10-6 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 34. Which of the following statements is (are) true about global warming? A. The earth has already warmed by between 0.6 and 0.9 degrees Celsius over the past century. B. Burning fossil fuels is the leading contributor of global warming. C. The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has increased by as much as 25 percent since the Industrial Revolution. D. All of the above. 35. Which of the following countries has not ratified the Kyoto Protocol? A. Germany. B. France. C. United States. D. United Kingdom. 36. According to eminent biologist Edward O. Wilson, the costs of decreasing biodiversity include: A. Every species extinction diminishes humanity. B. Species diversity is one of the planet's most important and irreplaceable resources. C. The capacity for natural genetic regeneration reduces with extermination of species. D. All of the above. 37. Which of the following is not true about rain forests? A. They are the planet's richest areas in terms of biological diversity. B. They will be severely depleted within the next 8 years. C. They account for about 7 percent of the earth's surface. D. They account for somewhere between 40 to 75 percent of the earth's species. 38. Reasons for the destruction of rain forests include: A. Commercial logging. B. Cattle ranching. C. Conversion of forests to plantations. D. All of the above. 10-7 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 39. The commitments of the Convention on Biological Diversity include: A. Developing national conservation strategies. B. Eliminating CFC production. C. Population control education. D. Massive irrigation projects in developing countries. 40. The goal of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development is to encourage: A. High standards of environmental management and to promote closer cooperation among businesses, governments, and other organizations. B. World political and business leaders to conserve the earth's biological resources, particularly in species-rich tropical forests. C. Poorer countries to develop their economies in an environmentally sustainable way. D. Cut CFC production and use by 50 percent by 2010. 41. Which of the following statements is not true about eco-efficiency? A. Eco-efficient companies are those that add the most value with the least use of resources and pollution. B. Prices for eco-efficient products reflect the true cost of environmental as well as other resources. C. Eco-efficiency is only possible in the presence of open and competitive markets. D. Prices for eco-efficient products reflect highly inflated costs of environmental resources. 42. Life-cycle analysis involves: A. Accurately recording the production costs at each stage of a product's life cycle. B. Collecting information regarding the lifelong environmental impact of a product, from extraction to disposal. C. Reducing recycling costs for disposable products. D. Increasing productivity while improving the environment. 10-8 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 43. Which of the following is an example of industrial ecology in practice? A. Developing a paper recycling program in business offices. B. Using wastes from one process as raw materials for another process. C. Manufacturing recyclable containers for products. D. All of the above. 44. Which of the following illustrates the idea of sustainable development through technological cooperation? A. Worldwide conferences to encourage developing countries to invest in technological joint ventures with other developing countries. B. The development of long-term partnerships between companies in developed and developing countries to transfer environmental technologies. C. Advanced countries developing and selling at a profit environment technologies to developing countries. D. All countries developing their own environmental technology in order to solve their own problems. 45. The most successful global businesses in coming years will be those companies that: A. Develop short-term partnerships between companies in developing countries to transfer environmental technologies. B. Recognize the imperative for sustainable development as an opportunity both for competitive advantage and ethical action. C. Avoid fully accounting environmental costs in calculating measures of production such as the gross domestic product (GDP). D. Produce products with a limited useful life. 10-9 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business Short Answer Questions 46. Identify a business with which you are familiar. What steps could this business take to manage more sustainably? 47. Identify and explain three major threats to the earth's ecosystem as described in the textbook. How will these threats accelerate the ecological crisis? 48. Three critical factors have combined to accelerate the ecological crisis facing the world community and to make sustainable development more difficult. Explain and discuss these three factors. 49. What is meant by the Earth's carrying capacity? How can it be measured? Discuss the changes that need to be made in order to bring the Earth's carry capacity back into balance. 10-10 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 50. What defines an environmental problem that is inherently global in scope? Discuss in detail two of the four global problems outlined in the textbook that will have major consequences for business and society. 51. Discuss some of the voluntary initiatives undertaken by businesses around the world in order to incorporate sustainable development into their every day business practices. 52. Do you believe economic development (industrialization) helps or hurts the environment? Why? 10-11 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business Chapter 10 Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business Answer Key True / False Questions 1. (p. 222) Ecology is the study of how living things - plants and animals - interact with one another in an ecosystem. TRUE 2. (p. 222) A commons is a shared resource, such as land, air or water that a group of people uses collectively. TRUE 3. (p. 222) The paradox of the commons is that if all individuals attempt to maximize their own private advantage in the short term, the commons will still remain productive in the long run. FALSE 4. (p. 223) Sustainable development is an appealing but idea also a very controversial one. TRUE 5. (p. 223) Land, even when properly cared for, is not a renewable resource. FALSE 6. (p. 225) Human society used 60 times as much energy in the late 20th century as it did in 1860, when industrialization was in its early stages. TRUE 10-12 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 7. (p. 226) About 20 percent of the world's people have incomes below the international poverty line. FALSE 8. (p. 227) The world's income is distributed equally among nations. FALSE 9. (p. 228) The world's natural resource base - the air, water, soil, minerals, and so forth -- is essentially finite, or bounded. TRUE 10. (p. 230) In 2000, a group of nations negotiated the Montreal Protocol, agreeing to increase CFC production and use by 50 percent by 2020. FALSE 11. (p. 232) Deforestation - cutting down and not replacing trees - contributes to global warming. TRUE 12. (p. 234) Biodiversity refers to the number and variety of species that have become extinct. FALSE 13. (p. 235) Rain forest destruction is controversial because these environments are more valuable cut down than standing. FALSE 10-13 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 14. (p. 237) Life-cycle analysis involves collecting information on the lifelong environmental impact of a product, all the way from extraction of raw material, to manufacturing, to its distribution, use and ultimate disposal. TRUE 15. (p. 238) Sustainable development will require technology cooperation through long-term partnerships between companies in developed and developing countries to transfer environmental technologies. TRUE Multiple Choice Questions 16. (p. 221) In which year was the first World Summit on Sustainable Development held? A. 1982. B. 1985. C. 1990. D. 1992. Difficulty: Medium 17. (p. 222) The study of how living things interact with one another in a unified natural system is called: A. Anthropology. B. Zoology. C. Ecology. D. Socio-biology. Difficulty: Easy 10-14 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 18. (p. 222) Depletion of the ozone layer, destruction of the rain forests, and species extinctions all have an impact on: A. All of society. B. A particular region. C. A particular nation. D. Only developing countries. Difficulty: Easy 19. (p. 222) A shared resource, such as land, air, or water, that a group of people uses collectively is a(n): A. Economic village. B. Collective resource. C. Global unification. D. Commons. Difficulty: Medium 20. (p. 222) A new imperative for governments, businesses and society is to: A. Preserve the global commons and assure its continued use. B. Assure fair access to the global commons for all individuals. C. Equalize the usage of the global commons among all nations of the world. D. Avoid the use of the global commons in order to preserve it for future use. Difficulty: Hard 21. (p. 222) Who was quoted as saying, "We now face the ultimate management challenge, that of managing our own future as a species?" A. Clarence Thomas. B. Maurice Strong. C. Strom Thurmond. D. Bill Clinton. Difficulty: Medium 10-15 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 22. (p. 223) Sustainable development: A. Meets the needs of the present while compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. B. Gives precedence to environmental over economic considerations. C. Balances economic and environmental considerations. D. Gives precedence to present needs over future needs. Difficulty: Hard 23. (p. 223) The core idea(s) of sustainable development is (are): A. Economic development must be accomplished sustainably. B. Poverty is an underlying cause of environmental degradation. C. Affluence is an underlying cause of environmental degradation. D. Both A and B, but not C. Difficulty: Medium 24. (p. 223) An attempt to apply the concept of sustainable development has been made by an initiative called The Natural Step, was created in which country? A. Brazil. B. Denmark. C. Sweden. D. Switzerland. Difficulty: Medium 25. (p. 223) Which of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource? A. Coal. B. Fresh water. C. Timber. D. Fish. Difficulty: Easy 10-16 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 26. (p. 224) With respect to fresh water, according to one estimate, if it were possible to eliminate pollution, capture all available fresh water, and distribute fresh water equitably: A. Demand would exceed supply within a hundred years. B. There would be a balance between demand and supply within a hundred years. C. Supply would exceed demand within a hundred years. D. None of the above. Difficulty: Hard 27. (p. 225) Which of the following statements is not true about arable land? A. It is a nonrenewable resource. B. Over half of the irrigated lands in developing countries have been salinized. C. Poor farming practices have caused arable lands to turn into deserts. D. Agricultural chemicals have contaminated most of the arable lands. Difficulty: Medium 28. (p. 225 - 226) Which of the following statements is not true about the population? A. The world population will peak at over 11 billion people around the year 2100. B. For many thousands of years, population growth was gradual. C. Industrial production would have to quintuple over the next 40 years in order to maintain the same living standard that people have now, given expected population growth. D. Just 10,000 years ago, the earth was home to no more than 1 million humans, scattered in small settlements. Difficulty: Medium 29. (p. 227) Why is inequality an environmental problem? A. People in the richest countries consume many natural resources. B. People in the poorest countries often misuse natural resources. C. People in the richest countries have strong environmental values. D. Both A and B, but not C. Difficulty: Medium 10-17 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 30. (p. 228) Industrialization is often accompanied by: A. Increasing population growth. B. Greatly decreased crop yields. C. Rising incomes, bringing higher rates of both consumption and waste. D. Decreasing incomes, bringing rates of both consumption and waste. Difficulty: Medium 31. (p. 228) The amount of land and water a human population needs to produce the resources it consumes and to absorb its wastes given prevailing technology is called: A. Ecological footprint. B. Technological innovation. C. Sustainable development. D. Consumption footprint. Difficulty: Hard 32. (p. 230) A thin layer of gas that protects the earth from excessive ultraviolet radiation from the sun is: A. Ozone. B. Carbon dioxide. C. Methane. D. Oxygen. Difficulty: Easy 33. (p. 230 - 231) Which of the following statements is true about the Montreal Protocol? A. It is an agreement among nations to cut CFC production and use by fifty percent by 1996. B. The deadline for completely phasing out the manufacture of CFCs has been delayed over and over. C. The deadline for phasing out CFCs in developing countries is 2010. D. India and China were leaders in the support of the CFC ban. Difficulty: Hard 10-18 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 34. (p. 231) Which of the following statements is (are) true about global warming? A. The earth has already warmed by between 0.6 and 0.9 degrees Celsius over the past century. B. Burning fossil fuels is the leading contributor of global warming. C. The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere has increased by as much as 25 percent since the Industrial Revolution. D. All of the above. Difficulty: Medium 35. (p. 233) Which of the following countries has not ratified the Kyoto Protocol? A. Germany. B. France. C. United States. D. United Kingdom. Difficulty: Medium 36. (p. 234) According to eminent biologist Edward O. Wilson, the costs of decreasing biodiversity include: A. Every species extinction diminishes humanity. B. Species diversity is one of the planet's most important and irreplaceable resources. C. The capacity for natural genetic regeneration reduces with extermination of species. D. All of the above. Difficulty: Medium 37. (p. 234 - 235) Which of the following is not true about rain forests? A. They are the planet's richest areas in terms of biological diversity. B. They will be severely depleted within the next 8 years. C. They account for about 7 percent of the earth's surface. D. They account for somewhere between 40 to 75 percent of the earth's species. Difficulty: Hard 10-19 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 38. (p. 235) Reasons for the destruction of rain forests include: A. Commercial logging. B. Cattle ranching. C. Conversion of forests to plantations. D. All of the above. Difficulty: Medium 39. (p. 235) The commitments of the Convention on Biological Diversity include: A. Developing national conservation strategies. B. Eliminating CFC production. C. Population control education. D. Massive irrigation projects in developing countries. Difficulty: Medium 40. (p. 236) The goal of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development is to encourage: A. High standards of environmental management and to promote closer cooperation among businesses, governments, and other organizations. B. World political and business leaders to conserve the earth's biological resources, particularly in species-rich tropical forests. C. Poorer countries to develop their economies in an environmentally sustainable way. D. Cut CFC production and use by 50 percent by 2010. Difficulty: Medium 10-20 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 41. (p. 237) Which of the following statements is not true about eco-efficiency? A. Eco-efficient companies are those that add the most value with the least use of resources and pollution. B. Prices for eco-efficient products reflect the true cost of environmental as well as other resources. C. Eco-efficiency is only possible in the presence of open and competitive markets. D. Prices for eco-efficient products reflect highly inflated costs of environmental resources. Difficulty: Medium 42. (p. 237) Life-cycle analysis involves: A. Accurately recording the production costs at each stage of a product's life cycle. B. Collecting information regarding the lifelong environmental impact of a product, from extraction to disposal. C. Reducing recycling costs for disposable products. D. Increasing productivity while improving the environment. Difficulty: Hard 43. (p. 237) Which of the following is an example of industrial ecology in practice? A. Developing a paper recycling program in business offices. B. Using wastes from one process as raw materials for another process. C. Manufacturing recyclable containers for products. D. All of the above. Difficulty: Medium 10-21 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 44. (p. 238) Which of the following illustrates the idea of sustainable development through technological cooperation? A. Worldwide conferences to encourage developing countries to invest in technological joint ventures with other developing countries. B. The development of long-term partnerships between companies in developed and developing countries to transfer environmental technologies. C. Advanced countries developing and selling at a profit environment technologies to developing countries. D. All countries developing their own environmental technology in order to solve their own problems. Difficulty: Hard 45. (p. 240) The most successful global businesses in coming years will be those companies that: A. Develop short-term partnerships between companies in developing countries to transfer environmental technologies. B. Recognize the imperative for sustainable development as an opportunity both for competitive advantage and ethical action. C. Avoid fully accounting environmental costs in calculating measures of production such as the gross domestic product (GDP). D. Produce products with a limited useful life. Difficulty: Medium 10-22 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business Short Answer Questions 46. (p. 223 - 224) Identify a business with which you are familiar. What steps could this business take to manage more sustainably? Answers will vary 47. (p. 223 - 225) Identify and explain three major threats to the earth's ecosystem as described in the textbook. How will these threats accelerate the ecological crisis? Answers will vary 48. (p. 225 - 228) Three critical factors have combined to accelerate the ecological crisis facing the world community and to make sustainable development more difficult. Explain and discuss these three factors. Answers will vary 49. (p. 228 - 230) What is meant by the Earth's carrying capacity? How can it be measured? Discuss the changes that need to be made in order to bring the Earth's carry capacity back into balance. Answers will vary 50. (p. 230 - 236) What defines an environmental problem that is inherently global in scope? Discuss in detail two of the four global problems outlined in the textbook that will have major consequences for business and society. Answers will vary 10-23 Chapter 10 - Ecology and Sustainable Development in Global Business 51. (p. 236 - 240) Discuss some of the voluntary initiatives undertaken by businesses around the world in order to incorporate sustainable development into their every day business practices. Answers will vary 52. (p. 236 - 240) Do you believe economic development (industrialization) helps or hurts the environment? Why? Answers will vary 10-24

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Ichthyology4-16-12Ryan SchumanPectoral Fin Locomotion:Undulation and Oscillation as a Means of Propulsion in AcanthopterygianFishes and Rajiform Fishes.The purpose of this paper is to delve into the various forms of pectoral finlocomotion used by v
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Fisheries Resources and Diversity LaboratoryAquatic organisms that are managed as fisheries resources represent an enormous piece of globalbiodiversity. They can range from plants (like wakame algae) to invertebrates (e.g. crabs, clams,etc.) to fish. F
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1Swordfish Biology:Physical CharacteristicsThe broadbill swordfish (Xiphias gladius) is the only member of the family Xiphiidae.The most distinct feature of the animal is the long, flattened bill that is roughly one third of thetotal body length of t
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Ryan Schuman, Bio:310Terrestrial and Aquatic Faunal Diversity at Harlow Creek.Introduction:The purpose of the experiment was to determine the faunal diversity of a section ofHarlow Creek and the surrounding riparian and upland forest. The site is loca
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Statistics HWBio 310Ryan Schuman1. Define what type of data was collected for each station.a. Tree Cores: Paired data/ dependent, intervalb. Class height: independent datac. Shoe size/foot length: dependent/paired datad. Pipetting: independent data
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Site Overview for Harlow Creek Study Area.Ryan Schuman9-29-12Introduction:The goal of the time spent in the field was to gather pertinent geographical informationand sufficient measurements of the study are to create a map and create a generalcharac
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Ryan Schuman 10-22-12Introduction:The purpose of this study was to determine the presence of floral species in both uplandand lowland areas of the study site at Harlow Creek. The study site is located seven miles Westof Marquette, MI. A comparison of
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AIMRAD FormatAIMRAD format just means Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results AndDiscussion. So, your paper should include each of these sections. Double space thewhole thing. When you read published papers, you will notice that they are
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blackeyedpeasday18:59whatiscommunication?Communication:theprocessofcreatingmeaningthroughsymbolicinteraction;shared, symbolic,process,humanCommunicationSharedSymbolicProcessHumanProcessTransactionalmodelofcommunicationSenderandreceiverIdea/co
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EXAM II REVIEWThis Guide is just a general guide. You are responsible for all of the material in theLectures for the second half of the semester, the Text Quizzes for the second half,and the Films from the second half.Wrightsman: Chapters 2, 4, 9, 11,
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Exam I Review SheetThe review is meant to help you focus on parts of the lectures, however do not just studythe review sheets, remember to study the quizzes, book, and slides as well!Wrightsman: Chapters 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 13Know all your quizzes o
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CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #9 (M Sep 24): Structures and Nomenclature for Organic CompoundsObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 4-E: Name simple organic compounds from their chemical formulas andwrite chem
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history17:37Forensic:inthelegalformHistoryoftheforensicpsychologyindustry Threekindsofliars Forensicpsychologistshavebeentakingthewitnesschairforsome100to 150years,dependingonthekindofpsychologyyouarelookingatBasicguidelineforallexperttestimonywast
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CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #10 (W Sep 26): Intermolecular Forces; Bonding in MetalsObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 5-A: Relate different types of intermolecular forces to the structure ofmoleculesKey
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Lecture 11 - CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #11 (Th Sep 27): Phase Diagrams; Properties of Liquids & SolidsObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 5-C: Interpret the pressure-temperature phase diagram for a typica
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Outline 1: IntroductionI. Defining PersonalityA. psychological triad (combination of how people think, feel, and behave)B. Important points1. Personality is considered relatively consistent2. Emphasis on internal processesII. Goals of personality ps
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Lecture 12 - CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #12 (M Oct 1): Structure of Crystalline SolidsObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 6-A: Relate composition, atomic radius, unit cell dimensions, and densityfor cryst
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Chapter12aftertest204:25ObjectRelationsTheory:KleinandWinnicottThemostimportantpartoflife,thesourceofitspleasureandpain,isprobably relationshipsInpsychoanalyticterms,emotionallyimportantpeoplearecalled objects,andtheanalysisofinterpersonalrelationsh
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Lecture 14 - CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #14 (W Oct 10): Mixtures of Gases and SolutionsObjectives for Todays LectureOver the past few lectures we have considered properties of pure substances. Today we begin to
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Chapter10:BasicsofPsychoanalysis15:13Theaimofthepsychoanalyticapproachistofigureoutwhatgoesonintheunconscious recessesofthehumanmindTheKeyIdeasofPsychoanalysisThefoundationofpsychoanalysisismadeupoffourideasPsychicdeterminismInternalstructurePsych
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Lecture 15 - CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #15 (Th Oct 11): Colligative Properties; Balancing Chemical EquationsObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 6-F: Evaluate the colligative properties of dilute solutions
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psychdiscussionnotes15:16DreamslatentcontentunderlyingmessageneedsanalysisManifestcontentASPECTSOFDREAMWORKDistortionthingsarentastheyappearCondensationonepersonsymbolizesabunchofdifferentpeople.Displacementhaveanemotiontowardssomethingandyouhavet
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Lecture 16 - CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #16 (M Oct 15):Stoichiometry, Limiting Reactants, and Yields of ProductsObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 7-B: Given the mass of a reactant or product in a chemic
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Chapter1:TheStudyofthePerson23:37oPsychologicaltriad:thecombinationofhowpeoplethink,feel,andbehaveo Inconsistenciesbetweenthoughts,feelings,andbehaviorarecommonenoughto makeussuspectthatthemindisnotasimpleplaceandunderstandingyourselfis notnecessari
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Lecture 17CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #17 (W Oct 17): Precipitation Reactions;Energy Transfer Associated with P-V WorkObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 7-E: Predict the outcome of simple precipitation r
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Psych first mid-term outline of notes from class.I. The Selfa. Spotlight effectb. Illusion of transparencyc. Self concept:c.i. I am _.c.i.1.Individual selfc.i.2.Social selfc.i.3.Collective self (culture)c.i.4.Contains possible selves: who you
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CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #18 (Th Oct 18): Heat and the First LawObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 8-A: Give a physical interpretation to the concept of heat and relate thechange in temperature of a gi
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Outline of Notes Taken in Social Psych Class for Second Mid-termI. AttitudesA. AffectB. EmotionC. Behavioral TendenciesII. Ways to measure attitudesA. Self reportB. Semantic differentialIII. Why we have attitudesA. Knowledge organization/regulati
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CHEM 1151 General Chemistry for EngineersFall 2012Notes for Lecture #19 (W Oct 24):Heat Transfer Among Multiple Substances and in Phase ChangesObjectives for Todays LectureKey Concept 8-C: Find the final temperature reached when multiple substances a
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Aq2Psychology Exam #3 Notes OutlineAka ProcrastinationI. Stereotyping and Prejudicea. Sources of Stereotyping and Prejudicea.i. Cognitivea.i.1.Categorizationa.i.2.Distinctivenessa.i.2.a.Vivid casesavailability heuristica.i.2.b.Distinctive peop
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Sociology notes.super duper!January 31, 2012John Maynard KeynesGeneral theory of employment, interest, and money (1936)Fredrick van HAYECKThe road to serfdom (1944)Lenin did not immediately abolish all private capital. Thatwas Stalin. Made a comman
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Lecture 20: Energy Flow in Reactions Fall 2012Notes for Lecture #20 (Th Oct 25): Energy Flow in ReactionsObjectives for Todays LectureToday we examine descriptions for energy changes associated with reactions. We will identifythat these changes common