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### FINAL_EXAM_STUDY_GUIDE-1

Course: GLOBAL STU glbl 1, Winter 2007
School: UCSB
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THIS SHOULD SERVE AS A GUIDE TO STUDY FOR THE FINAL EXAM. STUDY CAREFULLY FROM YOUR LECTURE NOTES AS WELL AS FROM THE RELEVANT PARTS OF ARTICLES AND SECTION DISCUSSIONS. THE EXAM WILL BE MULTIPLE CHOICE AND WILL HAVE 1-8 QUESTIONS ON EACH SECTION/LECTURE, FOR A TOTAL OF 100 QUESTIONS. YOU SHOULD KNOW THE CONCEPTS AS WELL AS THE AUTHORS THROUGH WHICH WE HAVE DISCUSSED THEM. IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHORS...

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