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Study Guide for the AMS 10 Final: If you have been coming to class, doing the reading and preparing for sections, there is absolutely no need to consult anything outside of the course materials (lectures, discussion sections, and readings) to do well. Please bring an exam book - size of your choice. The format of the final will be as follows: 2 concept explanations (30 points), 2 reading concept explanations (30 points), and 1 essay (40 points). o The Concept Explanation  should be a well-developed paragraph that defines the  concept, explains its significance within the context of the class, and  cites one example   of how it works. In order to fully define the concept, you MAY need to include relevant  year or contextual information, or identify the author, guest speaker, and/or video  associated with the term within the context of this class. o The Reading Concept Identification  should explain: what  the quote means why  it is significant to the author’s broader argument in that chapter/article, and how  it relates to our class. o Please note that as this final is cumulative, and any of the concept identifications and reading concept identifications from your midterm study guide can appear on the final . Concept explanations: 1. Globalization 2. Enlightened sexism 3. Colorblind racism 4. Neoliberalism 5. Self-made man 6. Social model/medical model of disability Reading concept explanations: 1. Douglas Baynton: “Thus, while disabled people can be considered one of the minority groups historically assigned inferior status and subjected to discrimination, disability has functioned for all such groups as a sign of and justification of inferiority” (34).
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