AGR201-Final Exam study guide 2008

AGR201-Final Exam study guide 2008 - AGR 201"Communicating...

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AGR 201 “Communicating Across Cultures” Study Guide for the Final Exam Wednesday, December 17, 2008 LYNN Hall 1136 (3:30-5:30) CHAPTER 7: RELIGION Anti Catholic attitudes in the 19 th century in America Early American beliefs regarding religion States that provided alternatives to religion Denominational group exiting U.S. due to religious persecution Blasphemy Laws in the 1600 and 1700s Pennsylvania’s “Holy Experiment” The “Great Awakening” Challenges faced by the Catholic and Protestant churches following the Civil War Freedom to worship as illustrated in the Bill of Rights Anti Semitic beliefs following World War II/Holocaust Immigration and religious diversity Sectarian and secular CHAPTER 8: Rejecting Oppressive Relationships Attitudes about Diversity Prerequisite to employ nonviolent strategies for social change Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)/Boarding Schools Cultural Pluralism Melting Pot Anglo Conformity
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