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Unformatted text preview: 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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