SOA EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE

SOA EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE - Study Guide for American Family,...

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Study Guide for American Family, Spring 2011, with Dr. Maria Schmeeckle Exam 2 consists of 50 multiple choice questions (2 points each). There is one bonus question. There are items from class presentations from 2/8 up through 3/15. As for readings, you’ll need to study Obama’s Dreams from my Father book up to page 295 (end of Chapter 14). 8 exam items have been modified from student-submitted questions. The remaining questions have been written by Maria and the teaching assistants. General advice To do well, you will need to have a strong familiarity with the book (beyond what was reinforced in class) as well as class presentations from each class meeting. You need to be able to assess carefully all the possible answers to the multiple choice questions, recognizing when an answer is wrong so you can eliminate it and identify the correct answer. Material Covered and additional tips for each: Presentation on the early women’s movement ~ song “Remember the Ladies” and historical artifacts that inspired it (a link to this song is posted in Blackboard) ~ key early activists, areas of activism, successes, pace of progress (what did the early activists live or not live to see) Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Susan B. Anthony was single and in the public. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was married and had children. She founded the Women’s Rights Convention in 1848. She also wrote the Declaration of Sentiments, which ; Stated the problems that should be solved for women; followed the format of the Declaration of Independent. Orphan Trains video ~ social context that led Charles Loring Brace to start the program: began in 1850's, Charles Loring Brace talked to children on the streets that were poor and hustling for money. ~how did the Orphan Trains process work? Children was given away from there parents to the Children Aid Society; They took them on trains for 3 days without stopping to the country so they could find work. ~monitoring of placements by The Children’s Aid Society: how extensive? they had a commitee to make sure they were ok. If the children didn't like it there they could come back. But most of the adoptive parents that were abusive made some children lie. The monitoring wasn't inforced and some children were stuck in abuse. ~general findings about the wellbeing of the children in the program: Some were in
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course PSY 110 taught by Professor Campbell during the Spring '08 term at Illinois State.

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