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Running head: HISTORY QUESTIONS WITH INTERNET RESOURCES TODAY 1 History Questions with Internet Resources Today
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HISTORY QUESTIONS WITH INTERNET RESOURCES TODAY 2 History Questions with Internet Resources Today What I hope to discover through my research would be what the civilization was like in historical literature and in the modern social science. Germany developed many things in the nineteenth century and I would want to discover who else developed many things then too. I would want to discover what designated civilization in the social society of today, and what they developed also. There are many other things that would be helpful to discover, but what I am looking at would be things having to do with civilizations and what we gained, and what we have lost in the process. These are the questions that I am going to answer and learn from: 1. What account for the initial breakthroughs to civilizations and how different were they at first from each other? What distinguished civilizations from other forms of human community? 2. What social inequalities were expressed in early civilization and why were they initially targeted? 3. In the development of the First Civilizations, what was gained for humankind, and what was the lost? One of the breakthroughs that I thought of was the wheel. Before everyone was
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course PSY 201 taught by Professor Richardkirkmiller during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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