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ESPM 50 - Final exam review sheet - F_10

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ESPM 50: Final exam review – Unit IV Fall 2010 The final exam primarily addresses material from Unit IV. But it is cumulative, and you are responsible for material from other units. The exam is 20% of your final grade, and you will have three hours to complete it. The format is as follows: 1 short answer question (two choices) 1 essay question (two choices) Extra credit questions Key themes : Immigration: push, pull, means, demography Federal, state, local policy: immigration/naturalization; civil rights; property rights; etc. America’s “errand into the wilderness” Capitalist mode of production: labor, race and capital Divide and control strategies Social construction of the Other Cultural identity / heritage / networks Socioeconomic mobility: wage labor and entrepreneurship Niche production Immigration Rural migration Sojourn / Settlement Chain migration Chinese and Japanese: push, pull, means
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