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AMST_101_Exam_1_Review--REVISED

AMST_101_Exam_1_Review--REVISED - AMST 101(Spring 2011 Exam...

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AMST 101 (Spring 2011) Exam 1 Review Sheet You will need to bring at least ONE blue book for this exam and at least ONE blue or black ink pen. I. Thesis Explanations (counts for 80% of the total exam score). Identify the thesis with appropriate evidence for the below readings. Remember to include ALL relevant sections of the thesis and provide solid evidence for each section. You must fully EXPLAIN the thesis of a given reading as if you were teaching someone who is not familiar with our class readings. You need to explain the thesis of ONE (out of a choice of two) of the following Kurashige chapters: 1,2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11. In addition, you need to explain the thesis of ONE (out of a choice of two) of the below readings. Each of the two thesis explanations is worth 40 points. Fogelson Sanchez, “Newcomers in the City of Angels” Flamming Modell Nicolaides Sides Sanchez, “’What’s Good for the Jews is Good for Boyle Heights’” II. Identifications (counts for 20% of total exam score). Identify and give the significance for race and class in Los Angeles of the
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