Midterm Review, SAST 063

Midterm Review, SAST 063 - SAST 063/ANTH 063/HIST 087,...

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SAST 063/ANTH 063/HIST 087, Spring 2012 Midterm Review (Midterm Exam will be Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, 3:00-4:20) Part One of the exam will be closed book. You may use answers to the journal questions (but not your lecture or reading notes) on Part Two of the exam. You are required to answer at least three of the journal question, but are welcome to write answers to as many as you’d like. Please bring your journal answers with you to the exam. You will hand them in along with Part Two of the exam. I. Identifications – Be able to identify or define each of the following terms/individuals/organizations, and give an example or specific illustration that explains its significance within world history. world systems theory core/periphery Immanual Wallerstein Janet Abu-Lughod lynchpin of 13th c. world system hinge to West hinge to East Mongol Empire/Chengis Khan Great Plague/Black Death dependency theory Andre Gunder Frank social evolutionary theory (three key sets of distinctions within) social darwinism/”survival of the fittest”/Herbert Spencer incremental change/phyletic gradualism punctuated equilibrium evolution-as-progress evolution-as-adaptation teleology unilinear evolution multilinear evolution
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course SAST 063 taught by Professor Lisamitchell during the Spring '12 term at UPenn.

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