History 143 Study Guide
s.What processes in the early 1990s led directly to the process of globalization? What have been
key markers of globalization since the 1990s?
Free trade: GATT (Global Agreement of Tariffs and Trade (1947) and WTO
Chapter 23 notes
The Quest for political stability
13 and 14 century
Yuan dynasty (1279-1368)
Ming Dynasty (1368-1396) Hongwu (1368-1398) founder of Ming
Mandarins, imperial officers
Capital from Nanjing to Beijing *
Define nationalism in India.
Followed in the footsteps of Japan,
Focused on gaining independence from British rule
Hard b/c differences b/t Hindus and Muslims
What was the Indian National Congress?
Founded in 1885
At first stressed collaboration with the
Define Imperialism. What motivated European countries to embark on imperial quests?
Domination over subject lands in a larger world
Formal= military conquest
Informal imperialism= domination of trade, investment, for political control
Feminism Notes Research Paper
Topic: Victorias Secret franchise.
Feminist theory: What is it as a rhetorical method?
Intentions of Feminist Criticism according to Goel are:
* To unfold and widen the female tradition of writing
* To i
I had the privilege of attending a Canadian Brass concert Monday, September
twenty fourth, at seven P.M. in Calvin Colleges own Covenant Fine Arts Center. Canadian
Brass, as the name hints, is a world-renowned brass quintet
Literature 210 Final Review Sheet
Came out of the second Great Awakening,
Unitarian, great faith in moral sentiment and intuition than revealed in religion.
a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature
Structure and Function of the Nervous System
A. Peripheral nervous system nerves and ganglia
1. Sensory nerves gather information
2. Motor nerves action based off of sensory and interneurons
a. somatic skeletal muscles
b. autonomic nervous
The Structure and Function of Neurons (nerve cells)
I. The neuron
A. cell body contains the nucleus as well as other organelles
B. dendrites short extensions that receive signals from the sensory receptors or
C. axon conducts the nerve impul
The physiology of skeletal muscle
I. Muscles and movement of joints
A. ligaments and tendons
Ligaments- attach bones to bones
Tendons- connective tissue, attach muscle to bones
B. A muscle can only contract.
Joints move due to the contraction of muscles