Midterm Exam List
[Ryle Chs. 1-4, 7; NYTimes article; use G.O. for terms and examples]
Androcentrism:The belief that masculinity and what men do in our culture is superior to
femininity and what women do
Appearance Norms-This type of norm informs o
Voting and Forecasting Government Policies
Women, older people, those who perceive there being higher stakes
Roughly 10 million more women vote than men b/c women
have higher stakes:think about children, think about family,etc.
Flourishing Assessment Study Guide
Tips for the Final
1. Review the first few chapters of The Jesuit Guide to Almost Everything (Ch 1-3; basically
discusses importance of Jesuit values)
2. Review Seligmans Flourish
3. When in doubt, relate it to flourishi
Creating/Developing New Products
What is a new product? from a marketing perspective, new is anything a customer
perceives as new different ex:really new products, new brands, new styles, new features, new
Types of innovations (continuous,
Everything You Have to Know (Besides the Pictures):
Chapter 8: Earth Systems
What is soil?
Soil is formed from rocks and decaying plants and animals.
Topsoil is the most productive soil layer.
Soil has varying amounts of organic matter (living and dea
Final Exam List
[Ryle Chs. 5, 6, 8-11; Gender Outlaws; Learning From Drag Queens]
MEgan MAsterson <3
Cisgender-describes related types of gender identity perceptions, where individuals'
experiences of their own gender agree with the sex they were assigne
Study Questions for Exam 2, Fall 2016
Please remember to use your class readings when answering the following study
questions. Where relevant, think which readings and/or videos would illustrate your
Please be prepared to analyze all the topics we
LECTURE 1: Do Races Exist? (See Marger, Chapters 1 and 3)
I. Is race a scientifically valid concept?
A. Anthropologist Ashley Montague calls this Mans Most Dangerous Myth(in 1942 book)
1. Says concept promotes damaging stereotypes, but has no validity
Professor: Brendan Hill
This course is designed to be an upper-division seminar exploring the construction,
destruction and evolution not only of empires, but also of the ways in which historians
and social sc
Week 3 Learning Objectives:
After studying Chapters 9-13 of the Marger text, you should be able to:
Distinguish the major white groups in American society
Discuss their growing assimilation into the social mainstream and the declining
levels of prejudice