New Industries drove economic growth & urbanization
-Growing capitalism led to rising inequalities
-Industrialization changed how and where people worked
Few restrictions anywhere until 1914
Examples of exceptions:
-1905: Britain restric
30-40 Questions per test
Star-A large, glowing ball of gas that generates heat and light through nuclear fusion.
Planet-A moderately large obhect that orbits a star; it shines by reflected light. Planets maybe rocky, ic
1) They need to be able work year round. They can only work 2 months out of the year.
2) Dont lose sight but do not go near them. Do not take anybody on board.
3) They have seen other ships but none cared to stop and help
Terraferma (partial viewing)
The Battle of Algiers, 1966
-How does the violence escalate?
-How do Algerians organize resistance? What type of structure (as Mathieu discusses)?
-What are French & Algerian tactics?
-What role do women & children play?
-What methods does Colonel Mathieu
Chapter 3 Exercise 1
Chapter 3 Exercise 3
7) Because Reason Maker
(1) Jesse left town, taking his gang with him.
(2) Things have been a lot quieter.
9) so-Conclusion Maker
-Contemporary attitudes toward immigrants
-2008: Italy, cracking down on immigrants
-Turin and Lampedusa
-New immigration laws
-Links to Terraferma
-Death on the Mediterranean
-How does the rescue take place? Mediteranean Sea
Definition: A closed form function is one where it can be written by combining powers of x exponentials,
logarithms, radical(roots), absolute values, trig functions, etc, into one formula using addition,
subtraction, multiplication, division
1. What are you majoring in?
As of right now, my major is business without any preference as to what specific type of
major, such as marketing or accounting. I am still deciding what kind of career path I want to
follow. In fact, I am not ev
Chapter 1 Exercise 1:
1) A prime number is a number that is only divisible by one and itself. Since nine is divisible by
three, since three goes into 9 three times, nine is not considered a prime number.
2) The molecular make-up of
Chapter 15 Exercise 2 Questions 1-3
1) Ad hominem dismisser- The conclusion is adequate because Tobacco Companys goal is to make
money so they will disagree that smoking is bad for you.
2) Ad hominem dismisser- This conclusion is inadequate
21 September 2010
Credit Report Analysis
My credit is very good right now. I have a joint account with my father. I
use my credit card very little. I use it for emergencies and rare occasions. I found out I
have a revolving
Mutual Fund Analysis Assignment
Mutual Fund Name
US Bond Index
Objective of the Fund
Seeks to provide investment $11.34
results that correspond to the
total return of the bonds in
the Barclays Capit
Journal Article Review
This article was very informative about why people make rash, quick decisions. This is a
very important concept when it comes to financial situations. The article is trying to explain why
our brain acts the way it do
o Set reasonable debt limits for yourself
o Know the best sources of credit
Good uses of credit:
o For convenience
o For emergencies
o To make reservations
o To won expensive products sooner
o To take advantage of free credit
o For protection ag
Alternative Credit Report Analysis Assignment
I do not have any credit yet as of now. I am in the process of getting a credit card
currently, to receive and build my credit. As a side note, there were questions mark boxes above
the months in the first two
Chapter 1: History, Theory, and Research Strategies
Development: systematic changes in the functional capabilities of the person, what a person
is capable of doing or understanding as he or she matures.
Child Development: A field of study devoted to unde
Genetics & Individual Differences
Behavioral Geneticists: estimate the extent to which genetics contribute to individual
Female egg and male sperm both put in 23 chromosomes, which is half of what is needed. New
organism called Zygote is form
FCE 211 WEEK 1
- Relationships children have with others influence how they view the world,
themselves, and how they relate to other people.
What we will find out 1. What is the normal course of development of a child from conception through
FCE 211 Early Experience and later
1. Does early experiences have a lasting impact on childrens
2. Does early experiences have a greater impact on childrens
development than later experiences?
3. What happens if children experience dif
FCE 211 Pareting and Parent Child Relationship
1. What is good parenting?
a. To some extent it depends on what characteristics are valued for
children in a culture.
b. Dobus socialized to be competitive.
c. Zuni Indians socialized to be non-competitive.
US10 Study Guide 1
Normative Sequence: Stanley Hall & student Arnold Gesell: Founder of child-study movement.
Normative Approach: Age-related averages are computed to represent typical development.
Gaselles child-rearing advice: sensiti
1) Key concepts
a) Risk factors: characteristics of people or their contexts that are associated with
poor development outcomes
b) Protective factors: characteristics of people or their contexts that promote or
maintain healthy contexts that promote or ma
1) Major accomplishment of this period
a) Representation: the ability to represent an object or event in the mind. The child
can think about objects, people and actions that are not present.
2) Sensorimotor: Children understand objects by touching, seeing
1) Self-concept: refers to ones ideas about about ones identity, and how one is distinct
from others. It is the answer we give when we ask ourselves, who am i?
2) Self-esteem: refers to the value one places on that identity, and judgment about the
1) Prosocial Behavior: an action intended to benefit another person (e.g., helping,
sharing, cooperating, and comforting.
2) Aggressive Behavior: an action intended to harm another person
a) Instrumental Aggression: involves struggles over possessions or
1) The Macrosystem: the broadest level of the environment; the culture or subculture in
which the child and family are living.
a) Cultural context
b) Historical context
b.i) Gradual change over time (technology, life expectancy)
b.ii) Historical events (w