An issue that involves or
affects everyone on the
planet. It requires multiple
groups in order to solve and
fix these issues.
A persons political and
social rights and the right to
Entails the power to
participate directly or
indirectly in the
The Enlightenment and Modernity
Central concepts of the Enlightenment
1. Reason - reason and rationality as ways of organizing knowledge, tempered by experience and
2. Progress - the natural and social condition of humans could be imp
1. Cambodia and Laos have a water dispute over
a. The Mekong River.
b. The Ganges River.
c. The Nile River.
d. The Indus River.
2. _ refers to the conversion of forested land to other uses such as cropland and industrial use.
Jan. 19-24 Notes: Describing Our World
Video: Planet Money Makes a T-Shirt
T-shirt producting began on a cotton farm in the Mississippi Delta
o However, the cotton seeds are gown in a lab in Wisconsin
o Cotton gin machines remove the harvested seeds
HUMAN ISSUES: DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS
1. Human issues include which of the following?
a. Population growth and decline
d. All of the above
2. Large cohorts between the ages of 15 and 24 relative to the total adult population are referr
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONS
1. The principle of kill or be killed reflects
a. The decentralized nature of the international system.
b. The centralized power of the international sovereign.
c. The power of the UN legislative body
INTL 2000 Exam 1
1. _ are some examples of political borders.
a. State boundaries
2. The proposal to address climate change by injecting particles into the atmosphere that
would reflect sunlight back into space therefore decreasing the earths atmosphere i
The first exam for this course opens Monday, June 20 at 12 AM and closes Tuesday, June 21 at 11:59
PM. The exam consists of 50 multiple choice questions worth 1 point each and 4 short answer questions
worth 5 points each cover
INTL 2000 Final Spring 2014
1. Who was the first man in space? Answer: Yuri Gagarin
2. Which group of men discovered the double helix DNA? Answer: Crick and
3. Since 1960, the human population has added 1 billion people roughly how
often? Answer: 1
Study Guide INTL 2000 Exam 2
Imperial systems characterized by domination of a single power over most the world it
has contact with. There are numerous examples: Aztecs, Incas, Roman Empire
Feudal systems a political and social system based on t
Study Guide INTL 2000 Exam 1
Geographic Borders Borders that delineate the physical world (mountains, oceans,
rivers, deserts, ozone) and affect how and where humans have settled and the degree to
which they interact with one another.
Final Quiz Questions
1. The blending of English and Hindi into a new language, Hinglish, is an example of what idea?
2. What term describes the interaction and reinforcing influences of global and local forces?
INTL 2000 Exam 3 Study Guide and Section Notes
Culture (major characteristics) (p. 212)
o Def: the set of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual, and emotional features
of society or a social group, that encompasses not only art and liter
INTL Exam 2 Study Guide
o Def: political organizations in which one government is dominant over most of
the world with which it has contact
o Examples include the Roman Empire, the Spanish empire in the 16th century,
France in t
Culture (major characteristics) : the set of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual,and emotional
features of society or a social group, that encompasses not only art and literature, but lifestyles, ways of
living together, value systems,
INTL 2000 Exam 1 Study Guide
o Def: borders that delineate the physical world (mountains, oceans, rivers,
deserts, ozone) and affect how and where humans have settled and the degree
to which they interact with one another
1. Which of the following argue that the developed states will take advantage of the LDCs to increase
their own wealth and power?
c. World systems theorists
d. Both a and c
2. _ argue that developed states will take adv
February 29 March 6 Notes: Development of the Global Economy
Origins of the Global Economy
To what degree should countries protect their national economies from foreign
o Todays global economy dates back to the sixteenth and seventeenth centu
March 7-13 Notes: Contemporary Global Economics
Are at the heart of the globalization debate
o The Good:
Integrate developing countries into the global economy via infusing
Supplying jobs and tran
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Shared identity, customs, religion, culture
Geography, shared land
EX: Austria, Germany, Scotland
institutions that administer sovereignty
Authority to rule
RELIGION QUIZ @ REVIEW
Who is "the historical Buddha"?
o Siddhartha Gautama is the Historical Buddha
o Lived over 500 lives
o Was a bodhisattva
When does he live?
What is the traditional Buddhist story about his life?
o He was born a prince in the rulin
HISTORY 1007 FINAL REVIEW
The Marshall Plan life jacket for drowning men 1948
o 13 billion dollar aid package given to Europe
o If Europe wants this money, they have to accept American
advisors to reform Euro economies and participate in free
Chapter 2 Class Notes
1. Identify the sections of a classified balance sheet.
2. Use ratios to evaluate a companys profitability, liquidity
3. Discuss financial reporting concepts.
The Classified Balance Sheet
Reports the as
MKT 3401 all notes
Keys to success are:
o 1. Be able to market yourself, to be seen in a positive way
o 2. Need to be able to sell yourself to people; not just dressing;
what is your personal brand
o 3. Need to know people; create a re
Chapter 1 Class Notes
Accounting is an information system that will identify, record, and communicate what we
call economic events. We communicate feedback to interested parties.
ECONOMIC EVENTS ARE: FINANCING, INVESTING, AND OPERATING
RELIGION QUIZ #4
According to scholarly theory, how far back can we trace the history of
Judaism? How does this differ from the traditional Jewish (i.e., emic)
understanding? When, where, and why are the First Temple Period, Exile
Period, Second Temple Pe
1. Which of the following factors limit the distribution of food aid?
a. Displacement of people in need
b. Rising costs
c. War and conflict
d. All of the options
2. Big data refers to
a. The delivery of web-based content via remote
Terrorism & Globalization
Two complex phenomenas open to subjective interpretations include globalization and
terrorism. The underlying issue can be condensed to say that the advancement of globalization
has allowed terrorism to become nearly more prone t
Research Paper: Resource Issues
An unfortunate global issue that has always been present throughout the world is
starting to get to a point of no return. That global issue results in more than one specific topic
but generally speaking, is th
Sample Essay Questions
1) What are the major environmental issues facing the international system? Explain how
these issues are being addressed by the international community and by states.
2) Where does international law originate from? In your answer co