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World Civilization 1. Introduction. I . Themes in Early World History. A. Forces of Change  Adaptations of Cultures. B. Organization of Societies. Power Hierarchy Wealth Family Gender Religion Philosophy. C. Variety of Interactions Between Cultures. Trade Warfare Conquest

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b organization of societies
B. Organization of Societies

Power

Hierarchy

Wealth

Family

Gender

Religion

Philosophy

c variety of interactions between cultures
C. Variety of Interactions Between Cultures

Trade

Warfare

Conquest

Cultural exchange

d what is history historical interpretation
D. What is History?Historical Interpretation

Historical Interpretation

  • Pose question
  • Analyze sources
  • Make interpretation
  • Write argument supported by evidence
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1. Question

Examples

  • What effect did the Neolithic Revolution have on human cultures?
  • Why did the Neolithic Revolution happen first in Southwest Asia?
2 analyze sources
2. Analyze Sources
  • Primary sources
  • Secondary sources
primary sources
Primary Sources
  • Bones
  • Tools
  • Archaeological remains
  • Art
  • Texts
4 support interpretation or argument with evidence
4. Support Interpretation or Argument with Evidence

Characteristics of Evidence

* “factual”

* Specific

* Names, dates, places

ii early man paleolithic age a dates
II. Early Man (Paleolithic Age)A. Dates

Older:

BC Before Christ

AD Anno domini (in the Year of

our Lord)

Newer:

BCE Before Common Era

CE Common Era

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CE dates: go forward

BCE dates: go backward

c hunter gatherer lifestyle economic form
C. Hunter-Gatherer Lifestyle (economic form)

low population density

nomadic

hunting-male, gathering-female (80%)

d social organization
D. Social Organization

Small bands, Egalitarian

e religion
E. Religion

Animism

Shamans

exercise paleolithic art
Exercise: Paleolithic Art

Paleolithic (Old Stone Age): 1,000,000 – 7000 BCE

Neolithic (New Stone Age): 7000 – 4000 BCE