The Progressive Era. September 20. Learning Target: identify the problems in American society, economics and politics at the end of the Gilded Age.
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SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND MENTAL HEALTH. SOCIAL INTEGRATION. DEGREE OF CONNECTEDNESS BETWEEN PEOPLE IN A GROUP (DURKHEIM) JOHN BOWLBY - ATTACHMENT THEORY PRIMATES AND IMPORTANCE OF ATTACHMENTS (HARLOW). MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE. I. TRADITIONAL VIEW. MARRIAGE IS GOOD FOR MENTAL HEALTH (DURKHEIM)
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Study Guide for 2nd Semester Exam
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Causes and Conditions of the Industrial R evolution. Causes. The Industrial Revolution began in England because they had: A stable government A large navy Access to a lot of coal Intellectual climate open to innovation. Living Conditions.
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Aim: What were the achievements of the Mayan Civilization?. Do Now: Based on this image what could you say about the civilization that built this?. HW : If a Mayan were to come back to Latin America today what would they find different today. I. Mayan Civilization (1000 BC- 1500 AD).
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Life in Medieval Towns. Introduction. At the start of the Middle Ages, most people lived on Manors in the countryside. By 12 th century, towns were growing up around castles, monasteries, and along trade routes. Most medieval towns were surrounded by: Thick stone walls
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The Growth of Cities. Pgs. 230-234. Chicago 1892. City Growth. By 1900 American cities were growing at a rapid rate. Millions of immigrants Millions moving from rural farms By 1920 more people lived in cities and towns than in rural areas. As cities grew, so did their problems.
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Family. Taiwan. VS. America. Key Points. Family structure Hierarchy of members Typical lifestyle Interaction within the family. Taiwan. Structure. Large and connected Parents, Children, elders and extended family Children with grandparents in small towns Parents live and work in city
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HIGHER EDUCATION, INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE AND SOCIAL DIMENSION. Sjur Bergan Council of Europe Nicosia, April 4, 2008. LIVING IN THE AGE OF THE ECONOMY?. Employment Competitiveness Use of resources Purchasing power as a political issue Economic performance. ONLY THE ECONOMY?.
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Staphylococcus aureus Skin Infections. Typical Staph Skin Infections. Staph aureus are bacteria that commonly cause skin infections. 20 to 30% of healthy people have Staph on their skin.
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S6.1b. Adaptation . In a climate which is warm and humid like Singapore, what will be the most comfortable outfit you will choose to wear when you go out? . Thick jackets? . Long sleeve shirt and long pants?. Short sleeved t-shirt and Bermudas?. Singapore is warm throughout the year.
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Migration by African Americans from 1870 to 1930. Pgs. 227-229. Moving West after the War. At the same time immigrants were moving to the United States, former slaves began looking for new places to live and work. In the 1870s about 40,000 former slaves from the South moved west to Kansas.
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