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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Hydrograph, Thermosphere, Water Vapor

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UOFIECON 3650Hennadige ThenuwaraFall

ECON 3650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Social Security, Neutral Nation, Federal Communications Commission

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16 Dec 2020
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Poverty in the usa: american cultural and social perspective encourages process equality, that promotes individualism and equal opportunities. Thus, th
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UOFIECON 3650Hennadige ThenuwaraFall

ECON 3650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Market Failure, Externality, Uptodate

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16 Dec 2020
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If the person has private insurance, pays the co-pay; if not makes the full payment. If the person is under va, medicare or medicaid the government mak
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UOFIECON 3650Hennadige ThenuwaraFall

ECON 3650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Per Capita Income, Gdp Deflator, Real Income

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16 Dec 2020
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UOFIECON 3650Hennadige ThenuwaraFall

ECON 3650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Capital Accumulation, Market Failure, Human Capital

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16 Dec 2020
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Benefits of education: positive externalities of productivity and citizenship, failure of private credit markets to finance education. 1 accumulation o
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UOFIECON 3650Hennadige ThenuwaraFall

ECON 3650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Aggregate Demand, Social Insurance, Tax Bracket

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16 Dec 2020
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The government performs three major functions: resolve market inefficiencies, address inequalities, provide public goods/services. Public goods and ser
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UOFIECON 3650Hennadige ThenuwaraFall

ECON 3650 Final: Final Exam Review Questions

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UOFIECON 3650Hennadige ThenuwaraFall

ECON 3650 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Policy Analysis, Planned Economy, Delphi Method

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16 Dec 2020
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Similarly, immigration policy is in the spotlight because of the influx of immigrants to the united states. Cost - 1000 in year 0, 2000 in year 1 and 5
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture 27: 11.24 Glaciers

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16 Dec 2020
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Study Guide - Final Guide: Continental Crust, Oceanic Crust, Plate Tectonics

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16 Dec 2020
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Lecture 1 (august 25th) - introduction: which state had the most earthquakes in 2014: california, maine, oregon, or oklahoma, oklahoma. One will ride u
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture 31: 12.10 Review

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16 Dec 2020
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December 12th, 2019 - last lecture of the semester!! What sounds did some of the cretaceous (specifically, 66-68. The outer hard shell of the earth- th
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Oil Sands, Edwin Drake, Source Rock

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16 Dec 2020
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You should be able to recognize and define source rocks, cap rocks and trap rocks, and should also know the different kinds of common traps. Nonrenewab
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture 28: 12.1 Deserts

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16 Dec 2020
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Deserts and steppes cover 30% of the land surface on earth (42 million square kilometers). We define these dry climate zones as areas where yearly prec
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture 30: 12.8 Mineral Resources II

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16 Dec 2020
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We"ve (hopefully) learned a lot about geology this semester. One possible answer: people use earth"s materials and processes for energy and mineral res
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UOFICRIM 3250Michaela RuppertFall

CRIM 3250 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Addiction, Substance Abuse, Central Nervous System Depression

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16 Dec 2020
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Drugs, deviance & social control mid-course exam #1 study guide. Mid-term exam will cover lessons 1-5 and textbook chapters 1-6. This study guide highl
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UOFICRIM 3250Michaela RuppertFall

CRIM 3250 Final: Final Exam Study Guide

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16 Dec 2020
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UOFICRIM 3250Michaela RuppertFall

CRIM 3250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 51: Behaviour Therapy, Attitude Change, Conflict Resolution

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16 Dec 2020
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Targeting an entire population; aim to provide support and education before problems occur. We don"t do a great job at this - we usually just say all d
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UOFICRIM 3250Michaela RuppertFall

CRIM 3250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 50: Barbiturate, Hair Loss, Demography Of The United States

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16 Dec 2020
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In order to understand trends, causes, and the prevalence of drug use it is important to note the impact of various groups or subcultures. Tells a more
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Sea Surface Temperature, Ocean Current, Wave Base

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18 Nov 2020
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Point Source Pollution, Saltwater Intrusion, Artesian Aquifer

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13 Nov 2020
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Study guide questions: be able to label a diagram of the water table and explain what the different zones are. Know the love canal example, as well as
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Fixed Cost, Savings Account, Switching Barriers

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12 Nov 2020
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The poor are borrowing less money because they need less. They are financing small businesses or a small crisis in their life. For the poor and for the
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UOFICEE 1030Mary KosloskiFall

CEE 1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Water Cycle, Laminar Flow, Turbulence

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11 Nov 2020
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Major takeaways: streams work as networks to move water and sediment, and to weather and erode the material that they flow over, streams have shapes th
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Location, Location, Location, Malaria, Why Nations Fail

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11 Nov 2020
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The challenges of natural resource abundance and scarcity. Only looking at economic growth and gdp - best predictor prosperity". Previously, we have lo
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Resource Curse

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11 Nov 2020
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The resource curse - when natural resources bring something bad. No one has been able to consolidate real power over the country. Poverty and low level
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Autocracy, Good Governance, Gender Inequality

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11 Nov 2020
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Oil wealth elite support, strong security forces stability, (autocratic) regime durability. Not automatic that you are going to spend your oil wealth o
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Natural Disaster, Quality Of Life, Resource Curse

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11 Nov 2020
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Long term (historical) development - development that has led to conquest or higher levels of development. Resource curse - overabundance of resources,
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture 19: 1.1 Geography - Malthus

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11 Nov 2020
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Life expectancy at birth and child mortality. Understanding and evaluating theories that explain variation in development. The expectation that a famil
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Ice Cream

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11 Nov 2020
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Flora and fauna that are available in a specific place. Location in terms of latitude and longitude. Location productivity wealth and health. Needs to
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Neocolonialism, Debt Crisis, Capital Market

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11 Nov 2020
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Even without colonization, we see dependency and exploitation. Steady increase in trade w/ and capital flows from the. Strict limits against most manuf
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Tied Aid, United States Agency For International Development, Poverty Trap

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11 Nov 2020
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Usually for some specific project (e. g. infrastructure project) No expectation that it is going to be paid back. Soft loans - don"t have to pay back f
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Millennium Development Goals, Marshall Plan, Washington Consensus

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11 Nov 2020
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Conference that takes place in new hampshire in 1944. Bunch of people get together and decide the future of the world economy. At the time, there is wa
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Exaggeration

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11 Nov 2020
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Cannot explain 100% why countries are poor today. Geography acts as a foundation (not forgetting about it!) Most colonial powers had access to the sea.
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Making Money

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11 Nov 2020
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For a state to function effectively, it needs to know and be able to read who the population is and what is going on in the local communities. Census -
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Radical Change, Why Nations Fail, Clientelism

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11 Nov 2020
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The elites can do what they want when they want. May create laws that are harmful to the rest of the population. Participation, effective use of talent
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Douglass North, Hereditary Monarchy, Heredity

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11 Nov 2020
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Puzzle: why do we see differences in the sizes of cities, electricity, etc. Institutions - humanly devised constraints that structure political, econom
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Contingent Work, Takers, Adverse Selection

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11 Nov 2020
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Small-scale agriculture, not large-scale that has support. ***we don"t really see these risks in the united states. If we do, we don"t worry about them
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Human Development Index, Climate Change Mitigation, Sustainable Development Goals

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11 Nov 2020
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Human Capital, Extreme Poverty

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11 Nov 2020
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Informal Sector, Child Mortality

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11 Nov 2020
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Poverty is humiliation, the sense of being dependent, and of being forced to accept rudeness, insults, and indifference when we seek help. Don"t ask me
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UOFIPOLI 3424Elise PizziFall

POLI 3424 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Capability Approach, Infant Mortality, Amartya Sen

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11 Nov 2020
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Iowa has a lot of pot holes, but that doesn"t mean it"s a lds. Poor health (disease, life expectancy, infant mortality, etc. ) More than income difficu
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