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SOCI-232 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Communist Manifesto, Proletariat
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Theory. What is theory? In sociology, it refers toconceptual systems: Sets of ideas. Used to try to explain why it happens the way it does and understand the world. More than opinion or common sense. Theory is engaging int...

Sociology
SOCI-232
Stepnisky
SOCI-232 Lecture 2: Social and Intellectual Forces
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Social and Intellectual Forces. Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment. Big ideas of the 1800s-1900s were circulating and changed thinking with enlightenment thought. The Enlightenment is an intellectual movement in the 1...

Sociology
SOCI-232
Stepnisky
SOCI-232 Lecture 3: Political Revolutions
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Political Revolutions. The American Revolution of 1776. A democratic constitution developed that begins with the famous phrase; We the people. The authority of government and colonial rule doesnt come from divine monarch b...

Sociology
SOCI-232
Stepnisky
HIST-210 Lecture 4: Napoleon and Europe
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find more resources at oneclass.com Napoleon and Europe. Napoleon: Born in a noble family, got military education in France and onto an academy. Always fighting, in leadership roles and wanted to become a cap...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Absolute Monarchy, Tyrant, Radicalization
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The French Revolution. Social and Political Structure of the Old Regime. Three estates: Clergy, nobility, commoners. Positions in society are defined by laws. The clergy is 1 of the population and own 10 of the land but pa...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Great Fear, Tyrant
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The French Revolution. The First Stages of Revolution. Decision to convoke the Estates-General. Since the king was bankrupt, he called upon the medieval-like parliament of the Estates-General. Each Estate had one vote and ...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-210 Lecture 3: Political Climate of The French Revolution
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Political Climate. The Flight to Varennes (June 1791) : The king decided to flee due to the violence and protesting crowds in Paris. The Constitution (September 1791) . Some people thought to declare war on Austria but the...

History
HIST-210
E Krevsky
HIST-209 Lecture 2: Vassalage and Feudalism
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find more resources at oneclass.com Hussite Revolt: 1419-34 named after Jan Hus (the leader) of the revolt which was both a peasants revolt but also a nationalist revolt of the Czech nobility over their German overlor...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture 1: Feudalism
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find more resources at oneclass.com Feudalism. Feudalism includes serfdom and vassalage. Declined by the 15th century in England and France, but in the East, it took longer for it to be abolished with the...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
HIST-209 Lecture 1: Serfdom and the Economy
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Serfdom and the Economy. Agricultural Surplus. Technological innovations resulted in better agricultural practices. Example: New horse harness which allows the horse to pull a heavier load. The old style called two field w...

History
HIST-209
B Somchynsky
PSYC-339 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Relate, Neurofibrillary Tangle, Psychosis
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Chapter 18: Old Age and Stress The psychological problems of elderly persons may be divided into two groups: Depression in Later Life Depression is one of the most common mental health problems of older adults...

Psychology
PSYC-339
Jessica Tomory
HIST-281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Deng Xiaoping, Market Economy
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China in the 1970s. Deng Xiaoping (1904-1997). Part of an early communist group in China and seen as someone who doesn't fit in with recent ideologies in terms of beliefs. Purged twice from the party for righteo...

History
HIST-281
Wendy Kasinec
HIST-281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Shigeru Yoshida
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Modern Japan. Japanese Politics. 3 Periods in the Post-War Periods: 1945 to 1955 with the Liberals and Democrats. Japanese Socialist Party also exists in the time...

History
HIST-281
Wendy Kasinec
HIST-281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Syngman Rhee, Park Chung-Hee
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South and North Korea. Growth of economy with democratic politics rising. Military in politics. Park Chung-Hee: Power from a military coup d'tat in 1961. Believed Korea was fractured due to resistanc...

History
HIST-281
Wendy Kasinec
HIST-281 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Kim Il-Sung, Syngman Rhee, Korean War
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Post WWII Korea. Communists flee in the aftermath of Japanese takeover to China from Korea. People refuse to see the Japanese as imperial overlords but are unsuccessful. Freedom for Korea when the Japanese are defeated in ...

History
HIST-281
Wendy Kasinec

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