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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture 17: ECON1: Lecture 17 (12/1/16)

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5 Dec 2016
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Oligopoly: only a few sellers offer similar or identical products. Monopolistic competition: many firms sell similar but not identical products. Define
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Johann Christoph Pepusch, Oratorio, Melisma

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5 Dec 2016
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Italian opera was one of england"s major imports. Handel introduced his first italian opera to england in 1711. Ballad opera - popular tunes worked int
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Lingua Franca, Kapellmeister, Recitative

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29 Nov 2016
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Moving away from religion, more secular ties. Baroque period was centered on texture, harmonies - rather than strictly on prose. Music will add to the
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Sunk Costs, Decision Rule, Perfect Competition

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27 Nov 2016
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Shutdown: a short-run (sr) decision not to produce anything because of market conditions. Exit: a long-run (lr) decision to leave the market. If shut d
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Brandenburg Concertos, Clarino, Tonality

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22 Nov 2016
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Gigue, Figured Bass, Twelve Concerti Grossi, Op. 6 (Corelli)

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19 Nov 2016
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Concerto originally applied to both vocal and instrumental music. Late 17th century: meant purely instrumental work. Most important form of ensemble mu
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Cognitive Load, Speech Disfluency

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17 Nov 2016
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Ideologies can influence how we look at data. Meta-analysis looking at gender differences found little variation. Within-gender variability is typicall
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture 14: ECON1: Lecture 14 (11/15/16)

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17 Nov 2016
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Define production function - shows the relationship between the quantity of inputs used to produce a good and the quantity of output of that good. It c
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Counterpoint, Trio Sonata, Tabula Rasa

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16 Nov 2016
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By the end of the 1600"s, life was still tough in europe. People did not think of music as a priority, at least as much as they could have without the
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Handshape, Antithesis, Sodium Hydride

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9 Nov 2016
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Key terms from ahearn chapter on race and ethnicity (particularly aave) Aaa statement: no consistent biological basis for race. Swedish, german, irish
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Opportunity Cost, Comparative Advantage, Plasma Display

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2 Nov 2016
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Speech Community, Kira Hall, Judith Butler

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1 Nov 2016
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Hard questions: the production of speech sounds generally involves movements of the tongue and the lips, as well as air movements through the lungs and
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Diglossia, Code-Switching, Grammar

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30 Oct 2016
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A language is a dialect with an army and a navy - max weinreich. Dialects (mutually unintelligible, but writing system overlaps) Distinguishing between
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Economic Surplus, Laissez-Faire, Economic Equilibrium

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28 Oct 2016
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Market economy: allocation of resources is decentralized. Determined by the interactions of many self-interested buyers/sellers. Policymakers are about
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Absolute Advantage, Fiscal Policy, Opportunity Cost

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27 Oct 2016
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10/20/16 thursday, during class (come a little early) Scarcity - the limited nature of society"s resources. Economics - the study of how society manage
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Junk Food, Luxury Tax, Deadweight Loss

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27 Oct 2016
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Depends on relative elasticities of supply and demand. Less elastic side of market pay greater share of tax (bear greater burden of tax) If sellers are
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Josquin Des Prez, Missa Papae Marcelli, Indulgence

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24 Oct 2016
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Josquin: credo from the missa l"homme arm super voces musicales. He was born by a miraculous means. Church was selling tickets to heaven - indulgences.
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Demand Curve, Southwest Airlines, Economic Equilibrium

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20 Oct 2016
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Buyers complain prices are too high policymakers enact price controls (price ceilings) Price ceilings limits prices sellers can charge for their goods
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Burgundian School, Guillaume Du Fay, Motet

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19 Oct 2016
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Thomas weelkes (1575-1623): those sweet beautiful lilies (1597) Written towards the end of the renaissance. A section: about beautiful woman, consonant
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mass Media, John J. Gumperz, Speech Community

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19 Oct 2016
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gilles Binchois, Guillaume Du Fay, Heinrich Isaac

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18 Oct 2016
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Rondeau: je ne vis onques la pareille ( i have never seen the equal ) Secular song, sung during feast of the pheasants held by philip the good in. Rena
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Price Ceiling, Normal Good, Price Floor

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15 Oct 2016
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If demand is elastic then price elasticity of demand > 1. % change in q > % change in p. The fall in revenue from lower q is greater than the increase
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Animal Communication, Standard Average European, Benjamin Lee Whorf

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14 Oct 2016
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Influence of language on thought more likely to be predispositional than determinative. Language might predispose you to view the world in a certain wa
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Francesco Landini, Ballata, Virelai

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12 Oct 2016
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Order of how he wrote: tenor, bass, alto, soprano (3421) Giovanni da firenze (1340-50): caccia, con bracchi assai ( with many dogs, ca. First voice is
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Breakfast Cereal, Sunscreen, Demand Curve

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11 Oct 2016
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Your costs are rising (including opportunity cost of time), you consider raising price to. Law of demand says you won"t sell as many websites if you ra
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gerontocracy, Baby Talk, Noam Chomsky

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11 Oct 2016
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Time and space reference - more here and now. Parents in child-centric cultures construct sentences and narratives cooperatively with their children by
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Jousting, Aristocracy, Philippe De Vitry

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10 Oct 2016
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Lived a pretty long life (70"s), considering the times - disease = probably death. Wealthy person (royals, like prince) asks for commission piece. At t
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UCLAMUSIC 140ARobert W InterFall

MUSIC 140A Lecture 2: M140: Lecture 2 (9/28/16)

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10 Oct 2016
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South of rome - spread civilization into what"s known as british isles now. They let the people keep their religion, let them keep their ways - but sti
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Turnitin, Institutional Review Board, Professional Responsibility

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7 Oct 2016
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Ok to be part of group studied. Since you know all the predictions of your project. Ok to use video/text online, but must be interactive (and public) I
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture 5: ECON1: Lecture 5 (10/6/16)

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7 Oct 2016
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A: the cost of producing a good is not equal across all suppliers. At a low price, a good is produced and sold only by the lowest cost suppliers. At a
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture 4: ANTHRO33: Lecture 4 (10/4/16)

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5 Oct 2016
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Usually concerned with how language shapes and/or reflects social life. Research questions may change as research progresses. Ahearn example of jabar i
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture 4: ECON1: Lecture 4 (10/4/16)

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5 Oct 2016
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Supply and demand are forces that make market economies work. They determine the quantity of each good produced and the price at which it is sold. Ex:
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Information Source, Exhalation, Vocal Folds

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30 Sep 2016
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Writing is young (~6,000 years), speech is old. Many languages do not have written forms. Many people do not read/write but all use language. Writing m
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage, Opportunity Cost

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30 Sep 2016
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Gains from trade arise from comparative advantage (differences in opportunity costs) When each country specializes in the goods in which it has a compa
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pierre Bourdieu, Indexicality, Noam Chomsky

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28 Sep 2016
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3rd time: very informal address (delivers rice) Used to talk to animals, lower-level people. Language and culture together - unable to be separated. La
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage, Market Failure

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28 Sep 2016
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Central idea: government may alter market outcome to promote equity. If the market"s distribution of economic well-being is not desirable, tax or welfa
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UCLAANTHRO 33E.A.CartmillFall

ANTHRO 33 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Language Change, Phoneme, Pragmatics

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26 Sep 2016
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History of a people or way of thinking. Language as it is used (not as we think it should be) Language carry history and contact with other humans. I.
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UCLAECON 1Randall RojasFall

ECON 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cengage Learning, Invisible Hand, Opportunity Cost

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26 Sep 2016
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N. gregory mankiw, 7th edition with mindtap printed. *can do trial if deciding* - 10/12 expires. Only cengage hw assignments are graded, mindtap exampl
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UCLAGENDER 10Grace HongSpring

GENDER 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Heteronormativity, Federal Housing Administration, John Maynard Keynes

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6 Sep 2016
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Citizenship: membership and belonging in a nation-state. Marriage historically unavailable for working class and poorer peoples. Rights and privileges
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UCLAGENDER 10Grace HongSpring

GENDER 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Menstruation, Audre Lorde, Polymorphous Perversity

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6 Sep 2016
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Highlights ways in which mother is characterized as gender non-normative. Third designation that doesn"t fit into a binary of woman and man. Powerful,
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