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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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20170406 lecture 2 on to definition of terms. Intimacy and definition of key terms in family conflict and violence. Much of this material draws from th
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100 Lecture 8: C100 Lecture 8

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11 May 2017
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20170427 lecture 8 micro-level theories of family violence. Application of micro-level theories to understand domestic violence. Discuss several studie
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100 Lecture 2: C100 Lecture 2

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11 May 2017
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20170406 lecture 2 on to definition of terms. Intimacy and definition of key terms in family conflict and violence. Much of this material draws from th
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100 Lecture 6: C100 Lecture 6

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11 May 2017
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A life course-developmental approach to violence prevention - crime-violence over the life course. Nested social settings from macro to micro - bringin
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100 Lecture 4: C100 Lecture 4

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11 May 2017
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The con ict tactics scale (cts): developed by murray straus. Couples also have different ways to settle their differences. This is a list of things tha
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100 Lecture 3: C100 Lecture 3

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11 May 2017
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Prelude to assessing the prevalence of domestic violence: the issue of measurement oxford. Dictionaries 2016 international word of the year: post-truth
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100 Lecture 7: C100 Lecture 7

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11 May 2017
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Society is organized around male dominance and female subordination that is reproduced in virtually all social settings, including the family. Characte
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UC-IRVINECRM/LAW C100WilliamsWinter

CRM/LAW C100 Lecture 5: C100 Lectuer 5

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11 May 2017
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture 9: Week 9b: Big Night - Representation of food as artistic expression

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13 Mar 2017
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We have discussed the cultural, political and economic importance of food as identity, as. The importance of food as artistic expression and representa
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Giada De Laurentiis, Mario Batali, Francis Ford Coppola

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13 Mar 2017
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Week 9a-9b: the creation of a large mass migration and a global european cuisine: the. It is a clear indication of their confidence. More confident, th
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture 7: Week 7a: The “New” immigrants as “offspring” of global capitalism; and the importance of food as a livelihood

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8 Mar 2017
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Week 7a: the new immigrants as offspring of global capitalism; and the importance of food as a livelihood. It created a significant condition of emigra
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture 8: Week 8b: Kings and queens of donuts: The Cambodian story

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8 Mar 2017
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Week 8b: kings and queens of donuts: the cambodian story. Population before the war began in 2011: 22 million; by august 2014, almost half (43%) of the
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture 6: Week 6b Chop Suey, Professor Chen's Book

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8 Mar 2017
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A gastronomical perspective on american history: opening remarks. This lecture revisits important points i have made in the book. The overall premise o
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture 5: Week 5b-6a: When Americans first met Chinese food: Food as cultural encounter

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8 Mar 2017
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Week 5b-6a: when americans first met chinese food: food as cultural encounter: understanding america"s first encounter with chinese food: general comme
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture 5: Week 5a: Chinese Emigration and the culinary tradition of the emigrants

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8 Mar 2017
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The pull factors: the appeal of the united states as a land of opportunities and material abundance; Week 5a: chinese emigration and the culinary tradi
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Midterm: Winter 2017 Midterm - Key Terms from Lecture Notes

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8 Feb 2017
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Immigration and cuisine identify three aspects of the relationship between immigration and cuisine. Food choices using we are what we eat as well as ma
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Midterm: Winter 2017 Midterm - Key Events and Concepts

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8 Feb 2017
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Key events and concepts: identify the event or concept, the approximate year in which it occurred, and its significance to the history of food in the u
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

[HISTORY 15F] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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7 Feb 2017
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Westron, Ethnology, Displaced Persons Act

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3 Feb 2017
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Testimony against white people in the court of law a ruling based on racism. Increase in the power of the federal government elsewhere. photographs) op
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Wok, Manila Galleon, Cristeta Comerford

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3 Feb 2017
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Week 4a-b: not every group"s diet is created equal: immigrants who did not transplant a cuisine to us: thesis. Immigration is the most effective vehicl
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Jus Soli, Lin Yutang

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3 Feb 2017
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Haute Cuisine, Centrality, Oscar Handlin

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3 Feb 2017
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Importance of these two topics and the connection between them. We are what we eat captures the importance of food not only physically but also socioec
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UC-IRVINEHISTORY 15FYong ChenWinter

HISTORY 15F Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: National Organic Program, Whole Foods Market, Ellen Swallow Richards

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