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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

Lecture 4 - Democracy GREAT NOTE ON DEMOCRACY!!!

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Republicanism (rule by law in contrast to kingdom). Early unification issue of statehood solved. Port taxes no heavy tax extraction by the state. A str
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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

Lecture 3 - Authoritarianosm ALL YOU'LL NEED FOR AUTHORITARIANISM FOR PSCI 110!!!!!!!!

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Mass participation in leadership selection is limited. The leadership could be inherited, but the leader is never elected. Mass constraint on elites is
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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

Study Guide 1: The State and Identities This study guide is based on the discussions of Units 1 and 2 of the Course!! Excellent to study for an exam review and summarized the main concepts you should know for the the first midterm and exam!!!!! Very detai

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Discussion and review #1: the state and identities: explain state, regime, and government. State: the borders of political entity have to be defined an
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 10 - The Impact of the War Excellent notes on the end of the civil war. Very detailed and elaborate!!!

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Lecture 10 the impact of the war: becoming a nation: the assassination of lincoln. The strange dream of abraham lincoln, early april 1865. Tragedy on g
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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

Discussion and Review 2 - Authoritarianism EXCELLENT WRITTEN AND DETAILED NOTE!!! GREAT FOR MIDTERM AND FINAL EXAM!!!!

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What is the relationship between authoritarianism and a country"s cultural/value orientation? economy: democratization reduces economic growth. Spendin
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 7 - Race, Gendre, and the Civil War Excellent written and detailed note based on lecture 7 of the course!!! Note goes into great detail about major topics and is very well explained!!!!!

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Lecture 7: race, gender, and the civil war: african americans & the war. Slaves, free blacks & the meaning of the civil war. For african americans, the
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 8 - The Tides Turn Very well written note and main topics are excellently described and summarized! Essential to download for success in the course!!!!

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Lecture 8: the tide turns, 1863: fredericksburg & chancellorsville. A time of torment: christmas season 1862. Union forces were now under command of a
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 5 - The War From the Bottom Up Excellent detailed and well elaborated note!!!! Main points are described in great detail and very well organized overall!!!!

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Lecture 5: the war from the bottom up: statistical power of the civil war. The north adopted many different outfits, however, lincoln created standardi
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 6 - Becoming a War For Emanciapation Very well written, detailed, and elaborate note from Lecture 6 of the course!!!!! All topics and points are explained thoroughly, in detail, and very easy to understand!!!!!

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Lecture 6: becoming a war for emancipation: the early course of the war. Subduing the succeeding states: general winfield scott"s anaconda plan. Idea i
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 4 - Marching into the Cataclysm Very detailed and excellent note to study!!!!! Based on the commencement of the civil war from lecture 4 of the course! Essential to getting a good grade!!!

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Custom when enlisting in the army was to have your picture taken after receiving uniform from quartermaster. Represents a gateway to another time; a pa
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 9 - The Hard Hands of War Excellent written note that goes into detail about many topics covered such as the Gettysburg address!!!! Very well written and summarized!!!

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Lecture 9: 1864-65: the hard hand of war: the gettysburg address. The tide turns: the north captured gettysburg and vicksburg, and lee retreated to the
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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

Lecture 2 - Identity, Ideology, and Culture Full in-depth analysis of topics covered in class and in the book. Lecture 2 started Jan 13, 2011 and ended Jan 25, 2011 with over 7 pages of notes. Great study for final exam and midterm!!!!!!

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Each group who separated was roughly homogenous group. Each group carved out piece of itself. Separated because of conflicts in ethnic identity (nation
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 3 - Abraham Lincoln and Life in the North Extremelly detailed and elaborated course not explaining Lincoln and the North from the 3rd lecture of the course!!

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Lecture 3: abraham lincoln & life in the antebellum north. During many times, lincoln was hated in the south throughout his lifetime. His purpose was t
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UWPSCI 110Jingjing HuoWinter

Lecture 1 Notes - The State and Its Alternatives Excellent lecture notes taken with an in-depth analysis taken of each heading and main topic!!! Coincides well with the book "Contemporary Politics".

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A state has sovereignty (the ability to implement policies without intervention from external forces). State is ultimate mobilizer of force of military
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 1 - Civil War Great Note describing the introduction to the civil war from the first lecture. Very detailed and elaborate.

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Eve of civil war 1861, us was still growing farmers in industrial east and west. More profound and epic struggle about what the united states was to be
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UWHIST315Andrew HuntWinter

Lecture 2 - Slavery and South Before the Civil War Excellent note!!! Very in-depth and elaborated based on the lectures in class

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The peculiar institution: slavery & the south before the civil war. 1937, us government hired unemployed historians to go around us and collect oral hi
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 10 and 11 Notes - Globalization and Global Environment Complete analysis of these 2 topics covered. In-depth summaries with good examples!!!!!

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Absolute poverty/ object people are living in a state where there"s a failure to provide basic needs of life; water, food, etc. Low income cutoff arbit
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 8 Notes Complete in-depth analysis of Lecture 8 notes + notes taken from chapter 13 of "Exploring Sociology"!!!!

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All religions originate in society, separating the world into the profane and the sacred. The profane encompasses the secular aspects of life (objects,
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 7 Notes Complete in-depth analysis of Lecture 7 notes + Chapter 12 analysis from "Exploring Sociology"!!!!!

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Trying to answer criticism that conflict theorists say about education: education as a system is basically operating for benefit of middle class, works
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 6 Notes Complete notes from Lecture 6 + continued notes from chapter 8 of "Exploring Sociology"!!!

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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 9 Notes - Crime, Law, and Deviation Complete in-depth analysis of topics, lecture, and unit

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Government wants to make more jails, in order for people to report crime more often. United states is the world"s leading jailer (still have death pena
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 5 Notes Complete, in-depth analysis of lecture 5 notes + overview of chapter 8 in "Exploring Sociology"!!!!

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Lecture 5: social inequality gender - chapter 8. Biologically rooted; describes our physical bodies whereby distinguish between male and female. Social
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 4 Notes Full in-depth analysis of complete lecture 4 notes with chapters 6 and 7 overview included from "Introduction to Sociology"!!!!

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I, the element of the self that is spontaneous, creative, impulsive and at times unpredictable. Me, helps to control the i, the self-reflective part of
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 3 Notes + ch.5 from "Introduction to Sociology"

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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 2: Classical Social Theories Notes + Ch.3 & 4 Book Notes from "Introduction to Sociology"

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Believe that institutions created together as society basically work; created through consensus. Education does what we set out to do, educate people,
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Lecture 1 Introduction to SOC101 Full Notes!!

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3 online tests (40 random question: textbooks and assignments in class) Schedule list all the assignments, due dates, start dates, and end dates. 2 cou
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