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INTE 398 Final: FINAL GUIDE + QUESTIONS

by OneClass2430524 , Winter 2017
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Winter 2017

Department
Interdiscip St
Course Code
INTE 398
Professor
Karen Herland
Study Guide
Final

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INTE 398 - Final Exam Preparation
Date: April 27th 2017 @ 9:00 am
CHEAT SHEET
8.5 x 11 inch
- double sided
- anything goes
Part 1 40%
20 multiple choice questions 2% each
Questions from quizzes 1-3 + from previous years (might not see my questions)
Cover the entire course (up until lesson 12)
Part 2: 30%
3 350-500 word short essays (10% per essay)
- definitions
- using appropriate terms
- clearly describing cause/effect, impact positive and negative outcomes, etc.
- Among the 10 suggested topics, we will be given 4, answer 3
#1 The standard definition of AIDS as changed over the years. Explain why we have a standard
definition (give at least three reason) and how/why it changed.
#2 Name (and explain) three characteristics of HIV that make it difficult to treat biomedically
#3 Who is statistically likely to be living with HIV in Canada?
Who is statistically likely to be living with HIV in Quebec?
Who is statistically likely to be living with HIV is Saskatchewan?
What does this tell us about national statistics?
#4What ways does using the GIPA principle help in developing AIDS policies and programs?
What problems might it raise?
#5 Why was placing artistic commentary in public space a strategy of aids activists? Discuss one
example.
- Lesson 6 still images (posters, stickers, statues) in public space, not in art studies
#6 For a variety of reasons, gay men are often a key population in terms of vulnerability to HIV.
What challenges are involved in reaching this population in Uganda?
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INTE 398 - Final Exam Preparation Date: April 27 2017 @ 9:00 am CHEAT SHEET 8.5 x 11 inch - double sided - anything goes Part 1 40% 20 multiple choice questions 2% each Questions from quizzes 1-3 + from previous years (might not see my questions) Cover the entire course (up until lesson 12) Part 2: 30% 3 350-500 word short essays (10% per essay) - definitions - using appropriate terms - clearly describing cause/effect, impact positive and negative outcomes, etc. - Among the 10 suggested topics, we will be given 4, answer 3 #1 The standard definition of AIDS as changed over the years. Explain why we have a standard definition (give at least three reason) and how/why it changed. #2 Name (and explain) three characteristics of HIV that make it difficult to treat biomedically #3 Who is statistically likely to be living with HIV in Canada? Who is statistically likely to be living with HIV in Quebec? Who is statistically likely to be living with HIV is Saskatchewan? What does this tell us about national statistics? #4What ways does using the GIPA principle help in developing AIDS policies and programs? What problems might it raise? #5 Why was placing artistic commentary in public space a strategy of aids activists? Discuss one example. - Lesson 6 still images (posters, stickers, statues) in public space, not in art studies #6 For a variety of reasons, gay men are often a key population in terms of vulnerability to HIV. What challenges are involved in reaching this population in Uganda? #7 If HIV medication costs have dropped in the past 20 years, why is more money needed to treat HIV? #8 How might extreme poverty impact a persons vulnerability to HIV individually, socially and structurally? #9 What is the impact on sex workers of police using condoms as evidence of criminal activity? #10 Identify this news report. What global facts did these doctors not know about that makes this information wrong or misleading? Name at least three. Rare Cancer Seen in 41 Homosexuals Outbreak occurs among men in New York and California - 8 died inside 2 years By Lawrence K. Altman ------ Prepare outline for the answers Part 3 Consider the 30+ years of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and choose 5 important moments that you think had a majo
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