EAS105H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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EAS105H1
MIDTERM EXAM
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Industrial revolution
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What does "modern" mean to you?
Are you "modern"? What makes you (or not) modern?
Transitional moment
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First interaction with Americans because of train
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Changed how people moved and how they see the world because everything goes by more
quickly
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Became symbol of recovery from devastation after war
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Steam train in Japan
Clothing
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Factories
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Move people into cities to work together
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Change way people live with each other
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Changes what you own and buy
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How you move in the kimono vs. dress
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Industrial revolution- train
Modern/modernity/modernism
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Nation/nationalism
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Subject/subjectivity
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Imperialism
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Capitalism
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Colonialism
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Commodity
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Consumption
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Keep in mind these words when reading-> help make connections between readings
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Key Terms
How bodies are moved
How bodies live
How bodies receive (or don't) medicine/healthcare
How bodies are educated (who's educated, what kind of education is received, etc.)
How bodies are classed (e.g. in war)
How bodies are killed (Who has the power to end your body and for what reason)
What bodies wear
How are bodies gendered (What does it mean to be male or female, etc.)
How are they drawn/painted/represented
Where (and how) bodies shop (ways in things are arranged, etc.)
How bodies are broken
Bodies: How were they made modern? In what ways were they made subjects?
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Where they in the same place at the beginning of modern vs. at the end?
What forced them to change?
Boundaries: How do boundaries (of locations) change?
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More than 1 way to tell history
What goes into telling history
What it means to tell history one way vs. another
How do we think about the past?
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What's the different between Modernization vs. Westernization
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Key Themes
Lecture 1
January 10, 2017
10:15 AM
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What was the author's point in this reading?
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Why was I made to read this?
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What did the instructor think I should get out of it
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Readings
Tutorial preparedness and participation- 10%
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Miderm
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Exam
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Thesis and 5 sources
Write blurb similar to reading response
Annotated bibliography- Feb 27
Essay Draft- March 9
Essay- March 20
Essay assignment- 50%
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Summarize reading and what you think of it
3 reading responses
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Assignment
Lecture 1 Page 2
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