social dynamics

Compare and contrast the impact of religionCompare and contrast the impact of religion
The family, as the basic unit of society, functioned in Western European and African cultures differently between 500 and 1300, due to the differing impact of religion within and among these cultures
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Korea and East Asia in Global History, 1840-2000Korea and East Asia in Global History, 1840-2000
What was the place of Korea in a map of globalization – and how did the globalization process impact on Korea, and on East Asia? We will be dealing with these issues not on a national level, but for the region of East Asia
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The Rise of Youth Counter Culture after World War II and the Popularization of Historical Knowledge: Then and Now Theresa Richardson, Ph. D. Paper Presented at the Historical Society 2012 Annual MeetingThe Rise of Youth Counter Culture after World War II and the Popularization of Historical Knowledge: Then and Now Theresa Richardson, Ph. D. Paper Presented at the Historical Society 2012 Annual Meeting
Ion after World War II is examined in relationship to the changing nature of childhood and youth as a social construct. The profanations of youth culture challenged the domain assumptions of modernity and in so doing ushered in a post-modern worldview and a
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Draft: Not for Quotation Making Space, Making Place: The Socio-Spatial Practices of ImmigrantsDraft: Not for Quotation Making Space, Making Place: The Socio-Spatial Practices of Immigrants
Immigration is a fact of contemporary life and an important part of what has come to be called the “postmodern” “transnational” and “global” city [See Harvey, Smith, Sassen] As Edward Soja points out
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Christopher B. Wolff, Ph. D. Department of Anthropology Redcay 129 State University of New York, Plattsburgh, ny 12901Christopher B. Wolff, Ph. D. Department of Anthropology Redcay 129 State University of New York, Plattsburgh, ny 12901
Historical and Political Ecology, Coastal and Aquatic Adaptations, Northern Cultures, Prehistoric Technology, Cultural Interaction
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Musc 450 The Music of Black Americans Fall Semester 2013 Dr. Ronald C. McCurdyMusc 450 The Music of Black Americans Fall Semester 2013 Dr. Ronald C. McCurdy
Although musical contributions by African Americans will be the primary focus of this class, it will be necessary to discuss and examine the social, economic, religious
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Blake, J. J. Cv 2011 Curriculum VitaeBlake, J. J. Cv 2011 Curriculum Vitae
Dissertation: “Gender-normative and -nonnormative aggression in preadolescent girls”
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Modern Europe: The Making of Modern Europe, c. 1789 – 1991Modern Europe: The Making of Modern Europe, c. 1789 – 1991
Mason, David, Revolutionary Europe, 1789 – 1989: Liberty, Equality, Solidarity (2004)
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California state university, east bay ■ Office of Faculty DevelopmentCalifornia state university, east bay ■ Office of Faculty Development
Our computer lab has pcs, Macs, and a scanner available for faculty use any time we don't have a scheduled workshop. We are open Monday through Friday, 10am – 4PM, in LI 2300
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Can Genocide in Rwanda be understood within the context of Globalization? Global Politics & ViolenceCan Genocide in Rwanda be understood within the context of Globalization? Global Politics & Violence
I propose that globalizing forces can create conditions for social fragmentation, fuelling conditions for cleavage and conflict. I conclude it was the unique mix of internal dynamics combined with the pressures of globalization that led to
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The roots of sectarianism in northern irelandThe roots of sectarianism in northern ireland
Catholicism, the papal antichrist myth (Higgins, 2000). We believed that an analysis of the roots of anti-Catholicism could inform public debate about the nature and causes of some features of the Northern Irish conflict
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Language contact in the east slavic contact zone 1 Language Contact in the East Slavic Contact ZoneLanguage contact in the east slavic contact zone 1 Language Contact in the East Slavic Contact Zone
East Slavic zone, the primary contact is between closely-related languages: East Slavic varieties in contact (Russian and Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian) or West and East Slavic varieties
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Running Head: female genital mutilation ethical Analysis of Female Genital MutilationRunning Head: female genital mutilation ethical Analysis of Female Genital Mutilation
West due to emigration. Understanding the social dynamics and ethical implications behind the practice is essential for public health practitioners as they work towards eradicating this inhumane procedure that violates basic human rights
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Us 2 Course DescriptionUs 2 Course Description
Progressive Movement to the present. Assessment focuses on developing writing and reading skills and document based analytical skills, with the use of traditional assessments based on presentations, research based papers and projects
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