Daniel Hardy

City: Syracuse, New York
University: Saint Josephs College-Main Campus

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U.S history I final

What did the 1828 presidential election demonstrate?: that the new political parties were strongly sectional in their sources of strength. As a result of Jackson’s bank policies? sales of public land rose tremendously, banks printed new banknotes with abandon,the nation entered a period of speculative mania. The chief weapon used by Andrew Jackson in his […]

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The English Teacher Quotes: Krishna

‘I got up at eight every day and swallowed a meal’ He also had to ‘mug up’ on Shakespeare before he taught it. The fact that Narayan used the word ‘swallowed’ instead of ‘eat’ or ‘enjoyed’ suggests that he is passionless at the start of the novel. After he has written his poem called Nature […]

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Music Appreciation Pt 6 Ch 1-17

Composers in the twentieth century drew inspiration from folk and popular music from all cultures, European art music from the Middle Ages through the nineteenth century, & the music of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The combination of two traditional chords sounding together is known as a polychord. Among the unusual playing techniques that were […]

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Fling The Teacher 1-3 Middle Ages

What was Charlemagne king of? Franks What religion did the moors of Spain come from Islam Did the fall of the Roman Empire come before or after the Crusades Before What fierce warriors ravaged northwestern Europe beginning in about 760 C.E.? Vikings Why were castles built? to take and secure land What did William of […]

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Lifespan Development- Chapter 9

Jean Piaget, one of the most influential researchers in the study of cognitive development, believed that children’s thinking changes in important ways as they move from the preschool years into middle childhood. This transition from preoperational thought to concrete operational thought involves the development of what Piaget called mental operations, which are logical principles of […]

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Sociology Unit 3. Individual’s personality and social behavior, learning, socialization

birth order and characteristics of parents Personality may be influenced by: instinct an unchanging, biologically inherited behavior pattern. most often applied to animal behavior. false Instinct is a changing, biologically inherited behavior pattern. t/f personality It is the behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, and values of a person. It can develop throughout a person’s life. It affects […]

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Social Problems 1

Define social problem theory. A tentative explanation of society’s problems What is the \”medical model\” of social problems about? Early sociologists used the medical model; looked at pathology in society; assumed that problems resulted from \”bad\” people How did sociologists ( in the 1920s-1930s) explain social problems? They focused on the social conditions that foster […]

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Social civics t/f ch 6

True T/F:Price supports help to keep the prices of agricultural goods stable. True T/F:Not all natural resources can be replenished after they have been exhausted. True T/F:U.S agricultural policy aims to keep farming a profitable occupation. True T/F:It is the purpose of the Department of Agricultural to promote the interests of farmers and the consumers […]

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chapter 4-Health Behavior Change models/theories

Theories and Models Focusing on Health Behavior Change -First need to decide on what level to intervene -Consider the ecological perspective ecological perspective levels -Intrapersonal level -Interpersonal level -Community levels -Institutional factors -Community factors -Public policy Change Process Theories – Intrapersonal Level -Continuum theories -Stage theories Continuum theories – use an approach that identifies variables […]

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PSY1010CH12PersonalitySummativeQuiz

the superego According to Sigmund Freud, this part of the personality represents internalized ideals and provides standards for judgment and for future aspirations. the phallic the id the ego the superego Sigmund Freud; Elvis Presley _____ is to the history of psychology as _____ is to the history of rock music. Sigmund Freud; Elvis Presley […]

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Criminology Quiz #4

Social control theories generally assume that: Conformity, not deviance, must be explained. The most important way we exercise control is through the process of socialization. True While Walter Reckless’s containment theory focuses on both internal and external containment, he perceived the external to be the more important of the two. False Hirschi blamed delinquency on: […]

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Chapter 24 – China

The Ming emperor Yongle moved the capital to Beijing Which of the following is not true of the Manchus? They rejected Confucian principles in favor of a Mongol-style tribal council. Which of the following is true of the scholar-bureaucrats of China? They were independent warlords, far from court and above the law. Which of the […]

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Tourism Final

Which of the following travelers are tourists? none of the above As tourism has grown globally, it has become: c and d. accessible to the masses and part of the life of millions Jane Smith is traveling from Texas to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota for an extensive 5-day medical treatment. Thus, she is: a […]

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soc ch8

The type of social mobility people experience when they move from one social position of the same rank is called ___________ mobility. Horizontal moving to a higher social position or falling to a lower one is called vertical mobility which of the following statements about women in poverty are true? The percentage of women in […]

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Economics 101, Introduction to Economics, Ch. 15 Notes

A monopoly firm is a… Price maker. A monopoly charges a price that… Exceeds marginal cost. Monopoly A firm that is the sole seller of a product without close substitutes. Fundamental cause of monopoly: Barriers to entry: a monopoly remains the only seller in its market because other firms cannot enter the market and compete […]

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APUSH Ch. 24-25

Throughout the 1920s, the performance of the United States economy A. saw ten straight years of continuous growth. B. struggled with a persistent high rate of inflation. C. saw per capita income flatten while manufacturing output soared. D. saw nearly uninterrupted prosperity coupled with severe inequalities. E. experienced a severe recession in 1923 that lasted […]

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J201 The Internet

Information superhighway the early description for the internet that suggests people envisioned the new system for conveying information that would replace the old one Digitization information in analog form is translated in binary code that can be encoded in software and transmitted between computers Sputnick and the Cold War Soviet spacecraft that became the first […]

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10) Externalities

externality a benefit or cost that affects someone who is not directly involved in the production or consumption of a good or service Which of the following is an example of a good or service having the effects of a positive externality?: a. medical research b. education c. pollution d. big mac e. a and […]

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Chp. 5

Personality Is the sum total of behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, and values that are characteristic of an individual Personality traits determine Both A and B. Each individual’s own way of interacting with other people and his or her social environment. How we adjust to our environment and how we react in specific situations Personality and social […]

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LSD: Chapter 2 Quiz

Jameson has brown hair. His brother, Ryan, has blond hair. These directly observable characteristics are called… phenotypes A ________ is a segment of DNA along the length of the chromosome. gene Isabella and Eleanor have the same genetic makeup. They are… identical twins Two forms of each gene occur at the same place on the […]

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Developmental Psych Final

. A time when young people are no longer adolescents but have not yet become fully adult is called emerging adulthood By young adulthood, American youth have already begun poor practices that lead to preventable death. These include all EXCEPT speeding The leading cause of death among young adults is accidents The most common source […]

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Chapter 8 Abnormal psychology corrections

Anormalities that are though to have biological and psychological causes are: psychological factors affecting one’s medical condition Rene Descartes mind body dualism is inconsisten with modern views of the relationship between the mind and bodily illnesses Which of the following is TRUE about factitious disorders? Those with factitious disorder are not trying to achieve some […]

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