Jill Lopez

City: Beulah, North Carolina
University: North Carolina Central University

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Essay on chapter 6

Who wrote that he hoped to erect a \”wall of separation\” between church and state? Jefferson For most free Americans in the new republic, equality meant equal opportunity rather than equality of condition. The first antislavery tract in America was The Selling of Joseph. Which Indian tribe sided with the Americans against the British in […]

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GLENCOE WORLD HISTORY CHAPTER 9

Byzantine Empire By the beginning of the 8th century, the Eastern Roman Empire was much smaller, consisting only of the eastern Balkans and Asia Minor. a unique civilization that lasted until 1453. The empire was both a Greek and a Christian state. Carolingian Renaissance rebirth. This revival involved renewed interest in Latin culture and classical […]

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APUSH chapter 20 (America’s History, 8th edition)

\”Waving the bloody shirt\” a term of ridicule used in the 1880s and 1890s to refer to politicians– esp. Republicans– who, according to critics, whipped up old animosities from the Civil War era that ought to be set aside Gilded Age Period of extravagant displays of wealth, growing poverty, and gov.t inaction in the face […]

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A.P. Art History Art Cards

Hunter King; Unit 1: Prehistoric Art Apollo 11 Stones Period: Unit 1: Prehistoric Art Artist: unknown Date: 25,500-25,300 B.C.E. Function: no clear information, could be symbolic for language or writing, could be used for ritualistic purposes Form: rock painting and engraving or incising, twisted perspective, no clear picture of the animal, not identifiable Content: stone […]

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Chapter 16 AP World History Vocabulary

British East India Company Government charted joint-stock company that controlled spice trade in the East Indies after the Dutch Amerigo Vespucci The Italian sailor who corrected Columbus’s mistake, acknowledging the coasts of America as a new world. America was later named after him. Smallpox and Measles The two most deadly diseases that killed more than […]

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U.S history chapter 13

manifest destiny a belief shared by many Americans in the mid-1800s that the United States should expand across the continent to the Pacific Ocean empire of liberty people believed that manifest destiny was to take over Canada, Mexico, Caribbean and Pacific Islands. Stephen Austin led the second and ultimately successful colonization of the region by […]

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Essay Summary of APUSH Chapter 9

Loyalists during Revolution still loyal to British Crown, around 80,000 left America leaving room for rising Patriots Society of the Cincinnati Continental Army officers form elite group on 1783, denounced as pretentious and aristocratic primogeniture first born son receives all of inheritance, these laws changed after revolution Protestant Episcopal Church what the Anglican church reformed […]

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Ap World Histoy

Ottomans Turkic people who advanced from strongholds in Asia Minor during 1350s, conquered large part of Balkans; unified under Mehmed I; captured Constantinople in 1453; established empire from Balkans that included most Arab world. Mehmed II Ottoma sultan called the \”conqueror\”; responsible for conquest of Constantinople in 1453; destroyed what remained of Byzantine Empire. Janissaries […]

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APES Chapter 12 Review

in the middle Most forest resource managers aim to maintain resource populations ________ of the curve maximum sustainable timber yield Many forest resource managers aim to maintain resource populations in the middle because it delivers the ________. mature trees in the top canopy layer If forests are strictly managed according to the maximum sustainable yield […]

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Chem 3 n 4

Greenhouse Effect What is the natural process by which atmospheric gases trap a major portion (80%) of the infrared radiation radiated by the earth? Carbon Cycle What is the movement of carbon through living organisms, the atmophere, the sea and the earth? Industrial Revolution Prior to this key point in eaths atmospheric history large deposits […]

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Unit 3: 1920’s

18th Amendment banned the sale and drinking of alcohol in the United States / put into effect in 1919 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote / 1920 21st Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment that banned the sale and drinking of alcohol in the United States Al Capone the most well-known gangster of the […]

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Challenger explosion

What day the space shuttle explode? January 28,1986 What caused the explosion? The outer layer broke off How many people died ? 7 crew members including a school teacher What was the school teachers name that died? Christa Mcauliffe What is a space shuttle? The worlds first reuse able spacecraft. What was the space shuttle’s […]

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Action Research Chapter 1-4

positivism idea that we can explain natural phenomenon using science , we can measure phenomenon; \”All behaviors and events are orderly and have discoverable causes\” variables factors (internal or external) that might affect the outcomes of study; the particular things that you are examining (i.e. self-efficacy, can be outside influences, canon sounds); characteristic of your […]

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EALC 145G FINl

Qin Empire and unification of China Terra Cotta Warrior King Zheng- set up the capital in Xianyang and proclaimed himself Quin Shihuangdi He imposed death penalties for reading Book of Songs and Classic of History Qin was the first empire to unite china, and did so under a standard system This is there first time […]

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SPED 370: Overview

D According to the APA, in order to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, an individual must meet each of these criteria EXCEPT A) clinically significant, persistent defects in social communication and interactions B) restricted, repetitive pattern of behavior, interests, and activities C) symptoms must be present in early childhood D) evidence of echolalia, a […]

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Rel 231

encounters with ultimate reality may be called: (A) ecstatic communion (B) gnosis (C) self-knowledge (D) All of the above All of the above buddhist monks are called ……. and buddhist nuns are called (monks) Bhikshus and (nuns) bhikshunis List the four sights that siddhartha witnessed aged-man, sick, corps and monk Religious rituals may involve: (a) […]

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U.S History Since 1877( final)

The immediate cause for American entry into World War I was the German resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare. By 1915, the Central Powers consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria. Which of the following statements most accurately describes changes in the lives of Mexican Americans during World War I? Political instability in Mexico caused many […]

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Social Psych Chapters 1-3

After breaking up with your boyfriend, you imagine that you would still be with him if you had treated him more considerately. This is an example of counterfactual thinking. According to a study by Burger and Pavelich (1994), voters were more likely to attribute the outcome of an election to the _______ the day after […]

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Social Contradictions and Tensions

Gender inequality Does not only happen to girls but also boys; stereotypes the capabilities due to gender Class Struggle Tension between the rich and poor; exists until now Terrorism use of violence; against the government Armed conflict armed forces; usually because of poverty, inequality and religion Interethnic conflict dominant and minority Protest simplest form of […]

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Chapter 17- Government

Social security A contributory welfare program into which working Americans contribute a percentage of their wages and from which they receive cash benefits after retirement Medicare A form of national health insurance for the elderly and the disabled. Indexing Periodic process of adjusting social benefits or wages to account for increases in the cost of […]

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Social Exchange Theory (BB)

The Theory at a Glance -social behavior often involves social exchanges where people are motivated to attain some valued reward for which they must forfeit something of value. -we seek profits in our exchanges such that rewards are greater than costs. -we are disturbed when there’s not equity in an exchange or when others are […]

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UNIT 6 SOCIAL STRATIFICATION

Social Stratification The ranking of individual or categories of people on the basis of unequal access to scarce resources and social rewards Social Inequality The unequal sharing of social rewards Caste Is a system in which scarce resources and rewards are distributed on the basis of ascribed statuses (closed) Endogamy Marriage within one’s group Exogamy […]

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