Ruth Jones

City: Greenville, South Carolina
University: University of South Carolina-Beaufort

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Assessments Ch 4

1. State the purpose of the complete health history. To collect subjective data and combine it with objective data from the physical examination and diagnostic tests. Ill person’s history includes a detailed, chronological record of the health person. All history’s include abnormal symptoms, health problems and concerns. Parts of a health history 1. Biographical data […]

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govt 2306 final: weatherford college

In what way does the Defense of Marriage Act complicate the gay, lesbian, and transgendered battle for equal rights? Select one: a. It defines what marriage is and is not. b. States do not have to recognize same-sex marriages. c. States do not have to recognize same-sex marriages from other states. d. All of the […]

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Apush turning points in history

1763 1st treaty of Paris 1776 Declaration of Independence 1789 Constitution was adopted 1800 Election of Jefferson 1803 Louisiana purchase 1814 Treaty of Ghent 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe hidalgo 1861 Bombing of fort Sumter 1865 Lincoln assassination 1877 End of reconstruction 1914 Completion of the Panama Canal 1919 End of WW1 1929 Stock market crash […]

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Biology Chapter 15: Tracing Evolutionary History

stromatolite Layered rocks that result from the activities of prokaryotes that bind thin films of sediment together. radiometric dating A method for determining the absolute ages of fossils and rocks, based on the half-life of radioactive isotopes. geologic record A time scale established by geologists that divides Earth’s history into time periods, grouped into three […]

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Period 4 AP World History

Absolutism A political system in which a ruler has complete power and authority. Astrolabe Instrument used to determine latitude by measuring the position of the stars Atlantic Slave Trade the buying, transporting, and selling of africans for work in the americas Balance of Power distribution of military and economic power that prevents any one nation […]

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Socio Module One Questions

T-F: The sociological perspective reveals the truth of the \”common sense\” beliefs we tend to take for granted. True T-F: The structural functional, social conflict, and symbolic interaction approaches are the three basic theoretical approaches in sociology. True T-F: Gender Blindness is the problem of failing to consider the importance of gender in sociological research. […]

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America’s History 8th Edition Henretta Chapter 17 Key Terms

Homestead lockout Lockout of workers at the Homestead, Pennsylvania, steel mill after Andrew Carnegie refused to renew the union contract. management revolution An internal management structure adopted by many large complex corporations that distinguished top executives from those responsible for day-to-day operations and departmentalized operations by function. Vertical integration business model in which a corporation […]

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Chapter 53 (Final Exam)

population ecology explores how biotic and abiotic factors influence density, distribution, size, and age structure of populations For example, the number of loggerhead turtle hatchlings that survive their first journey to the ocean is affected by both biotic and abiotic factors Biological processes influence… DDD population density, dispersion, and demographics population a group of individuals […]

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America’s History 8th Edition Henretta Chapter 16 Key Terms

Transcontinental Railroad The railway line that connected the Central Pacific and Union Pacific lines. Protective Tariff A tax or duty on foreign producers of goods coming into or imported into the United States. Treaty of Kanagawa Treaty that allowed American ships to refuel at 2 ports in Japan. Burlingame Treaty Treaty that guaranteed the rights […]

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Modern World History Question

Old Regime social and political system of France in the 1770s estates Three large social classes Louis XVI the king of france from 1754-1793.He picked ability to make descisions and determination. Marie Antionette Queen of France,she was unpopular because she had the best dresses and gambled much money away Estates General an assembly of representatives […]

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American History Chapter 8

How did british viewers view jeffersonian society? with contempt settlers at the time were in search of opportunity a lot had changed since the revolution false african americans repped how much of the population one fifth blacks had limited opportunities in the cities and in the west true what fanned disagreement about the spread of […]

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Ch 1: The Study of the History of Psychology

philosophy and physiology The new discipline of psychology was the product of the union of these two disciplines. International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences This organization was founded in 1969 Last quarter of the nineteenth century Time period in which Psychology became an independent discipline Relationships among ideas, theories, and […]

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Elementary Visual and Performing Arts Methods

Characteristics of Artful Teachers • Enthusiasm for engaging and stretching all students through the arts • Desire to learn new research, theories, and methods related to the arts • Passion about the power of the arts to transform student learning • Flexibility to change schedules and materials and take advantage of teachable moments • Openness […]

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Nevada School Law for Teachers Chapter 2

Teachers are required to maintain …? Teaching Licenses The Nevada Department of Education issues…? teaching licenses Tenured and Postprobationary teachers protections under the 14th amendment are called Due Process Nevada has extended due process to probationary teachers. (Notify and give a hearing) Pickering v. Board of Education Teachers enjoy a minimally limited First Amendment right […]

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Light Cloze

Light is a visible form of_______ radiation. electromagnetic The sun produces _________________ light, which is a combination of all the colors of light. white Colors can be separated using a device called a _________________. prism A prism uses the property of _________________ which is the bending of light as it passes from one medium to […]

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Hawaii Substitute Teacher Course

What are the 8 essential functions of a substitute teacher? 1. Follow Basic Procedures, 2. Provide for Health and Safety of Students, 3. Comply with Applicable Laws, DOE Policies,Rules and Procedures, 4. Maintain Effective and Positive Classroom Control, 5. Provide Effective Instruction, 6. Exemplify Professionalism of Teaching, 7. Exhibit Adaptability and Flexibility, 8. Communicate Effectively […]

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Social Work 100

Psychologists and other helping professionals work primarily in an office, while social workers often visit clients in their homes as they seek to help improve people’s lives (T/F) true Socialization theory suggests that racism is caused by economic factors (T/F) false Most states require social work licensure or certification (T/F) true Social service workers, regardless […]

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APUSH Chapter 34 Multiple Choice

The \”champion of the dispossessed\”- that is, the poor and minorities- in the 1930s was? Eleanor Roosevelt In 1932 Franklin Roosevelt campaigned on the promise that as president he would attack the Great Depression by? experimenting with bold new programs for economic and social reform The phrase \”Hundred Days\” refers to? the \”lame duck\” period […]

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Informative Essay on APUSH Unit 6

6. Of the following, which was the most importance cause of agrarian discontent in the Unites States in the last quarter of the nineteenth century? The feeling that the railroads were exploiting the farmers. 17. Which of the following would have been most likely to support the presidential campaign of William Jennings Bryan in 1896? […]

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PSYC 313 Chapter 1 (Exam 1)

Development Pattern of movement or change that begins at conception and continues through the human life span. Normative History – Graded Influences Life span perspectives that are common to people of a particular generation because of historical circumstances. (Example: World War II) Normative Age – Graded Influences Life span perspectives that are similar for individuals […]

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PSYC 2314 Chapter 12 Quiz

According to the concept of androgyny shift, during midlife people begin to adopt some the gender traits associated with the opposite sex Which of the following is true regarding children’s knowledge of sex and reproduction Children’s level of understanding is linked to their cognitive development Regarding sexuality during old age sexual activity is most common […]

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Social Protest and Social Movements

Rhetoric the rationale of instrumental, symbolic behavior; the use/manipulation of symbols to adjust ideas to people and people to ideas. Expressive Behavior neither intends to nor succeeds in producing social change. Consummatory Behavior is the final step in satisfying a need. Symbolic Behavior has a referential function in which it stands for something else. Arbitrary […]

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