* 1Success? Measure: # of times UN has success. intervened in situation, progress in the area; security issues—evolution from ceasefires(keep status quo in Israel 1948 when Arabs attack) to coercive action(Korea, 1950, breach of peace, authorized military) to peacekeeping(1956, Suez Canal, using Uniting 4 Peace Res. For UNEF as buffer) to Cold War lull to many op’s since CW end (Gulf War); respons. to protect; transformation to peacebuilding (Peacebuilding Commission in Sierra Leone after UNAMSIL made region stable) * 1Failure? Development- “center” vs. “periphery”, WTO/GATT(gen. agree. Tariff/trade) holding free trade up (export-heavy developings), Western nations not wanting to pay for foreign aid (SUNFED no monetary support, programs fail if not voluntarily given $); failure of New Intl Econ Order by G77; HR- better, with IBHR (I. Cov. Of C/P & ESC,76), but still lack of action when costs too much (Rwanda, Darfur/not Europe) * 2Mixture- UN defends developing states’ sovereignty at times(Kuwait, Trusteeship), but generally developing nations’s sov. is undermined (Haiti has UN-MIH/SMIH/TMIH, MIPONUH); nonforcible sanctions also tell countries that they can’t make decisions for themselves(Iraq, South Africa arms embargo/econ. Sanct); developed, strong nations aren’t affected (US, West Europe how many missions?) * 3Outside- Sec- not as reliant, but UN does need funding/troops/civilians for peacekeep ops, UN codifies many norms as intl law, but some aren’t (Geneva); HR/Dev- reliant; need voluntary $ for UNDP, gets help from NGO’s (Red Cross, Human Rights Watch), codifies and affirms other treaties * 4/5- Congo Free…
Fatuous(foolish) Love- passion + commitment
Romantic Love-Intimacy + Passion
Consummate Love-Intimacy + passion + commitment
Altruism- helping others without personal fain or with personal costs
Bystander Intervention- the study of situational variables related to helping a stranger, most notably the decreased likelihood of helping as the number of bystanders increases
Aggression- the conscious intent to harm another
Comorbidity-the presence of two or more disorders in the…
Pol. Theory Final
1) Death of God- The meaning of the phrase is often misunderstood- many have interpreted that Nietzsche believed in a literal death or end of God. Instead, the line points to the western world’s reliance on religion as a moral compass and source of meaning. Nietzsche expresses a fear that the decline of religion and the absence of a higher moral authority to give order to society and meaning to life the world would plunge into chaos. Without religion (God)…
PLS 101 Exam 4 Study Guide Dr. Pybas
Exam time and date: 1:15-3:15, Tuesday, December 13
Ch. 10 – Public Opinion
1. What is public opinion?
What the public thinks
2. What is a poll? What is random sampling and why is it important? What is sampling error?
Public opinion poll: nothing more than scientific efforts to measure public opinion.
Random Sampling: one doesn’t overrepresent any portion of the population and whose responses can therefore be…
Final Exam Study Guide
Test Date: April 30, 2013 @ 9:00am. The door will be locked at 9:00am.
Test will contain questions covering all lectures, articles and the textbook (chapters 1-16)
Part I: Multiple Choice (10 questions at 4 points each)
The following is a list of terms that will be found Part I of the exam. Bolded terms refer to questions taken primarily from the textbook:
War of 1812…
Anthro Final Exam Study Guide
Worldview: (1)naturalized ideas- set of unique ideas, stem from social norms (2) shared cultural concepts- ingrained, taken for granted, “common sense” (3) attitudes and values- natural, inherent, universal; culturally based attitudes (4) anth. define this concept as a way of viewing other people and the world; giving meaning to beliefs and behaviors; naturalized concepts that orient peoples’ ways of thinking about themselves and the world.
Religion: (1) ideas/feelings…
Study Guide – Final Exam, 3rd Section Lecture Material – PSYC 4030, Fall 2011, Dr. Lane
Secrets of the Psychics Video
How did James Randi demonstrate to the college students that they could be fooled by “individualized” horoscopes?
What did James Randi demonstrate about how “psychic surgery” could be performed?
What did James Randi point out what was wrong with the design of previous parapsychology experiments carried out by the Russian scientists?
This is the section where a psychic…
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FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Following are details concerning the three sections of the final exam, each with sample questions and varying responses with critical explanation.
I. Quote Identification: Answer the questions that follow each passage. (80 pts)
This section will present 10-12 passages from the texts we’ve read throughout the semester and ask two questions concerning each one—a question that asks you to identify the writer, novel, and/or character…
Final Exam Review
The final exam will cover the last 6 lectures. The exam will consist of 50 multiple choice questions (2 points each) for a total of 100 points.
The questions highlighted in gray are new additions to the exam review
Pregnancy (9 questions)
Are pregnant women more or less active than non-pregnant women?
Is it generally safe to exercise while pregnant? For ALL women? Give a few example of when it is not safe to be physically active during pregnancy.
MGMT410 Final Exam Study Guide
YOU MAY WANT TO PRINT THIS GUIDE.
1. The Final Exam is open book, open notes. The maximum time you can spend in the exam is 3 hours, 30 minutes (the clock counts down your time in the upper right corner of the page). If you have not clicked the Submit for Grading button by then, you will be automatically exited from the exam. You can only access the exam once, so be ready to take it when you log in to it.
2. Click the Save Answers button in the exam frequently…