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highpoint of Western History. We begin with the French Revolution which introduced the idea of nationalism. The French Revolution was heavily influenced by the Enlightenment which emphasized natural rights, rationality and science. The French Revolution gave birth to nationalism as primary and identity and the belief that society could break with tradition and remake itself on rational/scientific grounds. New Political Ideas Rise of Nationalism Growth of Nation-states/ empires Rise of Democracy/


AP World History UNIT V 1750­1914 Periodization Question: Why 1750 – 1914? 1750 – Start of political revolutions, industrial revolution, capitalism 1914.

highpoint of Western History. We begin with the French Revolution which introduced the idea of nationalism. The French Revolution was heavily influenced by the Enlightenment which emphasized natural rights, rationality and science. The French Revolution gave birth to nationalism as primary and identity and the belief that society could break with tradition and remake itself on rational/scientific grounds. New Political Ideas Rise of Nationalism Growth of Nation-states/ empires Rise of Democracy/


CHAPTER 13. Arab Culture PRISMs? 1.In today’s world, should all cultures be secularized? 2.Can religion be the basis for social law? 3.Have organized.

to eat only halal meat, which has been ceremonially slaughtered in the name of Allah.) Figh is the science of Islamic law. When confronted with questions about how to live in proper/of most elections in Western representative democracies is determined mainly by the campaign financing of political machines, thus greatly nullifying the influence of rank and file voters in elections and political affairs. 6. The main freedom desired by Muslims today is the freedom to confront their own political problems and/


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permanent collection of 693,507 pieces of ancient Chinese artifacts and artworks,making it one of the largest in the world. The collection encompasses over 8,000 years of Chinese history from the Neolithic age to the late Qing Dynasty. Most of the collection are high quality pieces collected by Chinas ancient emperors.The National Palace Museum and Palace Museum, located inside the Forbidden City in the Peoples Republic of China, share the/


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two areas. ● Jarwaharlal Nehru was Indias first prime minister and began to secularize and modernize India. He also made India remained nonaligned during the Cold War. ● His successors continued his policies but were often assassinated because of ethnic/religious tensions. ● Today, India is the worlds largest democracy. Works Cited "About History of China." History of China, China History, Ancient China, Chinese History. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 May 2013.. Armstrong/


These are examples of student posters in a previous class. Note: The class was on more general issues of innovation.

a client’s original idea. The function of such firms is not limited to product design consultation and functionally lends itself to share the same innovative process of R&D labs following the conception of the original product. Figure 6. Showing an Increase in Patents Granted The design consultation nature of these modern firms fills a vacancy in the market for firms to aid larger corporations in innovative product development. As the market/


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are made out of clay, brick, palm, bamboo and mud. Cricket is very popular in India India has many tropical forests India and Nepal are homes to the tallest mountains in the world, the Himalayas More movies are made in India in a year than any other country in the world. The longest river in India is the Ganges river Cows, camels, and even monkeys roam the roads English Hindi How you say/


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say similar in culture. There are some visible parts: architecture, art, cooking, music, language, etc. But the powerful foundations of culture are more difficult to spot: the history of the group of people that hold the culture, their norms, values, basic assumptions about space, nature, time, etc. The iceberg model implies that the visible parts of culture are just expressions of its invisible parts. It also points out, how difficult/


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Issues Pakistan: has fought three wars and disputes control of Kashmir, also at odds over sharing of Indus River water China: shares a militarized border, disputes ownership of portions of Kashmir and claims China gave nuclear power technology to Pakistan Nepal: has strict border policies to keep out Maoist insurgents working to overthrow the Nepalese monarchy Bhutan and Myanmar: want cooperation to keep separatists in Nagaland and Assam from hiding in remove border areas. Bangladesh: supported Bangladesh/


The Human Population and it’s impact. How Has the Human Population Grown Historically A. Early Hunter Gatherers 1. Nomadic, With a Strong Sense of the.

history, traditional societies practically no country today Stage 2 high birth rates, declining death rates, rising growth rates improvements in sanitation (water) and medicine in Europe during Industrial Revolution in developing countries since the 50s/60s much of Africa today, some countries of Asia (Afghanistan, Nepal, etc.) Stage 3 continued decline of death rates, declining birth rates, growth rates decline from high to lower levels change in behavior: adaptation to lower death/


BUDDHISM BUDDHISM …. Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasambuddhassa: Homage to Him, the Exalted, the Worthy, the Fully Enlightened One. To do no evil;

might be too difficult for most to understand: Out of compassion for beings I surveyed the world with the eye of a Buddha, I saw beings with little dust in their eyes and much dust in their eyes, with keen faculties and dull faculties, with good qualities and with bad qualities, easy to teach and hard to teach. The Buddha’s decision to share his teachings out of compassion sets the tone for all/


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that develops. The Himalayas, other mountain ranges, and often bodies of water act as natural barriers that have contributed over centuries to the development of diverse cultures in various areas. Few people live in mountain areas and desert areas Urban areas – developed along coast and rivers – provide trade and travel Most people who live in Southern and Eastern Asian countries- live in the countryside Quality of life in different nation varies greatly Japan- major capitalist/


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history, traditional societies practically no country today Stage 2 high birth rates, declining death rates, rising growth rates improvements in sanitation (water) and medicine in Europe during Industrial Revolution in developing countries since the 50s/60s much of Africa today, some countries of Asia (Afghanistan, Nepal, etc.) Stage 3 continued decline of death rates, declining birth rates, growth rates decline from high to lower levels change in behavior: adaptation to lower death/


From the Headteacher: I have had the pleasure over the past week of meeting with Year 10 students Hadi Farrukh, Caitlin Smith and Alice Agerback, the Jack.

space to see how the team progress further in the competition... Year 12 Computing students win 1 st round of Astro Pi Classics Department Trip to Greece (Easter 2015) A party of 40 students and four teachers spent the first week of the Easter holidays having a fantastic time travelling around Greece. We began in Athens, where we climbed the Acropolis to see the Parthenon, visited the Pnyx (birthplace of democracy) and the/


Chapter 12 The Human Population and it’s impact. How Has the Human Population Grown Historically A. Early Hunter Gatherers 1. Nomadic, With a Strong Sense.

history, traditional societies practically no country today Stage 2 high birth rates, declining death rates, rising growth rates improvements in sanitation (water) and medicine in Europe during Industrial Revolution in developing countries since the 50s/60s much of Africa today, some countries of Asia (Afghanistan, Nepal, etc.) Stage 3 continued decline of death rates, declining birth rates, growth rates decline from high to lower levels change in behavior: adaptation to lower death/


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AND THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM Civics and Citizenship Curriculum Key ideas: How societies and economies operate and how they are changing over time. The ways people, places, ideas and events are perceived and connected. How people exercise their responsibilities, participate in society and make informed decisions? Year 3 History: What is the nature of the contribution made by different groups and individuals in the community? How and why are places similar and different? What would it be like to live in/


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-Reyna reported a shift from fairly limited and stereotypical coverage in the pre-9/11 period to a more comprehensive, inclusive and less stereotypical news presentation. Following the 9/11 attacks, in addition to more frequent and prominently placed references, reporters and editors increased their use of Muslim and Arab-American sources. How the American, Indian and Pakistani press reported? To cite a specific example of how American and South Asian press differed:- The American press/


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pairs of shoes and numerous wigs. When she goes to school, she has to wear a school uniform. Her favourite foods are meat, potatoes, strawberries and peaches. She wants to be a cartoonist when she grows up.” Is Indira poor? “Indira, seven, lives with her parents, brother and sister near Kathmandu in Nepal. Her house has only one room, with one bed and one mattress. At bedtime, the children share the/


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portfolio, as required by the EU-GAP. The training session is also registered in Syslog. A one-day workshop with EU bilateral partners in Vietnam is also scheduled to exchange knowledge and experiences on gender issues in order to enhance the mutual understanding on how to promote gender mainstreaming within the cooperation portfolio of the EU in the country. For more information: PETRECCHIA Sabina (EEAS- HANOI) Iulia.PETRECCHIA@eeas.europa/


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work to harness hydroelectric power Indian rain forests produce hardwoods like sal and teak also bamboo and fragrant sandalwood Bhutan’s and Nepal’s highland forests have pine, fir, softwoods Deforestation is a severe problem causes soil erosion, flooding, landslides, loss of wildlife habitats overcutting has devastated forests in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka Minerals India is fourth in world in coal production, has petroleum, uranium Pakistan, Bangladesh have natural gas/


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Constituent Assembly as the Legislature-Parliament. The president of Nepal has the responsibility to act as the head of the state and guardian of the constitution. The term “government” refers to the center of political authority having the power to govern those it serves. In Nepal, the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister represents the executive system. In Republican Parliamentary democracy, the real storehouse of power is the Cabinet. The Cabinet, functioning on/


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monarchy. 2008 - Maoists won majority in parliament and made former rebel leader prime minister. Maoist opposition agreed to participate in writing new constitution, but divisive issues relating to power sharing and dividing country into ethnic states have obstructed creation of broadly acceptable constitution. The former monarch of Nepal, King Gyanendra, whose removal from power paved the way for the growth of political freedoms and the end of Nepal’s civil war. Since then, former/


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The rights of minorities, the degree to which this exists determines in full, how diverse a society is, since historically a minority has always been subject to majority rule and control. Liberalism offers this, and the new trend in many westernizing and formerly non-democractic monarchial societies is that of going towards a liberal democracy where a republican or contitutional monarchy is the rule. The current uprisings, for example, in Nepal seem to be/


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the mandate of imperialist culture. They articulate versions of Indian history and identity rendering them plural, just ‘legends’ that make up reality, revealing in a post-modernistic way the fictional nature of reality itself. Salman Rushdie The contemporary Indian novel in English In 1980 S. Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children transformed the Indian novel in English in an international phenomenon opening the way to dozens of ensuing literary cases. Indian writers in English before/


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taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.“ Will Durant, American historian, (1885-1981): "India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of Europes languages; she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity; mother, through the village community, of self-government and democracy. Mother India/


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India “Truth alone triumphs”. Present  5,000 year old ancient civilization  325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects  18 official languages  29 states,

taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.“ Will Durant, American historian, (1885-1981): "India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of Europes languages; she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity; mother, through the village community, of self-government and democracy. Mother India/


India “Truth alone triumphs”. Present  5,000 year old ancient civilization  325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects  18 official languages  29 states,

taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.“ Will Durant, American historian, (1885-1981): "India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of Europes languages; she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity; mother, through the village community, of self-government and democracy. Mother India/


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and the most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian ocean on the south the Arabian sea on the south west and the Bay of Bengal on the south east, it shares land borders with Pakistan to the west, China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north-east, and Burma and Bangladesh to the east. In the Indian ocean, India is in the vicinity of Sri Lanka and the Maldives, in addition. India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands shares/


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best. Timocracy: a form of government in which love of honor is the dominant motive of the rulers. Oligarchy: a form of government in which a few people have the ruling power. Democracy: The word democracy comes from the Greek words demos, meaning people, and kratos, which means rule or authority. Is the government of the poor. Tyranny: is a term used throughout history to describe various forms of government by rulers who/


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 Persian  Dravidian  English © T. M. Whitmore Indian Religions Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism origins here (plus Islam and Christianity from elsewhere) An important part of daily life Shared concepts:  Past deeds actively influence future experiences (karma), in accordance with the proper way of living in harmony with natures underlying order (dharma)  A cycle of reincarnation or rebirth, and the potential for liberation from the cycle  Spiritual practices such as meditation/


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/ South Asia/ Indian Subcontinent Subcontinent includes India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan Northern Border- Hindu Kush and Himalayas which limited contact from other areas- helped Indian Civilization develop on its own/combination of Aryan and Dravidian Sanskrit Mahabharata - greatest Indian epic –tells stories of battles between Aryan tribes fighting for power in the area Mix of mythology, history and religion Plot revolves around- Pandavas- –5 royal brothers struggling to get /


India “Truth alone triumphs”. Present § 5,000 year old ancient civilization § 325 languages spoken – 1,652 dialects § 18 official languages § 29 states,

many births the wise seek refuge in me, seeing me everywhere and in everything. Such great souls are very rare.” "Your very nature will drive you to fight, the only choice is what to fight against.” “On action alone be your interest, Never on its fruits. Let not the fruits of action be your motive, Nor be thy attachment to inaction. “ “This is how actions were done by the/


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silent culture because most people are oppressed and don’t want to express their feelings… these tools help people to share ideas and express their feelings so that there really is participation and also democracy.” “Lift up your eyes and look. Who made these stars…?” Isaiah 40:26 Comic-making enables each person in the community to express what matters most to them and to be part of the debate about changing things. Isaiah/


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silent culture because most people are oppressed and don’t want to express their feelings… these tools help people to share ideas and express their feelings so that there really is participation and also democracy.” “Lift up your eyes and look. Who made these stars…?” Isaiah 40:26 Comic-making enables each person in the community to express what matters most to them and to be part of the debate about changing things. Isaiah/


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silent culture because most people are oppressed and don’t want to express their feelings… these tools help people to share ideas and express their feelings so that there really is participation and also democracy.” “Lift up your eyes and look. Who made these stars…?” Isaiah 40:26 Comic-making enables each person in the community to express what matters most to them and to be part of the debate about changing things. Isaiah/


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control over their own actions.  Different conceptions of liberty articulate the relationship of individuals to society in different ways—  these conceptions relate to life under a social contract existence in an imagined state of nature  related to the active exercise of freedom and rights  Understanding liberty involves how we imagine the individuals roles and responsibilities in society in relation to concepts of free will which involves the larger domain of metaphysics Equality  All people within a/


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