On arrival he peremptorily sentenced them to a flogging for disrespect and refusal to obey his commands, even though all three were some twenty years his senior. When he ordered them to take off their shirts and lie down to be thrashed, they refused to do so. If we have done something wrong we should be fined. The eldest brother was seized and beaten, but the two younger brothers escaped from the crowd and fled home.
It is also recommended but not required that students take one to three courses in Education Studies in preparation for teacher training. Recommended courses include EDSTand Additional courses might include EDST,, , Course Descriptions for Social Studies Teaching notation if group satisfying: The preliminary core is comprised of 4 section following content requirements in UOTeach.
It is important to note that many of the courses below serve as prerequisites for upper-division courses in the specializations.
Thus, the choices among the preliminary core courses should be made in the context of the necessary prerequisites for the subsequent specialization decision. Must take two courses from the list below. Study of the cultural and environmental factors that make different parts of the world distinct.
Topics include physical regions, settlement patterns, economic development, and urbanization. HIST, Western Civilization SSC Historical development of the Western world; major changes in value systems, ideas, social structures, economic institutions, and forms of political life.
Includes study of imperialism, economic and social relations. Examines relationship of social inequality based on social class, race, and gender to social change, social institutions, and self-identity.
These courses cannot overlap with the courses from Section 1 History are in both sections. We recommend that students select one course from each of the two categories Western and non-Western historybut this is only a recommendation and students may take both courses from the same section if they prefer.
From the first crusade in through early 13th century. British history from the Celts to the 21st century—economic, political, religious, and social change.
HISTFrance. Middle Ages and Reformation — Germany in the Old Regime and Age of Revolution — Modern Germany to present.
History — three courses. Native America, European colonization, colonial development, origins of slavery, Revolution, early Republic. Jacksonian era, expansion, commercial and industrial revolution, slavery, Civil War, Reconstruction. Interaction between the political, social, economic, and ideological environment and the internal structure and activities of business enterprises.
H and level courses with approval from GSS director 4. Economics — Must take Econ and economic nationalism in the United States. Provideevidence to support your analysis Hamilton’s economic policies, conflicting views of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton, George Analyze key ideas of Jacksonian Democracy for their impact on political participation, political parties, and.
During the war, Roosevelt coined the term "Four Powers" to refer four major Allies of World War II, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union and China, which later became the foundation of the United Nations Security Council.
PS / United States Political Economy Examines United States political-economic institutions from a comparative and historical perspective. Topics include rise and fall of mass production, labor and the law, and regional development. The Waltham-Lowell system was a labor and production model employed in the United States, particularly in New England, during the early years of the American textile industry in .
How did the United States address social, political, and economic issues in post WWII Japan? To what extent did Japanese imperialism of Manchukuo incorporate pan-Asianism? Know Your Rights -A Partnership with the ACLU. ; sectional crisis during the presidency of Andrew Jackson created by the Ordinance of Nullification, an attempt by the state of South Carolina to nullify a federal law - the tariff of - passed by the United States Congress; was over the tariff policy of the Fed.