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Econ 213 Midterm Exam
- Answer question # 1 in Part A and select two questions from part B so that you answer three questions in total for the whole exam.
- Do not write down the question (even when answering), just make sure you identify it with the appropriate number.
- Each answer should be started in a new page. Upload just one document containing all responses.
- Each answer should be between 2 and 4 pages long, double spaced and 12 font.
- If you answer more then 3 questions, I will just grade the first 3.
- Deadline is Friday, March 30th by 11:59pm. Late submissions will be heavily
- Plagiarism, even if it is just of one sentence, will lead to a grade of 0 for the exam and a report of the violation to the department (this has severe consequences). Even if you did not commit plagiarism in other questions, I simply won’t grade the whole exam.
- Keep quotations to a minimum (one sentence max, no block quotes/paragraphs) and do cite the source.
Part A: (Required)
- Compare and contrast feudalism and capitalism as different modes of production. For example, in what ways is feudal serfdom similar to the capitalist wage-system? In what ways are they similar?
Part B: Choose only two.
- “The worker becomes all the poorer the more wealth he produces, the more his production increases in power and size. The worker becomes an ever cheaper commodity the more commodities he creates. Thedevaluation of the world of men is in direct proportion to the increasing value of the world of things.” Discuss this statement of Marx from 1844 in light of the theoretical analysis developed in Capital in 1867.
- Why is the distinction between labor and labor power so fundamental in Marx’s analysis of the workings of the capitalist mode of production? How does it compare to mainstream/neoclassical accounts of the distribution of income?
- How does Marx’s theory of commodity fetishism fit into his larger argument about the workings of the capitalist mode of production?
- Explain in your own words Marx’s dialectical method. With respect to other approaches (rationalism, empiricism, etc), what is similar and different in this way of understanding reality?
- Have you ever questioned your sanity or wondered how we know if were normal or abnormal?
- Our brain works in many different ways, and with the power of science we have learned the different qualities of our brains. We’ve came to understand the different disorders people can have and what’s known to be abnormal.
- Abnormalities are hereditary factors
- The three types are x-linked inheritance, defective chromosomes, autosomal
- Sickle-cell anemia is where your body forms red blood cells that are shaped The abnormal blood cells don’t function as well as normal red blood cells.
- Down syndrome is when the 21st chromosome is a full or half copy.
- Anxiety is a condition where you feel extreme fear or is always worried.
- Depression is when a person feels sad and put down. People with depression usually keep to themselves and don’t seem to have energy.
- Stress is known to have effect on a lot of other disorders including depression, and anxiety. There is multiple signs of stress like teeth grinding, being overwhelmed, stuttering, neck and back pain all have things to do with stress in the body.
- Schizophrenia is a mental illness that messes with a persons way of thinking, emotions. It cannot be cured but with treatments it can be controlled. One of the main symptom of this disorder would be hallucinations. Hallucinations are when a person sees and hears things that aren’t actually there and seem extremely real to them experiencing it.
- Antisocial personality disorder are people hate anything dealing with other people, going out in public, and sometimes never will leave their home. Antisocial people can sometimes be aggressive and hard to get along with.
- Borderline personality disorder are people that are very unstable and fear being let down. They have extremely low self esteem and tend to think they’re never good enough. People with this disorder are usually unexpected their emotions and the way they act is never known and can alway change in the split of an eye.
- Anorexia Nervosa is when a person (usually young females) refuse to eat to where their body weight is to an extremely low percentage which can be harmful.
- Bulimia Nervosa is when a person tend to eat excessive amounts of food. They will consume a large amount of food and them will get rid of the food by vomiting.
Our bodies go through many things but have you ever deeply went into thinking about the disorder that are associated with it? Our brain works in many different ways, and with the power of science we have learned the different qualities of our brains. We’ve came to understand the different disorders people can have and what’s known to be abnormal. From the abnormalities in people’s red blood cells to abnormalities in eating disorders and our brains. Getting a deeper grasp on the topic will really make a difference on understanding these disorders.
The paper has to be about the affects of smoking/drugs, and drinking while pregnant. The side you must choose is against it. And it has to have 4 body paragraphs and a counterclaim and rebuttal paragraph.
- Information on Publication and Author:
- Publication: (Author, Title, City, Publisher, Year, # of pages)
- Author: (Overview; Thesis; Discipline; Author’s Qualifications; Other
- Extended Summary (~700 words): (one paragraph for each main theme and its supporting evidences; Quotations)
- Evaluation and Conclusion (~400 words)
– Author’s Message; success or failure?
– Sorts of Evidences; convincing?
– Sorts of Sources; sufficient?
– New Information? Examples?
– Target Audience; recommended?