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AFAM 60 1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
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AM C 11AA. Demonstrate an ability to discuss major historic, literary, artistic, and
social movements in the United States.
B. DEMONSTRATE an ability to write a clear, analytical paper on literary
and artistic models of important American works, read and discussed in
our anthology as well as an understanding ofhistorical events, forces and
movements.
C. IDENTIFY the more important literary and historical personalities,
titles works and movements.
D. ANALYZE historical events and influences; analyze works of literature
and art, relating such works to the social forces which generated them.
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AM C 11BA. Demonstrate an ability to discuss major historic, literary, artistic, and
social movements in the United States.
B. DEMONSTRATE an ability to write a clear, analytical paper on literary
and artistic models of important American works, read and discussed in
our anthology as well as an understanding ofhistorical events, forces and
movements.
C. IDENTIFY the more important literary and historical personalities,
titles works and movements..
D. ANALYZE historical events and influences; analyze works of literature
and art, relating such works to the social forces which generated them.
E. UTILIZE this introductory acquaintance with American history and
literature as background which will enable him to continue his
education in these areas during post-graduate years.
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ASAM 20 When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the history of United States government
policies which impacted immigrant communities from China, Japan,
Korea, the Philippines, and India;
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ECON 10 A. Demonstrate knowledge of the main facts and events of the economic
development of the United States.
B. Demonstrate an understanding of the influence of economic conditions and forces
on the social and political development in the United States.
C. Demonstrate recognition of the connection between current economic and social
problems to past events and circumstances.
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HIST 1 A. Discuss the role of history as a discipline.
B. Evaluate the role of change in history and in twentieth and twenty-first century America.
C. Discuss the impact of the industrialization, urbanization, unionism, and immigration of the 1890s on early twentieth-century America.
D. Demonstrate an understanding of the intellectual underpinnings of American society in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
E. Evaluate the reasons for and the goals, methods, and accomplishments of the Progressive Movement.
F. Analyze the similarities and difference of the two major political parties and of significant third parties during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
G. Identify the reasons for America's involvement in South American and Asian affairs under Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson and the reasons behind America's decision to enter World War I under President Woodrow Wilson.
H. Discuss the status of minorities and women in American society and the quest throughout the twentieth century for equal rights by these groups.
I. Identify the reasons for America's relative prosperity during the early-mid 1920s and its subsequent economic collapse in the period 1929-1933.
J. Discuss the New Deal reform movement of President Franklin Roosevelt.
K. Analyze United States foreign policy during World War II and the impact of that war on American society both during and after World War II.
L. Discuss the reasons for the Cold War and its continued impact on American foreign policy.
M. Analyze the major changes in historical moods in the United States which impacted America's economic, social, and political status from the end of World War II to the present.
N. Discuss the role of the federal courts and the major court cases having significant impact on twentieth and twenty-first century America.
O. Discuss and analyze present day foreign policy decisions and their impact on America
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HIST 9 A. Compare historical changes in the rates and patterns of immigration to the United States and demonstrate their relationship to major political and economic transformations in U.S. history
B. Evaluate and apply the basic models and concepts of immigration and ethnic history, including the "push-pull" model, "uprooted" or "transplanted" people, "chain migration," assimilation, "Americanization," racialization and racial formation, the construction of ethnicity and ethnic identity, cultural pluralism, multiculturalism, and trans-nationalism
C. Compare historical changes in sending countries within the context of global economic transformations and international politics, especially European, Asian, and U.S. imperialism
D. Examine continuities and changes in individual and group motives for migration and choice of destination; distinguish between colonization, voluntary and involuntary immigration, sojourning and circular migration
G. Assess inter-generational conflict and cooperation; ethnic community development and tensions; inter-ethnic rivalry and coalition building
H. Compare occupational categories and strategies for economic survival and upward mobility for selected groups of Asians, Latinos, and Europeans, including the family-wage system, educational opportunities, community organizations, and labor organizing; apply the concept of segmented labor markets to explain occupational choice and discrimination
I. Analyze policies and practices resulting in historically different treatment of selected groups of Asian, Latino and European immigrants in the United States, including immigration and naturalization laws and major court cases
J. Compare changes and continuities in national debates about immigration, ethnic identity, and cultural diversity
L. Interpret and apply course readings, discussions, and assignments to individual and family histories
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HIST 12AA. Identify, discuss, and evaluate the key intellectual, cultural, social, economic, and political factors that comprise the experiences, roles, and contributions of women to United States history from the pre-colonial period through the 1880s.
B. Discuss, explain, and analyze the key similarities and differences in women's
experiences, roles, and contributions across racial, ethnic, and class lines from the pre-colonial period through the 1880s.
C. Analyze historical topics and the causes and consequences of events dealing with the arrival of Native Americans, colonization, the American Revolution, the Great Awakening, early industrialization, democratic reform movements in the antebellum Era, the Civil War and Its Aftermath, Women in the West, organized womanhood and the women's rights movement through the 1880s.
D. Identify, discuss, and analyze how women dissolved the tension between the
restrictions placed upon them as women and efforts to elevate women's position and achieve equality.
E. Identify, discuss, and analyze women's experiences, roles, and contributions during the antebellum era of reform.
F. Identify, discuss, and analyze the women's rights movement through the 1880s.
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HIST 12BA. Identify, discuss, and evaluate the key intellectual, cultural, social, economic, and political factors that comprise the experiences, roles, and contributions of women to United States history from 1890 to the present.
B. Discuss, explain, and analyze the key similarities and differences in women's
experiences, roles, and contributions across racial, ethnic, and class lines from
1890 to the present.
C. Analyze historical topics and the causes and consequences of events relating to women's paths to power, higher education, working class and immigrant women, the "new woman" and settlements, the Progressive movement, birth control, the 1920s, welfare and the New Deal, World War II, the Cold War and 1950s, the modem women's movement, the equal rights movement, women at the end of the twentieth century to the present.
D. Identify, discuss, and analyze the intellectual, social, cultural, economic, political and legal constraints on women.
E. Identify, discuss, and analyze women's experiences, roles, and contributions during the 1890s, Progressive Era, 1920s, the New Deal, 1950s, the early 1960s and the Great Society, and the end of the twentieth century to the present.
F. Identify, discuss, and analyze the women's rights movement from 1890 to the present.
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HIST 17AA. Identify, discuss and evaluate the key intellectual, cultural, social, economic and political factors in United States history before 1877.
B. Discuss, explain and analyze the key similarities and differences in the
experiences of Americans by gender, race, ethnicity, and class before 1877.
C. Analyze key historical topics such as Native Americans, colonization, racism and slavery, the American Revolution, Republican Motherhood, presidential politics
and political parties, antebellum reform movements, democratization of politics,
western expansion and the Mexican-American War, the Civil War and
Reconstruction.
D. Analyze and explain the causes and consequences of major events including:
colonization, slavery, the American Revolution and adoption of the Constitution,
rise of political parties and 19th-century democratization of politics, antebellum
reform movements, western expansion and the Mexican-American War, the Civil
War, Reconstruction.
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HIST 17BA. Identify the major events and personalities in U.S. history since 1865.
B. Identify and evaluate major political events and trends, including federal-state relations, government regulation of the economy, the power of the President and Executive Branch compared to that of Congress, and important Supreme Court decisions.
C. Identify, discuss, and evaluate the more important cultural, social, artistic, economic, and political aspects of American life as well as the role of the United States in world affairs.
D. Explain the evolution of the U.S. to a position of world power and evaluate U.S. foreign policy with regard to the political, economic, and social development of other nations.
E. Explain major changes in the U.S. economy, especially the transformations form agricultural to manufacturing to service industries.
F. Analyze the relationships between technological and economic changes and their effects on work, family life, and recreation.
G. Discuss, explain and analyze the key similarities and difference in experiences, role, and contributions of Americans across gender, racial, ethnic, and class lines from the end of the Civil War to the present.
H. Compare and contrast major social change movements since 1865 involving women, workers, people of color and gays/lesbians.
I. Compare the development of regions within the United States and analyze the factors for regional variation and convergence over time.
J. Analyze, evaluate and synthesize secondary and primary sources and pose questions about historical objectivity, point of view, and oneself as an actor in history.
K. Analyze historical topics and the causes and consequences of events dealing with Reconstruction, the Trans-Mississippi West, the Industrial Revolution, immigration politics, the Progressive Era, World War I, the 1920's, the Great Depression, World War II, the Civil War; the 1950s; the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson era, the 1960's Reform era, Nixon and Watergate, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, and Obama periods.
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HIST 21 G. List rights guaranteed citizens by the United States Constitution.
H. Differentiate between Jeffersonian and Jacksonian democracy.
J. List guarantees in the Treaty of Guadallupe-Hidalgo.
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HIST 41AA. Understand and appreciate the African cultural heritage in 2this country.
B. Know the contributions that African American people have made to the growth and development of this country.
D. Recognize specific African American ideologies as they have evolved through the history of this country to administer to the special needs of Black people.
E. Identify the many ways in which African Americans have contributed to the
economic development of the United States.
F. Perceive of the ways in ~hich historical interpretations reflect, in some ways, the thoughts and biases of particular "racial" and cultural communities, socioeconomic groupings, etc.
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HIST 41BF. Perceive of the ways in ~hich historical interpretations reflect, in some ways, the
thoughts and biases of particular "racial" and cultural communities, socioeconomic
groupings, etc
E. Identify the many ways in which African Americans have contributed to the
economic development of the United States.
D. Recognize specific African American ideologies as they have evolved through the history of this country to administer to the special needs of Black people.
B. Know the contributions that African American people have made to the growth
and development of this country.
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HIST 45 A. Demonstrate familiarity with the existence of lesbians and gay men
throughout the history of the United States, and the strategies they used for
survival.
B. Explain the terms "social construction" and "essentialism" as they apply to the lesbian/gay history.
C. Analyze the development of gay and lesbian communities in the 20th century, both in visible locations such as Greenwich Village and San Francisco, and also within less visible people of color and working class communities, such as Harlem and Chicago
.D. Identify the major personalities, groups, and events involved in the gay/lesbian/bisexual movements for social change, and the basic programs
of reforms proposed.
E. Understand the major transformations of gay and lesbian movements that
occurred in the 50's 60's, 70's and 80's as a result of new ethnic,
feminist, and organizational concerns.
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LALS 1 E. Analyze the history of Latin American immigration to the U.S. and its social,
economic, cultural and political impact on U.S. institutions (education,
immigration law, labor law, naturalization processes, the welfare and criminal
system, voting and elections).
G. Examine the various motives and contributing factors (eg. Law, social networks,
U.S. foreign policy) to the immigration of Latin Americans to the U.S. and how
these factors impact their choice of destination.
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LBCS 70 2. Detail the main economic and political trends in U. S. history
3. Describe how the United States has been shaped by working people and
has in turn shaped them.
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LBCS 70AD. Interpret the Declaration of Independence, the Revolutionary War and the
Constitution. Appraise the social forces that created them. Compare the
Federalist and Anti-Federalist movements, the social groups they derived
from and the political formations to which they led.
G. Differentiate between the interests of the free labor North and the slave
labor South, including areas of collaboration and conflict. Examine
Abolitionism, the Free Soil Movement, the defense of slavery, tensions in
the West and the coming of war.
J. Assess the successes and failures of working people's attempts
to realize the promise of American democracy by the end of Reconstruction.
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LBCS 70BC. Describe the growth of large business enterprise in the late nineteenth
and early twentieth centuries, the associated growing concentration of wealth,
the rise of the Populist and labor movements in reaction to this and
changes in government policy in response to these various social forces.
D. Illustrate the connections between corporate growth and the beginnings of
an overseas American empire after the Spanish-American War. Contrast
immigration from Southern and Eastern Europe, Asia and Mexico with
migration from rural America to the city.
G. Examine the main causal factors of the Great Depression and the New
Deal, the mass waves of unionization in the Thirties and the development of
government labor and social policy in the Thirties and Forties.
L. Judge working people's success in realizing the promise of
American democracy at the beginning of the Twenty-First century.
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POLS 1 A. Demonstrate an understanding of certain generalizations about politics
concernIng:
1. the impact of political decisions on the general public
2. the process by which political decisions are made
3. the opportunities available to the individual by which he can influence
governmental policy
B. Acquire particular information necessary for the understanding of the above
generalizations, including the ability to:
1. describe the basic structure of American government
2. explain about the major policy issues facing the U.S. today, thus
demonstrating a familiarity with major political problems.
3. discuss current events
4. demonstrate an understanding of the U.S. Constitution and its historical
development, including the application of civil rights and civil liberties
5. describe the relationship between the three branches of government
6. discuss the organization and development of American political institutions
7. demonstrate an understanding of political parties, interest groups, and voting behavior
8. compare and contrast the workings of the U.S. government and the workingsof the California state government.
C. Show progress in the development of certain skills, including:
1. the ability to locate, interpret, and apply information about political
procedures and issues.
2. the ability to analyze and form judgment about political matters on the basis of knowledge of the operation of the political system
3. the ability to analyze political issues so as to see their significance (identify premises, value judgments, and distinguish these from empirical information).
4. the ability to read the newspaper with comprehension and political awareness
5. the ability to identify the relationship of other disciplines and subject areas
and the political process.
D. Develop the ability to appraise for himself the nature, probable effectiveness and desirability of his own future political participation.
E. Identify major political office holders
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POLS 46 A. Discuss patterns of American political participation and the implications ofnonparticipation;
B. Describe the major characteristics of each branch of government, and how each differs from level to level;
C. Identify the major Institutional players, how they get their jobs, what influences their moves, and what they do;
D. Discuss several institutional and public policy problems, the reforms sought, and the reforms, achieved;
E. Discuss the rules relevant to each institution-those that influence player moves,those that give citizens access, and those that distribute power;
F. Analyze the components of influence or power in political action illustrations (case studies);
G. Define several key concepts associated with American government and politics.
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