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Week 1 Notes Psio 202

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Human Anatomy and Physiology 202 Lecture and Lab
Dr. Eric Price and Dr. Eugene Settle
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Deidra Ollie on Tuesday July 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Psio 202 at University of Southern Mississippi taught by Dr. Eric Price and Dr. Eugene Settle in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views.

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Date Created: 07/26/16
The Great War (WWI) Names to remember: Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand Graville Princeps Items to remember: The “Blank Check” (if Austria decides to go after Russia, Germany has their back) o Germany to Austria-Hungary Schlieffer Plan **Natural Belgium August 4- Britain declared war Relatively new but improved war technology o Barbed wire o Machine guns o Heavy artillery (the great killer of WWI) o Railroads o Submarines o Trench warfare New war items o Airplanes o Tanks o Chemical agents Gas automobiles were used to give goods to soldiers New phrases with changing meanings o “over the top”  If a soldier is in a trench, an officer will give you an order to get out (even if it meant you will die) o “shell shock”  PTSD or psychological brain injury Central powers o Austria-Hungary o Germany o Ottoman Empire o Bulgaria Allies o Serbia (entered the war by being attacked by Austria-Hungary) o Russia o Belgium (entered the war by being attack by Germany) o France o Great Britain o Japan o 1915- Italy o 1917- U.S. o Others along the way French and British weak line were the Russians The Goal of the War o Knock France out to prevent Franco-Prussian War New Imperialism (Neo-Colonialism): 1870-1914 In older colonial periods, people went to new lands to have a new life New imperialism largely coincides with 2 ndIndustrial Revolution Africa is a place to see New Imperialism affects more clearly Causes of Neo-Imperialism (Race for Empire) 1. Social Darwinism (sense of national competition)  Herbert Spencer 2. “White Man’s Burden” (negative approach)  Those who possess: Advance medicine Advance technology Advance political experience Advance civilization/culture  Have a responsibility to life up others in human race 3. Missionary “imperialism”  Missionaries suggest/demand cultural changes among conversant (what to say, wear, etc.) 4. Economic Imperialism 5. “Mahanism” a.k.a. Big Navy  Need for coaling stations  Help stimulate race for empire with bad timing


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