SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

When fourteen-year-old Esmail was crowned shah in the 1500s, he made Shiism the official religion, which resulted in significant violence when his subjects who were of another religion opposed. Of what religion were most of his subjects

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Answer: When fourteen-year-old Esmail was crowned shah in the 1500s, he made Shiism the official religion, which resulted in significant violence when his subjects who were of another religion opposed. Most of his subjects were of the Sunni religion.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Which statement about supercell storms is false? A. A supercell storm can produce some of the most violent weather conditions on Earth.
B. A supercell storm occurs only during the winter months.
C. A supercell storm is characterized by rotating updrafts.
D. A supercell storm can develop into a self-sustaining, extremely powerful storm.

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I think it is B . Supercell storms only occur in winter months
HIGH SCHOOL

With regard to skepticism, Hume thinks that__________.

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Answer:

With regard to skepticism, Hume thinks that it is a way of understanding philosophical activity, which finds its limits in experience and has a critical utility against dogmatism. For the author, skepticism is a powerful criticism of knowledge, and a defense for reflection and tolerance.

Explanation:

Rationalism affirmed that the source of knowledge was reason and empiricism held that experience is the origin and limit of knowledge.

Skepticism is a philosophical current that consists in doubting the validity and legitimacy of human knowledge. The way in which it is done is by making arguments with the aim of breaking down any truth claim.

Hume argues that in the idea of causality what is reflected is the weight of habit and expectation. Hume's skepticism, by eliminating the principle of causality, raises doubts in the whole of experimental science. It is an invitation to think that in all the principles of knowledge we can find the illusions of imagination and habits.  We can say that Hume's skepticism is based on affirming that experience is the origin of knowledge, and that therefore, knowledge is limited by experience itself.

HIGH SCHOOL

Dana and Tyler are both committed to their relationship, and neither feels particularly enticed to stray from their significant other, as neither finds anyone more attractive than they find each other. The model of relationships suggests that they are likely to remain happily committed to their relationship. A) True
B) False

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Answer:

That statement is false

Explanation:

Model of relationships suggests that Commitment in relationship tend to last longer when each partners accepted all positive and negative attributes that each other have (both physically and psychologically).

Dana and Tyler relationships do not possess this attribute. They Do not stray from each other only because neither finds anyone more attractive than they find each other. There is a huge risk in Dana and Tyler's relationship because their commitment could easily broke apart if any of them suddenly encounter a more attractive person than their current partner in the future.

HIGH SCHOOL

Josephine wants to stay at home and finish her school work. When her best friend, Katie, calls her to go to a mall, Josephine obliges to Katie's request to avoid a conflict. In this scenario, Josephine's response is called _____.

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Answer:

In this scenario, Josephine's response is called placating.

Explanation:

Placating is a way of responding to a person in order to be in terms of agreement with him or her. In this case Josephine accepted an invitation without really wanting to do it, but to pleaced her friend and to avoid giving a negative response.

A person can responde in differnt ways, and it is not always in correspondance with what that person really wants.

COLLEGE

Why do you think some neighborhoods are more crime ridden than others? do you think it is the people living there or something about the neighborhood? why?

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High criminality rates within a neighborhood are directly related to the social gap there is between them and other higher status neighborhoods, within the same region.

It's not a coincidence that the ones where there is more crime, are usually in the peripheric area of a city. It's an inevitable structural consequence of the cities' growth process. Long ago, when the big cities were still being born, the best places to live were given to the nobles, the privileged part of the population, to settle, usually close to the commercial center (what grew to be nowadays' downtown).

While the rest of the population (the less privileged) were to occupy the surrounding areas. Evidently, this part of the population left to live at the margins would have lesser conditions to enjoy their basic social rights (access to education, health care, leisure, mobility to work, etc.), which back then were given very less importance to. And therefore, they would need more attention from the public authorities to secure those rights.

If you project this through the decades, with the natural exponential increase of the population, this disparity between regions only gets worse. And simultaneously, the transit of information and people became much easier with technology, so those in poorer conditions would have the means to know the lifestyle of those in better conditions, although unreachable for them.

At last, it's only natural for the underprivileged to desire at least a small fraction of what those with better social standards have, for themselves. And since the easiest way to achieve such, is through stealing, the crime rates rise where these people live.

COLLEGE

When do you feel you are more likely to make decisions rationally instead of emotionally?

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Answer: When the mind is unbiased

Explanation: Making rational decisions requires one to be unbiased either as a result of religious, racial or gender influence. It also requires one to be in the right frame of mind at the time of making the decision. Emotional decisions could occur if one's judgment is influenced by religious, cultural or social inclination or sympathy towards a particular group. It could also stem from one's present state of mind at the time the judgment is passed, hence making one's judgment more of emotional than rational.

In other to make rational decisions one should be in the right frame of mind, free from external influences which could induce bias into one's decision.

HIGH SCHOOL

According to Cranach, which of the religions shown is the "true religion"?

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According to Cranach, Protestantism is the true religion.

Explanation:

Lucas Cranach was the famous painter and printmaker. He used to convey religious concerns through his art.

Protestantism was originated during 16th century Reformation. It is the second-largest form of Christianity. An individual is said to be protestant if they don’t follow Catholic, Anglican or Eastern Church. Protestantism is a form of Christian faith and practice and is one of the three major branches of Christianity, along with Catholicism and Orthodoxy.

HIGH SCHOOL

Which core value for social psychologists requires a commitment to gathering and evaluating information about the world in as careful, precise, and error-free a manner as possible?

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Answer:

Accuracy

Explanation:

This is the situation at which results, findings, calculations, conclusions conform to an authorized standard.

Answer: Accuracy

Explanation: Social psychology is a set of values and the several methods that can be used to study an array of topics. Accuracy is one of the core values that requires a commitment to gathering and evaluating information in a careful, precise and error-free manner.

HIGH SCHOOL

Prison sentences for two or more criminal acts, served simultaneously and that run together are called

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Those are concurrent sentences.
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