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    Roughly around the first century C.E, Northern China was ruled by the Han Dynasty. This Dynasty promoted a philosophy that was based off of Confucianism through their own government. Confucianism was built around social order and peace through patriarchy. Majority of the time men were the only gender to have a say in government. North Chinese women were always left out of their beliefs in community. Their role was to honor her husband and take care of the house chores and to reproduce. North China was a society that followed a patriarchy way of life. The government relied on the relationship of husband and wife to make themselves look like a successful society. Patriarchy was a way that the community functioned. You had the higher government officials at the top and the women and children at the bottom. The men were often right above women as they were the ones controlling them in the…

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    In fact, the Middle Shang spans from the 15th-13th century B.C., featuring pottery with a yellowish-brown glaze (Shangraw, 383). On the other hand, the Late Shang period spans from the 13th-11th century B.C. and features a more brownish-green glaze. Clearly examining pottery under the umbrella of the long timeline of Shang Dynasty is difficult, as there are many subtle changes over time, not to mention the fact that “ceramic tradition associated with China spans seven millennia” (Shangraw, 382).…

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    INTRODUCTION Dana Point is a city between Los Angeles and San Diego in southern California, but is best known for its harbor. Just north of the harbor lies a rocky beach with large cliffs only tens of meters from the sea, depending on tide level. Cliffs along the coast of southern California are prone to landslides due to their rock composition (mostly sedimentary) and high erosion rates from the sea but become increasingly stressed from overlying man-made structures and landscaping practices.…

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    It truly moved China from its antiquity into the high middle ages. Many parts of China’s identity started to develop here. The cultural rise of Buddhism forever changed the region. China went from being an empire based on the yellow river into one that was had broad cultural identity from the mouth of the pearl in Guangzhou to the reaches of Manchuria at Beijing. The major split in Chinese culture turn from one of east and west to one of north and south. Women started to be a major cornerstone…

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    South vs. North The north and the South’s culture are defiantly more different than you would think. The economy of the south was mainly all about farming unlike the north. The North’s economy was farming and factories. The transportation between the two places was almost exactly the same. The society to the north is not as you would think. The south society was different than the north by a big difference. The north and South’s cultures are close but not to close. The south had a hard time…

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    bottom. The north, however, had their own number of different situations going on. For instance, the northern economy became increasingly industrialized, even though majority of the northerners had started out as farmers. The northern people were also decidedly unhappy in regards to the immigrants that came to the west in search of fertile land and jobs, and eventually they began to form anti-immigrant groups. The rapidly growing population and animosity contributed greatly to the scores…

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    North and South The North and South; even though they were part of the same country, were very different places one was in the process of becoming an industrial powerhouse while the other was stuck in the past. Economy The North and South has vastly different economies. The North was caught up in the industrial revolution it began to use primarily use machines for almost everything. It developed a thriving industry of textile, iron, and steel production along with large connected railways…

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    more affectionate about the South than the North because the South is his home and it is where he feels most comfortable and so far his only experiences in the North, that he documents, are bad ones, the cold winters and the absence of familiarity (Rucker). To the narrator the south is a representation of being home, with loved ones, essentially being free of troubles and worries. He tells the story of his journey home and hope for reuniting with the love of his life. This is probably why the…

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    Tulelake is a city in the Northeastern Siskiyou County of California and has a population of 1010. Tulelake was named after Tule Lake, which is a picturesque 7,400 acre local lake that is remote and self-sustained by farming. Sadly, 72 years ago, Tule Lake was home to a segregation center that began the wholesale imprisonment of Japanese American's. The Tule Lake Concentration Camp was one of the most infamous of all the internment camps as the No'No Boys refused to participate in the…

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    Two Cultures, Major Conflicts Ever since the formation of the United States of America, the North and the South followed different paths. By the mid 1800s, the differences between the two regions were so pronounced that many observers felt like the country was home to two distinct cultures. The North was becoming more and more industrial and dedicated to free labor and immigration. Many Northerners committed themselves to chasing the American dream of the poor man working hard, making a home…

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