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Four Worlds of History
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Initial Launch May 27, 2015 This Edition May
27, 2015 draft / incomplete Slide Count 21
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Four Worlds of History
What are the foundations of American Society?
Table of Contents ? Main Items Issues
Social Science Factors clarifying the purpose
priorities of the 4W model
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What is the American promise? Different
phrasing, same question
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How is the American Dream possible?
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How is freedom possible?
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Four Worlds of History
Social Science Factors
basic factors of the human condition
that are important to recognize
regardless of how they are described
AND that are important to recognize
when they are missing
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Social Science Factors
Identifying factors, relating factors, and
determining the most important" factors
is the science of the social sciences.
social sciences
the science
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Four Worlds of History
Social Science Factors
The absolute PRIORITY of the 4W model
purposeful
meaningful
relevant
critical elements of being student-centered
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Four Worlds of History
Social Science Factors
The absolute PURPOSE of the 4W model
student-driven analysis
toward
independent critical thinking
critical elements of being student-centered
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What is the American promise?
Political World Economic World
Social World Cultural World
What is American society based on?
What factors dynamics are the foundation of
American society?
factors
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What is the American promise?
Political World Economic World
Social World Cultural World
The American Dream
prosperity
rights
freedom
land of opportunity
mobility
equity
equal opportunity
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8
9
How is the American Dream possible?
Political World Economic World
Social World Cultural World
The American Dream
prosperity
rights
freedom
land of opportunity
mobility
equity
equal opportunity
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How is the American Dream possible?
Political World Economic World
Social World Cultural World
prosperity
stability
order
rule of law
the
production
free
physical
institutional
distribution
infrastructure
market
? energy
? finance
? education
? transportation
? health
? communication
land of opportunity
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How is freedom possible?
Political World Economic World
Social World Cultural World
rights
freedom
tolerance
protest
social movements
values
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Notes
  • What makes freedom possible?
  • Freedom i.e. rights, choices is based on
    respect tolerance.
  • ? respect for others well-being
  • ? tolerance for others beliefs and practices
  • We must fight for our freedom? is based on the
    reality that some others will limit our
    freedom/rights either because
  • ? it is to their advantage (oppression)
  • ? they disagree that it is a right (morally or
    ethically wrong)
  • What is the nature of democracy?
  • Democracy is the equal distribution of power
    i.e. legal authority to determine which rights
    we will give each other.
  • ? We decide based on majority rule, but we
    acknowledge minority rights.
  • ? Minorities opinions, beliefs, practices
    must often push for more rights because of
    advantages (privileges) that accumulate to the
    majority
  • The constitution allows the evolution of
    rights/freedom
  • ? At any given time in American history, the
    balance between our different beliefs will shift
    and change the freedom/rights we give each other.

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In a democracy
individuals have power
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In a democracy
individuals have power
How did these four women help stop a genocide?
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In a democracy
individuals have power
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In a democracy
the power of individuals
works both ways
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In a democracy
the power of individuals
CBS 60 Minutes Campaigning for ISIS in the West
http//www.cbsnews.com/news/recruiting-for-isis-6
0-minutes/ 14 min 01 sec
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In a democracy
the power of individuals
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Challenge
CBS 60 Minutes Campaigning for ISIS in the West
-- http//www.cbsnews.com/news/recruiting-for-isi
s-60-minutes/ 14 min, 1 sec
From the interview with Anjem Choudary, a
British-born lawyer turned Islamic preacher, cite
statements he makes to determine where he lands
the Option C continuum.
After placing Anjem Choudary, also cite evidence
to place
? Malala Yousafzai
? Abraham Lincoln
? Yourself
Option C continuum is part of Evolution of
Ideas Equality http//usc-calis.net/db/search.ph
p?searchA-B-CcontinuumseriesSubmitSearch
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Four Worlds of History a project of the Center
for Active Learning in International
Studies UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Four
Worlds analytical framework developed by Steven
Lamy, Professor of International Relations,
USC Four Worlds of History adapted by Teresa
Hudock, Director, and Sandy Line,
Associate CALIS, USC
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Four Worlds of History Center for Active
Learning in International Studies School of
International Relations UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
For more information, contact Teresa
Hudock calis_at_usc.edu 213-740-7794
Classroom materials are available free online at
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