THESE ARE JUST EXAMPLE QUESTIONS FROM A PREVIOUS EXAM PAPER
1) Why were the stereotypes of marginal groups so similar?
2) Account for the different treatment of immigrant groups in the early modern period.
3) When, and for what reasons, did the attitudes towards the Jews begin to change?
4) Why were gypsies persecuted?
5) Why was prostitution no longer viewed as "necessary evil" in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries?
7) Did disease continue to marginalise people in the early modern period?
8) Was there religious toleration by 1800?
9) Which posed the greater threat, the outsider or the deviant insider?
IF YOU FEEL YOU CAN ANSWER THESE OR PROVIDE ME WITH BULLET POINTED NOTES
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under review with the history major in my group. We
call our brain trust Binary Star. We are analyzing
your question and will report back within the hour as
to what portions we think we can give you some expert
help with as we know you are in a time crunch for some
results. Rebecca went to Creighton University and has
some experential insight regarding Jesuit sects, she
is a whiz when it comes to internet searches, and
writing materials at a drop of a hat. As well as being
a history major, Rebecca has her degree in Physics and
a measured IQ in the 150's. Many of these questions
regard religious culturual presuppositions about these
groups and she has studied that in depth in both
academic religious study courses as well as women's
Upon our further feed back, we would like to check out
part or all of this problem set and have it assigned
as a block to our brain trust ...
The expert examines the social pariahs modules. The stereotypes of marginal groups similarities are determined.