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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What action helped mold the Puritan generation's distinct personality?
2. What is age-determined participation in in epochal events that occur during a lifecycle?
3. Who are the dominant generations during a social moment?
4. In each constellation, what do the peer personalities each possess?
5. What were the ages of the G.I. Generation on Pearl Harbor Sunday?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the "settlement movement"?
2. As America entered an Inner-Driven era in 1905, how did attitudes towards Lost city kids change?
3. Why does the Awakener life cycle of the Revolutionary Cycle read like a prophecy?
4. What kind of childhood did Reactive generations have?
5. Define the fallacy of cohort-centrism.
6. Describe Reactives in an inner-driven era.
7. How did the young Adaptive generation of those under 18 years respond to the Colonial Cycle?
8. What was the 13er generation's attitude toward domestic activity during the Millennial Cycle?
9. What happened to academic grades during the Millennial Cycle?
10. How is Gallows Hill near Salem, Massachusetts significant?
Essay Topic 1
Explain specifically the behavior and attitudes of the midlife phase of the Awakener lifecycle during the Revolutionary Cycle? Who were its leaders? What were their attitudes towards religion and politics?
Essay Topic 2
Using the Figure 2-2 table, thoroughly explain three lifecycle fallacies. How do these fallacies give an inaccurate view of the lifecycle?
Essay Topic 3
With their passing, the Transcendentals left America an enduring projection of their peer personality. How specifically did Transcendentals affect American thought and behavior for years to come.
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