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Karl Marx & Communism

Marxism.  Political Theories for Students, 2002.

Communism.  New Catholic Encyclopedia, 2010.

Socialism and CommunismHistory of World Trade since 1450, 2006.


Technology in the 1930's

1930's: The Great Depression Disrupts AmericaPop Culture of 20th Century America, 2012.

The 1930's Science & Technology: People in the News.  American Decades, 2001.

The 1930's.  Student Resources in Context, 2011.

1930's: TV and RadioPop Culture of 20th Century America, 2012.

1930's: Film and TheatrePop Culture of 20th Century America, 2012.

Architecture in the 1930'sDiscovering US History, 2003.

Historical Context: Brave New WorldExploring Novels, 2003.

The Rise of the AirplaneAmerican Decades, 2001.

Airships in the 1930'sDiscovering US History, 2003.

Streamline Moderne.  American Decades, 2001.

Henry Ford & Mass Production


Henry Ford.  Science & Its Times, 2000.

Model T: the car for the massesScience & Its Times, 2001.

The Development of Mass ProductionScience & Its Times, 2001.


Sigmund Freud & Psychology

Sigmund FreudScience & Its Times, 2000.

Psychoanalysis and Freudian TheoryEncylopedia of Philosophy, 2006.



Types of PropagandaGale Student Resources in Context, 2016.

Propaganda Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy, 2002.

How Propaganda Is UsedGale Student Resources in Context, 2016.

Propaganda and WarsGale Student Resources in Context, 2016.


Vladimir Lenin & Socialism

Vladimir LeninEncyclopedia of Biography, 1998.

Socialism.  International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2008.

Socialism UpdateGale World History in Context, 2015.

Utopian SocialismEncyclopedia of the Age of Industry & Empire, 2006.




Ivan Pavlov & Conditioning

Reinforcement: Positive and NegativeUXL Encyclopedia of Science, 2015.
Pavlov's Classical Conditioning theory is a form of Positive Reinforcement.

Ivan PavlovWorld of Health, 2007.
Pavlov's experiments with dogs formed the basis of his conditioned response theory.


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