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Economics 250 a and b: introduction to statistics. Most of the marks will be awarded to intermediates steps showing how you got your answers: number of
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Economics 250 midterm test 1: answer guide: (a) y = 57 and h = 62. (b) first we need the deviations from the mean: y y. 198 y = 998/2 = 499 and sy = 22
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Answer all four questions in the answer booklet provided. First, 30% do not nd a job within the next few months while the remainder do nd a job. Third,
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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frantz Fanon, Audre Lorde, Class Discrimination

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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Trans-Cultural Diffusion, Louis Althusser, Eurocentrism

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Why do we get uncomfortable with the content or some things that are said in this class being someone of privilege. Thomas kings you"re not the indian
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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Prison Reform, Interracial Adoption, Angela Davis

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Sandra spears strong spirit, fractured identity: an ojibway adoptees journey to wholeness. How to demystify and decolonize the institution of transraci
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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Taiaiake Alfred, Antonio Gramsci, Prison Notebooks

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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chinese Canadians, Thesis Statement, Racialization

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8 pages three key concepts from course. Look at slide and outline for key concepts to potentially use. Important to look past the fact that its about c
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Racialization

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What we do in the everyday brings together questions about sexual and racial violence, gender identity etc. Gendered and property right prior to coloni
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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tiger Woods, Microaggression Theory, Serena Williams

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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Intersectionality, Eurocentrism, Serena Williams

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Race: defines a large group of people who are similar in sociologies view. Racism: the belief in the inherent supreme race over other races. Racializat
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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frantz Fanon, Audre Lorde, Class Discrimination

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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Trans-Cultural Diffusion, Louis Althusser, Eurocentrism

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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Prison Reform, Interracial Adoption, Angela Davis

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Sandra spears strong spirit, fractured identity: an ojibway adoptees journey to wholeness. How to demystify and decolonize the institution of transraci
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Taiaiake Alfred, Antonio Gramsci, Prison Notebooks

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Book about mixed race trans woman who is half chinese (not about author) She is living in the house of her dead aunt"s, she is living there on welfare
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chinese Canadians, Thesis Statement, Racialization

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8 pages three key concepts from course. Look at slide and outline for key concepts to potentially use. Important to look past the fact that its about c
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Racialization

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What we do in the everyday brings together questions about sexual and racial violence, gender identity etc. Gendered and property right prior to coloni
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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tiger Woods, Microaggression Theory, Serena Williams

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Rankine is an educated and middle class black woman and so her perspective will be different then others. Intersectionality does not mean suggesting th
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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Intersectionality, Eurocentrism, Serena Williams

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Race: defines a large group of people who are similar in sociologies view. Racism: the belief in the inherent supreme race over other races. Racializat
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Scott MorgensenFall

## GNDS212 - Week 3 Readings

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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Katherine Mc KittrickFall

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## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Prison Reform, Interracial Adoption, Angela Davis

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Sandra spears strong spirit, fractured identity: an ojibway adoptees journey to wholeness. How to demystify and decolonize the institution of transraci
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chinese Canadians, Thesis Statement, Racialization

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8 pages three key concepts from course. Look at slide and outline for key concepts to potentially use. Important to look past the fact that its about c
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Trans-Cultural Diffusion, Louis Althusser, Eurocentrism

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Why do we get uncomfortable with the content or some things that are said in this class being someone of privilege. Thomas kings you"re not the indian
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frantz Fanon, Audre Lorde, Class Discrimination

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Racism: the belief in inherent superiority of one race over all other and thereby the right to dominance. Sexism: the belief in the in-herent superiori
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Taiaiake Alfred, Antonio Gramsci, Prison Notebooks

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Book about mixed race trans woman who is half chinese (not about author) She is living in the house of her dead aunt"s, she is living there on welfare
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Racialization

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What we do in the everyday brings together questions about sexual and racial violence, gender identity etc. Gendered and property right prior to coloni
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Intersectionality, Eurocentrism, Serena Williams

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Race: defines a large group of people who are similar in sociologies view. Racism: the belief in the inherent supreme race over other races. Racializat
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Patricia SalahFall

## GNDS 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tiger Woods, Microaggression Theory, Serena Williams

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Rankine is an educated and middle class black woman and so her perspective will be different then others. Intersectionality does not mean suggesting th
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QUEEN'SGNDS 212Katherine Mc KittrickFall

## GNDS 212 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Scapegoating, Toronto Star

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## GNDS212 - Week 4 Readings

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