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UWSOC101Mike HollandWinter

[SOC 101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (55 pages long)

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Culture is generally regarded as a complex collection of values, beliefs, behaviors, and material objects shared by a group and passed throughout gener
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UWSOC101Jennifer SchulenbergWinter

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Social class, inequality and status are embedded into our daily routines: how old you are, race, age. We make assumptions about others on the basis of
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UWSOC101Janice AuriniFall

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The core idea of sociology is that we are shaped around the people around us. These are the three main perspective that theorists draw upon. Theoretica
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

[SOC 101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 115 pages long Study Guide!

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Sociology systematic study of human groups and interactions. Sociological perspective view of society based on the dynamic relationships between indivi
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UWSOC101Janice AuriniFall

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Empiricism: theory that knowledge comes from experience proof: define the problem, review the relevant literature, scholarly studies and info, refine t
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UWSOC101Patrick LalondeFall

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UWSOC101Sara CummingWinter

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Focuses on two aspects of human situation to explain the behavior of individuals and groups. People live in social groups and social organizations or s
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UWSOC101Janice AuriniFall

[SOC 101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (29 pages long)

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Sociology definition- systematic study of social behaviour and human groups. C wright mills: (cid:862)the (cid:448)i(cid:448)id a(cid:449)are(cid:374)e
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UWSOC101Patrick LalondeFall

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UWSOC101Jennifer SchulenbergWinter

[SOC 101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (44 pages long)

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Aspects of life tend to affect you differently based on your sex, age, race, religion, sexual orientation etc. Exp. women pay more for haircuts, black
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UWECON409GonzalezWinter

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UWECON406Jean-Paul LamWinter

ECON406 Midterm: miu_set1_solutions

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Consider the following model where households have preferences over consumption goods and real money balances: , 0 < < 1, , , > 0 (1) where ct denotes
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UWECON406Jean-Paul LamWinter

ECON406 Chapter 3: ECON406 Chapter 3-: ECON406 Chapter 3-5: ECON406 Chapter 3-: olg_money2

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Olg with money: consider the following olg model with money. The individual endowment grows over time so that yt = yt 1 where > 1. For simplicity, assu
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UWECON406Jean-Paul LamWinter

ECON406 Quiz: Assignment1_W2019_answers

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This assignment is due on february 6, 2019. The grade for each part is indicated in brackets. Show all your work and derivations, be concise in your an
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UWECON406Jean-Paul LamWinter

ECON406 Quiz: Assignment2_406_w191

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This assignment is due on march 4, 2019. The grade for each part is indicated in brackets. Show all your work and derivations, be concise in your answe
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UWECON406Jean-Paul LamWinter

ECON406 Midterm: miu_set11

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Consider the following model where households have preferences over consumption goods and real money balances: T (cid:16)ct + t (cid:17)1 . , 0 < < 1,
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UWECON406Jean-Paul LamWinter

ECON406 Midterm: MIU_samples_W2019_E4061

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Practice questions - miu: given the following utility function: u(ct, mt) = 1 t ) m1 where ct = ct. Pt denotes real consumption and mt = mt. The budget
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UWPSYCH211Heather HendersonWinter

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UWKIN121Andrew LaingFall

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Biological Determinism, Ritualism In The Church Of England, Anomie

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SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Worldwide Exchange, International Monetary Fund, Linear Continuum

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SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Rosetta Stone, Mass Media, Woodblock Printing

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SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Kuznets Curve, Lorenz Curve, Proletariat

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Class Conflict, Socioeconomic Status, Bourgeoisie

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Liposuction, Desperate Housewives, Occupational Segregation

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Jean Piaget, Gender Role, Social Reality

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Participatory Action Research, Stanley Milgram, Laud Humphreys

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Independent and dependent variables: quantitative studies use variables, variables: characteristics of objects, people, or groups of people that can be
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Postcolonialism, Color Blindness, The History Of Sexuality

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Modern social theories do not begin anew. Social theories draw on each other"s work in their formulations; queer theorists. Refers to more independent
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC 101 Lecture 1: Introduction to Sociology

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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

Sociology Notes.docx

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Sociology: the systematic study of human groups and their interactions. Sociological perspective: a view of society based on the dynamic relationships
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Postcolonialism, Color Blindness, The History Of Sexuality

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Modern social theories do not begin anew. Social theories draw on each other"s work in their formulations; queer theorists. Refers to more independent
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

Soc 101 Environmental Sociology April 3rd 2013.docx

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The study of interaction between human society and the physical environment. 1970s- widespread public interest in environmental issues. Apply biologica
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UWSOC101Ed JanzenWinter

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Forces, Midriff, Africville

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January 5, 2016: timbits/tim hortons keep us happy, healthy (timbits hockey), used in celebrations, and for no real reason at all. Timbits give us a se
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UWSOC101Kieran BonnerFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Shame Society, Reference Group, Antithesis

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[there will be an essay question on the radical interpretive perspective] Our beliefs on anything relate to the way we live (think about will hunting,
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Berlin Wall, Worldwide Exchange, High Standard Manufacturing Company

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Describes the worldwide exchange of money, goods and services as well as the socio- cultural changes that occur with increasing trade and human contact
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Ender Wiggin

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Socialization - life-long process by which we learn our culture, develop our personalities, and become functioning members of society. We are the only
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Liposuction, Desperate Housewives, Occupational Segregation

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UWSOC101Janice AuriniFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Arlie Russell Hochschild, Ascribed Status, Ethnomethodology

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All reading and lecture material weeks 1,2 and 3. The study of the way people make sense of their everyday surroundings. Entomologists are interested i
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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

SOC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Environmental Sociology, Human Ecology, Social Constructionism

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The environment: social conditions and environmental quality are connected. The sub-field of environmental sociology is generally acknowledged to have
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Auguste Comte, Symbolic Interactionism, Ascribed Status

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Describe and provide personal re ections about c. w mills" concept of the sociological. Explain peter berger"s use of the terms general, particular, st
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Anomie, Class Consciousness, Social Darwinism

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Environmental Sociology, Environmental Racism, Anthropocentrism

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SOC 101 Chapter 3: Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition) > Module 2 (ONLINE Week 2): Contemporary Social Theories (Ravelli and Webber)

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Describe antonio gramsci"s marxist concept of hegemony. Outline 2nd & 3rd wave feminist thinking using the examples of dorothy smith and bell hooks. Ex
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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

SOC 101 Chapter 6: Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition) > Module 4 (ONLINE Week 4): Socialization (Ravelli and Webber)

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SOC 101 Chapter 7: Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition) > Module 5 (ONLINE Week 5): Social Inequality (Ravelli and Webber)

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De ne social strati cation and inequality from the sociological perspective. Critique sociology"s theoretical explanations for social strati cation and
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SOC 101 Chapter 4: Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective (3rd Edition) > Module 2 (ONLINE Week 2): Research, Methodology, and Ethics (Ravelli and Webber)

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UWSOC101Neal SmithwickWinter

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UWSOC101Barry Mc ClincheyFall

SOC101 Chapter 1-5,7-10,14,17,20,23,24: textbook notes chapter 1-5,7-10,14,17,20,23,24.pdf

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UWSOC101Kieran BonnerFall

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