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UBCSOCI 100Winter

[SOCI 100] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

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UBCSOCI 100Spring

[SOCI 100] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (48 pages long)

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29 Mar 2017
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Special Request Notes - Anthropocentrism, Indigenous Peoples Of The Americas, Guppy

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5 Nov 2018
Textbook to be used: introduction to sociology , by george ritzer and neil guppy. Course will teach us different ways of seeing the world. Prof. guppy
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oscar Lewis, Infant Mortality, Tim Hortons

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16 Dec 2015
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Study Guide - Heterosexuality, Essentialism

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24 Oct 2014
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Study Guide - System On A Chip, Homo Sapiens, Verstehen

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23 Oct 2014
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Human Genome Project

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23 Oct 2014
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UBCSOCI 100Catherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Heteronormativity, Performativity, Old Age Security

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15 Jun 2016
Lots of women prominent in a field ex. Heteronormativity: the relationship between male and female is the norm, shapes how we stream and teach in schoo
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100A Midterm: Review (Student) - Social Movements

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29 Jan 2016
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UBCSOCI 100Summer

SOCI 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Collective Consciousness Society, Scientific Revolution, Social Conflict Theory

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ATSC 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lower Mainland, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Coast Mountains

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23 Apr 2020
Snow d - step 4 - quiz 3. Available oct 25 at 5am - oct 29 at 10pm 5 days. Score for this attempt: 5. 25 out of 7. Whistlerblackcomb comet/ucar meted m
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture 7: Snow D - Step 4 - Quiz 2

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23 Apr 2020
Snow d - step 4 - quiz 2. Available oct 25 at 5am - oct 29 at 10pm 5 days. Time less than 1 minute less than 1 minute. Score for this attempt: 9 out of
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture 6: Snow C - Step 4 -Quiz 1

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23 Apr 2020
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Wind Direction, Grouse Mountain, Thunderstorm

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23 Apr 2020
Available oct 13 at 5am - oct 19 at 10pm 7 days. This quiz was locked oct 19 at 10pm. Score for this attempt: 8 out of 8. On pressure-level weather map
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture 6: Snow C - Step 4 -Quiz 3

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23 Apr 2020
Available oct 20 at 5am - oct 26 at 10pm 7 days. Score for this attempt: 8. 67 out of 9. Complete the following sentence with the appropriate words fro
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Apparent Temperature, Wind Chill, Relative Humidity

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23 Apr 2020
Available oct 13 at 5am - oct 19 at 10pm 7 days. This quiz was locked oct 19 at 10pm. Score for this attempt: 9 out of 9. What do the arrows pointing c
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Avalanche, Graupel, Wind Speed

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23 Apr 2020
Available oct 13 at 5am - oct 19 at 10pm 7 days. This quiz was locked oct 19 at 10pm. Score for this attempt: 4 out of 15. Destructive wet slab wind sl
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Selkirk Mountains, North Shore Mountains, Wind Chill

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23 Apr 2020
Available oct 20 at 5am - oct 26 at 10pm 7 days. Score for this attempt: 6 out of 6. Too high of an elevation too sunny too cloudy too rocky 10/25/2019
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Beaufort Scale

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19 Apr 2020
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UBCFall

ATSC 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Outflow Boundary, Cold Front, Warm Front

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19 Apr 2020
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - The Body Beautiful, Imaginary Audience, Gender Role

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28 Apr 2013
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

Sociology.pdf

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11 Sep 2013
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Worldbuilding, Scientific Racism, Saartjie Baartman

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24 Sep 2018
Soci 100 lecture 8 - colonization & power. The social process of discovery involves trying to persuade others that you have uncovered something. If sto
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: George Ritzer, Mcdonaldization

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6 Sep 2018
Textbook to be used: introduction to sociology , by george ritzer and neil guppy. Course will teach us different ways of seeing the world. Prof. guppy
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Body Image, Mccarthyism, The Sociological Imagination

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19 Sep 2018
Soci 100 lecture 6 - sticks and stones. *first paper on mills is due on october 15th. Each group has a fairly particular way of life. Some of them real
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Anthropocentrism, Musqueam Indian Band, Natural Units

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25 Sep 2018
Annual general meeting for sociology students" association on september 25 in anso. The notion of race (as we understood it 50 years ago) really starte
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UBCSOCI 100Catherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Narcissism, Youth Culture, The Sociological Imagination

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17 Sep 2016
The sociological imagination: wright mills (1916-1961) wrote the the sociological imagination (1959) One of the most widely read sociology books. An in
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Time Management, Identity Politics, Peer Pressure

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15 Sep 2018
Sociology - different series of perspectives on how the world operates. Two mindsets about the world: truth (everything is black or white; no in-betwee
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - White Fathers, Invisibility, Nellie Mcclung

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28 Apr 2013
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: National Human Rights Institution, United Nations Human Rights Council, Protestant Work Ethic

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28 Jan 2017
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Harold Garfinkel, Erving Goffman, Ascribed Status

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11 Feb 2013
Part of social identity, defines our relationships to others. Status set all the statuses a person holds at a given time; changes over time. Ascribed s
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Social Distance, Authoritarian Personality, Trait Theory

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11 Feb 2013
Race a socially constructed category composed of people who share biologically transmitted traits that members of a society consider important. Based o
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UBCSOCI 100

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: W. E. B. Du Bois, Auguste Comte, Nellie Mcclung

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14 Jan 2014
Society: the basics (fifth canadian edition) macionis, et. Sociology: sociology the systematic study of human behaviour in social context, studies huma
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Wilbert E. Moore, Deng Xiaoping, Kingsley Davis

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14 Jan 2014
Titanic some categories of passengers had better odds of survival than others: women and children boarded lifeboats first (80% died were men) , not sim
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Stanley Milgram, Irving Janis, Peter Blau

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14 Jan 2014
Chapter 5 groups and organizations: formal organizations operation of huge corporations, other bureaucracies. 3 teachers (2 accomplices) suggest shock
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Grammatical Gender, Intersection Theory, Matriarchy

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17 Apr 2013
Gender personal traits and social positions that members of society attach to being a female or male: dimension of social organization, involves hierar
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Premarital Sex, Sex Organ, Secondary Sex Characteristic

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14 Jan 2014
Understanding sexuality: sports, campus, media, prostitution, pornography, sexuality important part of how we think about ourselves, how others think a
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 Independent Questions.doc

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10 Mar 2014
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter 6: Chapter 6 Independent Questions.doc

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10 Mar 2014
Chapter 6 independent questions: theories of social and personality development, psychoanalytical perspectives see lecture notes, ethological perspecti
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UBCSOCI 100Winter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Social Stratification, Social Inequality, Meritocracy

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11 Feb 2013
Social stratification a system by which a society ranks categories of people in a hierarchy. Four basic principles: social stratification is a trait of
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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Harold Garfinkel, Erving Goffman, Ascribed Status

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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - The Body Beautiful, Imaginary Audience, Gender Role

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UBCSOCI 100Winter

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UBCSOCI 100Fall

Full Notes for SOCI 100 (Got 92% in the course)

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SOCI 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: W. E. B. Du Bois, Auguste Comte, Nellie Mcclung

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UBCSOCI 100Fall

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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Special Request Notes - Anthropocentrism, Indigenous Peoples Of The Americas, Guppy

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SOCI 100 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Social Integration, Participant Observation, Ethnography

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What is sociology: systematic study of human society. Other research methods: survey, participant observation - ethnography, interviews, historical ana
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SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Anthropocentrism, Musqueam Indian Band, Natural Units

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SOCI 100 Lecture 7: SOCI 100 Lecture 7 - Discovery & Exploration

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Soci 100 lecture 7 - discovery & exploration. *bring laptop on friday to test if online midterms would work. Social construction: people have a tendenc
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SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Body Image, Mccarthyism, The Sociological Imagination

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UBCSOCI 100Fall

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Snow Flurry

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Soci 100 lecture 4 - language and society: where does language come from, two theories: It is hardwired in the brain - humans are born with vocal chord
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SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Global Warming, Food Security, Anthropocentrism

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Soci 100 lecture 3 - ways of seeing. Humans have a tendency to focus on differences and split things into groups, which too often leads to evaluation (
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SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: George Ritzer, Mcdonaldization

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