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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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Based on social honor and prestige: people of high social class tend to have high status. Individuals only have one class, but can be a part of many st
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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 70 pages long!)

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Reading: manifesto of the communist party (karl marx and friedrich engels) Reading: on (not) getting by in america (barbara ehrenreich) Social class: g
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownFall

[SOCI 102] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 26 pages long Study Guide!

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Study of suicide: death from suicide, not commit (blaming: social integration. Males more likely to die from suicide, due to higher societal expectatio
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UBCSOCI 102Neil ArmitageWinter

SOCI 102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 102 pages long!)

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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownFall

SOCI 102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 25 pages long!)

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Take a minute to think about what is a rational" system. Major change in modern society: rationalization: prior to the enlightenment (pre-1700, an ench
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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Different from marx different marketable training and skills: specialists- technicians, white-collar workers and civil servants. Weber"s critique of ma
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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: White Privilege, Idle No More, Indian Act

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C5: the social construction of race & ethnicity. Reading: optional ethnicities: for whites only? (mary c. waters) Reading: imagined communities: reflec
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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mcjob, Complex Number, Visible Minority

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Disenchantment of the world: the weakened influence of religious authorities as a result of a new way of seeing the world through science and the princ
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UBCSOCI 102Benjamin ChristensenSpring

SOCI 102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Altruistic Suicide, The Sociological Imagination, Auguste Comte

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Three core foci of sociology: social inequality. Three core foci of sociology: social institutions. Largest scale human group that shares a common geog
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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anthony Downs, Downtown Eastside, Global Warming

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Social movements: sustained challenges to existing holders of power in the name of a wronged population. Petitions (most likely to be done one time thi
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UBCCHEM 233Marco CiufoliniFall

CHEM 233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Structural Formula, Formal Charge, Lewis Structure

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UBCCHEM 233Marco CiufoliniFall

CHEM 233 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Phosphonium, Structural Formula, Formal Charge

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Chem 233 exercise 1 review of chem 121-123: consider the molecule shown below: 2: the figure below represents the periodic table. Draw arrows represent
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UBCMATH 303Martin LohmannWinter

MATH 303 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ibm System P, Geom, Branching Process

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Consider the markov chain with state space {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} and transition matrix. 1 (a) (2 marks, no justi cation needed) draw the transition dia
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Periodic Boundary Conditions, Periodic Function, Sawtooth Wave

A function is periodic, with period t , if it repeats itself exactly after an interval of length t . i. e. y(x) = y(x+ Odes can be solved over an inter
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Identity Matrix, Linear Combination, Oscillation

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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Step Function, Conflict Resource, Oliver Heaviside

The laplace transform is de ned by the integral. Within the integral a new variable s appears. Thus the transform is a function of s; we add the bar ab
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Integral Curve

The definition of a derivative: dy = lim 0 y(x + ) y(x) dx. But from the ode we also know that dy/dx = f (x, y). Hence, taking a small but finite value
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Integrating Factor, Linear Combination, Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research

Odes: one seeks a function of a single variable (e. g. y(x)) that satisfies a di erential equation a given relation between the function and its deriva
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UBCMATH 256Eric CytrynbaumWinter

MATH 256 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Polynomial, Scilab, Autocad Dxf

Recall the ode: with constants a, b and c, and f (x) a prescribed function. ay00 + by0 + cy = f (x) Notice that if y / ex, then all three terms in the
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UBCCOMM 295Isaac HollowaySpring

COMM 295 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nash Equilibrium, Cournot Competition, Inverse Demand Function

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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownFall

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Integration, Erving Goffman, Feral Child

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Study of suicide: death from suicide, not commit (blaming: social integration. Males more likely to die from suicide, due to higher societal expectatio
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mcdonaldization, Deinstitutionalisation, Social Change

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Costs of gender: costs of masculinity. Gender in the workforce: feminization of jobs: nurses, secretaries. Classic studies (kinsey: people are(cid:374)
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: List Of Food Labeling Regulations, Public Sociology, Food Security

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World health organization: health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Cul
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownFall

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Rationality, Emotional Labor

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Learning to understand systematically the world around us. Explanation for events: angry gods and provoked spirits. Solutions to problems: sacrifice to
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownFall

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Essentialism, Imagined Community, Visible Minority

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Race: social distinctions based on physical or biological characteristics; hair, skin color, etc. Ethnicity: social distinctions based on cultural char
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownFall

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Republics Of The Soviet Union, The Communist Manifesto, Manual Labour

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Karl marx: 2 classes in relation to means of production: bourgeoisie / capitalists, own the means of production, proletariat / workers, manual labor. W
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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownSpring

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Agent Provocateur, Mass Society, Resource Mobilization

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Public opinion: how people think about some issue. Propaganda: simple the presentation of information in attempt to influence people. Media plays a cru
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: C. Wright Mills, Public Sociology, Social Integration

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What is it: ways sociologists can engage, examples from ubc sociology. Using the sociological imagination to engage with wider audiences outside tradit
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownWinter

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cultural Capital, Outdoor Education, Social Class

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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownFall

SOCI 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Caster Semenya, Blurry, Femininity

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Gender socially constructed idea associated with masculinity and femininity. Caster semenya: silver in 800m in 2012 olympics, ba(cid:374)(cid:374)ed as
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UBCSOCI 102Neil ArmitageWinter

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: National Energy Program, Idle No More, Omnibus Bill

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Social movement focused on providing investment in early childhood care in point douglas community to break endemic cycles of poverty. National energy
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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownSpring

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Kraft Dinner, Comfort Food

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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownSpring

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 41: Elaine Lui, Masculinity, The Main Point

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The power elite c wright mills d2k. What is your dream job: to be in the health industry as a psychologist helping people cope with stress and find hap
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UBCSOCI 102Neil ArmitageWinter

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Patrilineality, Milan Kundera, Matrilocal Residence

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Marriage & family -> key structures in most societies. Marriage defined as legally recognised social contract b/w 2 people traditionally based on sexua
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UBCSOCI 102Catherine Corrigall- BrownSpring

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Identity Management, Impression Management, Total Institution

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UBCSOCI 102Neil ArmitageWinter

SOCI 102 Chapter 16: 16.1 Education Around the World

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Education: social institution teaching society"s children the basic academic knowledge/learning skills/cultural norms. Country"s wealth dependent on am
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UBCSOCI 102Neil ArmitageWinter

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Canada Wide Media, Social Inequality, Homeschooling

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View education as important social institutions in society. Preschool & kindergarten -students taught to practice various societal roles. Durkheim esta
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UBCSOCI 102Neil ArmitageWinter

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1: Melvin Tumin, Social Mobility, Social Stratification

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Factor makes caste systems closed: people cannot change their social standings. Factor makes class systems open: they allow for movement between the cl
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UBCSOCI 102Katherine Corrigall- BrownSpring

SOCI 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter chapter9: Outdoor Education, Social Inequality, Cultural Capital

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Three main changes: growth of modern schooling. From elementary mass education towards post-secondary mass education (& life-long learning) (examples o
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SOCI 102 Chapter 1,5,10: ChapterSummaries

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SOCI 102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canada Pension Plan, Social Mobility, Precondition

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