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SOC231H5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Karl Marx, Capitalism, French Revolution

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Soc 231: lecture #1 to be a human being: connection with social structures. Social structure: involuntary: we are born into pre-existing social relatio
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SOC231H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Feudalism

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[SOC231H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

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Kant thought that not all knowledge came from direct experience unlike hume. Kant did not think the mind was a blank slate but rather an active agent u
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UTMSOC231H5Baber ZaheerFall

SOC231H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Karl Marx, Capitalism, French Revolution

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20 Nov 2018
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Soc 231: lecture #1 to be a human being: connection with social structures. Social structure: involuntary: we are born into pre-existing social relatio
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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We continue to learn from aristotle or machiavelli (or marx, weber, durkheim) without having to become aristotelians or machiavellians (or marxist, web
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SOC231H5 Quiz: SOC231_-_Classical_Sociological_Theory_Quiz_3[1]

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SOC231H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mary Wollstonecraft, Social Inequality, Labour Power

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Time available: two hours: critically examine the contributions of hobbes, rousseau and mary wollstonecraft to the understanding of the origins, struct
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soc231 test 3.docx

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Social facts exercise external constrains on individuals. They are general and non specific- not particular to individuals- they are shared by all indi
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UTMSOC231H5David ToewsFall

SOC231H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Corset, Charismatic Authority, Cultural Hegemony

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SOC231H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mary Wollstonecraft, Utopia, Social Inequality

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SOC209H5 Midterm: Midterm Review

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Which type of offences included in the criminal law are inherently wrong: mala prohibita, mens rea, mala in se, actus reus. The government of canada is
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UTM102H5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Thorold, New Approach, Fair Use

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UTM102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Master Sergeant, Precondition, Docstring

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UTM102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Docstring, Empty String, The Milk-Eyed Mender

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UTM102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Corner Case, Docstring

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UTM102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Precondition, Docstring, Master Sergeant

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UTM102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Substring, Precondition, Docstring

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UTMUTM102H5Cary TakagakiFall

UTM102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Master Sergeant, Precondition, Substring

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UTMUTM102H5Cary TakagakiFall

UTM102H5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: University Of Toronto Mississauga, Punnett Square, Scientific Method

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UTM102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Precondition, Master Sergeant, Substring

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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberFall

SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Inequality, Mary Wollstonecraft, Scientific Method

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SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Scientific Revolution, Feudalism, Age Of Enlightenment

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We continue to learn from aristotle or machiavelli (or marx, weber, durkheim) without having to become aristotelians or machiavellians (or marxist, web
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Human Nature, Social Change, Dialectic

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18 Jan 2018
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Hegel; idealism - the dialectic at the level of ideas. Reject the either or and combines in a skillful manner - elements of idealism exist in the world
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Class Consciousness, Bourgeoisie, Overproduction

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And let me tell you that it goes without saying, i am far, far from being perfect human being, but i am motivated by a vision, which exists in all of t
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Consumerism, Robert Reich, Class Conflict

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25 Jan 2018
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Looks at changes in structural society and brought about by human activity. How do humans acting as agents, transform society. Mode of production of ma
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Glenn Gould, Social Change, Enclosure

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It is possible to be creative and have a strong control of what we can and cannot do. Marx says humans are humans because they can think and questions,
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Martha Nussbaum, Auguste Comte, Human Behavior

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20 Jan 2018
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18th and 19th centuries: dramatic social change: natural world theory cannot be changed. Feudalism -> france before the revolution, england before the.
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SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Auguste Comte, Materialism, Determinism

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11 Jan 2018
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Soc231 lecture 2; dramatic social change (18th-19th century) Martha nussbaum - the examined life video. 1. concept of society - social world is not nat
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SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Light Work, Determinism, Auguste Comte

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SOC231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Scientific Revolution, Age Of Enlightenment, Scientific Method

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UTMSOC231H5Robert BarberFall

SOC231H5 Chapter 1-4 and 14: SOC231 SEPT 6 Textbook Readings CH.1-4 and 14 on wallstonecraft+ kant and rousseu PDFs

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Summary states that the civil society does nothing to enforce the equality and individual liberty that were promised to man when he entered into that s
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Neoliberalism, System On A Chip, Classical Liberalism

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A sociological proposition holds that structural characteristics mark capitalism as a dynamic system that experiences cyclical economic crises. As comm
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UTMSOC231H5Robert BarberFall

SOC231H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4 and 5: Proletariat, Bruno Bauer, Market Power

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Marx and engels, economic and philosophical manuscripts on estranged labor. Under the economic system of private ownership, society divides itself into
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberFall

SOC231H5 Chapter Notes -Montesquieu

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SOC231H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sociology, Sociological Theory, Georg Simmel

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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberFall

SOC231H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Classical Liberalism, Sm Town, Industrial Revolution

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SOC231H5 Chapter Notes -Lewis H. Morgan, Productive Forces, Despotism

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Sociology 231 chapter 10 and 11 notes and Lecture Notes.docx

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Talcott parsons, was among the first to introduce weber s writings to english readers. Parsons implied that marx and his followers had somehow failed t
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: The Communist Manifesto, Wage Labour, Industrial Revolution

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First, industrialization involved a more productive use of the factors of production (land, labour and machinery) partly obtained by introducing new me
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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning, Social Theory

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SOC231H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Southern Sociological Society, Social Fact, Double Consciousness

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SOC231H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Traditional Authority, Social Fact, Longrun

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SOC231H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mary Wollstonecraft, Virtual Reality, Sociality

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