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YORKSOSC 1910Nadiah HabibFall

SOSC 1910 Study Guide - Final Guide: Structural Adjustment, Third-Worldism, Psychological Manipulation

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The state becomes irrelevant when it is exploitative, coercive, and has no creditability and legitimacy to lead the people. Given such a corrupt nature
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YORKSOSC 1910Indira SomwaruWinter

SOSC 1910 Study Guide - Clarksons Travel Group, Thesis Statement

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YORKSOSC 1910Nadiah HabibFall

SOSC 1910 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Triangular Trade, Local Purchasing, Economic Surplus

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SOSC 2350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Karla Homolka, Paul Bernardo, Marie Henein

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SOSC 2350 Lecture 7: Assignment #6

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SOSC 2350 Lecture 5: Assignment #3

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SOSC 2350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Natasha Falle, Neoliberalism, Falles

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Assignment #2- part 2: short essay - why abolitionists oppose normalization. ", they are increasingly likely to get the answer: "legalize it. " This vi
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SOSC 2350 Lecture 50: Assignment #5

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SOSC 2350 Lecture 27: Assignment #4

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SOSC 2350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Karla Homolka, Paul Bernardo, Nazi Concentration Camps

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YORKSOSC 1910Nadiah HabibFall

sosc1910 - Lecture 10

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Last lecture we looked at structural adjustment programs and conditionalities of aid which were measures put in place to help" developing countries add
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

Lecture 6 Dimensions of Racism 1) The social construction of “race” 2) Invalidation ideology social Darwinism 3) Racism in the colonial context a) - brief history of colonization contact period - market period (negotiation and partnerships Royal

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16 Oct 2011
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YORKSOSC 1910Kerry TaylorFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Sicko

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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Osgoode Hall Law School, International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights, Drafter

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Ap socs 1210 human rights in a socio - legal context. United nations: always in search of peace, exists to promote and protect human rights, canada has
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Journalists For Human Rights, Social Distance, Scientific Method

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16 Oct 2011
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Fundamental freedom freedoms we have to the state political right. Canada"s rights are very divisible, political are bedrock of all rights. Not wholly
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YORKSOSC 1910Nadiah HabibFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Problematization, Labour Power, Economic Determinism

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27 Oct 2011
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YORKSOSC 1910Kerry TaylorFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Louise Arbour, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights

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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreWinter

Lecture 10 Heterosexism: Gays and Lesbians 1. Stigmatization and stigma by association 2. Heterosexism and homophobia: invalidation myth ideologies 3. Forms of discrimination o Persecution o Systemic discrimination Criminalization: passin

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16 Oct 2011
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YORKSOSC 1910Dorathy MooreFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Economic System, Free Market, Invisible Ink

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16 Oct 2011
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Preface: democracy & human rights: the conversion of human rights principles into law in canada, human rights: the translation process, constitutional
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YORKSOSC 1910Kerry TaylorFall

SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Social Democracy, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights

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SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Louise Arbour, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights

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SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Structural Adjustment, Voting Age, Party System

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SOSC 1910 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jeremy Bentham, C. W. Jefferys Collegiate Institute, Juvenile Delinquency

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