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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Homicide, Sandwich Generation

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7 Dec 2016
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Biomedicine, Total Institution, Erving Goffman

6 Page
12 Dec 2014
The x-ray concepts: technology, professionalism, biomedicine, power, the gaze, strickler reading, life support, conquest of life, total institution. Fi
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YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pertussis, Cisapride, Morning Sickness

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16 Dec 2013
Define: colonization occurred europeans brought new food with them like alcohol, sugar, saturated fats. Also diseases such as heart issues, tooth decay
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoWinter

SOSC 2110- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
For example in wit: never ending cycle because women are always found to take care of someone a partner, grandparents and or parents, caregiver becomes
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YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Health Care In Canada, Morning Sickness, Thalidomide

5 Page
22 Apr 2014
Define: colonization occurred europeans brought new food with them like alcohol, sugar, saturated fats. Also diseases such as heart issues, tooth decay
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Barcelona Sessions, Health Technology, Radiography

5 Page
26 Nov 2017
Medical technology that takes pictures of inside body. Made in 1985 by german physicist wilheim roentgen. Was a fad: rich people took pictures of their
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoWinter

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Health Care In Canada, Traditional Medicine, Total Institution

15 Page
8 Apr 2017
For example in wit: never ending cycle because women are always found to take care of someone a partner, grandparents and or parents, caregiver becomes
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Folk Healer, Homeopathy, Lifeworld

5 Page
7 Dec 2016
The x-ray: invented by a german physicist in 1895. It allowed patients to be seen in a different way. People became specialist, and were able to tell p
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesWinter

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Health Policy, Homicide, Psychological Trauma

2 Page
17 Apr 2014
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Infant Mortality, First Nations, Northern Health

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
Health is not just about the absence of disease, but about spirit and the body, when it comes to health, your health is intimately linked to your socia
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tuberculosis, Robert Pickton, Domestic Violence

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
*medical project due on: march 15th 2016 in paper copy in lecture. Health isn"t about the absence of disease but about the spirit and the body. Health
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Convenience Food, Malnutrition, Food Security

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
One of the sad ironies of the 21st century, with all the technology that we. Case study: bangladesh have, but the world health organization world popul
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoWinter

SOSC 2110- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

17 Page
11 Oct 2017
For example in wit: never ending cycle because women are always found to take care of someone a partner, grandparents and or parents, caregiver becomes
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Homicide, Sandwich Generation

9 Page
7 Dec 2016
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Biomedicine, Total Institution, Erving Goffman

6 Page
12 Dec 2014
The x-ray concepts: technology, professionalism, biomedicine, power, the gaze, strickler reading, life support, conquest of life, total institution. Fi
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pertussis, Cisapride, Morning Sickness

4 Page
16 Dec 2013
Define: colonization occurred europeans brought new food with them like alcohol, sugar, saturated fats. Also diseases such as heart issues, tooth decay
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YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Health Care In Canada, Morning Sickness, Thalidomide

5 Page
22 Apr 2014
Define: colonization occurred europeans brought new food with them like alcohol, sugar, saturated fats. Also diseases such as heart issues, tooth decay
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Barcelona Sessions, Health Technology, Radiography

5 Page
26 Nov 2017
Medical technology that takes pictures of inside body. Made in 1985 by german physicist wilheim roentgen. Was a fad: rich people took pictures of their
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoWinter

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Health Care In Canada, Traditional Medicine, Total Institution

15 Page
8 Apr 2017
For example in wit: never ending cycle because women are always found to take care of someone a partner, grandparents and or parents, caregiver becomes
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Folk Healer, Homeopathy, Lifeworld

5 Page
7 Dec 2016
The x-ray: invented by a german physicist in 1895. It allowed patients to be seen in a different way. People became specialist, and were able to tell p
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SOSC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.9: Social Inequality, Nellie Mcclung, Pearson Education

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SOSC 1520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tiger Economy, Leninism, Daniel Bell

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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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Assignment #3: appendix f - homicide patterns by gender and race: a murder can differ from a killing or homicide. explain the difference between a culp
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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 Notes - Lecture 2: Karla Homolka, Paul Bernardo, Nazi Concentration Camps

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SOSC 2350 Lecture 27: Assignment #4

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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesWinter

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Consumerism, Medicalization, Designer Baby

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17 Apr 2014
To screen illness: alot of activism and consumerism- ownership of various diseases by organization, we have old illness" that we have yet to master tb
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YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Royal Jubilee Hospital, Montreal General Hospital, Childrens Hospital

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13 Nov 2012
Put the health professionals in a medical place. In british colombia, is closed- it"s interesting to study because it could be understood as a site for
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesWinter

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Health Policy, Homicide, Psychological Trauma

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17 Apr 2014
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tuberculosis, Robert Pickton, Domestic Violence

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
*medical project due on: march 15th 2016 in paper copy in lecture. Health isn"t about the absence of disease but about the spirit and the body. Health
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Infant Mortality, First Nations, Northern Health

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
Health is not just about the absence of disease, but about spirit and the body, when it comes to health, your health is intimately linked to your socia
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Convenience Food, Malnutrition, Food Security

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
One of the sad ironies of the 21st century, with all the technology that we. Case study: bangladesh have, but the world health organization world popul
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Psy

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7 Dec 2016
What does it mean to understand madness through a structural lens: we are going to understand it through a mad study perspective. How can we think abou
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YORKSOSC 2110Miguel GonzalezFall

SOSC 3780 Lecture 5: SOSC 3800 Lecture 5: October 5 lecture note

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12 Nov 2015
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesWinter

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Food Bank, Welfare, Food Security

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17 Apr 2014
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SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Barcelona Sessions, Health Technology, Radiography

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Medical technology that takes pictures of inside body. Made in 1985 by german physicist wilheim roentgen. Was a fad: rich people took pictures of their
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YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Health Care In Canada, Morning Sickness, Thalidomide

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22 Apr 2014
Define: colonization occurred europeans brought new food with them like alcohol, sugar, saturated fats. Also diseases such as heart issues, tooth decay
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesWinter

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Consumerism, Medicalization, Designer Baby

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To screen illness: alot of activism and consumerism- ownership of various diseases by organization, we have old illness" that we have yet to master tb
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YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Royal Jubilee Hospital, Montreal General Hospital, Childrens Hospital

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13 Nov 2012
Put the health professionals in a medical place. In british colombia, is closed- it"s interesting to study because it could be understood as a site for
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Arthur DavisFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pertussis, Cisapride, Morning Sickness

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16 Dec 2013
Define: colonization occurred europeans brought new food with them like alcohol, sugar, saturated fats. Also diseases such as heart issues, tooth decay
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Barcelona Sessions, Health Technology, Radiography

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26 Nov 2017
Medical technology that takes pictures of inside body. Made in 1985 by german physicist wilheim roentgen. Was a fad: rich people took pictures of their
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoWinter

SOSC 2110- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
For example in wit: never ending cycle because women are always found to take care of someone a partner, grandparents and or parents, caregiver becomes
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YORKSOSC 2110Dagmara WoronkoWinter

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Health Care In Canada, Traditional Medicine, Total Institution

15 Page
8 Apr 2017
For example in wit: never ending cycle because women are always found to take care of someone a partner, grandparents and or parents, caregiver becomes
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Folk Healer, Homeopathy, Lifeworld

5 Page
7 Dec 2016
The x-ray: invented by a german physicist in 1895. It allowed patients to be seen in a different way. People became specialist, and were able to tell p
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Homicide, Sandwich Generation

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7 Dec 2016
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YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Infant Mortality, First Nations, Northern Health

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
Health is not just about the absence of disease, but about spirit and the body, when it comes to health, your health is intimately linked to your socia
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tuberculosis, Robert Pickton, Domestic Violence

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
*medical project due on: march 15th 2016 in paper copy in lecture. Health isn"t about the absence of disease but about the spirit and the body. Health
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Convenience Food, Malnutrition, Food Security

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
One of the sad ironies of the 21st century, with all the technology that we. Case study: bangladesh have, but the world health organization world popul
View Document
YORKSOSC 2110Megan DaviesFall

SOSC 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Psy

3 Page
7 Dec 2016
What does it mean to understand madness through a structural lens: we are going to understand it through a mad study perspective. How can we think abou
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YORKSOSC 2110Miguel GonzalezFall

SOSC 3780 Lecture 5: SOSC 3800 Lecture 5: October 5 lecture note

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12 Nov 2015
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