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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 16 pages long!)

16 Page
11 Oct 2017
Globalization is an outcome of the dynamics of capitalism. The price of labour is the wage: private property: in the means of production", such as tool
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Union Busting, Organizing Model, Wage Labour

13 Page
23 Mar 2017
Today, much rhetoric cast unions as the protectors of special interests of their own members, which are seen to be in conflict with other social intere
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YORKSOSC 2210allWinter

Labour Studies 1C03.pdf

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10 Jan 2013
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stelco, Industrial Unionism, Labour Power

3 Page
16 Jul 2017
Industrial capitalism disrupt the workplace practices: industrial capitalism, which can also be known as the industrial revolution, is described by the
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Wage Labour, Deskilling, Social Fund

5 Page
7 Jun 2017
Below are a few review questions to help guide your studying for the final exam. Please note it is not an exhaustive list of all questions you might fi
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cultural Imperialism, Human Capital, Structural Unemployment

3 Page
3 Nov 2014
Commodification: the process of turning things that satisfy human needs into objects that can be bought and sold on the market for a price. Private pro
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YORKSOSC 2210Mark PeacockWinter

Definitions and Significance.docx

12 Page
20 May 2014
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YORKSOSC 2210allFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: General Dynamics, Social Relation, Aviva Centre

2 Page
20 Jan 2014
December 2013: exam format. The exam will consist of three sections. The second section, also worth 30%, will present a series of short- answer questio
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Business Unionism, Social Movement Unionism, Union Busting

4 Page
3 Nov 2014
Define each of these approaches to unionism and give examples of concrete practices associated with each. Answer: social unionism is an new union organ
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Precarious Work, Stagflation, Keynesian Economics

6 Page
3 Nov 2014
In early 1970"s the price of oil went up and it was four times more expensive than its original price, and stagflation was on the rise. Stagflation is
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Industrial Unionism, Canadian Union Of Public Employees, Neoconservatism

4 Page
7 Jun 2017
The following questions are designed to focus your attention when studying for the mid-term exam. You should be able to answer these questions, using s
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeFall

SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rand Formula, Labour Law

2 Page
28 Oct 2014
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 16 pages long!)

16 Page
11 Oct 2017
Globalization is an outcome of the dynamics of capitalism. The price of labour is the wage: private property: in the means of production", such as tool
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Union Busting, Organizing Model, Wage Labour

13 Page
23 Mar 2017
Today, much rhetoric cast unions as the protectors of special interests of their own members, which are seen to be in conflict with other social intere
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YORKSOSC 2210allWinter

Labour Studies 1C03.pdf

38 Page
10 Jan 2013
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stelco, Industrial Unionism, Labour Power

3 Page
16 Jul 2017
Industrial capitalism disrupt the workplace practices: industrial capitalism, which can also be known as the industrial revolution, is described by the
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Wage Labour, Deskilling, Social Fund

5 Page
7 Jun 2017
Below are a few review questions to help guide your studying for the final exam. Please note it is not an exhaustive list of all questions you might fi
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cultural Imperialism, Human Capital, Structural Unemployment

3 Page
3 Nov 2014
Commodification: the process of turning things that satisfy human needs into objects that can be bought and sold on the market for a price. Private pro
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YORKSOSC 2210Mark PeacockWinter

Definitions and Significance.docx

12 Page
20 May 2014
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YORKSOSC 2210allFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: General Dynamics, Social Relation, Aviva Centre

2 Page
20 Jan 2014
December 2013: exam format. The exam will consist of three sections. The second section, also worth 30%, will present a series of short- answer questio
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Business Unionism, Social Movement Unionism, Union Busting

4 Page
3 Nov 2014
Define each of these approaches to unionism and give examples of concrete practices associated with each. Answer: social unionism is an new union organ
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossWinter

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Precarious Work, Stagflation, Keynesian Economics

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3 Nov 2014
In early 1970"s the price of oil went up and it was four times more expensive than its original price, and stagflation was on the rise. Stagflation is
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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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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Commodification, Individualism, Rationality

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SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cultural Capital

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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeFall

SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rand Formula, Labour Law

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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeFall

SOSC 2210 Lecture 16: LAW LABOUR AND STATE JAN 06 2016 LECTURE

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Law labour and state jan 06 2016 lecture. Minimum employment standards to avoid exploitaion of workers. Unions were interested in advocaing for other w
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeFall

SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Producerism, Craft Unionism, Knights Of Labor

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YORKSOSC 2210kellypikeFall

SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frank Tannenbaum, Harry Braverman, Anti-Capitalism

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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter Reflection Paper Assignment: Naimans, Social Class, Neoliberalism

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16 Jul 2017
Throughout history, money, wealth, and capital have dictated ones way of life. In some societies, a person"s social class is unavoidable. Social class
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeWinter

SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 5 Ross: Labor Management Relations Act Of 1947, Bargaining Unit, Secret Ballot

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7 Dec 2016
The primary role of a union is to ac as an agent for its members in the workplace. To achieve higher wages, improved benefits, better and safer working
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeFall

SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes -Bargaining Unit, Collective Bargaining, Final Offer

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28 Oct 2014
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeFall

SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: World War I, Industrial Workers Of The World, Overproduction

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19 Oct 2016
Post war comp/ keynesianism rand formula public sector unionism. Define all these in the exams and that period and matters to labour. Labour peace no l
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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeWinter

SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Fide, Working Time, Dual Role

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SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter Reflection Paper Assignment: Naimans, Social Class, Neoliberalism

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Throughout history, money, wealth, and capital have dictated ones way of life. In some societies, a person"s social class is unavoidable. Social class
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YORKSOSC 2210Stephanie RossFall

SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Stelco, Industrial Unionism, Labour Power

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Industrial capitalism disrupt the workplace practices: industrial capitalism, which can also be known as the industrial revolution, is described by the
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SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cultural Capital

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SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Commodification, Individualism, Rationality

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SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter Reflection Paper Assignment: Naimans, Social Class, Neoliberalism

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SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Industrial Unionism, Canadian Union Of Public Employees, Neoconservatism

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SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Wage Labour, Deskilling, Social Fund

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YORKSOSC 2210kellypikeFall

SOSC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frank Tannenbaum, Harry Braverman, Anti-Capitalism

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SOSC 2210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Union Busting, Organizing Model, Wage Labour

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YORKSOSC 2210Kelly PikeWinter

SOSC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 5 Ross: Labor Management Relations Act Of 1947, Bargaining Unit, Secret Ballot

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