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Ch. 5 Keywords (got 94% in the course)

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4-1&4-8 Managing HRch11 (got best grade in class)

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3-11 & 3-13 Control (Ch16, 17)

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UOFIBUS 3000AllFall

Ch. 6 & 6S Keywords (need to read to do well)

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UOFIBUS 3000AllSpring

5-6 History of Management Thought (got best mark for course)

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2-20 Understanding the environment (detailed notes)

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UOFIBUS 3000AllSpring

Study Sheet for ExtendSim Final

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2-6 Team Tips (got best mark for course)

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1-23 Management Overview (Ch.1)

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4-10&4-15 Motivating Ch13 (got over 90% in course)

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UOFIPHIL 1033David CunningFall

PHIL 1033 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Parking Meter

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UOFIPHIL 1033David Cunning; Ryan CobbFall

PHIL 1033 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Stoicism

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UOFIHHP 2310emilymashackFall

HHP 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Unit, Food Energy, Food Marketing

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Food marketing: the choices we make can be effected by how they are marketed, example: mcd"s toys encourage children to make bad food choices. Diet: th
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UOFIPHIL 1033David CunningFall

PHIL 1033 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Martin Heidegger

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Imagine that we had no desires : what would we do without desires, we would have nothing to do and accomplish. Imagine that we had just a single desire
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UOFIPHIL 1033David CunningFall

PHIL 1033 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Egocentrism, Experience Machine, Solipsism

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If you shop, work out then eat everyday as a committed routine, then it is not disposable or useless. ****a life where a person is actively engaged but
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UOFIPHIL 1034Diane Jeske; David RedmondFall

PHIL 1034 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Glaucon, Worst-Case Scenario Series

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Glaucon wants the proof that being just is only good for oneself! He wants socrates to show that being just is only for self-interest! Glaucon"s challe
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UOFIMUS 1302Jerry M.CainFall

MUS 1302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: The Rite Of Spring, Russian Culture, Fyodor Dostoyevsky

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UOFIPHIL 1034Diane Jeske; David RedmondFall

PHIL 1034 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 Notes - Declaration of Independence

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Heavily in uenced by philosophies of john locke! Dred-scott case: blacks aren"t counted as men! People don"t deviate much in mental capacity: natural e
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UOFIPSY 1001Amy PorembaSpring

PSY 1001 Lecture 1: Review for exam 2

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Sensation: the physical thing in the environment. Perception: understanding/ brain process of the sensation. Perception object we see: hearing. Percept
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UOFICOMM 1130David Supp- MonFall

COMM 1130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rhetorical Criticism, Techne, Pathos

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Below are what we believe to be the most important topics so far. The midterm draws from all readings, lectures, and content from discussion sections s
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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Individualism, Class Conflict

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Marx thought differently than hegel: what hegel thought: a. i. Idealist who solved age-old mind v. body issue a. i. 1. Mental things (ideas, concepts,
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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Neurosis, Human Sacrifice, Exogamy

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Psychoanalysis: definition: a way of investigating and treating the human mind a. i. Freud eventually published a book spearheading this idea a. i. 1.
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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Charismatic Authority, Fokker E.Ii, John Calvin

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Verstehen: view of understanding other sociological approaches a. i. Makes sense when analyzing inanimate things critically a. i. 1. More controversial
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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Animism, Edward Burnett Tylor

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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Social Fact, Fokker E.Ii

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Durkheim intro: considered founder of sociology a. i. Championed central importance of society: a. i. 1. a. i. 2. a. i. 3. Nature of society is most su
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UOFICHEM 1110LarsenSpring

CHEM 1110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intensive And Extensive Properties, Boiling Point, Abbreviation

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Chemistry: the study of matter and the changes matter undergoes. Properties of matter relate to composition and structure. Classifications of matter (1
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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Numinous, Mircea Eliade

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Mircea eliade vs. everyone else: perhaps we should account for religion as something natural to human condition a. i. Life can be changed by sacramenta
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UOFIRHET 1030E SpencerFall

RHET 1030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Thesis Statement, List Of Fables Characters, Visual Rhetoric

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Violent rhetoric used to try and rile people up to get a change to happen in society. The use of very descriptive words really sets an image for the re
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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Natural Philosophy, Fallacy, Magic 8-Ball

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Evans-pritchard was a bit different than those we"ve studied so far: made it his mission to fully engage with 2 different primitive societies a. i. Bel
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UOFIRELS 3714Schnell ScottFall

RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Polytheism, Thick Description, Upper And Lower Egypt

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UOFIBIOL 1412Mark HolbrookSpring

BIOL 1412 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intracellular Parasite, Nitrifying Bacteria, Brown Algae

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Free-living organisms comprise three domains derived from a universal common ancestor. Plants and animals kingdoms (bacteria [prokaryotes], animals, pl
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Biological Psychology Final Exam SG Answers (all the notes you need)

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ACCT 2200 Study Guide - Marginal Cost, Profit Margin, Transfer Pricing

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UOFISOC 1010Lovaglia MichaelFall

[SOC 1010] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (34 pages long)

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Icon site etext module follow link. Two essays to make up for missed lecture. Essay 1 - sociological analysis of the events that caused you to miss. Es
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[SOC 1010] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (68 pages long)

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Two essays make up one missed in-lecture assignment: Essay 1: a sociological analysis of the events that caused the miss. Essay 2: a summary of the mis
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RELS 3714 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Animism, Edward Burnett Tylor

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UOFIECON 1200AllSpring

Principles of Macroeconomics Final Exam Study Guide (full notes)

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UOFIARTH 1030Longfellow, BrendaSpring

ARTH 1030 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gautama Buddha, Narmer, Kaaba

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UOFIMATH 4060AllFall

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