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LAURENTIANSOCI-2636ELCudney DanaFall

SOCI-2636EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Proportional Representation, Social Control, Million Man March

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Chapter 7 the political & legal system. Social control is exercised through civil and criminal law in the regulation of organizational, small-group, an
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LAURENTIANSOCI-2636ELCudney DanaFall

SOCI-2636EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Stagflation, Presidency Of Ronald Reagan, Living Wage

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Children"s economic position is initially the same as the adults with whom they live, and because of the importance in class position, parents typicall
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LAURENTIANSOCI-2636ELCudney DanaFall

SOCI-2636EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Two-Spirit, Crow Nation, Gender Variance

Strange country this: an introduction to north american gender diversity. Strange country this, where males assume the dress and perform the duties of
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LAURENTIANSOCI-2636ELCudney DanaFall

SOCI-2636EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Separate Spheres, Cultural Relativism, Great Range

This often allows individuals a range of culturally acceptable behaviours from which to choose. Cultural relativism the idea that a person"s beliefs, v
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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELAllFall

SOCI-1015EL Lecture 11: Race & Ethnicity

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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELDr.Marianne VardalosWinter

SOCI-1015EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cultural Diversity, Ethnocentrism, High Culture

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Culture: the knowledge, language, values, customs, and material objects that are passed from person to person and from one generation to the next in a
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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELDr.Marianne VardalosWinter

SOCI-1015EL Lecture 9: Social Structures-MacroLevel

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Socially de ned position in a group or society characterized by certain expectations, rights, and duties. Master status is the most important status an
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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELAllFall

SOCI-1015EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Talcott Parsons, Sick Role, Medical Sociology

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LAURENTIANSOCI-2636ELCudney DanaFall

SOCI-2636EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hegemonic Masculinity, Masculinity, Microsociology

The rapid economic changes described in chapter 6 have had an enormous impact on the gender system. Most people have not given up conceptions of gender
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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELDr.Marianne VardalosWinter

SOCI-1015EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sexual Differentiation, Bisexuality, Gender Identity

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Sex: refers to the biology and anatomical differences between females and males. Primary sex characteristics: the genitalia used in the reproductive pr
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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELDr.Marianne VardalosWinter

SOCI-1015EL Lecture 7: Beggingings of Sociologcy in USA

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The beginnings of sociology in the united states. Sociology spread from western europe to the united states in 1890"s, and thrived as a result of the i
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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELDr.Marianne VardalosWinter

SOCI-1015EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Victorian Era, Sociobiology, Moral Development

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Socialization is the lifelong process of social interaction through which individuals acquire a self- identity and the physical, mental, and social ski
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