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UBCSOCI 250Elic ChanFall

SOCI 250 Lecture 12: Part one of Chiricos et al. Article and Research Techniques

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Aim for less than 5,000 results (10% of a good sample size) Select full-text online, scholarly & peer-review, peer review. Publication date: within las
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rent Regulation, Insurance Broker, British Columbia Liberal Party

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Housing you can"t fit into --> whether you have enough bedrooms. Most adults after the age of 18 should get their own bedroom. Each child (under the ag
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Covenant House, Musqueam Indian Band, Trading Post

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Early house development --> 25 years later the houses and the churches disappear. 1889-1914 --> replaced by mix of denser housing, office, commerce and
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture 6: Lecture 6 Notes

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Brought two different samples together --> developing and developed nations, how different they are to each other. Critical outlook on what is consider
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Walkability

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Could be relearned, people can adapt, new everyday routines. There is a difference between living standards and lifestyles. Over maximized space (e. g.
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Single-Family Detached Home, Urban Land, Martin Heidegger

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Physical/concrete --> actual walls, things you are touching, you can sense the house through the concrete. Market commodity --> when people build house
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bruno Latour, Killin, Chinese Canadians

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Critiques sociologists as they often try to understand how we all interact with one another in order to produce a stable organization (e. g. cultures/v
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Built Environment, Biomedical Engineering, Bio-Energy With Carbon Capture And Storage

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Sam kee building --> narrowest building in the world. Occurred because the city had already decided to widen the street without telling the owners of t
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 Notes

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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Garden City Movement, Mortgage Insurance, Epidemiological Transition

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City council approves re-zoning major parts of vancouver to allow duplexes (more than one unit in one lot) Whenever there are changes, there are also c
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UBCSOCI 364Nathanael LausterFall

SOCI 364 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Walmart

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UBCSOCI 371Dr. AbrutynFall

SOCI 371 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Learning Disability, Behaviorism

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Using blinkers when driving we want to know what other people are going to do & therefore, we tell other people what were going to do: minding, my i an
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