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Lecture 4

SOCB58: LECTURE 4: FEBRUARY 2, 2011 A Stakeholder Theory not on midterm ECONOMICS Culture includes economics and politics Greek word economia science of running the home oikos home o Running the values within the home o Ho...

Sociology
SOCB58H3
Emily Fountas
Lecture 3

SOCB58: LECTURE 3: JANUARY 28, 2011 Critiquing Understanding of a topic Offers elaboration of an article Milton Friedman (from article) Business men believe that free enterprise social consciencesocialism 1. Social ends vs...

Sociology
SOCB58H3
Emily Fountas
Lecture 2

SOCB58: LECTURE 2: JANUARY 21, 2011 Central Thesis: compare behaviour of corporation to that of a psychopath in DSM; a means to an end THE CORPORATION Common purpose: to succeed as an organization Corporate linked to agend...

Sociology
SOCB58H3
Emily Fountas
ANTB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Senescence, Menopause, Mate Choice

Lecture 6 Feb.17.11 BLUE FONT SLIDE REPRODUCTION: Mating Success: # of copulations achieved Reproductive Success: #of viable (living) offspring produced SLIDE REPRODUCTION 2: Mating success is not necessarily equal to repr...

Anthropology
ANTB22H3
Joyce Parga
ANTB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ring-Tailed Lemur, Social Grooming, Cayo Santiago

Lecture 5 Feb.10.11 BLUE FONT SLIDE DOMINANCE: High dominance ( good genes) SLIDE AGONISM: more subtle interactions (e.g approachwithdraw, displacements, facial threats, cowering, etc) doesnt have to be violent or touching...

Anthropology
ANTB22H3
Joyce Parga
ANTB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Folivore, Fruit Tree, Prosimian

Lecture 3 Jan.27.11 SLIDE DIETARY CATEGORIES: Fruits Leaves Tree sap, gum Animal prey (insects & vertebrates) Insects Varied diet SLIDE PRIMATE DIETS & BODY SIZE: Tend to be mostly insectivorous Tend to be mostly folivorou...

Anthropology
ANTB22H3
Joyce Parga
ANTB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Philopatry, Bonobo, Hamadryas Baboon

LECTURE 2 Jan.20.11 SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEM: Composition of a group (# of males, # of females) Group-living vs. alone(cohesive versus solitary) SLIDE SOCIAL SYSTEMS- TYPES: Animals only come together to mate (or if food is clu...

Anthropology
ANTB22H3
Joyce Parga
ANTB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Tapetum Lucidum, Rhinarium, Simian

Jan.13.2011 Lecture 1 BLUE FONT FILL INS! SLIDE LORISES: Toxin in saliva; functional when capturing prey, also functioning when being the prey itself SLIDE GALAGOS: Urine-wash (scent-marking) for territorial purposes; chem...

Anthropology
ANTB22H3
Joyce Parga
Week 3

WEEK THREE The Spirit of Capitalism What is the difference between the Spirit of Capitalism and what is Capitalism Capitalism is the organized structure of society based on making profit The spirit of capitalism is the set...

Sociology
SOCB43H3
Dan Silver
Lecture 6

Lecture 6 Tourism: The New Global Economy - Why has tourism become the fastest growing sector of the global economy? - How has the global tourism changed? - How does it affect places and regions? - What is its role in sust...

Geography
GGRA02H3
Michael Bunce
Lecture 2

Lecture 2 Thinking Geographically about Globalization January 18, 2011 Kentucky Fried Chicken Example: - Brought into a small town. Why? Needed for tourists to bring in something familiar. - Tension between global and loca...

Geography
GGRA02H3
Michael Bunce
Lecture 1

Central Nervous system Sept 13, 2010 Brain and spinal cord Peripheral nervous system o All other nerves that go top other places Human brain is very similar in organization to ratcat Hindbrain Brain Stem General area that ...

Psychology
PSYB65H3
Ted Petit
Visual System

Human Brain and Behaviour Visual System Anatomy How is it organized Everything begins in the retina o Retina is part of the central nervous systemNOT PERIPHERAL o Retina grows out from the brainso it is part of the brain o...

Psychology
PSYB65H3
Ted Petit
Visual System

Human Brain and Behaviour Visual System Anatomy How is it organized Everything begins in the retina o Retina is part of the central nervous systemNOT PERIPHERAL o Retina grows out from the brainso it is part of the brain o...

Psychology
PSYB65H3
Ted Petit
Lecture of Substance Abuse and Personality Disorders

SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE Difference between Substance Dependence and Abuse DSMV will probably drop the differences between the twowill see it on a continuum (from social drinkingto alcohol abuse and dependence) Call it Addicti...

Psychology
PSYB32H3
Konstantine Zakzanis

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