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Lecture 3

Lecture 3 September 22 2008 How do you study for this course to do well? I am not giving summaries to you like in previous rd lectures. This is a 3 year course so you dont get that benefit. I used to do this so you could r...

Biological Sciences
BIOC61H3
Herbert Kronzucker
Lecture 2

Lecture 2 September 15 2008 Announcements I gave instructions for the tutorial and most of you are following them well. Use my email for scheduling appointments or just come and see me ...

Biological Sciences
BIOC61H3
Herbert Kronzucker
You're welcome

Continued from work Conflict theorists, work alienation, theories follow Marx Self actualization (Maslow), is similar to Marxs species being It means actualize all of our potentials Transition from craft to factory work is...

Sociology
SOCA02H3
Mc Kinon
Second Lecture: Globalization & Survey Research

Second Lecture: Survey Research & Globalization January 20, 2011 4 main field methods Field Method or participant observation: go out into the field Experiments: used often by psychology, control groups & experimental grou...

Sociology
SOCA02H3
Mc Kinon
Guest Speaker Lecture Notes

Week 5 Lecture: Congestion Class discussion: Sprawl congestion Excessive traffic into the core Overloading of infrastructure Traffic exceeds the design limitations Sarzynski paper: Explores 7 aspects of land use in 1990 an...

Geography
GGRC21H3
Hostovsky
Lecture 3

Earth history is all about history of the ocean How continents break up and oceans open o Continent creates a dome above a plume...hot mantle rising underneath continent and pushed up because of warming (outward flow from ...

Environmental Science
EESA06H3
Nick Eyles
Week 5 Lecture Note

Midterm exam next week (see midterm study guide on Blackboard) Sample question #3: o Go back to population measurements fertility rate, GDP, or life expectancy o Then briefly discuss how fertility rates, for example, relat...

Geography
GGRC02H3
Elrick
HISB41H3 Lecture Notes - John Sparrow David Thompson, Headache, Timothy Eaton

Lecture 2 January-17-11 1:56 PM The Laurier Boom 1896-1911 The theme of last week - late 19th cent - great unease - uncertainty - as to whether it could survive - that defined that period - economic depression - people ...

History
HISB41H3
C Pennington
Lecture 14

Psychology II Lecture 14 Emotion -relate to physical body condition that autonomic nervous system is responsible for 2 Branches 1) Sympathetic -causes us to experience emotion -take place in good and bad sensation -prepare...

Psychology
PSYA02H3
John Bassili
Americanization

Lecture One: January 20, 2011 Americanization of Canada 1. Certain ideas that are CanadianAmerican 2. US in a different position than Canada o Comparable only in location o Comparison between the two isnt really fair Compa...

Political Science
POLB50Y3
Cochraine
Sovereignty

Lecture Two: Sovereignty January 27, 2011 Founding Myths and Confederation 1. Compact between English and French (Two Nations Theory) o Those who believe in this support an asymmetrical federalism o Bi-national view 2. Com...

Political Science
POLB50Y3
Cochraine
Multiculturalism

Lecture Three: Multiculturalim February 3, 2011 Divided Sovereignty (Review) 1. Quasi-federalism o Powers divided amongst various levels of government o Not purely federal because of the federal governments ability to prev...

Political Science
POLB50Y3
Cochraine
Lecture 4

Lecture 4 January-31-11 2:01 PM The Troubled Twenties, 1919-29 William Lyon Mackenzie King and fordfour? auto workers pictures Period in which the country remained traumatized from ww1 - several fronts - sheer emotional to...

History
HISB41H3
C Pennington
Lec 5 Notes-Feb 9

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Health Studies
HLTA02H3
Michelle Silver
Lecture 4

EESA06 Lecture 4 th Topics for Lecture 4 and for Quiz 3 on Thrusday Feb 10 1) Introduction to mid-} L]2Z9,}LLL ]L^}ZZ]o_,KZZ~ ooKZ]}o]Z 2) Why are more MORs Fractured? The role of transform faults 3) Iceland: Walking over ...

Environmental Science
EESA06H3
Nick Eyles

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