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Class Notes for SOC 1101 at University of Ottawa (UOTTAWA)

UOTTAWASOC 1101Sam AlvaroWinter

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1 Dec 2014
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Willow ScobieFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Mechanical Puzzle, Animal Husbandry, Steam Engine

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27 Nov 2017
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Najwa HaddadFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Focus Group, Canadian English, Focus Group

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29 Jan 2016
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Kathleen RodgersFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anthony Giddens, Auguste Comte, The Sociological Imagination

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8 Sep 2018
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Sociology is an approach; a way of thinking. Steckley: the social science that studies the development, structure, and functioning of human. Auguste co
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Stephan LaroseFall

SOC 1101 Lecture 14: Sociology Final Exam Review

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11 Jul 2016
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Ethnic group - a group of people distinguished, by others or themselves, on the basis of cultural or nationality characteristics. Ascribed membership f
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UOTTAWASOC 1101ForgotFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Web Mapping, Bourgeoisie, Occupy Movement

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1 Dec 2012
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Came out of the us crime rates are high. Two types of people: careerists, i. e. executives (work hard to succeed), i. e. Two types of people: careerist
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Stephan LaroseFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Edward Sapir, Benjamin Lee Whorf, Ethnic Group

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21 Oct 2016
7
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Stephan LaroseWinter

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Auguste Comte, French Revolution, The Sociological Imagination

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13 Feb 2014
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Lecture 1 - the sociological imagination: what is it, and why does it matter. Sociology is the study of social interactions and how they relate to soci
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Willow ScobieFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Null Hypothesis, Ethnocentrism, Cathedral School

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19 Sep 2013
41
Socially constructed (made by humans, if something is made naturally, it is not culture) Material (made of atoms)/non-material (mental: song"s, stories
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Adolphine Y.Aggor- BoatengWinter

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sexual Repression, Cultural Studies, George Herbert Mead

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20 Apr 2016
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Stephan LaroseFall

SOC 1101 Lecture 12: Gender

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11 Jul 2016
14
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Stephan LaroseFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cradle To Grave, Peer Pressure

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21 Oct 2016
4
Humans are social animals everything humans learn is acquired through interactions with other. Humans rely on social experiences to learn about culture
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