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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerWinter

SOC100H5 Lecture 10: Lecture 8 Assignment Session

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Look at he some tips for writing an effective essay (the prof wrote it for soc class) Essay must be 7000-1000 words, double spaced, 12 pts time new rom
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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerWinter

SOC100H5 Lecture 9: Crime and Deviance

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The picture there are women topless on the beach, this isn"t the wrong, but they ar. People break a norm when they"re facing the wrong direction in the
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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerWinter

SOC100H5 Lecture 6: Interaction

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It"s a mirror, the way we see our self is how other people view us. If we don"t look at interaction, we are ignoring how peoples behaviour are shaped b
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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerWinter

SOC100H5 Lecture 5: Cultures

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Cultures the socially transmitted practices, languages, symbols, values, ideologies, and material objects that people create to deal with real- life pr
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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerWinter

SOC100H5 Lecture 4: Sociolgical Theory

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Lecture 4: sociological theory (take from the powerpoint "04_soc100_sociological theory", but a lot of detail and examples were added from the lectures
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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerSpring

SOC100H5 Chapter 2: Conducting Research

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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerWinter

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nonprobability Sampling, Sampling Frame, Snowball Sampling

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Prevents us from having common sense approach to our social world. Explore and document how our social world is changing and their impacts. What other
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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerSpring

SOC100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Relation, Nationstates, Scientific Revolution

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Sociology: is the systematic study of human behavior in social context. Mesostructured: patterns of social relation in organization that involve people
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UTMSOC100H5Jayne BakerWinter

SOC100H5 Lecture 3: Research Methods and Sociological Theory

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Lecture 3: research methods (cnt. ) and sociological theory (taken from the powerpoint "research methods" and "sociological theory", but a lot of detai
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes -

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture 3: SOC100 Lecture 3 Notes Innocente

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture 1: Soc100H5 Lecture 1 Notes Innocente

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture 2: Soc100H5 Lecture 2 Notes Innocente

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Final: Complete And Comprehensive 40 Page Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2015

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: New Social Movements, Environmentalism, Social Control

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Soc100 lecture 19 environment and social movement. Occurs when people act in unison to bring about or resist social, political, and economic change. Co
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Blood Transfusion, Social Isolation, Socioeconomic Status

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Soc100 lecture 17 health and medicine. Individual: diet and lifestyle: excessive substance use, poor diet, lack of exercise, social isolation. Life lon
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Hidden Curriculum, Canadian Studies, Social Capital

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Merit and sorting: based on talent and effort, the most talented and most intelligent get ahead. Training: perform essential tasks essential for societ
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Normal Accidents, Risk Society, The Daily Courant

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Soc100 lecture 18 technology and media. Practical application of scientific principles to improve human life: it helps us control risk. We create our o
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Islamic Fundamentalism, Asaram, African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–1968)

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Natural Selection, Foot Binding, Speed Dating

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Hormone, Secularity, Genital Modification And Mutilation

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Japanese-Canadian Internment, Canadian Multiculturalism Act, Institutional Racism

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Junk Food, Red Meat, Scientific Literacy

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bourgeoisie, Cultural Capital, Class Conflict

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Stratification: rich vs poor, powerful vs powerless, highly educated vs less educated. Income: money earned over a given period. A welfare state is one
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Social Disintegration, Social Integration

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Control, Power Control, Home Invasion

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Soc100 lecture 9 crime and deviance (part ii) Prominent escapees: thomas william mccauley, mastermind behind prison break of 14 inmates in 1973, 27 yea
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Caveman, Moral Panic, Social Contract

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Soc100 lecture 8 crime and deviance (part i) Ambiguity: deviance is a concept that people create a definition for, things that are deviant to some, are
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Meritocracy, Rationality, Social Class

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Soc100 lecture 7 interaction: from emotions to institutions. Interconnected organizations are connected to interconnected groups which are connected to
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Symbolic Interactionism, Virtual Community, Mass Media

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Culture Shock, Cultural Survival, Consumerism

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Culture shock is an effect of this: culture is symbolic, culture varies across time and place. Cultural survival kit: components of culture, abstractio
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deeper Understanding, Participant Observation

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Soc 100 lecture 2 research methods. Ideology vs. social science: ideology is closed, full of contradictions and does not allow tests, social science is
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Erving Goffman, Symbolic Interactionism

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Symbolic interactionism: how people interact on a daily basis, features, focus on interactions between individuals or groups, relationships are constru
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Metatheory, Social Inequality, Class Conflict

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Ideas as to how or why things in the social world are connected: not just a guess, a series of testable connections, can be proved wrong if it is a str
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Solidarity

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Soc 100 lecture 1 introduction to sociology and the sociological imagination. What is sociology: systematic study of human behaviour in a social contex
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Solidarity

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Soc 100 lecture 1 introduction to sociology and the sociological imagination. What is sociology: systematic study of human behaviour in a social contex
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Blood Transfusion, Social Isolation, Socioeconomic Status

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Soc100 lecture 17 health and medicine. Individual: diet and lifestyle: excessive substance use, poor diet, lack of exercise, social isolation. Life lon
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bourgeoisie, Cultural Capital, Class Conflict

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Stratification: rich vs poor, powerful vs powerless, highly educated vs less educated. Income: money earned over a given period. A welfare state is one
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Natural Selection, Foot Binding, Speed Dating

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Japanese-Canadian Internment, Canadian Multiculturalism Act, Institutional Racism

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Islamic Fundamentalism, Asaram, African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–1968)

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Hormone, Secularity, Genital Modification And Mutilation

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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Control, Power Control, Home Invasion

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Soc100 lecture 9 crime and deviance (part ii) Prominent escapees: thomas william mccauley, mastermind behind prison break of 14 inmates in 1973, 27 yea
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Metatheory, Social Inequality, Class Conflict

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Ideas as to how or why things in the social world are connected: not just a guess, a series of testable connections, can be proved wrong if it is a str
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Caveman, Moral Panic, Social Contract

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Soc100 lecture 8 crime and deviance (part i) Ambiguity: deviance is a concept that people create a definition for, things that are deviant to some, are
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Hidden Curriculum, Canadian Studies, Social Capital

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Merit and sorting: based on talent and effort, the most talented and most intelligent get ahead. Training: perform essential tasks essential for societ
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UTMSOC100H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Meritocracy, Rationality, Social Class

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Soc100 lecture 7 interaction: from emotions to institutions. Interconnected organizations are connected to interconnected groups which are connected to
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