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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Continuity, Twin Study, Trait Theory

Chapter 6: Continuity and changes in Traits: The Roles of Genes, Environments, and Time The Continuity of Traits • In everyday talk, attributing a trait to a person assumes a certain degree of continuity o...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cholera, Division Of Labour, Secularism

Lecture 1: The World of Geography:  ­ Maps: a graphical representation of part of the earth’s surface  ­ Essential quality of Maps: they are representations of a locality or place.   i.e. Maps ...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Protestantism

Criminology Week 7, Week after Reading Week - Irish struggle IRA(LOOK AT THE LECTUREAND COPY OVER NOTES) - Similarities between French Canadian struggle for independence vs Ireland struggle o Quebec wants ...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Critical Criminology, Social Disorganization Theory, Anomie

Criminology week 3 lecture 1 Sociological Explanations - Last class, non-sociological explanations - focused on the individual (psych., biology) - Sociological explanations - focus...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tacit Knowledge, Snowball Sampling, Explicit Knowledge

Criminology 2303 Week 12 Lecture 1 - Observation and Ethnography - Ethnography o Portrait of people o Adetailed description of insider meanings and cultural knowledge in natural settings ...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Stratified Sampling, Simple Random Sample, General Social Survey

Criminology 2103 Week 4 Research methodology - Missed the other couple notes get them online - two types of sampling o Random sampling  Simple random sampling  Stratified r...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Broken Windows Theory, Business Improvement District, Crack Epidemic

Crim 2310 Community Intervention Week 3 - Lecture 1 Missed both of Week two I believe - Community Policing - Last week was the basics of the professional police model and the move to policing today - Also loo...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Restorative Justice, Halfway House, Social Capital

Crim 2310 Community Intervention Criminology Week 1 - Thinking about community intervention - What is community intervention o What comes to mind when you think of community intervention? o Someti...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Special Investigations Unit, Deadly Force, Ipperwash Crisis

Crim 2305 Police in Modern Society Week 4 - Use of force o We already talked about this last week - Deadly Force o Dudley George (1995) - Unarmed native protestor who was shot by swat team ...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Royal Irish Constabulary, Bow Street Runners, Parish Constable

Crim 2305 Police in Modern Society Week 2 - The Evolution of Policing - Some questions o Why do we need policing?  We need someone to actively enforce laws and restrictions ...

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FOOD 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Symbolic Interactionism, Differential Association, Price Fixing

Week 4: Learning Theories Social Disorganization • Society as an ecosystem made of different subcultures • Ecological mapping-plot where behaviours occurred and behaviours existed • Most interest...

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