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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Midterm: SOC103_20Midterm_20Test_201.pdf

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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

soc103 test 1 - summer 2011.pdf

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Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Indicate your answer by blacking in the relevant box on the scant
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SOC103 -notes.doc

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Sociology: emerged 200 years ago in response to new social problems that arose from industrialization, urbanization & political revolution. Two social
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Rennet, Reality Television, Gulf War

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Political economic perspective: focuses on the ways private ownership affects what is communicated & the ways it affects the exercise of power. The ove
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Talcott Parsons, Gemeinschaft And Gesellschaft, Mind Control

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Religion: any system of beliefs about the supernatural & the social groups that gather around these beliefs consider themselves either moderately or hi
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes -Impression Management, Michel Foucault, Co-Determination

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Our primary socialization- our earliest childhood training- initially causes us to view certain characters (police officers, teachers, to treat with re
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Social Inequality, Proportional Representation, Macmillan Publishers

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Over the past few decades, indicators of political participation, such as the percentage of people who vote in elections, has been declining, and many
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: International Monetary Fund, Trans-Cultural Diffusion, September 11 Attacks

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Although sociology is the scientific study of society, it is important to recognize that societies are defined by boundaries. This chapter takes a macr
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Opiate, Neurosis, Calvinism

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Despite the increasing secularization of canadian society, religion continues to be one of its most significant social institutions. Religion explains
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

soc103 test 2 - summer 2011.pdf

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Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. Indicate your answer by blacking in the relevant box on the scant
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes -Gendercide, Ulrich Beck, Reflexive Modernization

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This is because the irrigated area is decreasing and water is become scarce. Critical theory"s approach to malthus: critical theory: sociologist who ta
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Robert Bales, Symbolic Interactionism, Group Dynamics

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While social structure is useful in that it provides an ordered framework for society and our interactions with others, it also constrains the ways peo
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Identity Politics, Signify, Natural Disaster

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As this textbook has demonstrated, sociologists focus on the significance of group membership and its impact on the individual. These groups provide be
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Rheumatism, Ontario Academic Credit, Uptodate

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Canadians are not only living longer, but they are living more complex lives than earlier generations. One of the consequences of greater life expectan
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Culture Industry, Habituation, Thorstein Veblen

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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Critical Geography, Critical Management Studies, Narrative Inquiry

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Rumours: in every social settings & every kind of news, medium to express political views, construct images of reality & show social solidarity. Shibut
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Neoliberalism, Frankfurt School, False Consciousness

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Soc103 chapter 15 politics & ideologies. Especially interested in how political power is converted into authority. By october of 2009: canadians had ex
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Narrowcasting, Social Constructionism, Hyperreality

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The mass media not only provide entertainment and information, they affect our social institutions as well as our behaviour. Debates have long raged ab
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RYERSONSOC 103TeppermannWinter

SOC 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Late Capitalism, Differential Association, Opiate

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Karl marx and max weber both acknowledged social class as a key determinant of inequality. For marx, people"s relationship to the means of production d
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UTSGSOC103H1TeppermannWinter

SOC103H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Global City, Gaydar, Structural Adjustment

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4. lower class in the case of detachment generalization because: he/she feels threatened, he/she dislikes that person, he/she is shy, none of the above
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UTSGSOC103H1TeppermannWinter

Reading Sociology Notes.pdf

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SOC103H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Bogardus Social Distance Scale, Social Inequality, Interculturalism

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Race and ethnicity have emerged as important sources of difference in canada; however, as emphasized in this chapter, race and ethnicity are historical
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UTSGSOC103H1TeppermannWinter

SOC103H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Wield, Frotteurism, Fetishism

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This chapter examines sexuality as a social construction; that is, while there is a biological component to sexuality, like everything else in our soci
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UTSGSOC103H1TeppermannWinter

SOC103H1 Chapter Notes -Cultural Mosaic, Social Constructionism, George Herbert Mead

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Chapter 1: introducing sociology: sociology emerged 200 years ago in response to new social problems that arose from industrialization, urbanization an
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UTSGSOC103H1TeppermannWinter

SOC103H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Neoliberalism, Problem Gambling, Anatol Rapoport

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Our primary socialization- our earliest childhood training- initially causes us to view certain characters (police officers, teachers, to treat with re
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Hate Crime, Social Inequality, Canada Men'S National Soccer Team

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Crime is a social problem because it has real effects on people"s health, safety and well being. It reduces people"s trust in social institutions, thei
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SOC103H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Symbolic Interactionism, Pierre Bourdieu

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It encompasses all of the objects, artifacts, institutions, organizations, ideas, and beliefs that make up the social environment of human life. Cultur
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UTSGSOC103H1TeppermannWinter

SOC103H1 Lecture Notes - George Herbert Mead, Talcott Parsons, Symbolic Interactionism

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In other words, it is more appropriate to talk of families, rather than the family". A recurrent theme throughout the chapter is the distinction betwee
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