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UTSCMATA32H3Xiamei JiangFall

Week 8 Lecture

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UTSCSOCB44H3John HanniganFall

SOCB44H3 Lecture Notes - Urban Renewal, Africville, Underground Railroad

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18 Oct 2011
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In 1920"s and 30"s, major problem had to do with migration and immigration. Cities like chicago had suddenly grown overnight into large tropical urban
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UTSCSOCB51H3Joe HermerWinter

Week 10 Lecture

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UTSCSOCB51H3Joe HermerWinter

Week 9 Lecture

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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Final Exam Study Guide

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Week 11 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB58H3Sarah KnudsonWinter

Week 8 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Week 7 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

SOCB26H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Meritocracy, Structural Functionalism, Conflict Theories

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17 Oct 2011
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Two big ideas: positions in society: schooling is the most efficient means by which the most talented individuals assume the most important. School is
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

SOCB26H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dolce & Gabbana, Numeracy, Meritocracy

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17 Oct 2011
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However, you can"t inherit educational qualifications: the fact that a parent has a medical certification as doctor/lawyer/university professor, you ca
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Week 1 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCCITB01H3Andre SorensenFall

Final Exam Study Guide - Question 5 & 6

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB54H3Julian TannerFall

Week 9 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB54H3Julian TannerFall

Week 8 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB54H3Julian TannerFall

Week 11 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB54H3Julian TannerFall

Week 7 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB54H3Julian TannerFall

Week 6 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB54H3Julian TannerFall

Week 10 Lecture

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCCITB01H3Andre SorensenWinter

Chapter 7

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Barter, Georg Simmel, Peer Pressure

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17 Oct 2011
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Recap: circle understood what the social is meant association understood his methodology forms of association. * we saw how he applied those themes to
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Imperial Cult, Alexis De Tocqueville, Georg Simmel

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17 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - George Herbert Mead, Symbolic Interactionism, Behaviorism

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17 Oct 2011
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First person who was not born in europe, was born in massachusetts in 1863. Father was minister, mother came from family line that had valuable achieve
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Georg Simmel, French Revolution

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17 Oct 2011
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Born in 1958 in middle of berlin, his whole life was really cosmopolitan/metropolitan life. Wrote essays on the stranger, people who are involved but n
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Wage Labour

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17 Oct 2011
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Weber divided world into economics and politics. Inspired people to leave families and traditions in families. Magic = certain objects are supposed to
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Protestant Work Ethic, Verstehen, Puritans

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17 Oct 2011
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Not enough to say capitalism generates wealth: smith. Not enough to say certain elites exploit others: marx. Spirit of capitalism = motivation behind c
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: German Studies, Roman Economy, Protestantism

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17 Oct 2011
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Born in germany in 1864, eldest of 7 children. They had fled from catholic persecution but became very successful entrepreneurs. There is a deep link b
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UTSCSOCA02H3John HanniganWinter

Week 13 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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Anything that defines contemporary life is shopping. Some sayings on t-shirts: born to shop , shop til you drop . Shopping has gone through a number of
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UTSCSOCA02H3John HanniganWinter

Week 6 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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Says: the city is a world of strangers simply because everybody cannot know everyone else. Nevertheless, urbanites can and do arrange things such that
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UTSCSOCA02H3John HanniganWinter

Week 10 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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The city of collective memory" (christine boyer) Idea is that space is not neutral the physical space in the city takes on symbolic meaning. The study
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UTSCSOCA02H3John HanniganWinter

Week 12 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCA02H3John HanniganWinter

Week 9 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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Secondary relationships: those that tend to be more associational in nature. Membership in organizations and clubs, those types of relationship where t
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UTSCSOCA02H3John HanniganWinter

Week 8 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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Things we take for granted: benches, steps, entrances, doors. Become quite important in terms of micro environment inner city. E. g. entrances most com
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UTSCWSTB12H3ZwisslerWinter

Week 12 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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Looking at cross-hatch of different ways to focus on problem. Geographical local issues (community) or national scale. Focus on trauma/crisis rather th
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UTSCWSTB12H3ZwisslerWinter

WSTB12H3 Lecture Notes - Quid Pro Quo, Heterosexism, Heteronormativity

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16 Oct 2011
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UTSCWSTB12H3ZwisslerWinter

Week 10 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mechanical And Organic Solidarity, Heredity, Anomie

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16 Oct 2011
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Lecture Notes - Mechanical And Organic Solidarity

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16 Oct 2011
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Primary rule of conduct that all people have recognized as moral character is: everybody should realize themselves as collective type (good citizens) T
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Week 5 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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He is the first academic french sociologist. Had a job called sociologist, fits with his type of personality. Set up journals for sociology, had studen
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UTSCWSTB12H3ZwisslerWinter

Week 8 Lecture

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16 Oct 2011
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Quid pro quo = a type of harassment when someone"s boss tell they have to sleep with them or else they won"t be promoted. Sexual harassment = anytime s
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UTSCWSTB12H3ZwisslerWinter

Week 6 Tutorial

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16 Oct 2011
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