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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Value Over Replacement Player, Restorative Justice, Young Offenders Act

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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Lecture Notes - Youth Rights, Young Offenders Act, Formal System

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20 Apr 2013
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This chapter is intended to draw attention to the positive developments in the juvenile justice policy field as well as to some of the challenges that
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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Psychoeducation, Young Offenders Act, Youth Rights

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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Sexually Transmitted Infection, Sexual Assault, Chronic Poverty

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20 Apr 2013
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Street-involved youth are visible living on the streets of most major canadian urban centers. 19th century literature popularized huckleberry finn and
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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Child Protective Services, Social Control Theory, Exhibitionism

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20 Apr 2013
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Sexual exploitation --> the abuse of children and youth by exchanging sexual activity for money, drugs and/or basic needs. Most were forced or coerced
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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Lecture Notes - Eastern Canada, The Maritimes, Extortion

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20 Apr 2013
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The maritimes: nova scotia roughly 10 gangs, sex trade, prostitution, and trafficking of young women most common. Quebec: roughly 50 known games (mostl
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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Crime In Canada, Shared Experience, Critical Role

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20 Apr 2013
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Chapter 10 - aboriginal youth crime in canada aboriginal - includes individuals who identify as first nations, m tis or inuit values - a collective con
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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Peer Pressure, Novelty Seeking, Psychopharmacology

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Issues of substance abuse and related crime in adolescence. Canadians rank in the top 50 in the world in alcohol consumption substance abuse- excessive
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U OF GSOC 3750Bill O' GradyWinter

SOC 3750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Youth Criminal Justice Act, Assault, Autonomic Nervous System

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20 Apr 2013
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Patterns of crime and trends in juvenile justice lower rates of violence and aggression in recent years increased media on girl violence is socially co
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Identity Crisis, 18 Months

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6 Apr 2013
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Social Rejection, Prefrontal Cortex, Limbic System

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6 Apr 2013
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Emotional states are transitory - depend more on a situation. Emotional traits - a pattern of emotional reactions that a person consistently experience
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Carol Dweck, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Walter Mischel

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6 Apr 2013
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Police mistakenly shot a man can fired 41 bullets. Personalizing cognition - the science prompted a recall a similar event from their own life. People
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nachos, Apperception

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6 Apr 2013
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Before the 400 he listened to jazz, before the 200 he listened to rap. Motives - are internal states that arouse and direct behaviour toward specific o
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Karen Horney, Subliminal Stimuli, Spreading Activation

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6 Apr 2013
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The neo-analytical movement contemporary psychologists being based on the following 5 though the unconscious still plays a large role in life - perhaps
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Tension Headache, Optimism, White Blood Cell

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5 Apr 2013
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Health psychology - study the relationship between the mind and the body - as well as the way in which these two components respond to the challenges f
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Social Learning Theory, Femininity, Evolutionary Psychology

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5 Apr 2013
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Sex, gender, and personality sex differences: average differences between women and men in personality or behaviour. The science and politics of studyi
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Masculinity, Evolutionary Psychology, Role Theory

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5 Apr 2013
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Sex, gender, and personality sex differences: average differences between women and men in personality or behaviour. The science and politics of studyi
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Femininity, Masculinity, Fidgeting

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Sex, gender, and personality sex differences: average differences between women and men in personality or behaviour. The science and politics of studyi
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Extraversion And Introversion, Factor Analysis, Silent Treatment

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5 Apr 2013
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Selection situation selection - choosing to enter some situations and not others. Mutual attraction love was the most favourited. Assortative mating fo
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