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UTSGSOC212H1Jenna VallerianiSummer

SOC212H1 Lecture Notes - Stanford Prison Experiment, Milgram Experiment, Social Inequality

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23 May 2013
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Deviance - the recognized violation of cultural norms. People become deviant as others define them that way. If we are criminal, it depends on the reac
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UTSGSOC212H1Jenna VallerianiSummer

SOC212H1 Lecture Notes - Deterrence Theory, Discourse Analysis, Deductive Reasoning

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23 May 2013
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Becarria and bentham = ground work for deterrence theory. Punishments impoased will deter people from committing crimes. Fear of punishment will preven
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UTSGSOC212H1Jenna VallerianiSummer

SOC212H1 Lecture Notes - Corporate Crime, Panopticons, Vocal Majority

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23 May 2013
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Some do not think smoking marijuana is not deviant because it is more socially acceptable. Says something about the way we define deviance. Psychologic
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymWinter

Sociology Exam Notes PDF.pdf

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24 Apr 2013
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Ancient times the rise of islam put a stop to a lot of trade tolerant regime in african and southern spain. Point 2: first seen in the great depression
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

POL101 LEC+READINGS landscape word 2.doc

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24 Apr 2013
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The point of political science is to try to make sense of the world we live in in a scholarly sense. By simplifying, by focusing on what matters and wh
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinWinter

POL101Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Collective Action, Hegemonic Stability Theory, Complex Interdependence

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24 Apr 2013
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11. what are the core principles of parliamentary government: tend to lead to majority rule, executive reflects legislative branch, only legitimate ins
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