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WESTERNSociology 2223A/ByeagarFall

Sociology 2223A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Pinkerton (Detective Agency), Private Police, Strike Action

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28 Dec 2018
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Historical come around: thames river police, london circa 1798. First policemen were private watchmen: untrained and poorly paid. Industrialists employ
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WESTERNSociology 2223A/ByeagarFall

Sociology 2223A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Visible Minority, Private Police, Substance Dependence

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28 Dec 2018
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Protection varies by class, gender and race: 20% of police contacts are with the mentally ill and substance dependent over half of those people that ar
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WESTERNSociology 2223A/ByeagarFall

Sociology 2223A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Visible Minority, Substance Dependence, Relate

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28 Dec 2018
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Protection varies by class, gender and race: 20% of police contacts are with the mentally ill and substance dependent over half of those people that ar
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WESTERNSociology 2223A/ByeagarFall

Sociology 2223A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pinkerton (Detective Agency), Private Police, Strike Action

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28 Dec 2018
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Historical come around: thames river police, london circa 1798. First policemen were private watchmen: untrained and poorly paid. Industrialists employ
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WESTERNSociology 2223A/ByeagarFall

Sociology 2223A/B Lecture 1: Soc 2223 Lecture _1

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28 Dec 2018
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Why study policing: largest municipal expense for major towns in canada (more than courts and corrections combined, address controversies, policing rac
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WESTERNChildhood and Social Institutions 3345F/GHurleyFall

Childhood and Social Institutions 3345F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Personality Disorder, Methamphetamine

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28 Dec 2018
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Neglect is the most frequent reported form of child maltreatment because. Neglect is inaccurate, mother-blaming, it lumps together very different situa
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WESTERNChildhood and Social Institutions 3340F/GBirnbaumFall

Childhood and Social Institutions 3340F/G Lecture 1: -3340 Lectures

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28 Dec 2018
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WESTERNChildhood and Social Institutions 3340F/GBirnbaumFall

Childhood and Social Institutions 3340F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Ambivalence

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28 Dec 2018
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Most children were sad, insecure, loyalty issues, guilt, self-blame. Changes of separation led to changes in time spent with friends. No matter where t
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-12: Ted Nelson, Jstor, Hypertext

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28 Dec 2018
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-12: Jorge Luis Borges

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28 Dec 2018
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Week one: the library of babel by jorge luis borges. The universe is composed of an indefinite, infinite number of hexagonal galleries. From any hexago
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Turing Test, Interactive Fiction

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28 Dec 2018
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Sense of being in the game characterized by the person"s thoughts, attention and goals are all focused in and around the game as opposed to anything el
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Playtime, The Queers, Children'S Book Council Of Australia

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28 Dec 2018
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The solving of puzzles in a game = arrestive moment. Your reading slows time in time as you riddle through the story and then speeds up. Produces narra
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Interactive Fiction, Graham Nelson, Contiguity

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28 Dec 2018
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Co-author, moving things around, gather different pieces. Week 10: spatial and epistemic immersion in nelson"s curses! Narrative immersion: constructio
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Interactive Fiction, Multilinear Map, Rhizome

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28 Dec 2018
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The narrator focuses on the top-down organization. Certain number of results occur, what happens if you don"t have this story falls apart. The paradox
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hypertext

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28 Dec 2018
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The enhance interactivity encouraged by if necessities a reconceptualization of the notion of the reader. Hypertext = participate, make choices which i
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Interactive Fiction, Graham Nelson, Adventure International

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28 Dec 2018
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What we learn today will be useful for this assignment. Not changing the matter, changing the manner. Talk about things you tried to do but did not wor
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mind Map, Multilinear Map, Hypertext

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28 Dec 2018
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Interactive Fiction, Multilinear Map, Rhizome

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28 Dec 2018
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Author has most control and reader has very little/no control. The author codes everything but the reader has the control. Reader has the maximum contr
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hypertext Fiction, Topos

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28 Dec 2018
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Enigma Machine, Granularity, Fuck

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28 Dec 2018
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Increasing your zoom level in other words, the granularity. At least 10 different endings and they are all depressing. Grammatical (king cried and the
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Diegesis, Mimesis

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28 Dec 2018
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Always told in order; however most narratives screw up the order. This is to say, mimesis (in its purest form) us aesthetic representation of real even
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WESTERNEnglish 1028F/GChristopher KeepFall

English 1028F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Wayne C. Booth, Hypermedia, Stanley Fish

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28 Dec 2018
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Says there is a distinct technology: books are programs basically instruction sets for cognitive performance, that reading must be understood as our re
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Italic Type, Roman Type, Emily Short

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28 Dec 2018
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Baker street is a room. (anything in quotation makes after the room, inform knows it is the description) baker street is west of oxford street. Street
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WESTERNEnglish 1027F/GChristopher Keep

English 1027F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Narration, Diegesis, Metanarrative

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28 Dec 2018
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Mimesis: imitation of actions (when a poet adopts a persona to deliver a speech) Diegesis: recounting of actions (when a poet speaks in their own voice
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Herophilos, Fourth Ventricle, Erasistratus

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28 Dec 2018
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The discovery of the body: human dissection and its cultural contexts in ancient greece. Herophilus and his younger contemporary erasistratus of ceos =
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Prehistoric Medicine, Human Body, Trepanning

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28 Dec 2018
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Shape of something perceives its function something is shaped how it is to perform a specific task (ears shaped to draw sound) Structure of the human b
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture 1: tutorial ONE of history of medicine

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28 Dec 2018
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How to read a history of medicine article. Read introduction conclusion and scam and read every single line. When your done reading it write examples o
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Chapter 2: HoM - reading 2

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28 Dec 2018
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Kotodama, Hubris, Middle Ages

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28 Dec 2018
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2 of the people dissected learn difference between arteries and veins. Gallon math, started medicine young, he dissected animals, modifies what the 2 p
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Body Snatching

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28 Dec 2018
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Said that people would steal then sell these items to medical students for example. The one doctor was sentenced to 3 months in the common jail. 2 stea
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Thomas Sydenham, Stethoscope, French Revolution

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28 Dec 2018
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How to asses health symptoms before stethoscope. Before the stethoscope the doctor listened to your subjectively telling of yourself. Stethoscope: for
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Medicine Man, On Ancient Medicine, Ethnocentrism

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28 Dec 2018
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Unit 2 physiology: prehistory to ancient history. Physiology explains the how the function of the body. Anatomy is the what: it is the eyeball the pupi
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Interventricular Septum, Pulmonary Circulation, Pulmonary Vein

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28 Dec 2018
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Walter Bradford Cannon, Lumleian Lectures, Phlegm

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28 Dec 2018
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Chapter 1: HoM - Reading 1 +

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28 Dec 2018
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The discovery of the body: human dissection and its cultural contexts in ancient greece. Two greeks, herophilus of chalcedon and his younger contempora
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Herophilos, Erasistratus, Fourth Ventricle

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28 Dec 2018
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The discovery of the body: human dissection and its cultural contexts in ancient greece. Two greeks, herophilus of chalcedon and his younger contempora
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Body Snatching, Andreas Vesalius, Gladiator

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28 Dec 2018
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Unpurified people so there was a negative view. Based on religion, morals and laws it was forbidden. Grossed out by cutting skin, and it was symbolic.
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ear Pain, Prehistoric Medicine, Cochlea

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28 Dec 2018
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That root is the heathen, say this prayer . 1850 a. d. prayer is superstition, drink this potion . 1930 that potion is snake oil, swallow this pill . 1
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: English Canada, Radiography, Andreas Vesalius

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28 Dec 2018
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Began removing dogs ear, made an incision from leg to neck. Mutilated dog regained consciousness while he went to deal with another patient. Came back
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WESTERNHistory of Science 2220Dorotea GucciardoFall

History of Science 2220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Erasistratus, Herophilos, Fathom

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28 Dec 2018
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To understand galen, we need to look at the history before galen, during galen. Alexandria was a site of wealth and was ruled by a king who was okay wi
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