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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerWinter

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: China Blue

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20 Jan 2015
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The factory in the city was outsourced by a multi-corporation (how these corporation. Global care change women travelling the world to work as domestic
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerWinter

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Food Regimes, Economic Globalization, Capital Control

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20 Jan 2015
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Gottfried related to the expansion of capitalism; stretched from europe to all parts of the world when britain was in imperial power (example) britain
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YORKCRIM 3656Livy VisanoWinter

CRIM 3656 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Penology

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17 Jan 2015
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YORKCRIM 3656Livy VisanoWinter

CRIM 3656 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Immanence, Concatenation, Positivism

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17 Jan 2015
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Satan would control the body and the mind; that influenced the notion of power; make people feel guilty if they didn"t believe in their notion of confo
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YORKHREQ 4400DasguptaFall

HREQ 4400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Afrocentrism, Reverse Racism, Grammatical Gender

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23 Dec 2014
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Racism today: racism has become deracialized; not saying that the old form of racism doesn"t exist. She was a health worker, medical engineering techno
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YORKHREQ 4400DasguptaFall

HREQ 4400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Offender Profiling

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKHREQ 4400DasguptaFall

HREQ 4400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pseudoscience, Sociobiology, Antifeminism

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23 Dec 2014
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Idea of race we all belong to different categories; notion that there are different species (in the olden days) pseudo-science debunked by scientists w
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YORKHREQ 4400DasguptaFall

Lecture 5 October 16 2014.docx

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23 Dec 2014
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Islamaphobia: edward said *saeed* images about the so called orient; it"s a very imaginary space. Do we mean middle east part of this discourse is that
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YORKHREQ 4400DasguptaFall

HREQ 4400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Helen Betty Osborne

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKHREQ 4400DasguptaFall

HREQ 4400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Black Body, Internalized Racism, Stereotype

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23 Dec 2014
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White skin privilege not a form, but it is something you see those who have white skin are being treated differently; have an unearned advantage given
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gender Equality, Strike Action, Subornation Of Perjury

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23 Dec 2014
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Review of transitions: pre-european gender egalitarianism; communal societies, pre-industrial settler society interdependence; productive work gender s
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Neoliberalism

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23 Dec 2014
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60s and 70s rise of women"s movements. 80s and 90s beginning and the end of post-modernism establishing a welfare state; sense of moving forward or pro
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Unconformity, Consumerism, Commuter Town

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gender Identity, Ibm Officevision, Hegemonic Masculinity

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23 Dec 2014
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Looking at work and economy through a feminist lens exposes h. gottfried. Canada has highest female rate participation rate in the world. Women work o
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Family Wage, Shift Work, Devaluation

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Margarine, Nuclear Family, Pension

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Real Wages, Male Privilege, Silvia Federici

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23 Dec 2014
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60s and 70s there was a rise of the women"s movement and defined by the women as the second wave. Environmental movement began; greater awareness about
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Morality, International Trade, National Labor Relations Act

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23 Dec 2014
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1929 stock market crash beginning of economic crisis globally. People were worried and started selling their stocks. Fear the ability of banks: run on
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YORKSOSC 3130Jan KainerFall

SOSC 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Swallowing, Family Wage, Parenting

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23 Dec 2014
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Women and industrialization: gender division and labour historical perspective. A lot of people were dead by the time they were 40. Implications on gen
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Frankpledge, Bow Street Runners, Marine Police Force

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Europol, Nationstates, Space Wars

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23 Dec 2014
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Activities that: *police protect and have a certain interest* *crime is better understood at a political phenomenon shaped by conflict* We see policing
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Social Enterprise, Critical Thinking

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23 Dec 2014
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Policing: critical thinking is not in demand, we defer to the police basis of social order, producing the order it is a limited view of social order. E
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Human Rights Watch, Fendi, Air Freshener

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23 Dec 2014
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Crime control rhetoric and police legitimation *profounded by the police* Homicides occur with people who know each other. The patrol police are workin
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ibm System R, Homicide, Police Misconduct

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23 Dec 2014
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Myths constitute realities and penetrate common sense (gusfield, 1981). Scc argued that there is police discretion; however, they don"t know what it is
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ordinal Data, Community Policing, Toronto Police Service

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23 Dec 2014
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International policing suggest that the macro level is order maintenance keeping the peace *it is what they do* Not law enforcement because it is a sym
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Corporate Crime, Loose Coupling, Extortion

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Dirty Talk, Helen Betty Osborne, Defeminization

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKCRIM 3655Livy VisanoFall

CRIM 3655 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Police Accountability, Misfeasance, Melford Stevenson

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23 Dec 2014
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Tuesday september 30, 2014: crime committed by those in office *e. g. mens rea and actus rea, there are corrupt cops, but police deserve attention beca
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Shoplifting, Neoliberalism, Corporate Crime

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23 Dec 2014
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**a paragraph of the program and what it is about; goals and objectives** Neo-liberalism and acturaialism in context: blending of welfare and actuarial
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Statistical Significance, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Big Society

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23 Dec 2014
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Funding and financing: the pursuit of stable, long-term funding. It withers and they die because of a lack of funding; beyond the typical two or three
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Risk Society, Mandatory Sentencing, Neoliberalism

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23 Dec 2014
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September 26, 2014: very complicated to understand; rooted in discourse rather than reality; a way of talking about or describing the way of the crime.
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Disorganization Theory, Neoliberalism, Neighborhood Watch

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23 Dec 2014
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Essay: general type or crime prevention mode situational, environmental design community based, neighborhood watch social prevention educational progra
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Stranger Danger, Securitization, Social Construction Of Gender

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23 Dec 2014
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Ap/sosc 3654- politics of crime prevention and security. Gender socially constructed role of male and females; distinguish between sex and it is descri
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Commodification, Neoliberalism, Crime Science

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23 Dec 2014
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Criticisms and limitations: displacement, escalation, and adaption. Widely used crime prevention models; also one of the most diverse crime prevention
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Disorganization Theory, Neighborhood Watch, Access Control

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23 Dec 2014
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Evaluate the program by going with steps; theoretical frameworks, assumptions, are is it affective. Negative undecided effects on how crime is affected
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Crime Prevention, Neoliberalism, Regional Policy Of The European Union

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Neoliberalism

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23 Dec 2014
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Perverse Incentive, Neighborhood Watch, Arson

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23 Dec 2014
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*neighborhood watch and broken windows and broken windows policing* very similar to the. Cpted approach is that they are rooted in rational choice theo
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YORKCRIM 3654Dana WilliamsFall

CRIM 3654 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Statistical Significance, Neoliberalism, Internal Validity

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23 Dec 2014
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Better than it was in the past. Require some kind of a knowledge based in order to design effect to give crime prevention programs. Have been revealed
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YORKSOSC 2650Anita LamFall

SOSC 2650 Lecture Notes - Harm Principle, Public Good, Homicide

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3 Feb 2014
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To reform practices in soceity and to advance. Knowledge from new discoveries, inventions and explorations. In 18th century of europe was a time of pea
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