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UTSGSOC103H1TaaWinter

SOC103_-_Chapter_16.docx

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24 Apr 2012
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Soc103 - chapter 16 social movements & voluntary associations. Unlike other voluntary associations, social movements usually have a political goal. Int
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UTSGSOC102H1TaaWinter

SOC103_-_Chapter_15.docx

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24 Apr 2012
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Soc103 chapter 15 politics & ideologies. Especially interested in how political power is converted into authority. By october of 2009: canadians had ex
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UTSGSOC103H1TaaWinter

SOC103_-_Chapter_14.docx

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24 Apr 2012
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Soc103 chapter 15 politics & ideologies. Especially interested in how political power is converted into authority. By october of 2009: canadians had ex
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UTSGCLA160H1Ephraim LytleWinter

CLA160 CHAPTER 4-12 NOTES.docx

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24 Apr 2012
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Chapter 4 notes: the emergence of greek civilization (minoan age to archaic age) Greeks were never completely united (separate states & citizens) but h
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UTSGCLA160H1Ephraim LytleWinter

CLA160 chapters 4-12 study guide

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23 Apr 2012
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Chapter 4 notes: the emergence of greek civilization (minoan age to archaic age) Greeks were never completely united (separate states & citizens) but h
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UTSGANT100Y1Marcel DanesiFall

arch lecture one

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10 Feb 2011
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N archaeology is concerned with everyday practises and everyday life. N for example, tools which were used back in the day as well as pots and bone too
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

term 1 test study guide detailed and simplistic to follow

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10 Feb 2011
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsWinter

linguistics- first and third lecs

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10 Feb 2011
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pubic Arch, Pubic Symphysis, World Health Organization

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7 Dec 2010
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Partial tibia(knee bone) provides strong evidence for bipedality. Primitive (ape like) cranial morphology and a derived (human like) postcranial morpho
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

lecture 3 bio

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7 Dec 2010
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Anthropology lecture 3 primates behaviour and ecology. Goals primates differ from mammals basic taxonomic characteristics of living primates primate ec
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Polytomy, Evolutionary Anthropology, Cladistics

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7 Dec 2010
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Modern synthesis of evolution how evolution works at level of phenotypes, genes and population. Cell somatic cells: most cells in body except sex cells
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UTSGANT100Y1Christopher WattsFall

lecture 1 biology

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7 Dec 2010
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Section goals: historical development of biological science, diversity of life & natural processes produced this diversity, fundamental biological & ev
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