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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Personal Distress, Doctor Of Psychology, Etiology

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Psychological disorder: behavioural, emotional or cognitive dysfunctions within an individual associated with distress or impairment in functioning and
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Rhetorical Criticism, Onomatopoeia, Bacon

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The human use of symbols to communicate. Communication as purpose for rhetoric: humans as creators, rhetoric involves symbols created and used by human
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Rhetorical Criticism, Onomatopoeia, Bacon

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The human use of symbols to communicate. Communication as purpose for rhetoric: humans as creators, rhetoric involves symbols created and used by human
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UWFINE112Bojana VidekanicWinter

FINE112 Lecture Notes - Camille Pissarro, The Stone Breakers, Color Theory

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Art prior to impressionism was highly political - impressionists not concerned with politics. France in a state of political turmoil with many empires
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U REGINACLAS100Sheila AgerFall

Greek Philosophy Introduction to Greek philosophy, including early scientists and their beliefs and pre-scientific cosmogony.

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The pre-socratic"s: engaging in philosophy before socrates (469-399bce) Philosophy, greek philo sophia: love of wisdom/knowledge, pursuit of knowledge
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U REGINACLAS100Sheila AgerFall

Greek Literature Introduction to Greek literature detailing the three most famous playwrights and their works: Sophocles, Aeschylus and special attention to Euripides.

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Specifically the athenians - extremely significant to culture. Every year a festival called dionysia took place; featured the production of plays. Comm
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U REGINACLAS100Sheila AgerFall

Pato Lecture notes detailing the life of Plato, his works, beliefs and relation to Socrates.

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Difficult to determine what is socrates and what is plato. After death of socrates he was bitter with the state. Grew up during that war; war between c
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UWPSYCH101Colin Mac LeodFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Circadian Rhythm, Theta Wave, Delta Wave

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Not dangerous to wake someone while sleep walking. Our awareness of ourselves and our environment. Circadian rhythm: the regular biological rhythms tha
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U REGINACLAS100Sheila AgerFall

Early Christianity Outlines the beginnings of Christianity, appeal to convert, survival of the religion, martyrs, issues of religious perception, and society in the church.

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Origins in judaism: belief in single, absolute creator. Contrasts with polytheism of greeks and romans. Judaism: figure of messiah important in judaism
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UWPSYCH101Colin Mac LeodFall

Developmental Psychology Lecture and textbook notes covering all of developmental psychology from prenatal to adulthood; includes cognitive and social development in the stages, the detailed theories of Jean Piaget, Erik Erikson and Lawrence Kohlberg, as

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Developmental psychology: the branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive and social change throughout the lifespan: how a child learns to wa
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Study Guide - Final Guide: Schizoid Personality Disorder, Paranoid Personality Disorder, Obsessive–Compulsive Personality Disorder

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Personality disorder: enduring maladaptive patterns for relating to the environment and oneself, exhibited in a wide range of contexts that cause signi
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Mental Health Services Lecture and textbook notes (ch. 16) which details legal and ethical issues, ethical treatment and clinical practice guidelines.

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Ethical dilemmas faced: abuse, inadequate treatment, etc. Civil commitment laws: legal proceedings that determine a person has a mental disorder and ma
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U REGINACLAS100Sheila AgerFall

Greek and Roman Gods Lecture notes from guest professor that describe Greek and Roman gods, including mystery religions and some traditions surrounding the religion in general (votives, polytheism, etc).

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U REGINACLAS100Sheila AgerFall

Mythical Creatures Lecture notes from guest professor about the kinds of mythical creatures in Greek mythology and the stories associated with them.

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U REGINACLAS100Sheila AgerFall

Omens and Oracles Lecture notes from guest professor about omens, oracles, inductive divination and intuitive divination.

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Omen: something that is observed, happens naturally but are extraordinary. Messages from the gods; breaks natural order of things. Can be provoked (ie.
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Developmental Disorder

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Disorders revealed in a clinically significant way during a child"s developing years and are a concern to families and the educational system. Difficul
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Kenneth Burke, Rhetoric

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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - International Monetary Fund, Gross Domestic Product, Bretton Woods Conference

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Globalisation: the worldwide exchange of money, goods, and services as well as the socio-cultural changes that occur as a result: entanglement of diver
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

Midterm 3 Review Review material for the third midterm; covers lecture and textbook notes on religion, crime and mass media (chapters 13, 14, 17).

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How the forces influences individuals and their lives. Religion: a set of organised beliefs about the supernatural or spiritual world that guides behav
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Religious Pluralism, Civil Religion, Christian Symbolism

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Totem an object that has special significance and meaning for a group of believers. According to durkheim, the group awareness that manifests itself, i
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Ecosystem Diversity, Paul J. Crutzen, Shortwave Radiation

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Environmental sociology: the study of the interaction between human society and the physical environment. Emerged after 1970 earth day, inspired social
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Obsessive–Compulsive Personality Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Paranoid Personality Disorder

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Personality disorder: enduring maladaptive patterns for relating to the environment and oneself, exhibited in a wide range of contexts that cause signi
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Richard Cloward, Lloyd Ohlin, Autopsy

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Criminology: the study of causation, crime prevention, and the punishment and rehabilitation of offenders: also the body of knowledge regarding crime a
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Paul De Man, Richard Hoggart, Jacques Derrida

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Beliefs reflect a group"s fundamental social, economic, political or cultural interests. Primary components are evaluative beliefs about which there ar
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Dementia Praecox, Schizophreniform Disorder, Schizoaffective Disorder

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Schizophrenia: involves characteristic disturbances in thinking (delusions), perception (hallucinations), speech, emotions and behaviour. Majority of p
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - New Religious Movement, Christian Symbolism, Collective Effervescence

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How the forces influences individuals and their lives. Religion: a set of organised beliefs about the supernatural or spiritual world that guides behav
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Carolyn Ellis, Quintilian, Multiperspectivity

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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Martin Bormann

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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: E. O. Wilson, Konrad Lorenz, Feral Child

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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - High School Diploma, Credentialism And Educational Inflation, Talcott Parsons

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Education responsible for the transmission of particular knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes deemed desirable in a given society. Formal education
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Socioeconomic Status, Delayed Gratification, Deindustrialization

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An individual"s relatively stable pattern of behaviours and feelings. Debate between whether biological or environment define the person we become. The
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Female Genital Mutilation, Poet Shirt, Genital Modification And Mutilation

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Sex: a determination of male or female on the basis of a set of socially agreed upon biological criteria: refers to physical bodies, divides human popu
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Mikhail Bakhtin, Rhetoric, Thesis Statement

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Rooted in the assumption that certain types of situations provoke similar needs and expectations in audiences, and call for particular kinds of rhetori
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UWENGL104Michael HancockWinter

ENGL104 Lecture Notes - Rhetorical Criticism, Rhetoric, Reality Television

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Processes of rhetorical criticism involves four steps. Artefact can be thought of as a set of signs that are taken together as creating an interrelated
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Specific Phobia

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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - E. O. Wilson, Konrad Lorenz, Feral Child

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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Social Stratification, Conspicuous Leisure, Social Inequality

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Social stratification: society"s hierarchical ranking of people into social classes. Social class: group of individuals sharing a position in a social
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

Definitions: Chapters 1-5 All bolded words and their definitions from chapters one through five (what is covered on the first midterm).

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Systematic study of human groups and their interactions. View of society based on the dynamic relationships between individuals and the larger social n
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Acute Stress Reaction, Cognitive Disorder, Panic Disorder

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Psychological disorder: behavioural, emotional or cognitive dysfunctions within an individual associated with distress or impairment in functioning and
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UBISHOPSSOC 101Barry Mc ClincheyWinter

SOC 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rural Sociology, Auguste Comte, Republic (Plato)

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