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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Hegemonic Masculinity, Bullying Culture, Impression Management

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Organization: each institution has its own atmosphere based on security. So once you start to work there, there are a variety of ways you learn. Correc
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Ascribed Status, Vacuum, Erving Goffman

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Journal titles italisized and volume #, issue # in parentheses. An attribute that ppl have that is deeply discrediting. And effectively taints them dur
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Argot, Indep, Jargon

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The norms values, belief system that facilitate the operation of the prison. Standards we feel ppl should be abiding by. How we feel the institution sh
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

The Prison Population Kate's third lecture of the Winter Semester 2011: Prison Population It includes: Prisons In Canada Statistics Women and Crime Correctional Philosophies (Formal equality, assimilationist, substantive equality) Administrative Excl

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Either held in provinial custod awaiting trial (remand) or released awaiting. 9 out of 10 have a previous conviction. 86% previous youth sentence or ad
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Solitary Confinement, Auburn System, Intensive Animal Farming

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The work they do in the other model isn"t actually reforming type work, it"s. Labor will give you skills that will lead to later employment. If you tea
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Hegemonic Masculinity, Transgressive Fiction, Hypermasculinity

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By attending programming it"s not like the msgs are gonna resonate anymore. Creates narratives around individs that suggests their dep. Resonance: msgs
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UOTTAWACRM 1301Deborah LandryFall

CRM 1301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: The Burning Times, Mccarthyism, Market Economy

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The black plague 1300s (black death) 200 yrs of epidemics. Emergence of capitalism (profit ethic) it became a business ; had to keep. Dark age of quebe
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatWinter

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Henri Fayol, Ideal Type, Morale

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Ex. every part of an engine has specific function. All theories during the industrial revol"n had one thing in common the belief that organizations sho
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatWinter

Chapter 4: Systems Approaches Lecture notes on Chapter 4: Systems Approaches

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Interdependence: for organizations to survive they"re dependent on each. Permeable boundaries: what kind of patent is available to allow. *** encourage
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UOTTAWACMN 1148Rumaisa ShaukatWinter

CMN 1148 Lecture Notes - Organizational Communication, Active Listening, Outsourcing

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Need more requisite skills (ex. active listening, etc. ) to. Moving beyond national economic boundaries to do business with other. Can be perpetrated b
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Kate FletcherWinter

The Emergence of Modern Prison Kate Fletcher's first lecture of Winter Semester 2011 titled "The Emergence of Modern Prison"

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Catholic church developed prisons ppl would go to prison cuz they. Idea that god could only take someone"s life so they needed to be put away. Can feel
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