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UTSGIRE346H1Dionne PohlerFall

IRE346H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Assistant Professor, Merit System, Motivation

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2 Dec 2018
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Assignment 1: environmental and organizational assessment of the edwards school of business. An articulation of purpose of the organization and the val
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UTSGIRE346H1Dionne PohlerFall

IRE346H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Strategic Planning, Principes, Predictably Irrational

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2 Dec 2018
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UTSGIRE244H1Tingting ZhangWinter

IRE244H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Human Resource Management, Ontario Labour Relations Board, Bargaining Unit

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2 Dec 2018
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Put labour relations in subject line for emails. Study of the employment relationship between employers and individual employees: employee relations. S
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UTSGIRE244H1Tingting ZhangWinter

IRE244H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: W. M. Keck Observatory, The Techniques, Budget Constraint

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2 Dec 2018
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Our team planned to use integrative bargaining strategies because we anticipated the need for compromise and mutual gain. We expected the union to adop
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UTSGSOC281H1Bonnie EricksonWinter

SOC281H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 92 pages long!)

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4 Dec 2017
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UTSGSOC281H1Bonnie EricksonWinter

SOC281H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 92 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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UTSGIRE260H1Hua WangSummer

IRE260H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mary Parker Follett, Human Resource Management, Human Relations Movement

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18 Jul 2017
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Organizations: social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort: most will earn livelihood working in organizations & well-being d
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UTSGIRE260H1Hua WangSummer

IRE260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, Fundamental Attribution Error, Human Resource Management

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18 Jul 2017
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How this behavior influences the organizational outcome. How personalities will influence job performance and leadership effectiveness. Wasj important
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UTSGIRE240H1Diane PohlerWinter

IRE240H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Union Democracy, Industrial Unionism, Winnipeg General Strike

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18 Jul 2017
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The most effective arrangements are viewed as legitimate by the key stakeholders, achieve balance in stakeholder and societal expectations/objectives,
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UTSGIRE240H1Diane PohlerWinter

IRE240H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Liberal Arts Education, Industrial Unionism, Critical Theory

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18 Jul 2017
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Core principle: labor is human/ not a commodity, factor input into production but inseparable from human beings, labor markets behave differently from
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Power Transition Theory, Democratic Peace Theory, Fungibility

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25 Jun 2017
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Division of labour > creates more gains for everyone. Specialization > efficiency: both lead to greater efficiency (and so, more gains" for everybody!)
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Autarchism, Nonviolent Resistance, Security Dilemma

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25 Jun 2017
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Note: less than a page long: e. g. More effective alternative to war; result in translational intervention: example. Acceleration of economy; trading b
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Liberland, Humanitarian Intervention, Scottish Enlightenment

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25 Jun 2017
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Adam smith: adam smith was a scottish philosopher and a huge contributor to the scottish. Gnp. created the division of labour to increase production th
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Liberland, Intersubjectivity, Bitcoin

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25 Jun 2017
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Lecture oct. 5, 2016 | intro to ir | social and micro approaches: constructivism and rational. Issue focus tends to be different (but has faded over ti
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jessica Mathews, Bill Chappell, Stephen Walt

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25 Jun 2017
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Kristenson : discipline admonished: ir fragmentation & stocktaking. Stocktakers always identify theoretical fragmentation from their era. Cacophic, lac
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Democratic Consolidation, George W. Bush, Gunboat Diplomacy

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25 Jun 2017
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Last week we focused on second image theorieis (how the state impacts the international system things like dpt). One of oldest 2nd image reversed theor
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Nonviolent Resistance, Civil Resistance, Nonviolence

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25 Jun 2017
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Internal conflicts: violent v. non-violent means, or: institutionalized v. non-institutionalized ways of resolving conflict, laws regulate peace-time b
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hegemony, Great Power, Global Politics

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25 Jun 2017
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Intro to ir | ta notes | lecture, oct. 19 | fall 2016 | week 6. If it(cid:859)s att(cid:396)i(cid:271)utio(cid:374)al (cid:894)po(cid:449)e(cid:396) as
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fungibility, Hard Power, Moral Authority

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25 Jun 2017
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)t"s both seemingly easy to define and used frequently in common language. Power is a core concept in political science, not just ir. [states vs. non-s
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Democratic Peace Theory, Global Politics, International Relations

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25 Jun 2017
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Week 1: what are we trying to do in ir. Ir is no longer only the study of states: includes non-government organizations (ngos), international corporati
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: International Political Economy, Autarky, Absolute Advantage

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25 Jun 2017
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In ir, we discuss the issue from international political economy (ipe) perspective. Linking economy with politics to explain how winners and losers are
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UTSGPOL208Y1Wendy WongSummer

POL208Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Archduke Franz Ferdinand Of Austria, Ultimatum Game, Methodological Individualism

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25 Jun 2017
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International organizations (un: states, regional organization (e. g. eu, asean, ngos (amnesty, msf, mncs (e. g. walmart, cnpc) Aren"t they, themselves
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UTSGSOC281H1Bonnie EricksonWinter

SOC281H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Management Consulting, Eurocentrism, Labour Power

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25 Jun 2017
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Inequality: central topic of sociology, because the most important for both individual wellbeing and for the structure of society as a whole. Forms of
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UTSGSOC281H1Bonnie EricksonWinter

SOC281H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pierre Bourdieu, Working Class Culture, Paul Dimaggio

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25 Jun 2017
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Chapter 1 & 2 class & inequality. Paul dimaggio: review essay on pierre bourdieu. Max weber: distribution of power within the community. In your readin
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UTSGSOC281H1Bonnie EricksonWinter

SOC281H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Working Class Culture, Cultural Capital, Symbolic Capital

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25 Jun 2017
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Soc281 study notes: two of your required readings (brubaker and weber) discuss class and status groups. Compare and contrast to weber"s discussion of c
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UTSGSOC281H1Bonnie EricksonWinter

SOC281H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Pierre Bourdieu, Symbolic Capital, Cultural Capital

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25 Jun 2017
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Bourdieu"s analysis of class and culture errs in neglecting two important aspects of social structure: social networks and class relations at work. He
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UTSGSOC281H1Bonnie EricksonWinter

SOC281H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Brubaker, Working Class Culture, Cultural Capital

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25 Jun 2017
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Your test will include two of the following questions and you will answer one of those two. This answer is worth 50/100 points, so allow about 50 minut
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC102H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Victim Blaming, Gini Coefficient, Workplace Violence

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25 Jun 2017
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Includes: chapter 10 and 12 of the stacked deck and chapter 9 and 10 of. 50 questions from after the second midterm (chapters 10 and 12) 20 questions f
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