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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

ECON 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Monetary Base

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28 Mar 2012
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On eight preset dates a year, the bank of canada announced whether the interest rate will rise, fall or remain constant until the next decision date. C
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

lecture 8.doc

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21 Mar 2012
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In 2007, the federal government spent 15 cents of each dollar canadians earned, and collected 16 cents of each dollar earned in taxes. Therefore, the g
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Fringe Science

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21 Mar 2012
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Mandatory genetic testing: concept which relates to the idea of a society where people. See if they are susceptible to certain genetic traits or diseas
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Commodification

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13 Mar 2012
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How people should behave in order to lead fulfilling lives. Medical ethics: good when it does little harm to people, and provides as many benefits as p
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongSummer

Lecture 7: Canadian Inflation, Unemployment and the Business Cycle

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8 Mar 2012
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Lecture seven: canadian inflation, unemployment and the business cycle. The 1920 s were years of unprecedented prosperity. In october 1929, this change
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YORKANTH 3240Allyson MitchellSummer

ANTH 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Riot Grrrl, Miranda July

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8 Mar 2012
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There is often a disconnect between the creators of culture, and the performers of this culture. Women are often the performers, and not often to be co
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

Lecture 5: Money, Price Level and Inflation

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7 Mar 2012
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Lecture five: money, the price level, and inflation. Money is any commodity or token that is generally acceptable as a means of payment. A means of pay
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

Lecture 6: Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand

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7 Mar 2012
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YORKADMS 1010Alison KemperWinter

lecture 7: The Bank of Canada

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7 Mar 2012
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On may 7, 1945, victory in europe came about. Some people never had any life outside of rationing and fear. There were many fields of wheat in canada.
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriSummer

nats lecture 12: eugenics

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7 Mar 2012
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Social darwinism - this was a theory that survival of the fittest can also be applied to the social world. Those who are able to succeed and progress a
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

nats lecture 11: controversial science

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7 Mar 2012
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It was a race from scientists all around the world to unlock the secrets of dna. Whoever reached the finish line first would be handsomely rewarded for
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YORKADMS 1010Alison KemperWinter

ADMS 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Walmart

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20 Feb 2012
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Lecture six: eaton"s and the rise of canadian retail. The political climate before and during the great depression. What happened and how it affected t
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YORKADMS 1010Alison KemperSummer

ADMS 1010 Lecture Notes - World Trade Organization, General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade, Adam Beck

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20 Feb 2012
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Lecture five: the canadian auto industry: industrialization and trade policy. For many years, the automotive industry has been the largest industry in
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YORKANTH 3240Allyson MitchellWinter

Lecture Five: Funny Girls

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20 Feb 2012
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Women are often treated as the subject or butt of the joke. When the audience laughs, they are laughing in support of what the comedian is saying. They
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YORKANTH 3240Allyson MitchellSummer

ANTH 3240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sylvia Robinson, Michie Mee

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20 Feb 2012
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Hip hop is among the top music that is being listened to today. Prior to this, country music had the top spot. Popular music is an important part of so
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Icann

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20 Feb 2012
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A system that crosses many global boundaries. Gives the idea that the internet is beyond the law. People can obtain information whenever and however th
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriFall

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Packet Switching, Defense Information Systems Agency, Arpanet

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20 Feb 2012
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The internet is not a technology, but a technology system. It is a component of other existing technologies, such as the server and the computer. What
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Edwin Howard Armstrong

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2 Feb 2012
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The success of the television is attributed to the 1950s, although there were experiments being done. John baird - his system was based on a mechanical
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenWinter

Lecture Two: Conceptual Analysis II

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1 Feb 2012
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

Lecture Four: Finance, Savings and Investments

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1 Feb 2012
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To study the economics of financial institutions and markets, we distinguish between. The study of finance looks at how households and firms obtain and
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Telegraphy

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1 Feb 2012
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Radio systems are comprised of many different parts, and many different inventors are attributed with the invention of the radio. Heinrich hertz was on
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

Lecture Five: Intro to Telecommunications

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29 Jan 2012
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Traditionally, telecommunication devices are considered to be point-to-point communications. This means that there is a specific sender and a specific
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Thermonuclear Weapon, Klaus Fuchs, J. Robert Oppenheimer

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25 Jan 2012
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Lecture four: science, technology and ideology in the united states (con"t) Oppenheimer was a famous and well known american physicist. He studied at h
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

ECON 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Speedup

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25 Jan 2012
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Aryan Race, Marxism, Trofim Lysenko

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23 Jan 2012
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Lecture three: science, technology and ideology during wwii and the cold war. Definition - a collection of ideas behind a theory (such as political, ec
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenWinter

Lecture One: Conceptual Analysis I

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23 Jan 2012
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People who commit fallacies do not understand the importance of relevant evidence. People who commit fallacies do not understand the ideas of unificati
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YORKANTH 3240Allyson MitchellWinter

Lecture Three: Cultural Translation Part II

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18 Jan 2012
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Show the story of people living in iran as opposed to the one-dimensional view of the. Presents the images in a simple and easy to understand way. Make
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YORKADMS 1010Alison KemperWinter

ADMS 1010 Lecture Notes - Gini Coefficient

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18 Jan 2012
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Canada has a large amount of natural resources. Water (not living up to its potential yet, but readily available in canada) There is a large amount of
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YORKADMS 1010Alison KemperWinter

ADMS 1010 Lecture Notes - United States Dollar

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18 Jan 2012
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British wanted trading and war allies in the event that war broke out. Britain wanted more economic options because there was a high chance that the. R
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

Lecture Two: The Rise of Big Science Projects

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18 Jan 2012
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Lecture three: the rise of big science projects. There was an expectation of success with regards to these big science projects. This was because they
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

Lecture Two: Monitoring Jobs and Inflation

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18 Jan 2012
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The canadian economy is an incredible job-creating machine. 17 million people had jobs in 2008. However, on any given day about 1 million people are un
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YORKECON 1010Xueda SongWinter

Lecture One: Measuring GDP and Economic Growth

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18 Jan 2012
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Gdp or gross domestic product is the market value of all final goods and services produced in a country in a given time period. Gdp is a market value -
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YORKNATS 1775Vera PavriWinter

NATS 1775 Lecture Notes - Trench Warfare

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16 Jan 2012
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Today, countries approach science and technology as a way to win wars. Millions of dollars are spent on new military technologies. In the past, there w
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YORKANTH 3240Allyson MitchellWinter

Winter Semester Lecture 1: Intro to Feminist Cultures

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16 Jan 2012
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Sex, gender and popular culture - winter semester. The way we understand gender, race and sexuality are contingent on the cultural context in which it
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YORKANTH 3240Allyson MitchellWinter

ANTH 3240 Lecture Notes - Bell Hooks

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16 Jan 2012
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Defines love as the will to extend one"s self for the purpose of nurturing one"s own or another"s spiritual growth . Does not want people to think of l
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Ad Hominem, Fallacy

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10 Dec 2011
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Definition: to identify a fallacy, indicate what is wrong with the argument"s reasoning, and explain how the criteria for the fallacy apply to a partic
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YORKECON 1000George GeorgopoulosFall

ECON 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Marginal Revenue, Average Cost, Natural Monopoly

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2 Dec 2011
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YORKECON 1000George GeorgopoulosFall

ECON 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Monopolistic Competition, Product Differentiation, Sports Equipment

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2 Dec 2011
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Monopolistic competition is a market structure in which. Firms compete on product, quality, price and marketing. Firms are free to enter and exit the i
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YORKECON 1000George GeorgopoulosFall

ECON 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Perfect Competition, Marginal Revenue, Demand Curve

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27 Nov 2011
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If the firm makes an economic loss it must decide to exit the market or to stay in the market. If the firm decides to stay in the market, it must decid
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YORKMODR 1730Philip Mac EwenFall

MODR 1730 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Linus Pauling, Hasty Generalization, Fallacy

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27 Nov 2011
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Definition: this fallacy is committed when there is an appeal to an illegitimate authority. When an appeal to authority does not meet the following con
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