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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Georg Simmel, Alexis De Tocqueville, Social Distance

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14 Dec 2013
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* in city, there is more nerve stimulating. Sharp discontinuity, and lot of changing caught people"s attention. * the city have sharp difference than r
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Georg Simmel, Moral Authority, Alexis De Tocqueville

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11 Dec 2013
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* work your imagination: on today, the differences of (rules of) fashion between dt toronto and small towns. * the importance of codes, belonging, dist
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: The German Ideology, Moral Authority, Vassa

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11 Dec 2013
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According to weber: the state is an association that claims sovereignty over a territory . (p, true, authority is legitimate domination. (pp. True: cha
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bourgeoisie, Feudalism, Political Machine

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10 Dec 2013
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* from a speech by weber in 19 century, post-war germany. * vocation was translated from the word beruf which had religious connotations at the time, m
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Roger Scruton, Persian Letters, Alexis De Tocqueville

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10 Dec 2013
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* the idea of authority --> different forms of authority --> political, intellectual and religious. * iraq: in us 2003, more than 100 people killed eve
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - The Communist Manifesto, Georg Simmel, Primitive Communism

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10 Dec 2013
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T/fs have given is for review and might be on test. Readings for next week (the introduction to superordination and. Hannah arendt (1906 - 1975): viole
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

soc203- Lecture 5

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10 Dec 2013
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* 20 multiple choice (mostly 5 choices/ some have 6 choices, even in materials) (2. 0 -- total 40) * even from lecture and do cover every thinker. * bo
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: For Marx, New Imperialism, Social Inequality

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10 Dec 2013
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Background of reading: seneca and migration and imperialism. Main points: seneca: the kind of movement represented by the presence of british and india
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Free Newspaper, Spritsail

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10 Dec 2013
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* the effects of imperialism: moore on india (from barrington moore, jr. , social origins of dictatorships and democracy, 1966): * barriers to change i
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UTSGENV100H1J.VeugelersWinter

ENV100H1 Study Guide - The Communist Manifesto, Gas Lighting, Industrial Revolution

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10 Dec 2013
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Inequality: french peasants before the revolution, french lords before the revolution, inequality is a social fact, some main forms of inequality, some
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -Georg Simmel

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10 Dec 2013
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Georg simmel: one of the most significant classical works on the expected effects of urban life on individual social psychology and definition of self.
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -Reichsbank, Demagogue, Political Question

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10 Dec 2013
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* concerning the significance of political action in the whole way of life. The concept is extremely broad and comprises any kind of independent leader
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

Tocqueville- Reading notes

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10 Dec 2013
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What sort of despotism democratic nations have to fear. * in past ages there had never been a sovereign so absolute and so powerful that he could by hi
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -Georg Simmel, The Technique, Social Forces

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10 Dec 2013
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In addition to more liberty, the 19th century demanded the functional specialization of man and his work; this specialization makes one individual inco
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - The German Ideology, New Class, Aristocracy

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10 Dec 2013
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Thought and being are indeed distinct, but they also form a unity. The existing relations of production between individuals must necessarily express th
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Physical Restraint, Free Range, Social Forces

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10 Dec 2013
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* no living being can be happy or even exist unless his needs are sufficiently proportioned to his means. * if his needs require more than can be grant
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UTSGSOC101Y1Irving ZeitlinWinter

SOC207 MIDTERM TEST NOTES PACKAGE.docx

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10 Dec 2013
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Jan 7: week 1 - historical transformations: capitalist development, immigrant. Industrialization: aspect of accumulation and processing of resources an
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