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BROCK USOCI 2P20Melissa St Germaine- SmallFall

SOCI 2P20 Lecture Notes - Premarital Sex, Homoeroticism, Group Sex

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15 Nov 2013
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Cross-cultural difference: one example: danish vs. american teens. Not same ambiguity over no means no". Ok not to want to or feel like. Alcohol-use no
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BROCK USOCI 2P20Melissa St Germaine- SmallFall

SOCI 2P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Judith Butler, Heterosexuality, Intersectionality

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15 Nov 2013
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Race, gender, sexuality and other socially constructed systems of inequality interact and intersect as part of a matric of privilege and oppression. In
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BROCK USOCI 2P20Melissa St Germaine- SmallFall

SOCI 2P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sexual Identity, Linear Progression, Pansexuality

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15 Nov 2013
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Have historical sexual identity labels gay , lesbian and bisexual become irrelevant for contemporary adolescents. California study 2003-05 = 2,560 seco
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BROCK USOCI 2P20Melissa St Germaine- SmallFall

SOCI 2P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Constructionism, Inside Out Music, Social Conflict

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15 Nov 2013
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Four key forms of social constructionism for studying both gender and sexuality: historicism. Shifts in social structures such as work, family and the
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BROCK USOCI 2P20Melissa St Germaine- SmallFall

SOCI 2P20 Lecture Notes - Social Constructionism, Civil Rights Movements, Gay Liberation

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12 Sep 2013
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Earlier focus on behaviours considered deviant (outside of the norm: e. g. homosexuality; coping mechanisms of discredited and discreditable sexual bei
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Study Guide - The Guardian Weekly, Naomi Klein, Maternal Health

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14 Apr 2013
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The extent to which income and wealth is distributed in an unevenly among the world"s population. Geography -> where are you located will influence you
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BROCK USOCI 2P95Ann DuffyWinter

SOCI 2P95 Lecture Notes - Social Class, Stereotype, Visible Minority

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1 Apr 2013
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Role of family direct, indirect, ambient, omission. Ambient -> stompin tom , working class life. Micro level analysis role models, family, mass media.
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - La Vie En Rose, Social Constructionism, Blue Brain Project

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1 Apr 2013
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Everything from week 6- to week 12 is the main focus. Concepts remain relevant, she"ll give a list. Sex, gender and sexuality are distinct, though inte
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hidden Curriculum, Cultural Capital, Social Capital

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1 Apr 2013
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Exam: everything from week 6 on is fair gain. Terms from all year may be in the exam. Week 11/12 -> terms considered to be examinable. Culture, ethnici
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Household Debt, Food Bank, Working Poor

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1 Apr 2013
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There are various overlapping but distinct definitions of class. Society and has a significant impact on young people"s lives. Cultural capital suggest
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Naomi Klein, No Logo, World Health Organization

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1 Apr 2013
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There are global differences in understandings and experiences of young people. Global inequality contributes to such differences and directly affects
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ambivalence, Direct Marketing, Disposable And Discretionary Income

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1 Apr 2013
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Thesis -> basically already given to us: based on what you write for question #4. Idealized childhood is complicated by processes of production (work)
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BROCK USOCI 3P02Sara CummingWinter

SOCI 3P02 Lecture Notes - Participatory Action Research, Kurt Lewin, Focus Group

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1 Apr 2013
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Next week is exam review -> only one hour. Interviews, quantitative approaches <- can use but not effective. Action research has been a common practice
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BROCK USOCI 3P02Sara CummingWinter

SOCI 3P02 Lecture Notes - Barney Glaser, Qualitative Research, Content Analysis

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1 Apr 2013
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Textual: transcripts, field notes, documents, video, pictures. On-going: need to connect the cases to eachother, show wider significance, how it relate
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BROCK USOCI 3P02Sara CummingWinter

SOCI 3P02 Lecture Notes - Clifford Geertz, Thick Description, Juvenile Delinquency

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1 Apr 2013
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Test - 40 mc 20tf *everything up and including to today"s+ Interviews -> should be done in the next 14 days. Alternate terms: ethnography, participant
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BROCK USOCI 3P02Sara CummingWinter

SOCI 3P02 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Susan Bordo, Plastic Surgery, Missing Data

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1 Apr 2013
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Rely on written record, art, film, photographs. What does that cemetery tell you about certain peoples situations: religion, how much money they have,
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Statistical Power, Repeated Measures Design, Focus Group

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1 Apr 2013
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All research is embedded in culture and politics. Assumptions about childhood shape the kind of research done on, or with, them. There are some distinc
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BROCK USOCI 3P02Sara CummingWinter

SOCI 3P02 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Photovoice, Men Only, Social Class

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28 Mar 2013
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Rely on written record, art, film, photographs. What does that cemetery tell you about certain peoples situations: religion, how much money they have,
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BROCK USOCI 2P95Ann DuffyWinter

SOCI 2P95 Lecture Notes - Raewyn Connell, Ideal Type, Reference Group

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7 Feb 2013
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1500 words 5-6 pages times new roman 12pt. One of the key boxes in which our identities are housed: socio-cultural-historical context (hunter vs farmer
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BROCK USOCI 2P95Ann DuffyWinter

SOCI 2P95 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin West, Hidden Curriculum

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7 Feb 2013
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Foundational lessons about self, possibilities, rationality. Key to basic personal attributes (e. g. psychoanalytic perspective pre-conscious) ***the t
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BROCK USOCI 2P95Ann DuffyWinter

SOCI 2P95 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lgbt, Social Isolation, Role Conflict

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7 Feb 2013
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Don"t: read your presentation (it should be interactive, summarize the required readings (exception a short verbal summary of additional resource, rely
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyWinter

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Developmental Psychology, Latency Stage, Turnitin

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7 Feb 2013
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Adolescence, teenager and youth are distinct yet overlapping concepts. There are different perspectives explaining adolescence, teenager & youth. Socio
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BROCK USOCI 2P00MontazerFall

SOCI 2P00 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Fundamental Attribution Error

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15 Nov 2012
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A rival cause is a plausible alternative explanation that can explain why a certain outcome occurred. Indicators of causal relations: x leads to. , x i
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BROCK USOCI 2P00MontazerFall

Chapter 11.docx

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BROCK USOCI 2P00MontazerFall

SOCI 2P00 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Fundamental Attribution Error

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15 Nov 2012
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A rival cause is a plausible alternative explanation that can explain why a certain outcome occurred. Indicators of causal relations: x leads to. , x i
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BROCK USOCI 2P00MontazerFall

SOCI 2P00 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Fundamental Attribution Error

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15 Nov 2012
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A rival cause is a plausible alternative explanation that can explain why a certain outcome occurred. Indicators of causal relations: x leads to. , x i
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BROCK USOCI 2P00MontazerFall

Chapter 8.docx

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15 Nov 2012
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Chapter 8: how good is the evidence: personal observation, research. Research varies greatly in quality and verifiability. Research uses control to min
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BROCK USOCI 2P00MontazerFall

SOCI 2P00 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ad Hominem, Slippery Slope, Glittering Generality

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15 Nov 2012
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A fallacy is a reasoning trick than an author might use while trying to persuade you to accept a conclusion. Ad hominem an attack, or an insult, on the
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BROCK USOCI 2P00MontazerFall

SOCI 2P00 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Hasty Generalization

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15 Nov 2012
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyFall

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Miscarriage, Meiosis, Genetic Engineering

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9 Nov 2012
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Interaction of heredity and environment: nature and nurture. Father"s sperm + mother"s ovum = zygote with 46 chromosomes in total. The process by which
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyFall

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Twin Study, Stereotype Threat, Social Stratification

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9 Nov 2012
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Used to measure iq in adults -> psychologists use only: wisc iv. Used to measure iq in children -> only psychologists can use it: tests include both ve
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyFall

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - National Sleep Foundation, Steinburg, Omar Khadr

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9 Nov 2012
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Increased risk taking: alcohol, drugs, delinquency, etc. 13,000 adolescents deaths each year: 70% of these are motor vehicle, accidental, homicide, etc
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BROCK UCHYS 1F90Rebecca RabyFall

CHYS 1F90 Lecture Notes - Social Learning Theory, Operant Conditioning, Little Albert Experiment

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9 Nov 2012
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A set of concepts and propositions that describe, organize, and explain a set of observations. Conflict of individual"s instinct and societal norms for
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BROCK USOCI 2P11Dennis WallFall

SOCI 2P11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Visual Analogue Scale, Content Analysis, Sampling Frame

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9 Nov 2012
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The survey is a flexible research approach used to investigate a wide range of topics. Surveys are dependent upon the chosen sampling frame. Surveys ar
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BROCK USOCI 2P11Dennis WallFall

SOCI 2P11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Operationalization, Face Validity, Convergent Validity

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9 Nov 2012
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Steps from research statement (rs) to hypothesis (3 steps) Level: step1: abstract construct, step 2: conceptual definition, step 3: indicators and/or m
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BROCK USOCI 2P11Dennis WallFall

SOCI 2P11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Binary Relation, Research I University, Falsifiability

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9 Nov 2012
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Quantitative and qualitative research: quantitative research, - hard data, - linear research path [below] Qualitative research: - soft data -> highly i
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BROCK USOCI 2P11Dennis WallFall

SOCI 2P11 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Symbolic Interactionism, Juvenile Delinquency, Social Sciences Citation Index

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9 Nov 2012
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An annotated bibliography gives an account of the research that has been done on a given topic. An annotated bibliography is an alphabetical list of re
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BROCK UPSYC 2P25Michael AshtonFall

PSYC 2P25 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Conscientiousness, Trait Theory, Extraversion And Introversion

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9 Nov 2012
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Developmental changes in mean levels of personality traits. Based on 90 different studies that show the patterns of developmental change in personality
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BROCK UPSYC 2P25Michael AshtonFall

PSYC 2P25 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lexical Hypothesis, Hexaco Model Of Personality Structure, Extraversion And Introversion

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9 Nov 2012
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Factor analysis allows the researcher to reduce many specific traits into more general factors or groups of traits, each of which combines several of t
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BROCK UPSYC 2P25Michael AshtonFall

PSYC 2P25 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, California Psychological Inventory, Criterion Validity

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9 Nov 2012
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A personality trait refers to differences among individuals in a typical tendency to behave, think, or feel in some conceptually related ways, across a
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