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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

Week 11 Readings.docx

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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

Week 9 Readings

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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

SOC205H1 Chapter Notes -Flemingdon Park

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Where immigrants settle: most immigrants at the beginning of the last century didn"t settle in cities but due to urbanization, immigrant settlement pat
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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

Week 12 readings

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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

SOC205H1 Chapter Notes -Femininity, Masculinity, Asexuality

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5 May 2014
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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

SOC205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gentrification

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5 May 2014
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Colonialism and staples: most important theme in canadian urban history: that towns, villages, cities were symbols of colonial expansion into new front
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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

SOC205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Urban Sociology

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5 May 2014
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UTSGSOC205H1Brent BerrySpring

week 4 Readings

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UTSGSOC201H1J.VeugelersFall

SOC201H1 Lecture Notes - Gemeinschaft And Gesellschaft, Buffalo Creek Flood, Kai T. Erikson

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30 Sep 2013
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Everything in its path: destruction of community in the buffalo creek flood by kai t. erikson: the buffalo creek disaster. Coal extraction produces a l
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Norman Borlaug, Herbicide, Soil Texture

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30 Apr 2013
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Bio220: lecture 20 ecology of ancient and modern food production. Early humans evolved and migrated as hunter/gatherers. Ancient technical innovations:
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Population Momentum, The Population Bomb, Logistic Function

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30 Apr 2013
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If rates are constant and if (birth+ immigration) > (death + emigration), growth trajectory is density- independent and exponential growth. But the exa
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

Lecture 18.docx

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30 Apr 2013
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Bio220: lecture 18 ecological consequences of genetic variation. More diverse communities should be more resistant to environmental perturbation and hi
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Effective Population Size, Nucleotide Diversity, Genetic Drift

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30 Apr 2013
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Biodiversity: the number and kinds of living organisms in a given area. Within genetic diversity, can divide intraspecific genetic diversity into 3 par
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Inflection Point, Trophy Hunting, Atlantic Cod

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30 Apr 2013
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Simple models of species growth and harvesting strategies dn/dt= r* n * [(k-n)/k] As n approaches k, k goes to 0 so as a population approaches its carr
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Genetic Marker, Wheat Beer, Food Energy

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30 Apr 2013
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Bio220: lecture 14 part 1 genetic diversity in agricultural systems. The world has 50,000 edible plants and 60% of food energy that humans use only com
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Diarrhea, Lactase, Fair Coin

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30 Apr 2013
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Matrilocal Residence, Autosome, Inbreeding Depression

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30 Apr 2013
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Genome transmission: different parts of the genome have alternative modes of transmission (comes from only one parent ex. mitochondria maternally inher
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

Lecture 11Summary .docx

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30 Apr 2013
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Condition dependent: if a male is very healthy, as a reflection of good genes, it will produce large ornaments. Evidence: raise males in good nutrition
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: World Population Conference, Unemployment Benefits, Reproductive Health

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17 Apr 2013
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Soc312: chapter 12 demographic change and policy changes. Most of the growth over this century will take place in the developing countries, which will
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Substance Dependence, Industrial Revolution, Advanced Capitalism

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16 Apr 2013
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Population tends to grow geometrically while resources grow arithmetically. If left unchecked, population would become so large that it would eventuall
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Multidimensional System, Primate City, Global City

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14 Apr 2013
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Lecture Notes - Immigration, Canadian Business, Transnationalism

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12 Apr 2013
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Migration represents a responses to push" and pull" factors in countries of origin and destination. Internal migration decision to emigrate made on bas
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Low Birth Weight, Infant Mortality, Degenerative Disease

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11 Apr 2013
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Mortality: the aggregate incidence and number of deaths in a population at specified periods. Demographers use aggregate level analyses and more recent
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Childhood Obesity, Social Network, Deskilling

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10 Apr 2013
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Social structure: enduring and relatively stable patterns of relationship between individuals/groups that typically lead to stratification i. e. unequa
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bernie S. Siegel, Decision Points, Susan Sontag

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10 Apr 2013
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Allostasis, Scientific Method, Arlie Russell Hochschild

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10 Apr 2013
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dependent And Independent Variables, P38 Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases, Lung Cancer

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10 Apr 2013
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Stress processes (an introduction: hierarchical social position and health. Focuses on socioeconomic status (occupational status mixed with education a
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Extended Cycle Combined Hormonal Contraceptive, Scantron Corporation, Breast Pain

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10 Apr 2013
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The convergence of forces: political, economic, technological, media and moral. Science technology --- medicine: the macro context of medicalization an
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: British Doctors Study, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Canadian Indian Residential School System

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10 Apr 2013
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Soc 243: week 3: some information about cancer epidemiology. Globally the number of cancer deaths is expected to grow from 12 million new cases and 7 m
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Idiopathy, Malaria, Animal Magnetism

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10 Apr 2013
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Can"t tell if data is due to poverty. Power in african countries and south central asia/americans= difference. You see mortality and prevalence of dise
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Prostate Cancer, Infant Mortality, Milbank Quarterly

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10 Apr 2013
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Guano, Seabird, Limiting Factor

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10 Apr 2013
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Nuclear research also gave ecology tools and a model. Radioactive tracers allowed following fates of chemicals in natural communities. Manhattan projec
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture Notes - Malnutrition, Alternative Hypothesis, Cherry Blossom

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10 Apr 2013
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Bio220: lecture 22: greenhouse gases and climate change. Earth has seen many changes in climate, accompanied by drastic shifts in biota. Entered 5th ma
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UTSGBIO220H1John StinchcombeWinter

Lecture 23 .docx

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10 Apr 2013
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Lecture 23: climate effects on organisms, phenology, and interactions. Basic eeb principles (and example of petm) leads us to expect: migrations: Altit
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UTSGSOC203H1J.VeugelersWinter

SOC203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Montesquieu, Alexis De Tocqueville, Cultural Relativism

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10 Apr 2013
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George simmel: the metropolis and mental life" (1903: the web of group affiliations" (1908) notice this. The argument that simmel puts forward in the w
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UTSGSOC336H1BlumerWinter

SOC336H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Extortion, Hate Crime, Social Capital

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10 Apr 2013
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Crime and immigration: vincent sacco (dept. of sociology queen"s university) There are many ways to think about the relationship between immigration ex
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UTSGSOC336H1BlumerWinter

SOC336H1 Chapter Notes -Visible Minority

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10 Apr 2013
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Week 10 reading: educational attainments of immigrant offspring: success or. Interest in foreign born migrants shift to experiences of their offspring:
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UTSGSOC243H1William MageeWinter

SOC243H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Medicalization, International Monetary Fund, Neoliberalism

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10 Apr 2013
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Movements such as demedicalizing homosexuality, pro-ana (demedicalize some behaviours of anorexia), demedicalize women"s bodies. Agency by definition h
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Social Disorganization Theory, Migration Period, Spatial Analysis

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10 Apr 2013
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All types of internal migration have common motive: movers" desire for improvement (economic situation or sense of well being) Internal migration: migr
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Old Kingdom Of Egypt, Dependency Ratio, Population Momentum

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20 Mar 2013
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All demographic phenomena are directly/indirectly determined by age. All demographic phenomena is conditioned by sex i. e. females enjoy lower death ra
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