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WESTERNSociology 3315F/GKim LutonFall

Sociology 3315F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Forensic Science, New Trial, Tunnel Vision

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Everyone is subject to the laws of the land and no one is above the land. Judges must be satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt. There is an unknowable am
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WESTERNSociology 3315F/GKim LutonFall

Week 7 - Textbook.docx

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WESTERNSociology 3315F/GKim LutonFall

Sociology 3315F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Eyewitness Identification, First Nations, Overhead Projector

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10 Oct 2014
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Examining the cross-race effect in line-up identification using caucasian and first nations. Eye witnesses identifications are regarded as one of the m
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WESTERNSociology 3315F/GKim LutonFall

Sociology 3315F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: List Of Doughnut Shops, Canadian Tire, False Confession

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10 Oct 2014
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Manufacturing guilt chapter 6 - thomas sophonow. Sophonow was accused of murdering barbara stoppel in a doughnut shop. Nobody who claims to have seen t
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WESTERNPhilosophy 2700F/GRyan RobbSummer

Philosophy 2700F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Moral Relativism, Moral Absolutism, Ethical Egoism

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Unit 1: pojman a defence of ethical objectivism. Subjectivism: morality is in the eye of the beholder. According to pojman this makes morality a useles
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WESTERNSociology 3315F/GKim LutonFall

Sociology 3315F/G Chapter Notes -Culpable Homicide

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10 Oct 2014
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Aboriginal moore was convicted for the 2nd degree murder (those that take place in the heat of the moment" intended but not planned/deliberate) of taxi
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WESTERNPhilosophy 2080James HildebrandFall

Philosophy 2080 Study Guide - Fundamental Justice, R V Drybones, Homeschooling

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10 Oct 2014
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Philosophy of law: constitutional law cases: v. drybones. Drybones was charged under s. 94(b) of the indian act which stated that no indian could be in
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WESTERNPhilosophy 2080James HildebrandFall

Philosophy 2080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sociology Of Law, Pure Sociology, Social Fact

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10 Oct 2014
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Sociological jurisprudence to sociology of law & donald black"s pure sociology. Normative legal theory theory which seeks to explain the character of l
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WESTERNPhilosophy 2080James HildebrandFall

Philosophy 2080 Study Guide - Crown Attorney, Indecent Exposure, Mantra

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Public v private see detailed notes in class one for more discussion on this issue. Criminal law is considered to be public law. The state prosecutes t
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Heterosexuality, Homophobia, Heterosexism

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10 Oct 2014
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Sociology of minorities 2143 october 18th 2012. Heterosexism discriminating against someone because of their sexuality. Ideology and a weapon that we u
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bogardus Social Distance Scale, Upper Class, White Trash

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10 Oct 2014
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Soc of minorities 2143 september 27th 2012. Black woman moved into predominantly white neighbourhood in philadelphia, house vandalized with graffiti, a
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: University Of Western Ontario, Endogamy, Circular Reasoning

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10 Oct 2014
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What are the cultural attitudes that immigrants/minority groups bring to canada: must be able to specify what canadian values are. Culture is a way of
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Inequality, Equal Opportunity, Free Education

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10 Oct 2014
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

September 13th - 2143.docx

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WESTERNSociology 2151A/BWilliam MarshallFall

Sociology 2151A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Participant Observation, Deindustrialization

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10 Oct 2014
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Hinterland locations beyond cities that produce food and supplies necessary for urban living. Colonialism the role played by powerful nation states in
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Absenteeism, Indian Register, First Nations

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10 Oct 2014
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If there is one area in the world that canada cannot hold its head high, it is the treatment of aboriginal peoples. Aboriginal peoples: high rate of in
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Inequality, Upper Class, Personal Property

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10 Oct 2014
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Soc of minorities 2143 october 4th 2012. Cannot deny that social inequality exists, difference exists when we ask how social inequality comes about. We
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Political Colour

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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cultural Capital, First Nations

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10 Oct 2014
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Canada is seen as a country of immigrants". Immigrate for a number of reasons: want things that we take for granted (i. e passport, want to walk street
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WESTERNSociology 2151A/BWilliam MarshallFall

Sociology 2151A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Urban Design, False Consciousness, Complex Number

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10 Oct 2014
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Cosmopolites highly educated urban sophisticates who choose to live in the city because of its wide range of activities, experiences and social contact
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Security Certificate, Fundamental Justice, Kent Roach

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10 Oct 2014
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Removal order means the person can be deported, but they do not have to be immediately enforced. 2 main problems: indefinite detention: system was crea
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Equal Protection Clause, Essentialism, Intersectionality

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10 Oct 2014
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Charter-Party, Nules, Representative Democracy

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10 Oct 2014
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A constellation of interests and social movements that prefer the policy making power of courts than the policy making power of elected representatives
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Judicial Activism, Mens Rea, Kent Roach

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10 Oct 2014
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Parliament and courts: who determines the meaning of the. Scc stated that the main goal of rights is to create boundaries to keep the state out of our
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Equal Protection Clause

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An act to amend the criminal code (self-induced intoxication) Preamble whereas the parliament of canada is gravely concerned about the incidence of vio
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WESTERNSociology 2172A/BGale CassidyWinter

Sociology 2172A/B Study Guide - Nationstates, Childhood Obesity, Marc Jacobs

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Cold war period polarization, boundaries high within each country globalization integration. Interdependence between nation-states transnational corpor
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Week 12 - Socio Economic Rights.docx

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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Week 11 - Pre-Charkaoui Security Certificate Regime.docx

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Security certificate issued (individual deemed inadmissible on security grounds) Minster chooses whether to issue warrant for arrest/detention. Federal
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Douglas College, College Board, Family Law

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10 Oct 2014
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Decided they had to be directly controlled by government: mckinney court determined universities are not subject to the charter. Even though they"re go
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Judicial Restraint, Judicial Activism, Originalism

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How do the different approaches affect the charter"s anti-democratic implications: the theory of constitutional interpretation that judges employ, sect
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fundamental Justice, Equal Protection Clause, Charter Of The French Language

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Charter rights that are subject to the override (sections 2 and 7-15) Fundamental freedoms: everyone has the following fundamental freedoms, freedom of
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Week 8 - Oakes Flow Chart.docx

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If no, the litigation ends and the legislation stands. If yes, we move on to step 2. If no, the legislation is struck down as unconstitutional. If yes,
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Douglas College

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No, you cannot assert charter rights against private entities. However, judges should update and develop the common law to accord with charter values,
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Tcp Tuning

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WESTERNPolitical Science 3332F/GCaroline DickFall

Political Science 3332F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Judicial Activism

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Supreme court decisions are binding on all government levels: judges in the supreme court are federally appointed, thus it was thought that. Supreme co
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WESTERNSociology 2143EAnton AllaharFall

Sociology 2143E Chapter Notes -Cultural Relativism, Monogenism, Labour Power

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10 Oct 2014
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Ascriptive characteristics: social characteristics with which we are born, such as sex and skin colour. Assimiliation: processes by which minority grou
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WESTERNSociology 2271A/BScott SchafferFall

Max Weber Notes

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WESTERNSociology 2259Lauren BarrFall

Deviance Lecture

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WESTERNSociology 2259Lauren BarrFall

Deviance Lecture

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WESTERNSociology 2206A/BTeresa AbadaFall

Chapter 6 Lecture Notes

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