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CARLETONBUSI 4112Rumaisa ShaukatFall

BUSI 4112 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: American Psychological Association, Eric Sprott, Session 9

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For any email query, in the subject column write your course codes. I"m also generally available right after class for quick questions/comments. Third-
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Participant Observation, Content Analysis, Hawthorne Effect

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13 Oct 2015
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Investigate previous research regarding concepts wish 2 study: formulating the hypothesis, hypothesis: testable statement about relationship b/w 2+ var
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: False Consciousness, Liberation Theology, Bar And Bat Mitzvah

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13 Oct 2015
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Education in society: education: formal process of learning in which some people consciously teach, while others adopt social role of learner. The hidd
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Machismo, Exogamy, Endogamy

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13 Oct 2015
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Chp 7 families p. 135-155 multiple choice. Family types: extended family: family in which relatives like grandparents, aunts, or uncles. Live in same h
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Cultural Lag, Resistance 2, Industrial Revolution

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13 Oct 2015
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Sociological perspectives on social change: social change: significant alteration over time in behaviour patterns & culture, including norms & values.
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Digital Divide, Bourgeoisie, Vaishya

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13 Oct 2015
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10/11 social class & labour & organizations p. 210-233, 236-255. Stratification shapes individual opportunity based on position that one occupies in th
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Racial Profiling, Grou, Ethnocentrism

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13 Oct 2015
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Activity Theory, Disengagement Theory, Ageism

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13 Oct 2015
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Anorexia nervosa in north america intense fear of becoming obese & distorted image of one"s body. Getting sick note 2 be exempt from exam. The medicali
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Totalitarianism, Deindustrialization, Laissez-Faire

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13 Oct 2015
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Power: weber power: ability 2 exercise one"s will over others even if they resist, ie. Make people clean their room, take an exam. 3 sources of power w
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ritualism In The Church Of England, Social Disorganization Theory, Anomie

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13 Oct 2015
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Deviance: deviance: behaviour that violates standards of conduct or expectations of group/society, ie. People w/ alcohol dependency, gambling addiction
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CARLETONSOCI 1005Elizabeth NisbetFall

SOCI 1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Multinational Corporation, Neocolonialism, Dependency Theory

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13 Oct 2015
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CARLETONBUSI 3103John DoeWinter

BUSI 3103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Visible Minority

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13 Oct 2015
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I found the concept of diversity (p. 10) very interesting because canada itself is a very diverse country so we"re exposed to this every day and don"t
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CARLETONECON 1000Troy JosephWinter

ECON 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Canadian Dollar, Beer In Canada, Exchange Rate

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22 Feb 2014
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Macroeconomics chapter 12 open-economy macroeconomics: basic concepts: trade allows people 2 produce what they produce best & 2 consume the great varie
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CARLETONECON 1000Troy JosephWinter

ECON 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Fallacy, Nominal Interest Rate, Money Creation

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22 Feb 2014
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The level of prices and the value of money. Inflation is more about the money than about the value of goods. Inflation is an economy-wide phenomenon th
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CARLETONECON 1000Troy JosephWinter

ECON 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Employment-To-Population Ratio

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22 Feb 2014
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CARLETONECON 1000Troy JosephWinter

ECON 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Interest Rate, Autarky, Loanable Funds

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22 Feb 2014
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Stock: claim 2 partial ownership in a firm: equity finance: sale of stock 2 raise money, debt finance: sale of bonds. Stocks offer the holder higher ri
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CARLETONBUSI 2101allWinter

BUSI 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Radical Change, Mental Model, Groupthink

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22 Feb 2014
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People do their jobs heads down, little concern about effect of their decisions/behaviour on others. & group can still achieve its big objective task i
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CARLETONBUSI 2101allWinter

Chapter 8

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Poor relationships: we make deposits and build up a reserve when we are kind and dependable in our interactions with the other person results in high l
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CARLETONBUSI 2101allWinter

Chapter 9

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22 Feb 2014
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People differ in way we see the world: perception: process by which we select, organize, and evaluate the stimuli in our environment to make it meaning
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CARLETONBUSI 2101allWinter

BUSI 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Job Design, Job Performance, Job Satisfaction

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22 Feb 2014
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The knowledge base: key factors affecting productivity motivation: psychological forces determining direction of behaviour, effort and persistence, eff
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CARLETONECON 1000Troy JosephWinter

ECON 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Barter, Reserve Requirement, Canada Act 1982

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22 Feb 2014
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If there was no money, people would rely on barter: exchange of one g/s 4 another: will have trouble allocating scarce resources efficiently, trade req
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CARLETONBUSI 2101allWinter

BUSI 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Performance Appraisal, Extraversion And Introversion, Conscientiousness

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22 Feb 2014
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Buzzsaws & whistleblowers: we have tendency 2 assume people cause their own behaviour, we attribute causes of that behaviour 2 individual characteristi
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Robert RiordanWinter

BUSI 2400 Chapter 3: Chapter 3.docx

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22 Feb 2014
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Robert RiordanWinter

BUSI 2400 Chapter 4: Chapter 4.docx

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22 Feb 2014
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Buzzsaws & whistleblowers: we have tendency 2 assume people cause their own behaviour, we attribute causes of that behaviour 2 individual characteristi
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CARLETONBUSI 2101allWinter

BUSI 2101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe

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22 Feb 2014
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Robert RiordanWinter

BUSI 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Retail, Ebay, Mobile Commerce

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22 Feb 2014
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Robert RiordanWinter

BUSI 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Business Process, Value Chain, Supply Chain

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22 Feb 2014
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5 core components of a typical value chain: 4 their work: procurement: obtaining, organization"s value chain is the sum of its primary & secondary supp
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Robert RiordanWinter

BUSI 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Flattening, Teijin, Information Management

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22 Feb 2014
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Knowledge work: involves discovery, analysis, transformation, synthesis, and. Why is matters: moore"s law: computing power (measured by maximum number
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CARLETONBUSI 2400Robert RiordanWinter

BUSI 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Open Web, Disaster Recovery Plan, Voice Over Ip

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22 Feb 2014
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