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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

CLAS 1000 Study Guide - Isthmian Games, Nemean Games, Pythian Games

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In the archaic period, the aristocratic class both political power and status. Aristocrats could no long prove themselves heroic (everyone is fighting
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

Chapter 9 Summary - Greeks in a wider world

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4 Dec 2013
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Chapter 9: the greeks in a wider world (800-600 bc) In the 19th century there was some reluctance to consider that the greeks might have owed any of th
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U OF GPOLS 4250Tim MauFall

POLS 4250 Study Guide - Pierre Trudeau, Oxymoron

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4 Dec 2013
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What is leadership? strategic direction, plans and policies, effective oversight, regulation, motivation, and partnerships that integrate all health sy
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

Chapter 7 - the setting for med..docx

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4 Dec 2013
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Grew enoromously prosperous from trade and its own industries of which glass making and gem cutting were the most prominent mainly because it had road
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U OF GCLAS 1000John WalshFall

Ch 10 Summary Notes: Hoplite Army

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4 Dec 2013
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Typical greek settlement obsessed with its survival. Conflict between city-states due to limited resources. Produced need for defense against other cit
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U OF GPOLS 4250Tim MauFall

POLS 4250 Study Guide - Leadership Studies, Hebrew University Of Jerusalem, Mein Kampf

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4 Dec 2013
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Leading by biography: towards a life-story approach to the study of leadership. By boas shamir, hava dayan-horesh and dalya adler. The second supplemen
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Body Snatching, Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace

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27 Nov 2013
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Grave robbers, corpses and anatomists: the trial of burke and hare. committed their crimes for financial gain by murdering people and selling their bod
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Petty Treason, Seditious Libel, Basilikon Doron

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27 Nov 2013
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. in medieval england the social order mirrored the hierarchy of the church and the state. Age, economic status, gender all play a role in determining
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Juvenile Delinquency, Gordon Riots, Liminality

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27 Nov 2013
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. historians have borrowed the concept of liminality from anthropologists. Liminality was defined by the anthropologist victor turner as a period betwi
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Sexually Transmitted Infection, Hypochromic Anemia, Lock Hospital

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27 Nov 2013
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. 18th century had a sexual revolution in england where heterosexual sex was viewed as the norm while all other types of sexual activity was not. Had a
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Pickpocketing, Bsc Young Boys, Bloody Code

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27 Nov 2013
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Peachums murder macheath for money and gets put in newgate. criminal rings focused on things with lots of value while individual people stole individua
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Premarital Sex, Postpartum Depression, Child Neglect

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27 Nov 2013
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. there was a blurred line between infanticide, abortion, still-birth, and other labour complications. infanticide was practiced in the ancient world u
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

Introducing the Old Bailey.docx

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27 Nov 2013
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. legal system in 18th-19th century britain was messy and didn"t develop on a logical framework. Much developed from law structures from the middle age
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Irish Republican Brotherhood, Keir Hardie, Victorian Era

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27 Nov 2013
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Accessible to the poor as by this time people had more money to spend and entrance was cheap, great exhibition had middle class values. British nationa
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Habeas Corpus, Absolute Monarchy, Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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27 Nov 2013
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. this period dominated by rise of class consciousness. In the working class things weren"t changing fast enough which led to conflict. Class conflict
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Henry Morton Stanley, James Maclaine, Darkest Africa

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27 Nov 2013
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. 1750s onwards there was a shift from life-cycle poverty to life-long poverty and greater attention was aid to class as a factor of encouraging crimin
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

Drunkenness and Disturbing the Peace

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27 Nov 2013
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Important to remember that alcoholism is not seen as a disease in the 18th. Mid 18th century, knowledge of alcohol"s impact against body and social int
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Gordon Riots, Begging, Friendly Society

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27 Nov 2013
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. vagrants explain all criminal behaviour, umbrella term for people who are doing inappropriate behaviour. organized charity moving along from 1740s, c
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Metropolitan Police Service, Keir Hardie, Annie Chapman

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27 Nov 2013
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Generally a good period for the working class but class antagonism increased. Free trade, increasing of refrigeration led to high imports that impacted
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U OF GHIST 3130Ashley MathisenFall

HIST 3130 Lecture Notes - Lord George Gordon, Gordon Riots, Vigilante

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12 Sep 2013
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Week 2b lecture 3 england, 1688 - 1785. Succession of war in britain (one war after the other: how ppl dealt with order & disorder, how they transition
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U OF GPOLS 3130Dennis BakerWinter

POLS 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21-24: Fetus, Middleground, Henry Morgentaler

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17 Apr 2013
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Chapter 21 the supreme court decides whether to decide. October 3, 1988 borowski came back with three interveners, even though there was no woman compl
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U OF GPOLS 3130Dennis BakerWinter

POLS 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18-21: Tacitus, Therapeutic Abortion Committee, Fetus

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17 Apr 2013
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Chapter 18 return to the supreme court. On october 7th, 1986, morgentaler returned to the scc. The court was now well on its way into charter land and
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U OF GPOLS 3130Dennis BakerWinter

POLS 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-17: Toronto Star, Roland Penner, Boiling Point

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17 Apr 2013
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U OF GPOLS 3130Dennis BakerWinter

POLS 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-12: 18 Months, Abortion Law, Abortion Clinic

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17 Apr 2013
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Joe borowski: appointed to cabinet in 1969. Minister of transport and minister of public works. Together held largest budget: known for honesty and har
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U OF GPOLS 3130Dennis BakerWinter

POLS 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: United Steelworkers, Quebec Superior Court, Dramatization

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U OF GPOLS 3250J KillingsworthFall

POLS 3250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Much (Tv Channel), Dejaview, Canadian Identity

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28 Nov 2012
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So deeply entrenched, hard to find reason for them. Supporters believe policy has opened up market for canadian artists that would not exist otherwise.
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U OF GPOLS 3410David Mac DonaldFall

all the required readings from week one to week twelve (chapters, and articles)

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11 Nov 2012
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The constitution also guarantees individuals rights and decentralizes power. This maintains the idea that the power isn t located all in the hands of t
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U OF GPOLS 2150Carol L DaudaWinter

Hoffman Article - Summary

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8 Feb 2012
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 12/ Unit 12: Chapter 17

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13 Dec 2011
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Powerhouse"-that blazes with the luminosity of 100 galaxies. Other active galaxies: powerful energy sources in space other than quasars include seyfert
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 11

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Our home galaxy (milky way): inside distribution of stars = flat and disk-like, younger stars outside distribution of stars = spherical, older stars. C
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 6/ Unit 6: Chapter 3, 4

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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 10/ Unit 10

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The discussion divides up neatly into three categories; low-mass stars, intermediate-mass stars, and high-mass stars. Stars that vary their luminosity
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 9/ Unit 9: Chapter 12

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13 Dec 2011
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The pre-main-sequence phase is the period when the material that will form the star is organized in some way and becomes an entity, followed by a perio
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 8/ Unit 8: Chapter 11

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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 7 - Chapter 10

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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 5 - Chapter 5, & 9

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13 Dec 2011
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Stars transform matter from lighter elements into heavier ones: hydrogen and helium account for 99. 9% of all observed atoms in the universe, stars she
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

PHYS 1600 Study Guide - Inferior And Superior Planets

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13 Dec 2011
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Cosmology: the study of the formation, organization and evolution of the earth. 2. 2the belief that in a sun-centered cosmology formed slowly: Direct m
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 3/ Unit 3 - Earth & Moon

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13 Dec 2011
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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 4/ Unit 4: Chapter 8 - Planets

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U OF GPHYS 1600Mike MassaFall

Week 2/ Unit 2

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