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U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonFall

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Émile Durkheim, Richard Cloward, Anomie

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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: British Columbia New Democratic Party, Plurality Voting System, Gerrymandering

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6 Dec 2012
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Week 11 elections and the electoral systems chapter 11. Voters can play a role in shaping the future direction of the country by choosing the party who
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Marginal Seat, Federal Accountability Act, Instant-Runoff Voting

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Representative democracy: a form of democracy in which citizens select others to act on their behalf, don"t affect the political process directly. Elec
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Sponsorship Scandal, New Social Movements, Social Movement Theory

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Week 10: interest groups, social movements and lobbyists chapter 10. Interest groups: organizations that pursue the common interest of groups of people
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Elections Canada, Canadian Taxpayers Federation, Canadian Auto Workers

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6 Dec 2012
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Week 10: interest groups and social movements november 12, 2012. An organization that pursue the common interests of groups of people, particularly by
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Official Party Status, Canadian Alliance, Visible Minority

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The canadian elections act underscores the primary role as electoral machines. Political party: an organization that endorses one or more of its member
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - One Member, One Vote, Canada Elections Act, Leadership Convention

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6 Dec 2012
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State institutions institution that are related to the constitution. Political institutions structure democratic expression within states, closely rela
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Jean Lesage, Canadian Passport, Classical Liberalism

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6 Dec 2012
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Week 8 readings: canadian diversity chapter 1. In the early 1970"s only 10% of the world"s states could be considered nation states. Nation state: a st
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Clarity Act, Common Descent, Gender Equality

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6 Dec 2012
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Decision-Making, Law Society, Napoleonic Code

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6 Dec 2012
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Rule of law: the principle that individuals should be subject only to known, predictable, and impartial rules, rather than to arbitrary orders of those
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Supreme Court Act, Precedent, Canadian Judicial Council

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6 Dec 2012
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Lecture 7- the judicial system october 24th, 2012. Section 91 (federal government) criminal law, penitentiaries. Section 92 (provincial government) the
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: International Monetary Fund, Visible Minority, International Development Research Centre

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6 Dec 2012
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In july 2009, canada"s privacy commissioner, jennifer stoddart, took up their complaint and launched an investigation, which found twenty of their alle
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Via Rail, New Public Management, Individual Ministerial Responsibility

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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Pierre Trudeau, Public Bill, Bicameralism

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6 Dec 2012
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Pierre trudeau said that liberal backbenchers were trained seats , political power has shifted from parliament to the executive, does this mean that th
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Secret Ballot, Majority Government, Fiscal Federalism

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6 Dec 2012
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Week 5: the legislature: house of commons and senate. Quiz- fiscal federalism & on, the executive, the legislature. Important: fusion of powers between
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Individual Ministerial Responsibility, Cabinet Collective Responsibility, Visible Minority

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6 Dec 2012
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Executive is the oldest branch of government. Modern history is one attempting to bind political executives to democratic impulses, as mediated by parl
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Responsible Government, Primus Inter Pares, Letters Patent, 1947

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Lecture 4: the executive crown, prime minister and cabinet. These come to us because of the similar to that in the principle of the british government
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: New Economics Foundation, Canada Social Transfer, Flag Of Canada

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6 Dec 2012
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Week 3 readings: chapter 4 the federal system. Dec 23,2004 premier of newfoundland danny williams ordered the canadian flag removed from all provincial
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Co-Determination, Unitary State, Public Finance

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6 Dec 2012
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Political organization in which the activities of government are divided between regional governments and a central government in such a way that each
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Minority Language, Indian Act, R V Drybones

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6 Dec 2012
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Week 2 readings: chapter 3 the charter of rights and freedoms. Henry morgentaler, women should have the right to safe abortion. At the time could resul
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Parliamentary Sovereignty, Judicial Activism, R V Drybones

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6 Dec 2012
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Week 2: the charter of rights and freedoms. Entitlements that citizens can claim against the state and other citizens. Help to point out the things tha
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Distributed Power, Cabinet Of Canada, Charlottetown Accord

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Week 1 readings: chapter 2 the constitution and constitutional change. Meech lake accord was a response to quebec"s demands for constitutional change a
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U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Lecture Notes - Section 33 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, Victoria Charter, Charlottetown Accord

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Week 1: the constitution and constitutional change: branches of government, levels of government (division of power, state and the people. The fundamen
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonWinter

Crime Lecture 7.docx

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Week 7: social conflict theories - february 28th, 2012. Socieites" defintion of a behaviour at a given time and place that determines whether behaviour
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 4 Notes

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Society: people who interact in a defined territory and share a culture. Socio-cultural evolution: changes that occur as a society gains new technology
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 5 Notes

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Socialization: refers to the lifelong social experience by which people develop their human potential and learn culture. Personality: a persons fairly
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonWinter

Week 5 Crime

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Week 5: biological and psychological theories of crime: february 7th-9th 2012.  the application of the scientific method to the study of the human con
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonWinter

Crime Week 4 Notes

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Criminal behaviours used to be blamed on a force of evil , spirits. Spirit possessions were seen to be a primary cause of much anti-social behavior. Im
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonWinter

Crime Week 5 Notes

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New perspective during the 19th century conceived human behavior to be determined by forces beyond the control of the individual. Crime was seen as beh
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonWinter

Crime Lecture 4

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 employ critical reflection skills to identify and evaluate assumptions that inform our understanding of crime, criminal behaviour, and crime control
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 3 Culture

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The ways of thinking, the ways of acting, and the material objects that together shape a people s way of life. Nonmaterial culture: the ideas created b
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

The Eskimo Movie Notes

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They have adapted to the harsh environment and weather, 30-40 degrees below 0. Family sleeps together between caribou skins on a platform of snow. Ever
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonWinter

Crime Week 4

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Criminal behaviours used to be blamed on a force of evil , spirits. Spirit possessions were seen to be a primary cause of much anti-social behavior. Im
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 4 Notes

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Society: people who interact in a defined territory and share a culture. Socio-cultural evolution: changes that occur as a society gains new technology
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 3 Notes

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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 2

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Basics of sociological investigation: apply the sociological perspective, be curious and ask questions. In order to answer our questions, there are man
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 2 Notes

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Science: a logical system that bases knowledge on direct systematic observation. Empirical evidence: information we can verify with our senses. 6 state
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Chapter 1 Notes

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Sociological perspective: seeing the general in the particular. Sociologists: identify general patterns in the behavior of particular individuals. Soci
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U OF GSOC 1100Deanna Behnke- CookWinter

Lecture 1

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Seeing the general in the particular (peter berger coined) Sociologists identify general social patterns in the behaviour of particular individuals. Gi
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonWinter

Crime Lecture 3

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Video: myth of the liberal media-the propaganda model of news edward. Herman and noam chomsky have developed a comprehensive framework for understandin
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