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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthyWinter

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Onboarding, Organizational Identification, Psychological Contract

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21 Apr 2013
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Information dependence and effect dependence: depend on others for info about the adequacy and appropriateness of our behaviour, thoughts and feelings.
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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthyWinter

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Communication, Nonverbal Communication

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21 Apr 2013
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Communication: the process by which information is exchanged between sender and receiver. Interpersonal communication: the exchange of info between ppl
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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthyWinter

MGHB02H3 Lecture Notes - Onboarding, Organizational Identification, Psychological Contract

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21 Apr 2013
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Information dependence and effect dependence: depend on others for info about the adequacy and appropriateness of our behaviour, thoughts and feelings.
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UTSCCLAA06H3Victoria OwenWinter

CLAA06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Iphicles, Hippomenes, Kutaisi

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19 Jun 2012
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UTSCCLAA06H3Victoria OwenWinter

Lecture 8-Thesus.doc

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19 Jun 2012
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Myths of athens: claimed origins of the athenians, 1. The myth of the king cecrops (civilizing king in the golden age, snake. Two myths about the daugh
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ecological Niche, Intellectual Disability, Phenylketonuria

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19 Jun 2012
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01H3 Study Guide - Homo Sapiens, Chromosome Abnormality, Heritability

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19 Jun 2012
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Biological evolution: changes that take place in the genetic and physical characteristics of a population. Behavioral differences among organisms corre
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UTSCRLGA01H3Henry ShiuFall

RLGA01H3 Lecture Notes - Taoism, Lisa Lopes, Filial Piety

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16 May 2012
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In expressible, ineffable, any way that it can expressed is partial, incomplete, not relative. The 6th the classic of music (yueji) is now lost. The se
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hominini, Relative Dating, Fluorine

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27 Apr 2012
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How: theoretical approaches and environments and diets. Who: burial context and osteological methods of identifying age at death, sex, health, disease,
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Lecture 5-Life on Earth Movie.doc

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27 Apr 2012
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Long legs easy to jump, hard to walk. Elsewhere in the world leamers couldn"t compete with monkey. Marmosets: ancient monkey, nocturnal, mark gum tree
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Homo Ergaster, Ecover, Asteroid Family

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27 Apr 2012
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Sets them from other apes stands and walks on both legs. 8 million years ago used hands and feet to move. Lucy 3. 5 million years ago: ape to human con
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Genetic Drift, Gamete, Telomerase Reverse Transcriptase

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27 Apr 2012
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Traits in offspring are not passed solely by either parent traits are passed in small, independent packages from both parents: we call these packages g
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Lecture 2-Evolution.doc

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27 Apr 2012
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List at least 5 traits: natural selection, adaptation to the environment, variability also exists in population. Darwin: on the origin of species publi
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Simian

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27 Apr 2012
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Hominidae, Sivapithecus, Pleistocene

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27 Apr 2012
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Plio-pleistocene: pertaining to the pliocene and first half of the pleistocene, a time range of 5-1 mya. For this time period, numerous fossil hominins
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Taphonomy, Hominini, Bipedalism

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27 Apr 2012
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Protohominin: the earliest members of the hominin lineage, as yet only poorly represented in the fossil record; thus, the reconstruction of their struc
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gamete, Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift

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27 Apr 2012
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Intro: natural selection acts on genetic variation in population. If all individuals in a population genetically identical no natural selection. Sexual
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Chapter 2 Notes.docx

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27 Apr 2012
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Humans didn"t evolve from chimpanzees or monkeys. Earliest human ancestors evolved from species 5-8 million yrs ago. That ancestral specie was the last
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Feeding Desire Chapter notes.docx

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27 Apr 2012
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Relative Dating, Taphonomy, Fluorine

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27 Apr 2012
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How: theoretical approaches and environments and diets. Who: burial context and osteological methods of identifying age at death, sex, health, disease,
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Lecture 2-Evolution.doc

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27 Apr 2012
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List at least 5 traits: natural selection, adaptation to the environment, variability also exists in population. Darwin: on the origin of species publi
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Australopithecus, Homo Ergaster, Ecover

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27 Apr 2012
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Sets them from other apes stands and walks on both legs. 8 million years ago used hands and feet to move. Lucy 3. 5 million years ago: ape to human con
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Lecture 5-Life on Earth Movie.doc

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27 Apr 2012
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Long legs easy to jump, hard to walk. Elsewhere in the world leamers couldn"t compete with monkey. Marmosets: ancient monkey, nocturnal, mark gum tree
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Canidae

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27 Apr 2012
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Behaviour: anything organisms do that involves action in response to internal or external stimuli; the response of an individual, group, or species to
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Simian

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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Genetic Drift, Gamete, Telomerase Reverse Transcriptase

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27 Apr 2012
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Traits in offspring are not passed solely by either parent traits are passed in small, independent packages from both parents: we call these packages g
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Hominidae, Sivapithecus, Pleistocene

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27 Apr 2012
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Plio-pleistocene: pertaining to the pliocene and first half of the pleistocene, a time range of 5-1 mya. For this time period, numerous fossil hominins
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Interactive Evolutionary Computation

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27 Apr 2012
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Paleolithic/cave archaeology: biological anthropology: the science of human zoology, evolution and ecology. Ex: forensics, primatology, palaeoanthropol
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Lecture Five.doc

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18 Apr 2012
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Procreation as symbolic and paternity as cultural construct. Depending on the type of economy, kinship shapes kinship relation from marriage, child rea
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Misogyny, Applied Anthropology, Public Anthropology

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18 Apr 2012
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Race, class and gender & the politics of representation. The search for respect is also a search for a viable form of masculinity. Marginalized urban m
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Natural Disaster, Ethnography, Collective Unconscious

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18 Apr 2012
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Behavior: here s what do people do (ethnography) Culture: here s why they do it (theory) She tell the advertisers what the people do and then the marke
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

Lecture Eight.doc

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18 Apr 2012
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What it means to be primitive and what it means to be modern. Its coming from an ethnocentric point of view. Modern to mean now, but in social science
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Franz Boas, James George Frazer, Veranda

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18 Apr 2012
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If you want to understand what anthropology is, look at what anthropologists do. Above all else, what anthropologists do is ethnography (vsi page 13) E
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Susan Bordo, Azawagh Arabs, Anorexia Nervosa

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18 Apr 2012
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3 axes of continuity in euro-american body ideals. Crystallization: the way that various cultural logics and values comes together, and sustain each ot
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Liminality, Two-Spirit, Biological Determinism

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18 Apr 2012
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Rituals that mark the transition from one life stage to another. Transition from one stage to another a social change in your self. Separation: person
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Black Market, Pierre Bourdieu, Internalized Racism

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18 Apr 2012
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The idea that ppl can be categorized based on physical appearances. Racism: modes of exclusion, inferiorization, subordination, and exploitation that p
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Franz Boas, Scientific Racism, Internalized Racism

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18 Apr 2012
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Essential concepts of race versus dna distribution. Race and racism are embedded in institutions and everyday life. We talk abt racism as a way to desc
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Benjamin Lee Whorf, Protestant Work Ethic, Edward Sapir

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18 Apr 2012
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The bima and dou donggo of indonesia. An encompassing picture of reality based on a set of shared assumptions about how the world works. Multiple world
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UTSCMGTA01H3H LaurenceWinter

Chapter 10 Motivating and Leading Employees.doc

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21 Feb 2012
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Job satisfaction: the pleasure and feeling of accomplishment employees derive from performing their jobs well: morale: the generally positive or negati
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UTSCMGTA01H3H LaurenceFall

Chapter 9.doc

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21 Feb 2012
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O human resource management: set of organizational activities directed at attracting, developing. Chapter 9- managing human relations and maintaining a
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