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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Protestant Work Ethic, Erving Goffman, Historical Sociology

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12 Jan 2013
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Last week follow up move from their institutionalist analysis to macro perspective of meyer. B&t focus on how people make sense of the world in additio
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Deconstruction, Political Sociology, False Consciousness

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12 Jan 2013
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Once you have selected an interesting sociological problem, derive 3 alternative hypotheses from theories you think would be interesting to test in thi
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Harrison White, Relationalism, Mark Granovetter

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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Social Stratification, Star Network, Georg Simmel

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12 Jan 2013
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Last week- to understand social reality we should start with interaction patterns: social phenomenon defined by physical presence of co-actors. This pe
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Erving Goffman, Behaviorism, Individualism

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12 Jan 2013
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Re-cap- do we need mechanisms and sociological explanations at all? (methodological individualism) Hedstrom assume that individuals are causal agents i
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Intentionality, Nomothetic, Bounded Rationality

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12 Jan 2013
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Introduced basic idea of methodological individualism: ontological (individuals against social entities) and explanatory version. Start with general no
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Anomie, Ideal Type, Modernization Theory

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12 Jan 2013
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Feb. 14 readings: edgar kiser and michael hechter the role of general theory in comparative- historical sociological , edgar kiser and justin baer the
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Verstehen, Methodological Individualism, Protestant Work Ethic

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12 Jan 2013
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Focused on bourdieu and giddens via sewell who tried to conceptualize agency and structure in categories of mutual constitution. Instead of separating
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Structural Marxism, Social Inequality, Methodological Individualism

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12 Jan 2013
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Parsons- first major theorist to synthesize thinking of early sociologists, trying to combine early sociologists in conceptual framework - analytical f
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Voluntary Action, Social System, Cultural System

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12 Jan 2013
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Dichotomy of micro and macro society and normative background of modernity, modern society emphasizes individual freedom. Experiences of increasingly d
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Intentionality, Social Inequality, Metatheory

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12 Jan 2013
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Conceptual questions concerning conceptualizations, transfers of sociological theories to other domains, conceptual framework to explain social reality
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UTSGSOC367H1NikolauoSummer

SOC367H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pierre Bourdieu, Cultural Capital, Aretha Franklin

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12 Jan 2013
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Inequality and education 25 july 2011 week seven. Inequality and education: chris richardson guest lectures on the work of pierre bourdieu, lareau (200
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UTSGSOC367H1NikolauoSummer

SOC367H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Commodity Fetishism, Racial Hygiene, Kitsch

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12 Jan 2013
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England & stiell (2008) example of essentialisation (last week) Who employs domestic workers middle upper class (frankenberg link) To begin a social hi
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UTSGSOC367H1NikolauoSummer

SOC367H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Emily Carr, Liberal Democracy, Canadian Nationalism

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12 Jan 2013
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Multiculturalism and nation lecture 4 wednesday july 13, 2011. All interrogate the nation to which citizens can or cannot belong. These sociological co
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UTSGSOC367H1NikolauoSummer

SOC367H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Patricia Hill Collins, Standpoint Theory, Nuclear Family

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12 Jan 2013
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Monday july 18, 2011 week 5 families and paid/unpaid work . Finish up on multiculturalism and nation lecture (from last week) Families and paid/unpaid
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UTSGSOC367H1NikolauoSummer

SOC367H1 Lecture Notes - Simone De Beauvoir, Compulsory Heterosexuality, Az Yet

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12 Jan 2013
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Privilege walk: adapted from the new conversations activity developed by dinushika. Mohottige: consciousness-raising around personal privilege associat
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UTSGSOC367H1NikolauoSummer

SOC367H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Metanarrative, Gay Liberation, Africville

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12 Jan 2013
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Idea of grand narratives vs. sub-textual narratives (impact grand) Story of memory making and how we understand the nation state we live in. The idea o
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Carmelites, Mother Teresa, Promised Heaven

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9 Jan 2013
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Last week"s contemporary women"s writings died in mid 20s both carmelite nuns. Decided at age 2 to become a nun. Usually there is a statue of her in ch
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - The Jesuit Relations, Counter-Reformation, Begging

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9 Jan 2013
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Soldier seeking glory in war, injured, hurt leg, 16th century surgery to have leg broken again but did not work out well. Had to stay in hospital, conv
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: The Imitation Of Christ, Transubstantiation, Scholasticism

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9 Jan 2013
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Smc205h1f november 10, 2011 (thomas a kempis) Thomas a kempis lives his experience, experience with common brothers, written for. Influence of this boo
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Real Presence Of Christ In The Eucharist, Perfect Sense, Johan Huizinga

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9 Jan 2013
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Christians defined by what they celebrate, the eucharist but we do not see much mention of it but then we do with the women. Catherine, writing everyth
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Monasticism, Kenosis, Montecasino

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9 Jan 2013
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In praise of the new knighthood- spiritual handbook for them to use as they go around. Monasticism arises early in the life of the church- people refer
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Opus Dei, God Speaks, Tropaeolum

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9 Jan 2013
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Relevant to clairveau - continuity from last week. Music = she was a composer, there are a lot of nifty recordings of her music we have not seen what s
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Felix Culpa, Presupposition, Beatitudes

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9 Jan 2013
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These women write more with intensity, affection. These women are not martyrs, they present the same questions of how does union happen but they have a
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - A Confession, Manichaeism, Gluttony

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9 Jan 2013
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Virtue is a quality pointing out humanity/ deepest nature. To imitate god is to become passionate. Sheppard hermas (strange passage silano"s favourite
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Jewish Christian, Psalms, Quran

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Some text we read prologue of st. johns concept- prologue of experience. Title rejection of theologian claim and rejection to claim that all that matte
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UTSGSMC103Y1Giulio SilanoFall

SMC103Y1 Lecture Notes - Pope Boniface Viii, Scriptural Reasoning, Second Vatican Council

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9 Jan 2013
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590-604 gregory i reflected on the faith when the church was undivided but then later you had difficulties between latin and greek church. Fathers are
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Code-Switching, In Society, Wage Labour

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7 Jan 2013
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What is the cultural definition of the life course in a society? (ikels et al. ask people to tell them how they see the life course in a range of diffe
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hutterite, Weaning, Nuclear Family

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7 Jan 2013
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E. g. number of births per 1,000 population in 1900. Important because (crude birth rate ) - (crude death rate) = population growth. Age-specific ferti
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Health Care In Canada, Infant Mortality, Big Difference

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7 Jan 2013
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In the past dominant cause of death was death from infectious diseases. Pre-modern societies high death rates with leading cause of death - infection 8
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Stanford University Press, Old Age, Pension

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7 Jan 2013
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Older people used to be treated with more respect. Old people get more respect and better treatment in less developed, more traditional. In the past, c
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cirque Du Soleil, Wage Labour, Kalahari Desert

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7 Jan 2013
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Soc256h1f - childhood in different kinds of societies. Tell me what happened in this wedding and what happened in that wedding leave it open! Have some
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rites, Menarche, Nancy Jo Powell

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7 Jan 2013
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Then we consider more general questions: type of society and the number of rites, the kinds of things for which there are rites. In canada- there is no
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Marriage Records, Hierarchical Organization, Patrilineality

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7 Jan 2013
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In lectures after reading week, we will compare the nature of childhood and old age in different kinds of societies. Therefore metal workers make a hug
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kalahari Desert, Weaning, Demographics Of Ukraine

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7 Jan 2013
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How are life course changes timed? (2 ways: f&c) Social constructions of the life course include ways to define when people move from one life stage or
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

Lecture 3 - mini lecture.docx

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7 Jan 2013
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Respondent experience same transition rite in 2 different societies consent form* To get detailed descriptions of the same transition rite as a partici
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Richard Leakey, Kalahari Desert, Trading Post

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7 Jan 2013
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To understand why our species succeeded we need to understand these ancestors and their behaviour, since ours started with them. 1975 skull answered ma
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UTSGSOC101Y1Matthias KoenigFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Industrial Society, Metalworking, Competitive Advantage

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7 Jan 2013
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UTSGHIS389H1Jane AbrayFall

HIS389H1 Lecture Notes - Henry Chauncy, Walkern, Francis Hutchinson

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6 Jan 2013
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Outline: a case study in belief and disbelief, jane wenham, 1712. 18th century sceptics- better not to start witchcraft trials. Francis hutchinson, his
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UTSGHIS389H1Jane AbrayFall

HIS389H1 Lecture Notes - Canon Episcopi, Alonso De Salazar, Malleus Maleficarum

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6 Jan 2013
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Lecture - november 23, 2010: demonological sceptics (yes, but approach to cumulative concept) Cumulative concept scepticism all about the cumulative co
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