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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - Proletariat, Bourgeoisie

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Capitalism: marx sees this as progressive because of the labour process. When existing means of production become chains, then the class system is read
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YORKENVS 1000Peter TimmermanWinter

ENVS 1000 Lecture Notes - Termite, Sustainable Design, Some Cities

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31 Mar 2013
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Symbolism of nature"s physical traits- pillars to prop up houses/temples and other built structures. Baobab house is an example of people taking advant
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YORKENVS 1000Peter TimmermanWinter

ENVS 1000 Lecture Notes - Entropy, Disaster Film, Joule

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31 Mar 2013
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Animal writing involves the use of animals that have human voices. The writing is strongly shaped by the pastoral. The understanding of nature (and cul
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YORKENVS 1000Peter TimmermanWinter

ENVS 1000 Lecture Notes - Pseudohermaphroditism, Quasi, Heteronormativity

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31 Mar 2013
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Gender is a social construction that relates to biological characteristics of sex. Contestation in natural characteristics of ideas based on sex- e. g.
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YORKENVS 1000Peter TimmermanWinter

ENVS 1000 Lecture Notes - Mineral Water, Mekong, Osmosis

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31 Mar 2013
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The only substance that can be in all 3 physical states altogether within a reasonable temperature range. Earth is situated in a way that allows water
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YORKENVS 1000Peter TimmermanWinter

ENVS 1000 Lecture Notes - Svante Arrhenius, Kyoto Protocol, Core Sample

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31 Mar 2013
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Svante arrhenius 1898 sketched out hypothetical about doubling of co2. If that happened, then the temperature of the planet will rise about 2 degrees c
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - On The Jewish Question, The Emotions, For Marx

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21 Mar 2013
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Jews could not be emancipated: marx"s response: freeing the whole before freeing the particulars is putting the cart before the horse. French revolutio
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - Harm Principle, On Liberty, Free Soil Party

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13 Mar 2013
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Feb. 26- Rousseau's social contract II.doc

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4 Mar 2013
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1: forcing one to be free: by compelling someone to arrive at a decision, they can be made free through coercion, rousseau did not say that the particu
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - Egocentrism, Human Nature

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4 Mar 2013
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1: there is the rich and the poor, and the poor becomes dependent on the rich, and the rich compete against one another, political states are formed co
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Feb. 5- Rousseau's human nature.doc

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4 Mar 2013
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: a being wandering in the forest feeling hunger and thirst. Once satisfying those needs, would forget all about it. In the beginning, equality could b
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - Tyrant, Excommunication

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4 Mar 2013
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Slavery and conquest: chapter iv: the master has the power to kill the captive at any time. Locke emphasizes more on the second sense- on livelihood: 3
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - Body Politic

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4 Mar 2013
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The state of nature: the way hobbes talks about the state of nature changes from chapter ii to chapter ix, locke refutes the absence of private propert
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - Justice Machine, Sea Monster, Tyrant

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4 Mar 2013
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Covenant: creating a power among us strong enough so that no one can harm us- creating something that can protect us, there is a greater chance of stab
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YORKPOLS 2900Stephen NewmanWinter

POLS 2900 Lecture Notes - Motor Oil, Unmoved Mover

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4 Mar 2013
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 3760 Politics and Japan (Post WWII).doc

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20 Mar 2012
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Japan"s role in the war made radical changes. In recorded history, there was no occasion where japan was wiped out or surrendered. At the time after th
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelFall

HIST 3760 World War II and Japan.doc

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12 Mar 2012
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1: period of wwii for east asia started before the nazi advance. In mid-1920"s, japan included the 4 main islands, taiwan, okinawa, korea, as well as o
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Crime and the International.doc

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9 Mar 2012
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As cohen argues in the reading by carrabine et al. , state agents are actually the violators of the legal rights of citizens. As such, it seems most ob
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Policing Aboriginal Protest (Guest Lecturer).doc

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YORKSOCI 3630Alireza AsgharzadehSummer

SOCI 3630 Study Guide for In-class Test.docx

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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelSummer

HIST 3760 Militarism at Home 1924-1940.doc

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6 Mar 2012
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaSummer

The National Security State.doc

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4 Mar 2012
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As razack and bell argue, a state of exception comes into play as individuals who are deemed non-citizens because of their profiles are faced with nati
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 3760- Party Rule in the Taisho Era.doc

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27 Feb 2012
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Introduction: taisho demokurashii meaningful unit of time. The problem was that historians of those centuries liked to name periods after the reigns of
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YORKSOCI 3630Alireza AsgharzadehWinter

SOCI 3630- Disability, Age and Education

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16 Feb 2012
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Kind of empowerment to redefine disability by disabled. This led to new understanding of disability as a social/political category (not related to biol
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 37600- Japanese Imperialism

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13 Feb 2012
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Japanese imperialism: there were two types of imperialism: old and new. Old imperialism: to contrast imperialism with colonialism- colonialism is to ta
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 3760- Cultural and Intellectual Change

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8 Feb 2012
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 3760- The Constitutional Movement

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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Summary: Aboriginal Peoples and Criminalization

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30 Jan 2012
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As numerous white settlers migrated into indigenous land early in the 19th century, the colonial government pursued policies that were designed to limi
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810 Summary: The War on Drugs

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30 Jan 2012
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The war on drugs: tales of race, class and gender. Popular representations of today"s drug traffickers are men of colour, portrayed in violent, as hype
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YORKSOCI 3630Alireza AsgharzadehFall

SOCI 3630- Social and Emotional Pedagogy

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23 Jan 2012
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YORKSOCI 3630Alireza AsgharzadehFall

SOCI 3630- Sociology as Pedagogy

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23 Jan 2012
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YORKSOCI 3810Carmela MurdoccaWinter

SOCI 3810- Pathological Approach to Crime

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23 Jan 2012
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The pathological approach to crime: individually based theories- heidi. This was a result from the growing trend in scientific discovery. The demonolog
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- "Modernization" and "Modern" Japan

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23 Jan 2012
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- Political Consolidation Under the Meiji State

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23 Jan 2012
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The previous emperor had just died in 1867. 14: next best solution-> turn to the court nobles. They have experience-> with day-to-day procedures, colle
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelFall

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- Reform Efforts Under the Tokugawa

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23 Jan 2012
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The genroku watershed (1688-1704: the significance, 1) marks end of bureaucratization of the samurai. Until the genroku period, most people thought tha
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelWinter

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- The Collapse of the Tokugawa Regime

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23 Jan 2012
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He saw urban poverty all over the place and felt like he needed to do something about it. He sold all of his books and gave all that money to the poor
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelFall

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- Western Learning and Nativism in the Tokugawa Period

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23 Jan 2012
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Western learning and nativism in the tokugawa period: nativism is also called national learning . In the eyes of the chinese, the more foreigners adopt
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelFall

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- Arrival of Foreign Powers at Japan's "Closed" Door

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23 Jan 2012
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Arrival of foreign powers at japan"s ( closed ) door. There are different interpretations of events in history. Japan: sakoku re-examined: only 4 natio
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelFall

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- Early Tokugawa Economy

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23 Jan 2012
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Japan has one of the highest population densities in the world- very crowded. Japan has the 3rd greatest gnp- gross national product. Japan is not perm
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YORKHIST 3760Joshua FogelFall

HIST 3760A Modern Japan- Culture and Society in Tokugawa Japan

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23 Jan 2012
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