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UTSGSOC246H1Markus SchaferFall

SOC246H1 Lecture Notes - Unix System Iii, Population Ageing, Demographic Transition

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20 Oct 2012
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Fall 2012, class 4: global variation in population aging. Classic idea: shift from high fertility/high mortality to low fertility/low mortality. In wes
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Brand Loyalty, Consumerism, Steam Engine

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25 Apr 2012
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All human culture begins with little rituals (set of practices, symbols, tool that fulfills us and lower our anxieties) Unique to one that creates them
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Scientific Revolution, List Of Sovereign States By Suicide Rate, Industrial Revolution

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25 Apr 2012
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Sociology: the term was introduced by august compte in 1834. Sociologists started studying the society and people in order to make the society a better
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymWinter

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Symbolic Interactionism, Impression Management, Flight Attendant

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25 Apr 2012
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Macro: big , so far what we"ve been studying in this course. Broad, involves graphs (quantitative data), marxist and functionalists= macro sociology. M
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymWinter

Sociology101 lecture 2012 01 18

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25 Apr 2012
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Believed that the bigger your brain is, more intellectual you are. Found that caucasian skulls were bigger that asian, african american, etc. Used his
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UTSGSOC201H1Robert BrymWinter

SOC201H1 Lecture Notes - In Vitro Fertilisation, Flight Attendant

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25 Apr 2012
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Women came into the canadian workforce mainly due to the socio-political forces (usually war). Since then, there has been an ongoing tension between me
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Flight Attendant, Impression Management, Nonverbal Communication

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25 Apr 2012
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We act differently depending on the content of the interaction. Women laugh twice as more than men. Even when women are listeners, women laugh more tha
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Cultural Relativism, Cultural Survival, Greenpeace

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25 Apr 2012
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All human culture begins with little rituals (set of practices, symbols, tool that fulfills us and lower our anxieties) Unique to one that creates them
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - List Of Sovereign States By Suicide Rate, Scientific Revolution

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25 Apr 2012
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Sociology: the term was introduced by august compte in 1834. Sociologists started studying the society and people in order to make the society a better
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UTSGSOC201H1Robert BrymFall

SOC201H1 Study Guide - Breaching Experiment, Flight Attendant, Erving Goffman

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25 Apr 2012
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Macro: big , so far what we"ve been studying in this course. Broad, involves graphs (quantitative data), marxist and functionalists= macro sociology. M
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymWinter

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Samuel George Morton, Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism, Comparative Genomics

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25 Apr 2012
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Believed that the bigger your brain is, more intellectual you are. Found that caucasian skulls were bigger that asian, african american, etc. Used his
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymWinter

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Flight Attendant, In Vitro Fertilisation

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25 Apr 2012
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Women came into the canadian workforce mainly due to the socio-political forces (usually war). Since then, there has been an ongoing tension between me
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UTSGCLA204H1Regina HoscheleWinter

CLA204H1 Study Guide - Erymanthian Boar, Lernaean Hydra, Ceryneian Hind

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25 Apr 2012
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Born between alkemene (tall and beautiful) and zeus (disguised as her husband) Alkemene was pregnant with two boys at the same time: heracles( from zeu
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Hosios Loukas, Iconoclasm, Emperor Of Japan

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19 Apr 2012
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A continuation of the empire of ancient rome and as divinely ordained. The byzantine emperor basileus was considered absolute and sacred. Byzantium (th
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

Art History 10.27.11.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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1400 renaissance: antiquity, illusion of space (3d perspective in paintings) Before, they did not apply mathematical and geometrical principles. In 130
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

FAH101H1 Lecture Notes - Liberal Arts Education, Giorgio Vasari, Architectural Theory

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19 Apr 2012
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Gothic coined by the italian artists" biographer giorgio vasari around 1550. Criticizes the non-classical portions of some french and german structures
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

Art History 11.3.11.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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The renaissance of the north: a new version of reality. Breaking point when the old testament ends and new testament starts. Worked for the duke of bur
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

Art History 11.18.11.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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In very different ways involved with history and politics of the time. J. j rousseau s exclamation man is born free, but is everywhere in chains emphas
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

Art History 12.01.11.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Rules & theories of art and proportions abandoned (czezan) Different views of painting/ what they should do. Les demoiselles d"avignon, 1907 ,pablo pic
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica BoydFall

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Nasal Consonant, Vocal Folds, Downdrift

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19 Apr 2012
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Syllabic: they can be the peak of a word( they are sonorous) vowels are sounds made with the vocal tract more open than for consonant and glide product
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica BoydFall

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Vocal Folds, Articulatory Phonetics, Murmured Voice

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19 Apr 2012
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The structure of the minimal units in language: the sounds. Articulatory phonetics: looking at the physiological mechanisms of speech production (what
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

Art History 09.29.11.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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The frescoes of dura europos and the arch of constantine. Europos: hellenic foundation of 300bce known as dura (discovered in 1920, near syria) Dura wa
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

Art History 09.22.11.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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Aspects of the asian world: chinese terracotta warriors. Nobody knows the answer but one thing is certain: death. Funerary figures from ari ghazal near
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UTSGFAH101H1WollesonFall

Art History 09.15.11.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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Located in greece in acropolis (which is in ruins since persians burnt it in 480bc) Work began on the parthenon in 447bc when athens was at the peak of
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica BoydFall

Linguistics 09.26.11.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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Syllabic: they can be the peak of a word( they are sonorous) vowels are sounds made with the vocal tract more open than for consonant and glide product
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica BoydFall

Linguistics 09.19.11.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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The structure of the minimal units in language: the sounds. Articulatory phonetics: looking at the physiological mechanisms of speech production (what
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