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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operational Definition, Central Tendency, Habituation

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8 Jun 2012
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Chapter 2 the ways and means of psychology. Psychologists conduct three major types of scientific research: Only experiments can confirm the existence
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UTSCLINA01H3Chandan NarayanSummer

LINA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vocal Folds

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31 May 2012
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Language is at the heart of all things human; language defines us. Linguistics is the study of how language works - how it is used, how it is acquired,
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Experimental Psychology, Psychodynamics, Gestalt Psychology

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31 May 2012
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The concept of intelligence is like the concept of magic , it only holds any validity when we don"t know how it"s done. Early in human history, humans
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Progressive Education, Natural Philosophy, Paul Broca

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31 May 2012
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However, the focus of psychology turned from the mind, which cannot be observed directly, to behaviour, which can. The use of different levels of expla
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonSummer

MAPPING NOTES FINAL.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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50 civilize them with a stick (mary crow dog, richard erdoes) Mary crow dog and richard erdoes reveal how the institution of education can be an agent
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

WSTA03H3 Lecture Notes - Hegemonic Masculinity, Paul Epworth, Gender Studies

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7 Apr 2012
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Media heroes: courageous, competent and always in control but sometimes romantic and sensitive. Women: praise both sensitivity and toughness in men. Mo
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

WSTA03H3 Lecture Notes - Underweight, Eating Disorder, Bulimia Nervosa

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7 Apr 2012
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We think our bodies are ours our private possession and nobody has control over it; or as an entity, a machine that is biologically determined (where o
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

WSTA03H3 Study Guide - Eating Disorder, Killing Us Softly, Penis Envy

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7 Apr 2012
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In order to understand the depth of issues discussed in this review, you must consult readings and lecture notes. Important lecture: how to think about
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

SOCA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tony Robbins, Mantra, Theocracy

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7 Apr 2012
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Religion and spirituality remain of considerable interest to a sizable number of both young and old canadians. Classical sociology was preoccupied with
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

SOCA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Maurice Strong, Michael Crichton, James Lovelock

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7 Apr 2012
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The world s first major nuclear reactor accident occurred in december 1952 at the chalk. River nuclear facility about 125 kilometres (80 miles) northwe
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 22 Notes

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7 Apr 2012
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Chapter 22 technology and the global environment. Scholars interested in the relationship between technology and society also recognize that the bombin
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 8 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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18 Mar 2012
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiSummer

Week 7 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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18 Mar 2012
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 7 Notes

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18 Mar 2012
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First, the term crime simply indicates a technical violation of the criminal law; knowing that someone has broken the law tells us little about his or
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Lecture 6 Notes (along with Powerpoing Notes)

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18 Mar 2012
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Canadian national surveys reveal crime has been among top three issues since the 1970s. Canadians believe that crime in general, and violent crime in p
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Lecture 5 Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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3 Mar 2012
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Education system has displaced organized religion as main purveyor of formal knowledge. Education system also is second in importance only to the famil
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 6 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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27 Feb 2012
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Postmodernism y a critical reaction to basic tenets of enlightenment and modernity y modernity y human beings are: Who is a woman? y a matter of repres
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 5 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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27 Feb 2012
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Human is born with a basic psychological structure. Sexual drive as the most important component. Who is a woman? y freud: the sexual life of adult wom
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 6 Reading Notes.docx

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23 Feb 2012
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Judith lorber chapter 12 (postmodern feminism and queer theory) y sources of gender inequality: The belief that gender and sexuality are fixed and inev
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 5 Reading Notes.docx

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23 Feb 2012
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Judith lorber chapter 7 (psychoanalytic feminism) y sources of gender inequality: Gendered personality structures ego-bound men and ego-permeable women
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 17 Notes.docx

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21 Feb 2012
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French was in demographic decline and that francophones were at risk of becoming a minority in the province s biggest city, montreal y the public schoo
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiSummer

Week 4 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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20 Feb 2012
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 42 notes from MAPPING

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17 Feb 2012
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 24 Notes from MAPPING

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17 Feb 2012
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Social clubs y private social clubs a major point of orientation in the lives of upper-class adults y according to baltzell, the club serves to place t
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 41 Notes from MAPPING

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16 Feb 2012
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 14 Notes from COMPASS

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16 Feb 2012
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Free trade and democracy y the canadian alliance for trade and job opportunities (catjo) began to fund a media blitz promoting the progressive conserva
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 37 Notes from MAPPING

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16 Feb 2012
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Charles derber y c. wright mills notion of the power elite can be seen in many social contexts in the. The first are the global financial markets and t
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 5 Notes from MAPPING

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14 Feb 2012
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 4 Notes from MAPPING

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14 Feb 2012
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Lecture 3 Notes (along with powerpoint notes)

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3 Feb 2012
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Staples are raw materials timber, fish, etc. If we have low supply and very high demand high prices y division of labour specialization of work tasks;
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 13 Notes

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31 Jan 2012
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Three revolutions y the economy is the institution that organizes the production, distribution, and exchange of goods and services; analysts divide the
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 4 Reading Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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29 Jan 2012
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Chapter 2 marxist feminism y sources of gender inequality: Exploitation of women in unwaged work for the family. Use of women workers as a reserve army
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

SOCA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: North American Free Trade Agreement

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27 Jan 2012
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Indicators of globalization y table 9. 1 on p. 249 - indicators of globalization, 1982 2006 y *1981 sources: internet software consortium, 2007; union
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Lecture 1 Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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27 Jan 2012
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Increased plagiarism is a consequence of the spread of the web and the growing view that everything on it is public and therefore does not have to be c
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 9 Notes

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27 Jan 2012
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From their point of view, globalization puts the entire world under the control of powerful commercial interests and contributes to the homogenization
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UTSCSOCA02H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Chapter 2 Notes

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27 Jan 2012
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In sociological research, the filtering occurs in four stages: y. First our values often help us decide which problems are worth investigating. Second,
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 3 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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27 Jan 2012
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 2 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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27 Jan 2012
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 1 Lecture Notes (along with Powerpoint Notes)

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27 Jan 2012
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UTSCWSTA03H3Victoria TahmasebiWinter

Week 3 Reading Notes

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27 Jan 2012
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Judith lorber chapter 5 (radical feminism) y sources of gender inequality: Patriarchy the system of men s oppression of women. Legitimation of women s
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