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RYERSONSOC 808Mustafa KocSpring

SOC 808 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Omnivore, Nutritionism, Macrobiotic Diet

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16 Apr 2018
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This week we will look at the current state of confusion about healthy eating and how we get our information about it. Historically, necessities impose
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RYERSONSOC 808Mustafa KocSpring

SOC 808 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gender Inequality, Gender Role, Impression Management

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16 Apr 2018
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This week we will be looking at gender differences in relation to food. We like to understand how gender roles affect gender division of labour at the
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RYERSONSOC 808Mustafa KocSpring

SOC 808 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sustainability, Corporate Welfare, Food Sovereignty

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16 Apr 2018
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In the post-world war era, we have been producing increasing amounts of food. Despite an increase in world population per capita food production has be
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RYERSONSOC 808Mustafa Koc

SOC 808 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Consumerism, Environmental Health, Food Policy

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16 Apr 2018
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Modern food system has its strengths and weaknesses. It is important to identify these if we need to imagine a sustainable food system that can overcom
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RYERSONITM 820Farid ShiraziSpring

ITM 820 Final: final exam notes

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10 Oct 2017
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The universal technique for providing confidentiality for transmitted or stored data is symmetric encryption. In this section, we introduce the basic c
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RYERSONGEO 793Valentina CapurriFall

GEO 793 Study Guide - Final Guide: Commodification, Lawrence West Station, Italian Canadians

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10 Oct 2017
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3 modes of place-making: quotidian, calendrical, monumental. Italian neighborhoods in the city: college street"s little italy, st. clair avenue west"s
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RYERSONGEO 793Valentina CapurriFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: New Approach, Richard Florida, Smart Growth

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10 Oct 2017
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RYERSONGEO 793Valentina CapurriFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: David Crombie, Distillery District, Ryerson University

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30 Sep 2017
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RYERSONGEO 793Valentina CapurriFall

GEO 793 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tim Hortons, Social Sustainability, Exhibition Place

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30 Sep 2017
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Week 1 monday, september 11 bloor and young - northern portion of toronto, south, east, and west also apply. Importance of urban environment filion and
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSpring

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Product Liability, Professional Negligence In English Law, Reasonable Person

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1 Jun 2016
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Most important tort is negligence the word means carelessness . The tort of negligence determines whether the defendant can be held liable for careless
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSpring

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Punitive Damages, Drag Racing, Caveat Emptor

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31 May 2016
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Deceit occurs if the defendant makes a false statement, which they know to be untrue, with which they intend to mislead the plaintiff, and which causes
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSpring

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Tort, False Imprisonment

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30 May 2016
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A number of torts require proof of the defendant"s intention. Intentional tort involve intentional, rather than merely careless conduct. For example, t
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSpring

Law 122 Chapter 3:

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30 May 2016
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Tort derived from the french word meaning wrong . Tort consists of a failure\ to fulfill a private obligation that was imposed by law. (in other words
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSpring

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Breast Implant, Small Claims Court

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29 May 2016
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Litigation a system that resolves disputes in court. Alternative dispute resolution (adr) allow people to settle disputes without going to the court si
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSpring

Law 122 Chapter 1:

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28 May 2016
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Chapter 1 (risk management and sources of law) Law can affect a person even before birth (can you sue someone for injuries you suffered as a fetus?) La
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RYERSONITM 305Sui SuiFall

ITM 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Abstract Type, Class Diagram, Problem Domain

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4 Nov 2015
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Things in the problem domain: problem domain the specific area (or domain) of the users" business need that is within the scope of the new system. Thin
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RYERSONPCS 181Margaret BuckbyFall

PCS 181 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Parsec, Accretion Disk, Angular Diameter

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6 Oct 2015
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The milky way is estimated to have a luminosity of l(mw) -> 1 x 10^11 l(o) M(mw) -> (1 x 10^11) (1. 99 x 10^30 kg) = 2 x 10^41 kg on calculator use it
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RYERSONPCS 181Margaret BuckbyFall

PCS 181 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Galaxy Formation And Evolution, Galaxy Zoo, Unit

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6 Oct 2015
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Invisible material called dark matter: permeates the galaxies. Dark energy: totally empty space, the vacuum, contains energy, this energy is variously
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RYERSONPCS 181Margaret BuckbyFall

PCS 181 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Shape Of The Universe, Cyclic Model, Parsec

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2 Oct 2015
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= 6. 9 x 10^4 m/s (m/s to km/s is divided by 1000) Cmb temperature: the wien formula, t = 0. 0029 m. k / (lambda (dom), t = 2. 2728 +- 0. 004k. Tempera
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RYERSONPCS 181Margaret BuckbyFall

PCS 181 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Nanometre, Reproducibility

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11 Sep 2015
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The scientific method: observation, hypothesis, experiment, conclusion, reproducibility, and is falsifiable. Wow signal from the aliens in 1977. Unit 1
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR405 Final: MHR Final Exam Notes

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21 Apr 2015
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RYERSONGEO 210Hersch JacobsWinter

GEO 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coronary Artery Disease, Septicemic Plague, Pneumonic Plague

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15 Apr 2015
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarWinter

ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Demand Curve, Absolute Advantage, Market Economy

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1 Mar 2015
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Inflation: an increase in the overall level of prices in the economy: business cycle: the irregular and largely unpredictable fluctuations in economic
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RYERSONGEO 210Hersch JacobsWinter

GEO 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Smallpox, Cardiovascular Disease, Coronary Artery Disease

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12 Feb 2015
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Introduction: people die from certain things at alarming rates, ex. Western world: us, uk, australia, canada, europe, wester europe, north. America: th
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarWinter

ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Opportunity Cost, Positive Statement, Natural Experiment

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4 Feb 2015
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Assumptions and economic models: assumption : is used to simplify complexity of the world, example: to study consumption behaviour, we may assume there
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR 405 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-4: Emotional Labor, Confirmation Bias, Genetic Code

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30 Jan 2015
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Tends to wane over time when not in us: r role perceptions, 1. Employees have accurate role perceptions when they understand the specific tasks assigne
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RYERSONGEO 210Hersch JacobsWinter

GEO 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cosco, Baby Boom, Property Crime

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23 Jan 2015
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Some neighbourhood are extremely dangerous: some amazing looking houses can be worth nothing because of the location. Number 1 riskiest place from sour
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RYERSONECN 104Tsogbadral GalaabaatarWinter

ECN 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Opportunity Cost, Marginal Cost, Seat Belt

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21 Jan 2015
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Individuals: what to purchase, how much to save, how many hours to work, etc: this chapter will be based on how these decisions are made. In addition,
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR 405 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fundamental Attribution Error, Confirmation Bias, Johari Window

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20 Jan 2015
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Chapter 3 (perceiving ourselves and others in organizations: an individual"s self-beliefs and self-evaluations. Who am i? and how do i feel about mysel
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RYERSONSSH 105Thomas HartFall

Exam notes (important topics).docx

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8 Dec 2014
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Important topics for ssh exam (thomas hart 2014) Deductively valid argument f premises, f conclusion. Deductively invalid argument t prem, f con. Induc
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bar Chart, Kill Switch, End-User Development

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6 Dec 2014
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Information system that are built correctly can transform as the organization and its business transform. In digital age, system success or failure can
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Access Control, Data Integration, Granularity

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6 Dec 2014
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Date & information: data raw facts that describe the characteristics of an event. Information data converted into a meaningful and useful context: gran
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Web Conferencing, Enterprise Portal, Business Process

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6 Dec 2014
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Chapter 8 (helping organizations access, share and use. Opening case bell canada: to stay ahead of competitors, bell has built the marketing knowledge
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Intellectual Property, Resistance 3, Unemployment Benefits

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6 Dec 2014
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In 2002, mark hill, a vp with westjet, used the password of an air canada"s ex- employee to get information on flights, load factors on different route
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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiFall

GMS 200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Online Advertising, Human Resources, Zappos

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6 Dec 2014
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mobile Computing, The Core Pocket Media Player, Wireless Lan

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4 Dec 2014
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Skype is an example for business which uses voip: networking businesses. Virtual private network (vpn) a way to use the public telecommunication infras
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Enterprise Architecture, Backup Software, Data Architecture

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4 Dec 2014
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Goals of enterprise architecture: reduce costs/improve productivity. Improve customer satisfaction: create competitive advantages, generate growth, gen
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Strategic Business Unit, Decision Support System, Strategic Planning

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3 Dec 2014
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Is the creation of goods and services using. * describes all the activities managers do to help companies create goods. "operations" replaces "producti
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Quality Control, Customer Relationship Management, Asset Management

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3 Dec 2014
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* erp involves integrating all internal daily operational processes (distribution, accounting, Isolated and independent systems are now interacting tog
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RYERSONITM 100Joseph LeeFall

ITM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cern, Online Advertising, E-Procurement

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3 Dec 2014
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* disruptive technology - a new way of doing things that opens new markets and destroys old ones. * sustaining technology - produces improvements to pr
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