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UTSGEAS100Y1kkFall

EAS100Y1 Lecture Notes - Smallpox, Qianlong Emperor, Optical Engineering

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UTSGPSY100H1Maja DjikicFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes -Organizational Behavior, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Human Resource Management

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Organizations are social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort. It"s essential characteristic is the coordinated presence of p
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonSummer

PSY322H1 Lecture Notes - Wield, Inclusive Fitness, Gender Role

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15 Jul 2013
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Sexism: negative attitudes and behavior toward someone on the basis of their gender, often refer the term sexism to prejudice against women. In subtle
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonSummer

PSY322H1 Lecture Notes - Norm (Social), Realistic Conflict Theory, Contact Hypothesis

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15 Jul 2013
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonSummer

PSY322H1 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Distortion, Ingroups And Outgroups, Stereotype Threat

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15 Jul 2013
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonSummer

PSY322H1 Lecture Notes - Totalitarianism, Terror Management Theory, Primitive Culture

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15 Jul 2013
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Subtle type of prejudice that arises out of the conscious and unconscious fears and anxiety one has of growing old. More pernicious stereotyping proces
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Prosocial Behavior, Social Desirability Bias, Antireligion

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15 Jul 2013
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Rigid personality characterized by categorical thinking, submissiveness to authority, and adherence to middle-class values. These individuals tend to d
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Contact Hypothesis, Relative Deprivation, System On A Chip

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15 Jul 2013
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Chapter 1: intro to the study of stereotyping & prejudice. Stereotype: a set of beliefs about the personal attributes of a group of people; generalizat
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UTSGSOC218H1Eric FongFall

SOC218H1 Lecture Notes - Cultural Assimilation, Human Ecology, Acculturation

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18 Nov 2012
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Is it about equality in housing, earnings? theoretical framework. Most elusive concept employed in the study of race and ethnic relations. General unde
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UTSGSOC218H1Eric FongSummer

SOC218H1 Lecture Notes - Sansei, Japanese Canadians, Japa

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18 Nov 2012
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Sample japanese born in canada, all went to school and grew up in the canadian community. Live in predominantly caucasian neighborhoods of large to med
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UTSGSOC218H1Eric FongFall

SOC218H1 Lecture Notes - Commer

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Chinese had been in canada for more than 130 years. During which have been subjected to legislative discrimination and exclusion. After 1947, chinese b
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UTSGSOC218H1Eric FongFall

SOC218H1 Lecture Notes - French Language, Pan-Asianism, Pakistani Canadians

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18 Nov 2012
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Saigon is the capital city of south vietnam. Renamed it after war, became fuchimin city. Difficult trip, pirates, shortage of food, no modern technolog
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UTSGSOC218H1Eric FongWinter

SOC218H1 Lecture Notes - Korean Canadians, House Of Yi, Glass Ceiling

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18 Nov 2012
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#korean canadians in canada first contact of koreans with canada was at the end of the choson (yi dynasty) period. All of them were not perminent resid
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UTSGSOC218H1Eric FongFall

SOC218H1 Lecture Notes - Acculturation, Social Disorganization Theory

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18 Nov 2012
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When people rethink about the concept of assimilation, as everything was de- bated, they rediscovered the work of shibutani and kwan. have a significan
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC355H1 Lecture Notes - Homophily

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30 Oct 2012
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Health is also affected by our social support. Contagion is when things pass from one person to another. First contact contagion - you come into contac
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC355H1 Lecture Notes - Balance Theory, Realnetworks, Homophily

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30 Oct 2012
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Component: a part of the network (subgraph) in which every node is con- nected to every other note directly or indirectly. The entire network is connec
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC355H1 Lecture Notes - Fungibility, Social Capital, Cultural Capital

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30 Oct 2012
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Originally, the means of production and possibly money available buy the means of production. Capital is anything including the means of production tha
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC355H1 Lecture Notes - Homophily, Realnetworks

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30 Oct 2012
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

LEC 4.doc

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30 Oct 2012
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Whole networks are the networks in particular group, population. it is a bird eye view of the network. Includes all nodes and those who have not relati
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

LEC 2.doc

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30 Oct 2012
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Whole networks are the networks in particular group, population. it is a bird eye view of the network. Includes all nodes and those who have not relati
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC355H1 Lecture Notes - Fungibility, Social Capital, Cultural Capital

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30 Oct 2012
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Originally, the means of production and possibly money available buy the means of production. Capital is anything including the means of production tha
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC355H1 Lecture Notes - Homophily

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30 Oct 2012
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Health is also affected by our social support. Contagion is when things pass from one person to another. First contact contagion - you come into contac
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UTSGSOC355H1Alexandra MarinFall

SOC355H1 Lecture Notes - Balance Theory, Realnetworks, Homophily

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30 Oct 2012
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Component: a part of the network (subgraph) in which every node is con- nected to every other note directly or indirectly. The entire network is connec
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UTSGSOC356Y1Barry WellmanFall

SOC356Y1 Lecture Notes - Dependent And Independent Variables, The New York Times

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15 Oct 2012
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UTSGSOC356Y1Barry WellmanFall

SOC356Y1 Lecture Notes - Bowling Alone, Social Capital

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15 Oct 2012
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UTSGSOC356Y1Barry WellmanFall

SOC356Y1 Lecture Notes - Social Forces

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15 Oct 2012
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Analyzes individual life in the context of modern, metropolitan life, of social forces and structures of urban life with those of traditional rural, sm
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UTSGSOC356Y1Barry WellmanFall

SOC356Y1 Chapter Notes -Network Operating System

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15 Oct 2012
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UTSGSOC246H1prof.Summer

SOC246H1 Lecture Notes - Alvin Ward Gouldner, Ibm 7070, 18 Months

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27 Jun 2012
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Week 7 class notes: aging and families: introduction aging and families. The family, as a fundamental social institution, influences daily life and lif
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UTSGSOC246H1prof.Summer

SOC246H1 Lecture Notes - Informal Sector, Ageism, Counterproductive Work Behavior

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27 Jun 2012
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Week 8 class notes: work, employment, and retirement. Employment is a central life course experience that connects our lives to a complex, modern econo
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UTSGSOC246H1prof.Winter

SOC246H1 Lecture Notes - Informa, Dementia

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27 Jun 2012
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Resident don"t know how to use the elevator. Weren"t given choices, the freedom they should have. The current system is wrong, disengages them from the
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UTSGPSY210H1prof.Summer

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kludge, Mastication, Neocortex

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26 Jun 2012
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Meaning system is a collective historical product. e. g. language. (enculturation) Presume there is universal ability to move among cultures. Our biolo
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UTSGPSY210H1prof.Winter

PSY210H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Developmental Psychology, Tabula Rasa

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26 Jun 2012
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Child psychology trace the growing child"s development from the stage of embryo in the mother"s womb to the stage of adolescence. Developmental psychol
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UTSGSOC214H1Bonnie FoxSummer

SOC214H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Moral Majority, Family Values, Ion

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26 Jun 2012
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Conflicts over motherhood and work has declined as millions of middle-class wives have taken jobs and being employed has become a norm rather than an e
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UTSGSOC101Y1Paul GlavinSummer

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Toronto Stock Exchange

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24 Jun 2012
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Basic capitalist principle is that owners controls how work is perform and how organiza- tion run. Employee share ownership plans is a way for workers
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UTSGSOC101Y1Paul GlavinSummer

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Mass Society, Technological Determinism, Iden

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24 Jun 2012
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UTSGSOC101Y1Paul GlavinSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -Domestic Worker, Ion

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24 Jun 2012
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Which uses social networks to provide an unlimited supply of eager new immigrant applicants. Job vacancies can filled up almost immediately without the
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UTSGSOC101Y1Paul GlavinWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Double Burden, Domestic Worker

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24 Jun 2012
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Migrant filipina domestic workers and the international division. Filipino migration is often assumed to be a middle-class professional stream (e. g. n
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UTSGSOC101Y1Paul GlavinSummer

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Unemployment Benefits, Flextime, Job Sharing

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24 Jun 2012
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Hours in the manufacturing sector in canada was reduced due to union pressures and the introduction of new manufacturing technologies. From 64 hours to
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UTSGSOC101Y1Paul GlavinSummer

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pink-Collar Worker, Human Resources Development Canada, Saskia Sassen

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24 Jun 2012
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Social and economical changes has led to the thought that we have moved out of the industrial era into a postindustrial society. Number of workers in f
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UTSGSOC101Y1Paul GlavinSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -Scientific Management, Robert Reich, Abscissa And Ordinate

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24 Jun 2012
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Lecture 1 readings industrialization refers to the technical aspects of the accumulation and processing of a society"s resources. An industrial society
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