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UTMSOC384H5N/ AWinter

Lecture

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28 Jan 2011
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 the motion pictures producers and distributors of america imposed it, in order to. They cannot have a characteristic which will lead the audience to
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

Lecture 4

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28 Jan 2011
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 the analysis of the psyche ( freuds ice berg model.  f reud wanted to convey that we only see a quarter of the human mind.  mental life: the activi
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UTMPHL283H5Jonathan PetersonWinter

Study

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21 Jan 2011
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 dax coward at 26 was in a explosion, at which he was severely burned.  he had a twenty percent chance of surviving.  throughout the time at which d
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UTMSOC384H5N/ AWinter

Study

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21 Jan 2011
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canadian broadcast standards council has banned money for nothing by dire.  criticism: a homosexual slur is taken out of context.  this is an indust
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

Lecture

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21 Jan 2011
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Concept ions of deterrence t hat resulted from t hese t heor ies.  classical sociology claims that the reason why we carry out acts is because we seek
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UTMPHL283H5Jonathan PetersonWinter

lecture

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16 Jan 2011
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 the right to self-governance (the ability to make your own decisions) Case: suppose you are a physician who specializes in treating mental illness. J
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UTMSOC384H5N/ AWinter

Lecture

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16 Jan 2011
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 there are two definitions of mass media (traditional and modernized definition).  ethical issues which arise within mass media. libel: defined as a
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

Class Notes

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16 Jan 2011
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 sociologist and criminologist want to understand both the social and natural world. within sociology there is a scientific way to understand the wor
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UTMSOC384H5N/ AWinter

Lecture 1

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10 Jan 2011
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lectures will elaborate on central issues/concepts of readings.  the purpose of the lecture is to help understand the readings.  two short papers (7
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UTMPHL283H5Jonathan PetersonWinter

Lecture 1

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10 Jan 2011
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course requirements: carefully and critically read the assigned texts/articles, two written assignments, midterm tests and a final exam, midterm test
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UTMSOC222H5Weiguo ZhangWinter

Readings

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6 Jan 2011
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 people use statistical analysis to carry out research and do it in a objective and quantifiable way. when studying statistics you should allow yours
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - False Advertising, Self-Control, Subculture

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6 Jan 2011
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Criminology: scientific understanding of crime sociology of globalization.  we can look at crime from a scientific point of view, and a religious poin
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UTMSOC209H5Paula MauruttoFall

Chapter 6 & 7 Study Questions on Policing

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10 Dec 2010
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The purpose of sentencing is to maintain respect for the law and create a just and peaceful society. Focuses on the future of the offender, and tries t
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UTMSOC209H5Paula MauruttoFall

Study Questions for Second Half of Term

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10 Dec 2010
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The police force is one of the largest items within the cjs which receives a large amount of funding from government agencies. They receive approximate
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UTMSOC221H5NaeaduFall

Fully Year Lecture/Readings

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10 Dec 2010
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