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WESTERNHistory 2812EShelley Mc KellarFall

History 2812E Study Guide - Flagellant, Samuel Pepys

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19 Nov 2013
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State of war very crowded, low supplies, low bathing. Thucydides describes the symptoms through the lens of humoral theory. * religious figures argue i
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WESTERNHistory 2131A/BProfFall

History 2131A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canadian Citizenship Act 1946, Japanese Canadians, Norman Rockwell

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7 Sep 2013
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What was the historical background and contextual foundation of president. Roosevelt delivered the four freedoms speech at a time when europe lay under
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WESTERNHistory 2127F/GProfFall

History 2127F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Civilian Public Service, Mennonite, Canaan

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7 Sep 2013
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Explain using three examples from different rights movements we have studied. The influence of religion on rights campaigns can be seen in three moveme
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingWinter

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Michel Foucault, Paroxetine, Medicalization

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25 Apr 2013
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The legitimate processes of defining and treating deviants when. They persist in their deviance and it doesn"t go away by itself . Doctors, psychiatris
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingWinter

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Timothy Mcveigh, The Power Elite, False Flag

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25 Apr 2013
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Deep politics: state terror and september 11th: video youtube. http://video. google. com/videoplay?docid=- There have been incidents of state acts of t
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingWinter

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Penis Envy, Sexual Objectification, Microsoft Powerpoint

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25 Apr 2013
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The classic study of deviance was done by men about men (although studied prostitutes) Social scientists assumed that what was true about men was true
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingWinter

Sociology 2259 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Differential Association, Travis Hirschi, Labeling Theory

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25 Apr 2013
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Answers: people define what acts are considered deviant which leads to deviance. People with power use labels to create stigma: the looking glass self
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Urban Legend, Scientific Method, Physiognomy

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25 Apr 2013
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You do not need to focus heavily on chapter 2 from the textbook for cushing"s course. Only focus on the topics from chapter 2 covered in class. Test wi
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingWinter

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Frankfurt School, False Consciousness, Conflict Theories

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25 Apr 2013
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Who will we intervene on behalf of: deviance, poverty, greed, disadvantage, injustice are systematic and structural, try to expose the systems and str
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingWinter

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Travis Hirschi, Social Control Theory, Social Control

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25 Apr 2013
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Has to do with social controls and effectiveness. Control theories assume that everyone is capable of deviance. It also says that we are all born devia
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Anomie, Social Control, Ritualism In The Church Of England

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23 Apr 2013
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Remember from last lecture that functionalists view the deviant as curable: deviance occurs when something in the machine breaks down. They are stigmat
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Natural Product, Anomie, Scapegoating

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23 Apr 2013
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Emile durkheim is considered the founding father. Viewed society as a smooth running machine. Deviance: occurs when something in that smooth running ma
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Paul Bernardo, Panties, Psychoanalytic Theory

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23 Apr 2013
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Theories of the body and mind and the social disorganization perspective. Freud contributed to the world of the unconscious mind. Freud says the only t
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Nazi Eugenics, Juvenile Delinquency, Social Darwinism

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23 Apr 2013
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Sociology 2259: biological and physiological explanations of deviance. There are impulses that are outside of people"s control that can lead to deviant
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Beer Street And Gin Lane, Deism, Limited Government

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22 Apr 2013
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Soc 2259 lecture 4: classical theories of deviance 1700-1800. Slow and contested from monotheistic to classical period. By the early 18th century scien
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: The Burning Times, Red Riding, Shampoo

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22 Apr 2013
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Prior to the enlightenment, deviance was thought of as both causal and supernatural. (pre 1700s) People understood life and reality (including deviance
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Reefer Madness, Moral Panic, Reality Television

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22 Apr 2013
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The study of deviance is about social control: the vicarious experience. Excitement, seeing the world through a deviant other. Desire to step out of th
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanWinter

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Skin Whitening, Deaf Culture, Identity Politics

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20 Apr 2013
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Since the 1970s, there has been a sociological interest in the experience of being. The body is arguably the container of the self. Therefore we often
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanWinter

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Flag Of Canada, Homelessness, Georg Simmel

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20 Apr 2013
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This lecture is about the social interaction between strangers. Simmel: wrote a famous essay on the stranger in 1908. Simmel was from a small down wher
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanWinter

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Funeral Director, Making Money, Medicalization

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20 Apr 2013
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A study done by social workers recently presented at the university. The study took a look at the different types of conversations individuals had with
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanWinter

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Fixed Sign

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20 Apr 2013
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The presentation of self in everyday life part 2. The team that is in control of the setting is the performing team and the other team is the audience.
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanWinter

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Spinach, Georg Simmel, Erving Goffman

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20 Apr 2013
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The presentation of self in everyday life, was written by erving goffman. He discusses how individuals learn to present themselves in social situations
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanWinter

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Labeling Theory, Symbolic Interactionism, Social Stigma

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15 Apr 2013
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Arguably the biggest impact si has had on sociology is deviance. Cooley: looking glass self: people imagine how they are viewed by other people, how pe
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: The Sociological Imagination, C. Wright Mills, Fundamental Attribution Error

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15 Apr 2013
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Review: c wright mills and the sociological imagination. The ability to understand how society influences an individuals situation and ideally this inf
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: The Emotions

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14 Apr 2013
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Social interaction is based on assumptions of appropriate and expected behaviors. Aligning actions: largely verbal efforts to create an alignment betwe
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Critical Role, Reflectance, Typification

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14 Apr 2013
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Kinds new it was more important to include him rather than who won. When we get into the game stage we make a qualitative leap you are now a decision m
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Lecture 5 - Socialization of the Self.docx

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14 Apr 2013
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Helen Keller, Social Order

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14 Apr 2013
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The picture we have in our mind before we carry an act out. At the first stage we are only planning. The meaning of an action is in the completed act t
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Herbert Blumer, Intersubjectivity, Symbolic Interactionism

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14 Apr 2013
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Subject: a person engaged in willful action, acting in the world. Object: a thing that is acted upon usually inanimate. You can treat a subject as an o
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Symbolic Interactionism, Helen Keller, George Herbert Mead

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14 Apr 2013
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Two meanings: a thing that one can designate by a symbol or a name, a goal or purpose, an objective usually the satisfaction of needs. Institution: soc
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WESTERNSociology 2234ELesley HarmanFall

Sociology 2234E Lecture Notes - Erving Goffman, Georg Simmel, Reproduction

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13 Apr 2013
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This class will take a sociological perspective. Focus is on the self in society. The individual relationship between the self and society. This assume
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Labeling Theory, Symbolic Interactionism, Self-Concept

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7 Dec 2012
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Blue eyes vs brown eyes lesson in discrimination (jane elliott created categories of deviance) For all the other theories we have talked about: Devianc
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Psilocybin Mushroom, Argot, Hey Man

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7 Dec 2012
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Culture: is all the things you need to know to be a member. Subculture and social learning theories through learning : explain deviance as behaviour or
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Interaction and Labelling Theories

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7 Dec 2012
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Imitation when children learn to use language and other symbols by imitating the significant others: pretend when children pretend to be other people.
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WESTERNSociology 2259Pamela CushingFall

Sociology 2259 Lecture Notes - Moral Panic, Reefer Madness, Reality Television

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7 Dec 2012
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The study of deviance is about social control: the vicarious experience. Excitement, seeing the world through a deviant other. Desire to step out of th
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WESTERNHistory 2812EShelley Mc KellarFall

History 2812E Lecture Notes - Movable Type, Pulmonary Circulation, De Humani Corporis Fabrica

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7 Dec 2012
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Attach completed student exercises to the final essay for bonus marks (two bonus marks) Theme of this lecture is challenge and change. It is happening
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WESTERNHistory 2812EShelley Mc KellarFall

History 2812E Lecture Notes - Malaria, Alliaria Petiolata, Rickets

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7 Dec 2012
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Disease and the enlightenment: science, smallpox and scurvy. 17th to 18th century: reason and evidence: a new rational and systemic approach. Enlighten
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WESTERNHistory 2812EShelley Mc KellarFall

History 2812E Lecture Notes - Gangrene, Humorism, Dementia

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7 Dec 2012
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1st paragraph 3 points (worth 6 marks) Minimum two lectures answers. (info from two lectures) * this newness is in doubt from scholars: the columbian e
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WESTERNHistory 2812EShelley Mc KellarFall

History 2812E Lecture Notes - Florentine Codex, Franciscans, Thesis Statement

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7 Dec 2012
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Essay assignment make sure its not a book report. Answer the question that is your thesis statement. Think of this in an analytical framework. (was it
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WESTERNHistory 2812EShelley Mc KellarFall

History 2812E Lecture Notes - Father Damien, Black Death, Social Stigma

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7 Dec 2012
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Leprosy attracted the most attention because it was the most hated and feared. It had resulted from sin so it was a loathsome disease. There was a soci
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