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U OF GFOOD 2010MacroneWinter

FOOD 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Flavor, Corn Syrup, Food Irradiation

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What is a food additive food additive is a chemical or substance that becomes part of a food either intentionally (which most are. Sugar, salt, corn sy
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Environmental Design, Crime Prevention, Social Disorganization Theory

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8 Dec 2014
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Developed by sigmund freud nineteenth and twentieth century. Believed psychological well-being dependent on functional relationship among three fundame
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Victimology, Critical Criminology, Left Realism

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8 Dec 2014
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Based on karl marx"s ideas regarding class conflict, critical criminology regards capitalist societies as marked by the struggle between the powerful a
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Police Misconduct, Edwin Sutherland, Finance Capitalism

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8 Dec 2014
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Chapter 1: crime in the context of organizations and institutions. White collar crime: crime that is committed by a person of respectability and high s
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deterrence Theory, Provincial Superior, Ontario Provincial Police

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8 Dec 2014
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3 examples of where federal government has planned to introduce law-and-order : 2010: bill c-13; ban on those convicted of sexual offence involving a c
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Labeling Theory, Karla Homolka, Moral Panic

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8 Dec 2014
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Public knowledge about crime and justice is derive largely from the mass media. The way crime is portrayed in media differs from how crime is measured
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U OF GSOC 1500J.Bruce MortonFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Jeremy Bentham, Scientific Method, Cesare Lombroso

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8 Dec 2014
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U OF GSOAN 2111Mark HunterFall

Midterm 2 Review

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8 Dec 2014
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An intellectual movement that occurred over a 100 year span beginning with the english. A time of colonial expansion and development. Reforms in educat
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U OF GSOAN 2120William WaltersFall

SOAN 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Telephone Directory, Systematic Sampling, Sapeh

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8 Dec 2014
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Simple random sample: researcher develops an accurate sampling frame, selects elements from the sampling frame according to a mathematically random pro
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U OF GSOAN 2111Mark HunterFall

SOAN 2111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Supreme Intelligence, Philosophes, Swaddling

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8 Dec 2014
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Mothers nursing their own babies became fashionable among enlightened parents. A la jean-jacques ( in the rousseau manner . Maintains natural differenc
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U OF GSOAN 2111Mark HunterFall

SOAN 2111 ALL CHAPTER SUMMARIES

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U OF GSOAN 2120William WaltersFall

Chapter 8.docx

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U OF GSOAN 2120William WaltersFall

Chapter 3.docx

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U OF GSOAN 2120William WaltersFall

Chapter 2.docx

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8 Dec 2014
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Can"t explain why terrorists attacked the wtc in ny, but they can explain patterns, such as the conditions that generally lead to increased levels of f
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U OF GSOAN 2120William WaltersFall

SOAN 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Microsoft Powerpoint, Qualitative Research, Graphical User Interface

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U OF GSOAN 2120William WaltersFall

Chapter 1.docx

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8 Dec 2014
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Social research: a process in which people combine a set of principles, outlooks, and ideas with a collection of specific practices, techniques, and st
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U OF GPOLS 2300Arvind SharmaFall

lecture notes- Sept. 17.doc

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8 Dec 2014
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The evolution of the canadian state and the emergence of regionalism. What has been the key constitutional developments. What are the main features of
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U OF GPOLS 2300Arvind SharmaFall

lecture notes Oct 8.docx

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8 Dec 2014
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One candidate is elected in each constituency, and each elector has one vote to cast. Winning candidate is the one who receives a plurality of valid ba
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U OF GPOLS 1400Nanita MohanFall

POLS 1400 Lecture 4: Sept. 24.doc

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U OF GPOLS 2300Arvind SharmaFall

Lecture notes

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U OF GPOLS 2300Arvind SharmaFall

lecture notes Oct.1.doc

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U OF GPOLS 1400Nanita MohanFall

POLS 1400 Lecture 1: Sept. 17.doc

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The evolution of the canadian state and the emergence of regionalism. What has been the key constitutional developments. What are the main features of
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U OF GPOLS 1400Nanita MohanFall

POLS 1400 Lecture 6: Oct.1.doc

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U OF GPOLS 1400Nanita MohanFall

POLS 1400 Lecture 7: Oct 8.docx

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One candidate is elected in each constituency, and each elector has one vote to cast. Winning candidate is the one who receives a plurality of valid ba
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U OF GPOLS 1400Nanita MohanFall

Chapter 1.docx

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