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UTSCSOCA01H3Mc KinonSummer

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Altruistic Suicide, List Of Sovereign States By Suicide Rate, Solidarity

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21 Sep 2012
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Exam final not cumulative: lectures, matching 20, 40 multiple choice, readings (text, 40 multiple choice for the midterm, 28 from compass, 12 from mapp
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UTSCGGRB02H3Rajyashree NarayanareddyWinter

Lecture 8: (Global) Sense of Place

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6 Mar 2012
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Space doesn"t matter because of the way in which capitalism has evolved. How should we think about space if place does not matter anymore. New phase in
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UTSCGGRB02H3Rajyashree NarayanareddyWinter

Lecture 5: Maps and Power

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9 Feb 2012
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UTSCGGRB02H3Rajyashree NarayanareddyWinter

Lecture 4: Scale

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2 Feb 2012
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No such thing as scales pre-existing, how are they made. Useful to spatially order of our world. Used by both human and physical geographers who assume
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UTSCGGRB02H3Rajyashree NarayanareddyWinter

Lecture 3: Nature and Society

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2 Feb 2012
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Way in which geography contributes to the broader trend of the way we organize the world nation states. Think about the partial telling of the recovery
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UTSCGGRB02H3Rajyashree NarayanareddyWinter

Lecture 2: History of an academic discipline

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2 Feb 2012
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Geographers are able to give a sense of what it is to think about abstract spaces. Key point* differences of spaces are actively created/construction;
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UTSCGGRB02H3Rajyashree NarayanareddyWinter

Lecture 1: Logic of Geographical Thought

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2 Feb 2012
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Mid-term exam short answer, definitions, no multiple choice. Oil is our anchor for the discussion of what can be abstract scholarship on geographic tho
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Walkerton, Ontario

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8 Apr 2011
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Exam: focus on plate tectonics and chapter 20. Toronto: huge demand for concrete, gravel j using up the local resources of rock. Lake ontario j putting
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Lecture 10

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4 Apr 2011
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: The Maritimes, Pangea Corporation, Eurasia

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4 Apr 2011
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kzkll  k plate tectonics: continents grow through time by obduction, north american continent shows 5 growth stages, arctica (2. 7 ga 
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: The Maritimes, Mount Rundle, Eurasia

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4 Apr 2011
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Lecture 10 canada"s geologic journey: the last 4 billion years. Exam"s dominant theme  plate tectonics: continents grow through time by obduction, nor
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Lecture 9

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31 Mar 2011
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 first step: organization and processing of notes.  back and forth alternation between coding and interpretation.  memoing refers to the writing of
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Lecture 8

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23 Mar 2011
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Methods of data collection: secondary data, primary data. Which method should be used to collect primary data: purpose of the study and the nature of t
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UTSCPSYA02H3John BassiliWinter

Chapter 14 TEXTBOOK NOTES - MIDTERM REVIEW (Personality)

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2 Mar 2011
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Personality: a particular pattern of behaviour and thinking that prevails across time and situations and differentiates one person from another.  hipp
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Normal Distribution, Systematic Sampling, Standard Deviation

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1 Mar 2011
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Cluster sampling - sampling population is i) ii) divided into groups clusters elements within each cluster are selected.  cluster 1 all provinces or t
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Clinical Trial

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1 Mar 2011
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 selecting a few from a bigger group.  disadvantages: estimation or prediction possibility of error!  saturation point that is, keep going as long a
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UTSCPSYA02H3John BassiliWinter

Chapter 13 TEXTBOOK NOTES - MIDTERM REVIEW (Motivation and Emotion)

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28 Feb 2011
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Motivation: a group of phenomena that affect the nature, strength, and persistence of an individual"s behaviour.  proactive  forward-looking: reinfor
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Theory Of Planned Behavior, Theory Of Reasoned Action, Transtheoretical Model

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27 Feb 2011
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Health Belief Model, Social Stigma, Symbolic Interactionism

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27 Feb 2011
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Lecture 6 - Part II

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27 Feb 2011
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Perceived health status with age, education, occupation, : multi-variate perceived health as the dependent variable. Problems and limitations: problems
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Lecture 6 - Part I

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27 Feb 2011
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 synthesize the results and conclusions of 2 or more publications on a given topic".  comprehensively identify and track down all the literature on a
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UTSCPSYA02H3John BassiliWinter

Chapter 12 TEXTBOOK NOTES - MIDTERM REVIEW (Lifespan Development)

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27 Feb 2011
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Cross-sectional study: study of development of individuals of different ages at the same time. Longitudinal study: study of development of the same ind
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UTSCPSYA02H3John BassiliWinter

Chapter 12

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27 Feb 2011
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Cross-sectional study: study of development of individuals of different ages at the same time. Longitudinal study: study of development of the same ind
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Exam Study Guide - Cholera, Influenza, HIV/AIDS, Plagues without Germs

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26 Feb 2011
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 pettenkofer (1818 1901) steadfastly refused to believe in the germ theory drunk a vial of bacteria contaminated water.  believed in the germ theory"
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Exam Study Guide - Small pox, Measles, Malaria

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26 Feb 2011
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Old world disease and an indiscriminate disease. 10,000bc first agricultural settlements in ne africa and spread to india by means of ancient egyptian
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Exam Study Guide - Leprosy, Tuberculosis, Syphilis

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26 Feb 2011
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320bc records in ancient greece, after army of alexander the great returned from. 62bc - rome returned with pompeii"s troops from asia minor. Thought t
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Exam Study Guide - DIsease Ecology, Plagues

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26 Feb 2011
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Parasites organism that grow, feds, and is sheltered an or in a different organism and that does not contribute to the survival of its host. Vi rus ult
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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceWinter

Notes on Thinking Geographically (Reading)

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26 Feb 2011
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Place (tuan): humanized space; abstract world made my humans through emotion and meaning. Space (harvey): process through time-space change in which th
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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceWinter

Lecture 6

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26 Feb 2011
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Lecture 6 tourism: the new global economy. Tourism now the most important single item in international trade. International tourist arrivals for 2007 g
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UTSCGGRA02H3Michael BunceWinter

Lecture 2

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26 Feb 2011
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Needed for tourists to bring in something familiar. New materials need to be brought into the town: uniforms, building materials, employees, etc. Impac
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB15H3 Lecture Notes - Design Of Experiments, Atomism, Determinism

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16 Feb 2011
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB15H3 Lecture Notes - Global Health, Biomedical Model, Spirometry

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16 Feb 2011
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UTSCHLTB15H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB15H3 Lecture Notes - Health Technology

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16 Feb 2011
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Chapters 7, 8, 9

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14 Dec 2010
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Origin-old world disease and an indiscriminate disease, 10000bc first agricultural settlements in ne africa and spread to. India by means of ancient eg
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Chapters 4, 5, 6

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14 Dec 2010
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Egyptian papyrus document (1550 bc); indian writings, approx. 600 bc; ancient greece, after army of alexander the great returned from india (320 bc); r
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

Chapters 1, 2, 3

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14 Dec 2010
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Parasites organism that grow, feds, and is sheltered an or in a different organism and that does not contribute to the survival of its host. Virus ulti
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

Chapter 4

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14 Dec 2010
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Central nervous system brain and spinal cord. Spinal cord attaches brain to spinal cord. Nerves transmits information from brain to organs. Cranial ner
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