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UTSGWGS271Y1Sarah TrimbleWinter

WGS271Y1review.docx

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UTSGHIS271Y1Erin BlackWinter

HIS271Y1 Study Guide - Southern Manifesto, Future Wars, W. E. B. Du Bois

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSGPOL214Y1Nelson WisemanWinter

POL214Y1 Study Guide - Petro-Canada, Class Conflict, Representative Democracy

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16 Apr 2013
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September 17, 2012: constitution and constitutional change: supreme court of canada. The constitution is the statement of the will of the people. Chang
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Private Law, Global Governance, Economic Liberalism

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Guns vs butter is a metaphor used to describe a trade off between military spending and spending on civilian welfare. Opportunity costs are the utility
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Floating Exchange Rate, Thomas Robert Malthus, Opinio Juris Sive Necessitatis

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16 Apr 2013
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Guns vs butter is a metaphor used to describe a trade off between military spending and spending on civilian welfare. Opportunity costs are the utility
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UTSGPOL208Y1Lilach GiladyWinter

POL208Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: International Trade, Floating Exchange Rate, The Principle

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16 Apr 2013
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Guns vs butter is a metaphor used to describe a trade off between military spending and spending on civilian welfare. Opportunity costs are the utility
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109February 27lecture.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Reactions to rationalism the role of the irrational is something we need to deal with. Boxed our entire way of dealing with reality. Human reason appli
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

his109 18 jan 2012.docx

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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Feminist Theory, Sexual Orientation

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19 Apr 2012
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Key terms are important check out sample test last years test available ** A: intercept :where the line crosses the y axis. Independent variables, not
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -Theodor W. Adorno, Marshall Mcluhan, Max Horkheimer

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19 Apr 2012
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Soc101 reading november 2, 2011 eve smithwhite. Associated with communication, the transmission of knowledge, ideas, meanings and understandings. Messa
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Paul Bernardo, Coal Dust, Arson

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19 Apr 2012
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What makes an act a criminal/ deviant act means there is a departure form the norms. Even the killing of other people is defined as okay but in other c
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Lecture9.docx

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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -The Postmodern Condition, Consumerism, Canadian Identity

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19 Apr 2012
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Soc101 reading september 21, 2011 eve smithwhite. Sociologists define culture broadly as all the socially transmitted ideas, practices and material obj
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Lecture8b.docx

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Titanic example, importance of classes and social status: emerges as the movie progresses, 1st class young woman and working class man. Society where c
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Social Stratification, Social Inequality, Bourgeoisie

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19 Apr 2012
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Writings about the social and economic forces. Wrote during a time of industrial capitalism which was transforming the economy and transforming society
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Solidarity, List Of Sovereign States By Suicide Rate

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19 Apr 2012
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It is based on the idea that our relations with other people create opportunities for us to think and act but also set limits on our thoughts and actio
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Consumerism

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Culture is a set of practices or symbols that somehow fulfill the human need to lower anxiety, etc. Culture guides us on how we are suppose to act. Sup
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Hostile Work Environment, Compulsory Heterosexuality, Marshall Mcluhan

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Sex refers to biological differences between males and females while gender refers to the attitudes, beliefs, and behaviour that we commonly associate
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Natural Experiment, Rite Of Passage, Sociobiology

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People who aren"t socialized don"t develop normally. Lack of socialization from childhood/ infancy prevents from proper develop later on in life. To de
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Lecture3.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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How we get emotional: external stimulus : a grizzly bear attacks, physiological response and initial emotion : your pulse rate increases etc. Emotion m
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UTSGSOC101Y1Robert BrymFall

SOC101Lecture4.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Why most people conform: norms of solidarity demand conformity, structures of authority tend to render people obedient, bureaucracies in particular are
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinWinter

POL101jan23lecture.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinWinter

POL101january16lecture.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Difficult choices that governments have to make when it comes to genocide. Genocide is committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a nationa
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinWinter

POL101january9.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Most political conflict involves conflict between nations. Seemingly obvious answer: the ideology of nations. A nation is a group that wants to have it
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

December 5thpolisci.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Ancient greek philosophy is written in a way that isn"t familiar to us. War is normally thought of as state on state: talked about war between two coun
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

nov28polisci .docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Cold war realism: international relations theory and war. Cuban missile crisis: first time that nuclear weapons play a gigantic role in how affairs are
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

7 - Oct31 - Democracy with Chinese Characteristics.doc

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19 Apr 2012
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Ended at the beginning of the 20th century. China had imported opium from the british causing a large population of addicted citizens extended history.
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

October 3rd 2011polisci.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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We take democracy for granted the apartheid in south africa: political, economic and social system, example of racial segregation, south african blacks
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

September 26thpoliticalscience.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Origins of modern world economy: twin revolutions 16th-19th centuries, agricultural and industrial, agricultural revolution: may be hyperbole to use th
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

September 19th 2011politicalscience.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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> he was the first to ask this question at this time , how does this compare to the way we live today. Answering these questions defines politics for t
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