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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 8

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 6

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Midterm prep for SOC365

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 7

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 9

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 4

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 5

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 1

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 2

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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenSummer

Lecture 3

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UTSGSOC265H1Adam GreenSummer

Midterm prep PART1 (1st week)

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UTSGSOC265H1Adam GreenSummer

Midterm prep PART2 (Essay)

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UTSGSOC265H1Adam GreenSummer

Midterm prep PART1 (2nd week)

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UTSGSOC265H1Adam GreenSummer

Final Take-home Exam prep

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UTSGEAS100Y1Young YooSummer

Summary for Korea Success Story

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UTSGSOC367H1Chikako NagayamaFall

Midterm prep for SOC367

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UTSGSOC363H1Scott SchiemanFall

Exam1 prep for SOC363

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UTSGLIN204H1Anne St- AmandWinter

Midterm Prep (Definitions, Matching, and Short Answers)

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Lecture 1: you should be able to define prescriptivism and descriptivism, and be able to associate a given viewpoint with one or the other.  prescript
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UTSGPSY323H1Alison LubyWinter

Lecture 5

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Functions of prescriptive stereotypes: rationalization helps maintain and legitimize social hierarchies. To maintain feelings that one"s society is jus
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UTSGPSY323H1Alison LubySummer

Lecture 4

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Lecture 4: content and origins of gender stereotypes. Categorization processes: although people know the same stereotypes, we can differ in how much we
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UTSGPSY323H1Alison LubyWinter

Lecture 3

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Early research: based on socialization from parents  but weak and inconsistent connections were found. Pairing with the opposite sex is rare; playing
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UTSGPSY323H1Alison LubyWinter

Lecture 2

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Ehormbs: larger, dominant, powerful, amass most resources. Jumeres: lower status but have pheromone (which gives ehormbs a fantastic high, relations, i
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UTSGPSY323H1Alison LubyWinter

Lecture 1

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Stereotypes between men and women are polar opposites (bipolar assumption / psychological essentialism), but. Why: definite biological distinction betw
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UTSGPSY323H1Alison LubyWinter

Midterm Prep (Short Answers)

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: the idea that an individual has characteristics associated with either. : biological sex differences determine our (immutable: psychological essentia
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

Lecture 5

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 distress primes (ie: term upset ) automatically activate attachment concepts (ie: love ) Adult pair bonding: humans appears to have evolved to facili
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

Lecture 4

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Relationship commitment: the intention to persist with a relationship (could be positive or negative depending on the context, best psychological predi
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

Lecture 3

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Self-expansion = overlap between you and your partner: growth through absorbing aspects of others. You that you"ve never recognized before: unlike most
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

Lecture 2

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Chemistry: positive assessment of the physical relationship. Interpersonal process: unique dynamics emerge from the combination of two personalities (n
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldWinter

Lecture 1

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Evolutionary psychology: darwin"s theory of natural selection. ***not just about surviving, but also reproducing successfully: variation: organisms" ch
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UTSGPSY320H1Dax UrbszatSummer

Attitude Essay for Final Exam

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UTSGSOC101Y1XingSummer

Final Exam Essay Prep

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Since 1960s, employment rate has slightly declined for men whereas dramatically increased for married women, as such, 2/3 of families of canada consist
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Immigrant Families

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Basics: two waves (types) of immigrant families. Jobs are not much available for their husbands in home countries. Gender imbalance because of war = no
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UTSGSOC101Y1XingSummer

Same-sex Marriage and Family

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Basics: a long process to gain rights. New understanding of marriage: family as a new practice (functional aspect => emotional support) Functional reas
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Inequality and the Family

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For exam: income gap between rich & poor increases. 2 articles: trap in/out to poverty is related to family structure changes -> individuals can contro
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SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - George W. Bush, Nuclear Family, Gender Role

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Ideal fertility is 2. 5, but canadian women have 2. 1 (aging society) Huge portion of single moms = need assistance. To promote ideal traditional nucle
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Families and Local Communities

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For exam: traditional: everything is connected to each other, changing process: big picture! Family = institution: community = between family and the s
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Couples and Their Networks

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For exam: how does network change in daily process. Contacts: the nuclear families are not isolated, but they have regular contacts with their friends
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Work and Families

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For exam: different modes of work & family connection (different models, know basic arguments of hoschild (new models and old models) Men and women"s c
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Divorce & Lone-parent families & Stepfamilies

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36% end up divorce within 30 years: median duration 13 years in first marriage, 7. 5 years in second marriage, even lower after, risk is greatest among
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Domestic Abuse

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Definitions: narrow: focus on physical injuries, broad: psychological, verbal, spiritual, and economic abuse included, gender neutral/specific: spousal
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