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UTSCANTC31H3Donna YoungWinter

Lecture 9

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Paper by badone & handleman = 2 different analysis of rituals. Don handleman: argues that within this commonality there are significant variations in t
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Lecture 6 Feb.14.12.docx

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Want to forget the socio-cultural context, you"d want to put love over anything. Our name helps us index" our connection to the social world. Shakespea
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UTSCANTC31H3Donna YoungSummer

Lecture 8 Mar.7.12.docx

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10 Mar 2012
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Critique book or ways in which the future poses theoretical problems. Globalization, marketing: because you tend to go within group you tend to share t
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazSummer

Lecture 8 Cont. Mar.8.12.docx

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10 Mar 2012
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Deborah camron: at some point, guys turn towards gossip. Interacting in this style of speaking is a risk because it bursts boundaries of being a guy: t
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazSummer

Tutorial 8 March 6.12.docx

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10 Mar 2012
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You can integrate more features of a marked variety or speech which has black indexicality in it. Unmarked: variety or standard that is dialed-down . B
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Week 2 Reading Summaries

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14 Feb 2012
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Robbins burling chapter 1: smiles, winks, and words (msl) The word language refers to the system of sounds, words, and sentences. Digital signals: have
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Lecture 5 Cont. Thursday

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13 Feb 2012
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Should be able to speak with god directly. 2) ability to transcend the here and now (use of ritual) Ritual as a way that we can create a text, prayer,
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Lecture 5

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13 Feb 2012
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Referential meaning/content working with the referential language ideology which is the idea that language describes the world as it is. Insufficient t
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UTSCANTC31H3Donna YoungWinter

Lecture 1

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11 Feb 2012
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Locutionary act: an assertion, descriptive statement of act: referential sense, language of science, found in ritual but not important, can be proved r
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UTSCANTC31H3Donna YoungWinter

Lecture 2

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11 Feb 2012
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A ritual is repetitive behaviour in which you transform yourself from one state to another. Embodied acts that carry out the message through doing: sym
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Lecture 3

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11 Feb 2012
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Lecture 4 cont.

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5 Feb 2012
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Antb21 lecture 4 cont. (thursday) february 2, 2012. Bodily position, differentiating between left and right hand. The form of language elaborates itsel
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Lecture 4

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4 Feb 2012
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Midterm: 3/6 identifications 20 minutes, 1 out of 2/3 essay questions 30 minutes. What is the relationship between society and the world and how does t
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Lecture 4

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4 Feb 2012
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Not many longitudinal studies because they re costly, time consuming, and complex. American and british studies look at effects of placing students in
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Lecture 3

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3 Feb 2012
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With saussure s model we cannot really explain. Most socio-cultural meaning are indexical meaning (peirce) The main purpose of language is to reflect t
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UTSCANTC31H3Donna YoungWinter

Lecture 2

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21 Jan 2012
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A ritual is repetitive behaviour in which you transform yourself from one state to another. Embodied acts that carry out the message through doing: sym
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UTSCANTB21H3Alejandro PazWinter

Lecture 3

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21 Jan 2012
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Lecture 2

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21 Jan 2012
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Durkheim: concerned with the important physical changes: taking on appearance of democratic system. 19th century started to see a decline in religion:
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UTSCSOCB26H3Julian TannerWinter

Lecture 1

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16 Jan 2012
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Socb26 lecture 1 jan. 10. 2012: education: a vital part of modern life, in the past, formal education only of interest and importance to a select few:
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UTSCMGTA01H3Murphy LawrenceFall

Chapter 7 Notes

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10 Jan 2012
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Organizational structure is the specification of the jobs to be done within a business and how these jobs relate to one another. Most business prepare
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UTSCMGTA01H3Murphy LawrenceFall

MGTA01H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hawthorne Effect

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UTSCMGTA01H3Murphy LawrenceFall

Chapter 8 Readings

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10 Jan 2012
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Human resource management (hrm): set of organizational activities directed at attracting, developing, and maintaining an effective workforce. Strategic
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UTSCMGTA01H3Murphy LawrenceFall

Chapter 5 Readings

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10 Jan 2012
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Chapter 5 y globalization; the integration of markets globally. y y exports; products made or grown in canada that are sold abroad. Imports; products t
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Book Review

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10 Jan 2012
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The communist system according to karl marx is the synthesis of british political economy, french socialism, and german philosophy (marx and engels vii
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 8

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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 11

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9 Jan 2012
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Understand that the key to nietzsche"s thinking lies in his protest against modernity, which he believed to be both unsettling and stifling to individu
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 10

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9 Jan 2012
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Understand economic basis for marx"s belief that capitalism was doomed to fall apart and give way to communism. Understand the central importance of pr
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 9

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9 Jan 2012
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Learn basic concepts that marx uses to describe and analyse capitalist economy. Understand the connection between the basic characteristics of capitali
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 7

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9 Jan 2012
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 3

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9 Jan 2012
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Understand that modernity means both a system of ideas and a society based on those ideas. Learn definitions of social contract and social evolutionism
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 1

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9 Jan 2012
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Topic: the nature and types of social theory. Understand how theory differs from description in social sciences. Understand the two main types of socio
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 4

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9 Jan 2012
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Understand characteristics of comte"s positivism and his view about the proper method of sociology. Note the division between social statics and social
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 2

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9 Jan 2012
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Understand basic characteristics of history and philosophy that influenced the development of sociology. Understand plato"s and aristotle"s opposing vi
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UTSCSOCB42H3Ivanka KnezevicSummer

Lecture 6

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9 Jan 2012
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Understand two main elements of hegel"s philosophy of history: idealism and evolutionism. Be able to connect hegel"s ideas to the earlier ones (plato,
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UTSCSOCC31H3Shirin MontazerFall

Lecture 1

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9 Jan 2012
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Logical, common sense assumptions may lead to misconceptions and misunderstandings. What is the effect of divorce: not all divorce leads to depression,
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UTSCSOCC31H3Shirin MontazerFall

Lecture 2

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9 Jan 2012
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Raw data is often difficult to synthesize. When distributions being compared are of unequal size. Frequency distribution of nominal data consists of tw
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UTSCSOCC31H3Shirin MontazerFall

SOCC31H3 Lecture Notes - Rede Ferroviária Nacional

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9 Jan 2012
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Difference between the highest and the lowest score. Provides a true measure: r = range, h = highest score in a distribution, l = lowest score in a dis
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UTSCANTC09H3Sandra BamfordFall

Week 6 Readings

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9 Jan 2012
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Women and the circulation of valuables in highlands new guinea . Throughout the highlands a sexual division of labour makes women responsible for the d
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UTSCANTC09H3Sandra BamfordFall

Week 4 Readings

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9 Jan 2012
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Bodenhorn he used to be my relative : exploring the basis of relatedness among the inupiat of northern alaska. Assign relatively little significance to
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UTSCANTC09H3Sandra BamfordFall

Week 4 Readings

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9 Jan 2012
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Carsten the substance of kinship and the heat of the hearth: feeding, personhood, and relatedness among malays in pulau langkawi . For malays, kinship
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