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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Urban Agriculture, Carbon Offset, Peasant Movement

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22 Jun 2013
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We think of social movements as things that happen in specific times and places, but most progressive change in society, around the world, is the resul
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Social Exclusion, Junk Food, Agritourism

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22 Jun 2013
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There s going to be a critical appraisal on an article on the exam. Exam format: section 1: critical thinking exercise ( /10) Draw on course material,
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Vertical Integration, Overnutrition, Cultural Imperialism

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22 Jun 2013
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Part 1: over-nutrition and obesity: the prevalence of obesity is rising very rapidly in both developed and developing countries, diet and exercise both
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Food Security, Civic Engagement, World Health Organization

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22 Jun 2013
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Industrialization of corn has almost eliminated small farms, which are being replaced by large industrial farms: decisions relating to what and how cro
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Environmental Determinism, Crop Rotation, Ph

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4 Jun 2013
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Agriculture: the active production of useful plants or animals in ecosystems that have been created by people. Agriculture may include cultivating the
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Brundtland Commission, Global Industrial, Walt Whitman Rostow

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4 Jun 2013
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Lecture 6- the global industrial food system part 2. 1949- truman made a speech, talking about the emergence of the concept of underdevelopment, which
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Fordism

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4 Jun 2013
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Using food as a lens to understand people- the way we"ve grown and experienced food as a new thing. There is a linear idea of the food system. The thin
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Land Tenure, Crop Diversity, Intensive Farming

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4 Jun 2013
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Crop Diversity, Social Constructionism, Critical Geography

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4 Jun 2013
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Ontology (the metaphysical study of the nature of being and existence). Ex, positivism vs. social constructionism (the idea that groups construct one a
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Fordism

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4 Jun 2013
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Using food as a lens to understand people- the way we"ve grown and experienced food as a new thing. There is a linear idea of the food system. The thin
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Brundtland Commission, Global Industrial, Walt Whitman Rostow

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4 Jun 2013
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Lecture 6- the global industrial food system part 2. 1949- truman made a speech, talking about the emergence of the concept of underdevelopment, which
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Land Tenure, Crop Diversity, Intensive Farming

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4 Jun 2013
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Crop Diversity, Social Constructionism, Critical Geography

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4 Jun 2013
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Ontology (the metaphysical study of the nature of being and existence). Ex, positivism vs. social constructionism (the idea that groups construct one a
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Environmental Determinism, Crop Rotation, Manganese

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4 Jun 2013
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Agriculture: the active production of useful plants or animals in ecosystems that have been created by people. Agriculture may include cultivating the
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UTSGGGR107H1charleslevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Environmental Determinism, Manganese, Nutrient Pollution

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4 Jun 2013
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Agriculture: the active production of useful plants or animals in ecosystems that have been created by people. Agriculture may include cultivating the
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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Irony, Agon, Club Foot

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12 Dec 2012
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The idea of seeing is central to oedipus. Aristotle is writing 100 years more or less. Poetics was the foundational text about thinking itself. Kind of
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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Kome, Lysistrata, Pentheus

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12 Dec 2012
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Dionysus is from thebes but he comes back as a stranger, such a paradox. He is male/female, disruptive and breaks down structure. He challenges hierarc
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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Pentheus, Civil Religion, Mastodon

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12 Dec 2012
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The dionysian spirit is that of a drunk, uninhibited person, when aesthetic, and intellectual boundaries come down. This play is the dismemberment (lit
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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Blank Verse, Puritans, Christopher Marlowe

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12 Dec 2012
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It was a time when people started to see themselves as individuals and produce art and music, etc. because of this rebirth. There were new discoveries
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UTSGDRM100Y1Alan AckermanFall

DRM100Y1 Lecture Notes - Bruce Kapferer, Morality Play

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30 Oct 2012
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This gap is because the church banned it, and only brought it back to show religious pieces meant to demonstrate correct morality to the lower class, w
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