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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Bourgeoisie, Dont, Thesis Statement

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7 Apr 2016
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Part i: identiication of six terms, each id should be one paragraph (5- 6 sentences) and should include 2 things: a description and. Each is worth 5 po
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Intersectionality, Content Analysis, Time Clock

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7 Apr 2016
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Final lecture of soc101y (#24) conclusion of the course. The focus is to understand the pattern and variation of behaviours, In short, it is a systemat
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Sallekhana, Nonviolence

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5 Apr 2016
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The jain doctrine of ahimsa means non-violence . Ahimsa essentially means that one should not injure, abuse, oppress, enslave, insult, torment, torture
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UTSGAST101H1Clifford OrwinFall

AST101H1 Lecture 1: Astronomy tutorial work (1 and 2)

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5 Apr 2016
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Sketch the sun-earth-moon system during full, half, and new moon phases. The moon orbits the earth and completes its cycle every 29 and a half days. Ov
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Universal Access To Education, Medicalization, Nomothetic

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5 Apr 2016
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UTSGVIC136H1Ivan KalmarWinter

VIC136H1 Chapter The Why Factor BBC: Podcast Silence

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4 Apr 2016
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Podcast: silence from the bbc the why factor series. Silence can be frightening, lonely, sad, awkward but also a relief. Silence does not truly exist i
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture 4: L4-The Manorial Economy

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4 Apr 2016
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Lecture #4: the manorial economy: economic foundations of feudalism. The manorial economy and feudalism developed together and fit each other perfectly
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UTSGVIC136H1Ivan KalmarWinter

VIC136H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Podcast for Week 10: "Pets" BBC The Why Factor: Attachment Theory

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3 Apr 2016
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Even the poorest of people, no matter where they live, still have pets in the house. Domestic animals have some type of purpose for humans like pigs, g
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Married People, Nuclear Family, Household Division

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3 Apr 2016
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Family is not an easy concept to deine. Families as relationships in which people live together with commitment, form an economic unit and care for any
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Social Inequality, Meritocracy, Hidden Curriculum

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3 Apr 2016
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Sociologists examine three ways in which schools connect to society. Through selection (ie. process by which the structure of schooling feeds into broa
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Public Culture, Kaaba, Social Inequality

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3 Apr 2016
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Offered answers to most of life"s questions (truth/false, right/wrong) Imbued every aspect of human social life with meaning (birth, death, rites of pa
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Michel Foucault, Ableism, Social Inequality

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2 Apr 2016
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An on-going focus of this course is the difference that living in society makes to what we do, how we see ourselves, objects and others, and what happe
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Genetically Modified Food, Genetic Pollution, Biodegradable Plastic

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2 Apr 2016
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UTSGVIC136H1Ivan KalmarWinter

VIC136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Diazepam, Arab Spring, Fluoxetine

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31 Mar 2016
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Marcocorrido a mexican song that celebrates drugs, drug use and drug smuggling/dealing. Among those in jail in the united states currently, there is a
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Machismo, Proxy War

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28 Mar 2016
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UTSGVIC136H1Ivan KalmarWinter

VIC136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Serbian Nationalism, Barack Obama, English Canada

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24 Mar 2016
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The chetniks, a serbian nationalist group, who stated: freedom or death! they were a nationalist militia group in wwii who some describe as war crimina
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UTSGVIC136H1Ivan KalmarWinter

VIC136H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Nationality and Why do We Sacrifice Our Lives Podcasts: Nationstates

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24 Mar 2016
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Adolphe Thiers, Kulturkampf, Miscarriage

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2 Mar 2016
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Lecture - march 2nd, 2016: fin de si cle. Important figures/names: adolphe thiers, georges boulander, alfred dreyfus. Jean jaures: kulturkampf, wilhelm
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Marcel Proust, Franz Kafka, Sigmund Freud

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29 Feb 2016
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter RT 265-270: Mao Zedong, Lantern Festival, Harvest Festival

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26 Feb 2016
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Long before the rise of confucianism, taoism and buddhism, people in china had developed strong attachments to ancestral gods and many of the ancient f
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter RT 247-254: Northeast China, Shangdi, Henan

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26 Feb 2016
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Balancing and blending: confucianism, taoism and buddhism in china. Like indian traditions, chinese traditions have more than one god: also like indian
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter CIWR 479-503 — Chinese and Korean Traditions: Curbed, Good Governance, Citta

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26 Feb 2016
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Ciwr reading: pages 479-503 chinese and korean traditions. Followers mainly live in east and southeast asia, australia, new zealand, western europe and
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UTSGVIC136H1Ivan KalmarWinter

VIC136H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Podcasts for Week 6: Second Industrial Revolution, Mass Production

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25 Feb 2016
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For some people, makeup is a chore and is like wearing a mask the effect on con dence isn"t there if you don"t want it. If you wear more dramatic looks
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UTSGVIC136H1Ivan KalmarWinter

VIC136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder

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25 Feb 2016
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You need to get something else into your head to get the sticky song out of your head. You can replace a sticky song with another sticky song or anothe
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Friedrich Engels, Wilhelm Liebknecht, August Bebel

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24 Feb 2016
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Socialism spoke directly to the working class as they were looking for an alternative to liberalism. People at the time did not call it socialism or so
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Census Geographic Units Of Canada, Demographic Transition, Food First

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24 Feb 2016
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Slow population growth in canada yet worldwide a signi cant increase: the world"s population of 7. 4 billion in 2016 increases by 80 million a year, by
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter The True Development of Religion : Pascal Boyer, James George Frazer, Edward Burnett Tylor

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23 Feb 2016
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As people continued to speculate about why religion became so globalized, one theory arose that is single-handedly the best way of understanding exactl
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Bultmann’s Theory of Demythologizing Scripture: Bultmann’s Theory of Demythologizing Scripture

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23 Feb 2016
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As the study of the bible became incredibly popular in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, there emerged a multitude of biblical critics who dismis
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Frazer and Anthropological Approaches to Religion: James George Frazer, Omnipotence

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23 Feb 2016
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During the period of the enlightenment in the nineteenth century, many notable scholars tackled the concept of religion in order to understand how it o
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Theodicies- The Explanation of Good and Evil: Theodicy

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23 Feb 2016
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In monotheistic religions, the reason for the existence of good and evil is an important and widely-speculated topic. Although jews, muslims, and chris
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter William Paley’s Argument from Design: Omnipotence

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23 Feb 2016
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Hundreds of years ago, people started to question the validity of religion which prompted scholars and brilliant thinkers to try and prove the existenc
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Buddhism versus contemporary North American culture: Consumerism, Four Noble Truths

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23 Feb 2016
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Why did humans create “religion”? : Reciprocal Altruism

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23 Feb 2016
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter The Figure of God in the three Monotheistic Traditions: Pope Francis

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23 Feb 2016
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The figure of god in the three monotheistic traditions. For this week"s brief reading, one of the prompts at the end of the chapter questioned if. Musl
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Monotheism in Respect to Other Religions : Monotheism in Respect to Other Religions

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23 Feb 2016
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Among the three most popular religions are the monotheistic family of islam, Christianity, and judaism that all trace their lineage back to the prophet
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Zen Buddhism and humour: Four Noble Truths

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23 Feb 2016
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Although these could prove to be controversial topics, the huf ngton post released a video in. 2014 that interviewed municipal religious leaders who st
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandWinter

RLG100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Edward Burnett Tylor, James George Frazer, Unconscious Mind

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22 Feb 2016
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The rise of modernity and new academic disciplines. Creating a community for like- minded people. It offers a sense of belonging. Has opportunities and
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UTSGHIS109Y1Kenneth BartlettWinter

HIS109Y1 Lecture 29: Feb 22 lecture

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22 Feb 2016
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Social Movement, Collective Behavior, Extreme Measures

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21 Feb 2016
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One of the earliest social movements was the workers rights movement in the 19th workers demanding better working conditions: safety, child labour, shi
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronWinter

SOC101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Pansexuality, Sexual Orientation, Social Enterprise

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21 Feb 2016
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Sex is not something just innate, something we instinctively know; it is something we learn about as we grow into adulthood has a strong cultural conte
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