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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

[ECH1100] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (23 pages long!)

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From mid 40-50 system of alliances in europe in a bipolar system. Arms race (deterrence and mad) (thee major trends of the conflict within the cold war
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UOTTAWADVM 4330Alberto Florez- MalagonFall

DVM 4330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ableism, Force-Feeding

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10 Nov 2016
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By david bell and gill valentine, chapter: the. Food and eating habits are not merely banal practices of everyday life. Food habits are central to our
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UOTTAWADVM 4330Alberto Florez- MalagonFall

DVM 4330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mexican Americans, Cash Crop, Organic Movement

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22 Oct 2016
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Reading summary: the globalization of mexican cuisine by jeffrey pilcher. Mexican food is a popular ethnic fusion in the u. s. like chinese food and it
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Blood Diamond, Kimberley Process Certification Scheme, Gini Coefficient

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13 Oct 2016
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Prevalent wars were old wars, state vs the state. The main victims of the old war were soldiers, troops. Contrast to this is the new wars, increasingly
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Warsaw Pact, Stable Distribution, Statism

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13 Oct 2016
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Realism teaches foreign policy makers to focus more on interests rather than ideology. Great powers can coexist even if the opposing powers have differ
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Stephan LaroseFall

SOC 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Feminist Sociology, The Sociological Imagination, Class Conflict

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11 Oct 2016
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Political revolutions: suggested that people could change society. The industrial revolution combined with urbanization: paved ways to social thinker w
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Nuclear Arms Race, Cuban Missile Crisis, Mutual Assured Destruction

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5 Oct 2016
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From mid 40-50 system of alliances in europe in a bipolar system. Arms race (deterrence and mad) (thee major trends of the conflict within the cold war
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mikhail Gorbachev, Nuclear Arms Race, 1998 Russian Financial Crisis

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29 Sep 2016
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Chapter 4: from the end of the cold war to a new global era. Introduction: the rise and fall of the cold war. Incompatibility btw the social and econom
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Neoclassical Realism, Rationality, Rational Agent

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29 Sep 2016
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If it"s the nature of human, they can"t" be mitigated, they have to be mitigated through power. Liberalism believes human beings are fundamentally good
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UOTTAWADVM 4330Alberto Florez- MalagonFall

DVM 4330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Biopolitics

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29 Sep 2016
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Reading notes: consuming flesh: the biopolitics of beef consumption by gwendolyn. Gwendolyn blue"s article notes that biopolitical construction can giv
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UOTTAWADVM 4330Alberto Florez- MalagonFall

DVM 4330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Marvin Harris, Book Of Leviticus, List Of Domesticated Animals

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29 Sep 2016
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The origins of cultures by marvin harris (129-138; Marvin harris explores the complex ways in which subsistence techniques relate to ecological and soc
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Warsaw Pact, Mikhail Gorbachev, Neoliberalism

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22 Sep 2016
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End of the end of the 80"s new arms race in europe, completion in soviets and us. This leads to the collapse of the soviets . For the exam: using all t
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Warsaw Pact, Mutual Assured Destruction, Mikhail Gorbachev

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20 Sep 2016
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From mid 40-50 system of alliances in europe in a bipolar system. Arms race (deterrence and mad) (thee major trends of the conflict within the cold war
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UOTTAWAECH 1100Jean- Francois RatelleFall

ECH 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Munich Agreement, Cuban Missile Crisis, Truman Doctrine

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20 Sep 2016
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Introduction, end of 19th century beginning of wwi. First ww was btw european states on european battlefields. Europe was a peacemaker of world affairs
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UOTTAWADVM 4330Alberto Florez- MalagonFall

DVM 4330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sidney Mintz, Starch

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14 Sep 2016
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Articles: tasting food, tasting freedom: excursions into eating, power, and the past. Food is a significant source of expression in all cultures. Sidne
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UOTTAWADVM 3135Christopher HugginsFall

DVM 3135 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sharecropping, Wage Labour, Food Policy

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12 Sep 2016
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Godfray (2010) identifies 3 main challenges: match the rapidly changing demand for food from a larger and more affluent population to its supply. Meat:
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UOTTAWASOC 1101Stephan LaroseFall

SOC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Sociological Imagination

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12 Sep 2016
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Relations and interactions btw people and groups. Most sociologies would say how society affects people. Different social institution, large social str
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UOTTAWADVM 3140Salamat TabbasumWinter

DVM 3140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bretton Woods Conference, John Maynard Keynes, Bretton Woods System

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12 Apr 2016
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The bretton woods conference, officially known as the united nations monetary and. Financial conference, was a gathering of delegates from 44 nations t
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UOTTAWADVM 3140Salamat TabbasumWinter

DVM 3140 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Microfinance, Developed Country, Tertiary Sector Of The Economy

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12 Apr 2016
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Workers" remittances: an important and stable source of external development finance dilip ratha. Remittance flows are the second-largest source, behin
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Deontological Ethics, Age-Related Mobility Disability, Global Health

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28 Feb 2016
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A situation in which there seems to be no satisfying course of action, and one must make a choice between two or more conflicting choices. There are of
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: World Health Organization, Community Mobilization

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28 Feb 2016
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[a] strategy within community development for the rehabilitation, equalization of opportunities and social integration of all people with disabilities.
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Socioeconomic Status, Civil Society

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28 Feb 2016
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3 common characteristics of community from a sociological perspective: location / geographical proximity, common ties, social interactions. In general,
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Intellectual Disability, Social Rejection, Cost Accounting

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28 Feb 2016
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Attendance rates of about 90% for kids without disabilities. 75% attendance rate in urban areas for disabled children. 60% attendance rate in rural are
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Medical Model, Pressure Ulcer, Deinstitutionalisation

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28 Feb 2016
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Disability viewed as an illness, impairment or a medical problem. Supports interventions by health professionals with expertise to treat and fix the pr
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gross Enrolment Ratio, Sub-Saharan Africa, Social Preferences

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28 Feb 2016
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In no region of the world, are men and women equal in legal, economic, or social rights. Women are more likely to be poor and suffer from poor health.
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Health Literacy, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, Infant Mortality

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28 Feb 2016
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For the same reason it"s important for boys. Education is a good investment, with high rates of individual (higher income) and social (better health li
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gender Equality, Health Promotion, Childbirth

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28 Feb 2016
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Sex: biological and physiological characteristics that define men and women. Gender: socially constructed roles, behaviours, activities, and attributes
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Reasonable Accommodation, Equal Opportunity, Social Integration

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28 Feb 2016
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Elements of human rights-based approach to education: the right of access to education. Education throughout all stages of childhood and beyond. Should
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Millennium Development Goals, World Education Forum, Education For All

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28 Feb 2016
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Wb is one of the key players when it comes to global education. Education (along with gender equality and empowerment of women) is vital to meeting all
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Individual And Group Rights, Health Promotion, Health Literacy

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28 Feb 2016
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User/uniform fees, handicapped access, how you present information. Ex. dietitians tell them to eat and drink things that aren"t what they would normal
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: John Peters Humphrey, Rights-Based Approach To Development, United Nations General Assembly

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28 Feb 2016
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Human rights = rights that everyone has just by virtue of being human. Drafted first draft of un declaration of hr. Vary from country to country contex
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UOTTAWADVM 2110Sonia GulatiWinter

DVM 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: United Nations Development Programme, Gross National Income, Extreme Poverty

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28 Feb 2016
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It"s a vicious cycle that is hard to get out of. Often you are vulnerable, if there is only one bread winner and they lose their job you"re screwed. Wh
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UOTTAWACRM 3307Lori StinsonWinter

CRM 3307 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Differential Association, Welfare Fraud, Visible Minority

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25 Feb 2016
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Document and demonstrate your argument with reference to theories and examples from your course materials: briefly explain and demonstrate how accordin
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UOTTAWADVM 3140Salamat TabbasumWinter

DVM 3140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Remittance, Informal Sector, Neoliberalism

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23 Feb 2016
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Oecd less austerity and more public investment: cutting back public social programs for because of debt. Austerity is the way to address economic crisi
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UOTTAWADVM 3140Salamat TabbasumWinter

DVM 3140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nations Of Nineteen Eighty-Four, Avoidance Speech, Aggregate Demand

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6 Feb 2016
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The ghost of financing gap: how the harrod-domar growth model still haunts development. Hard domar model: not meant for long run economic growth, it wa
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UOTTAWADVM 3140Salamat TabbasumWinter

DVM 3140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Monterrey Consensus, Department For International Development, John Maynard Keynes

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5 Feb 2016
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Midterm (practise questions) (10 out of 15 questions) answers should not exceed 80-100 words (5 lines) How can international trade be viewed as an engi
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UOTTAWADVM 3140Salamat TabbasumWinter

DVM 3140 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Multivibrator, William Easterly, Aid Effectiveness

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4 Feb 2016
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Aid has a positive impact on growth in developing countries with good fiscal policies, monetary and trade policies but has little effect in the presenc
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UOTTAWACRM 3307Lori StinsonWinter

CRM 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sex Worker, Nordic Model, Patricia Pearson

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3 Feb 2016
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Guest speaker: courtney (powerottawa. ca) prostitute laundry (realistic view of a sex worker) Advocate over labour and human right issues over sex work
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UOTTAWACRM 3307Lori StinsonWinter

CRM 3307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The Burning Times, Womyn, Modern Paganism

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1 Feb 2016
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The burning times (movie) offshoot of feminist reinterpretation of history is the idea that women have been the traditional keepers of folk wisdom (mid
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UOTTAWACRM 3307Lori StinsonWinter

CRM3307 Lecture 2: 2 lecture

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21 Jan 2016
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Gender blind: the overwhelming domestic violence that is happening is gendered violence. Lived experiences are invisible and are structurally ignored.
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