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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 11: Sociology of Education

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8 Mar 2016
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This institution is shaped by the people who are a part of them (universities or other institutions) We occupy status" that cause the shaping and resha
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 10: When the Levees Broke - Part II

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3 Mar 2016
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Saving people b moving them to highways and such. These people were still left with no food or water. Most of them are black and poor who were left on
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 12: Class, Race and Urban Geography

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3 Mar 2016
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This is a term created by a scholar paul gilroy used to refer to the complex histories of the black diaspora. Explanation of how an why people move fro
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 11: Contemporary Issues Around Treaty Rights in NS

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3 Mar 2016
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 17: Personality: Biological and Social-Cognitive Theories

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3 Mar 2016
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We have biological foundations for our personality traits. Diference in genetics, neuro chemistry and the central nervous system functioning cause pers
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 9: "Natural" Disasters

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2 Mar 2016
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These disciplines show how things are not always the way that they appear. We need to analyse from a social perspective to see that these natural disas
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 8: Social Ineqality...and Agency 2

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28 Feb 2016
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Capital: an asset (such as money or other nancial resources) which brings power in society (generally economic) Future can bring power in the same way
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 16: Personality-Trait Theories

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28 Feb 2016
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Each pattern is associated with different personality traits. On average, the images are 4. 5/6 representative of peoples personalities. Did a study wi
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 15: Psychodynamic and Humanistic Theories

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24 Feb 2016
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The distinctive and relatively enduring ways of thinking feeling and acting that characterize a person"s responses to life situations. When we know som
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 10: Contemporary Mi'kma'ki

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23 Feb 2016
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 9: Indian School Road - Benjamin

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23 Feb 2016
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Wrote the book called indian school road. Meant to remember the legacy of the shubenacadie residential school. Interest as a journalist as well as an a
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 8: Remembering Edward Cornwallis and the Founding of Halifax

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23 Feb 2016
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The past: this is an enormous, complex that we cannot ever truly understand, encompasses the entire past (everything that has occurred during human exp
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 7: The Indian Act

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23 Feb 2016
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The indian act is a canadian federal law that governs issues pertaining to the. This act is a result of the already existing treaties. It has been high
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 6: Treaty Rights Then and Now

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23 Feb 2016
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 5: Encountering Mi'kmaq Thought

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23 Feb 2016
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A country as big as a continent stretching from the atlantic to the. Paci c holds all the granite, grain, timber, sh scales and fur together . Believed
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 4: Decolonization as a Scholarly Method

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23 Feb 2016
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Introduction to decolonization as a mode of scholarly methods. Identify and appreciate the human and natural history of the jipugtug prior to first. Ba
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 3: The Memory Works of Monuments

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23 Feb 2016
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This is a global and transnational phenomenon. Settler-colonialism is not just something that has occurred in the past but something that something sti
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture 2: Place, Space...Part 2

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23 Feb 2016
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Place, space and memory in halifax (part 2) Memory in place and space autobiographical memory: consists of personally experienced events. The walking t
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 13: Crown Behaviour...

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16 Feb 2016
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These are questions we should ask when considering crowd behaviour. Deindividuation: this is the loss of individuality that leads to disinhibited (abno
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 14: Attributions, Attitudes and Persuasion

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16 Feb 2016
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Attributions (in general): these are judgments about causes of our own and other people"s behaviour and outcomes. Situational attributions (external):
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 7: Social Inequality, Structure and Agency 1

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16 Feb 2016
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He is very well known for this book called in search of respect . Had to debate whether or not to put the harsh struggles in the book. Thinking about r
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 11: Emotions

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7 Feb 2016
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The brief, acute changes in conscious experience and physiology. These occur generally in response to a personally meaningful situation. An example wou
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 11: Motivation, Hunger and Sex

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7 Feb 2016
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The urge to move towards one"s goals to accomplish tasks. Needs: inherently biological state of de ciency (cellular or bodily) that compel drives (an e
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 10: Intelligence, Problem Solving and Creativity

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7 Feb 2016
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 9: Thinking, Reasoning and Decision Making

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7 Feb 2016
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 9: The Nature of Language

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7 Feb 2016
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The nature of our language allows our creative genes. Morphemes: the smallest units of meaning in a language, which do not necessarily have to work on
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 8: The Development of Language

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7 Feb 2016
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These babies begin with something that looks like babbling. Special case because babies were in rich, all signing environment growing up the same way c
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 7: The Developing Adult

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7 Feb 2016
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What is it to be an adult: do you accept responsibility for yourself, can you make independent decisions about major life events, are you nancial depen
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 6: The Developing Adolescent

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7 Feb 2016
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This begins with the physical changes and ends (according to society) when: rst menstruation and ejaculation, identity development begins to occur. For
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 4: The Developing Child

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7 Feb 2016
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Lying and deception also re ects theory of the mind. Emphasis on socio-cultural context and continuous development zone of proximal development: the di
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture 3: The Developing Contd.

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7 Feb 2016
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 6: Race and Racism 2

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7 Feb 2016
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People generally think that there is something ( race") that can identify categories of people biologically. The material signi cance of race" is seen
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 5: Eyes on the Prize

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7 Feb 2016
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 3: Dramaturgical Perspectives on Everyday Life

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7 Feb 2016
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Helps us to understand our own everyday life, the patterns and connection microsociology: the study of face-to-face interactions. Micro sociologists be
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 2: Total Institutions

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7 Feb 2016
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Tuesday, january 19, 2016 total institution: an institution which includes creating barriers between you and the civil institutions (outside) These ins
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture 4: Race and Racism 1

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7 Feb 2016
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Race: the objective, naturally occurring division of the human population (this is what we think race is) This is an attempt to crete stable population
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DALINTD 1102Wunker Erin E.Winter

INTD 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Knowledge

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12 Jan 2016
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Knowledge is never pure, simple or objective. There is no general, value free and context free knowledge. Knowledge always has context in space as well
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DALPHIL 1010YForde CarmelWinter

PHIL 1010Y Lecture 4: Marx

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12 Jan 2016
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The belief that there is nothing more than the brain or the the body. Mostly about labour and how it is used together as a society: such as through bui
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DALSOSA 1050YLaura EramianWinter

SOSA 1050Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Informa, Trobriand Islands, San People

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9 Jan 2016
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Much like there are sub elds, law and politics being an example, of anthropology but there are also sub elds of legal and political anthropology. Both
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DALPSYO 1012Stevens LeanneWinter

PSYO 1012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Animism, Object Permanence, Visual Acuity

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9 Jan 2016
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Changed in physical movement and motor control. Cephalocaudal principle: development proceeding in the head-to-foot direction (gaining control over hea
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