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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

[FSN 503] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 33 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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You have to show that you have more to do in your day than just post on instagram; that what your posting has a foundation of reality underneath it. Yo
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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

FSN 503 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Mimesis, Scientific Method, Dark Skin

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22 Nov 2016
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How instagram is curated and how people choose images to represent their personal brand. Don"t want to post more than 2 or 3 times a day. You have to s
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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

FSN 503 Midterm: Midterm #1 Notes - FSN503

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22 Nov 2016
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Aesthetic - philosophical notions about the perception of beauty and ugliness. Appropriation: taking a unique visual language or style and subverting i
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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

FSN 503 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Eadweard Muybridge, Trademark Symbol, Kinescope

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22 Nov 2016
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Reproduction - in marxist theory, it"s the ways that cultural practices and their forms of expression reproduce the ideologies and interests of the rul
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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

FSN 503 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: King Vidor, Communist International, Lesbian

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22 Nov 2016
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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

FSN 503 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Weegee, Medieval University, Roland Barthes

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22 Nov 2016
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Looking and wilfully not looking at something both have meaning within the economy of looking. An image can mean different things to different people.
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RYERSONRMG 400Janice RudkowskiFall

[RMG 400] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (15 pages long)

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5 Oct 2016
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RYERSONSOC 202Purnima GeorgeFall

SOC 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Raymond Williams, Roland Barthes, Americanization

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30 Sep 2016
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Raymond williams identifies 3 ways of defining popular culture: Works and practices of the culture (art) Popular culture links the domains of the publi
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RYERSONRMG 400Janice RudkowskiFall

RMG 400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Data Warehouse, Psychographic, Zip Code

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30 Sep 2016
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Data can be collected and future data can be forecast (size of markets, age/status of a demographic); What can"t be predicted with certainty is the tas
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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

FSN 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Physiognomy, Jacques Lacan, Voyeurism

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30 Sep 2016
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Interpellation: you are recognizing yourself as among a class or group of people for whom the image"s message is intended. The idea that when you view
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RYERSONFSN 503Catherine SuttonFall

FSN 503 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Roland Barthes, Shared Experience, Dark Skin

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30 Sep 2016
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How instagram is curated and how people choose images to represent their personal brand. Don"t want to post more than 2 or 3 times a day. You have to s
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RYERSONRMG 400Janice RudkowskiFall

RMG 400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fashion Capital, Sql Server Reporting Services, American Apparel & Footwear Association

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18 Sep 2016
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Marketing research - gathering, recording, and analyzing information about problems relating to the market, and uses many sources of procuring data. Us
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RYERSONRMG 400Janice RudkowskiFall

RMG 400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Critical Success Factor, National Retail Federation, Arena

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18 Sep 2016
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RYERSONRMG 200Brent BarrWinter

RMG 200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inventory Turnover, Gross Margin, Loyalty Program

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24 Apr 2016
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RYERSONFSN 123benbarryFall

FSN 123 Study Guide - Final Guide: Synthetic Fiber, Textile Industry, Natural Fiber

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23 Apr 2016
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Corporate Social Responsibility, Inventory Turnover, Asset Turnover

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23 Apr 2016
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Backward integration arises when a retailer performs some distribution and manufacturing activities, such as operating warehouses or designing private
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Walgreens, Aldi, Kroger

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23 Apr 2016
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Productivity of distribution contract with no intermediares: 4 producers x 4 buyers = 16 contracts contacts with one intermediary: 4 producers + 4 buye
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Holt Renfrew, Delicatessen, Canadian Tire

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23 Apr 2016
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The retail price charged for the items you have brought into your store, logistically heandled and taken ownership of (in most cases) Less profitabilit
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Break Bulk Cargo, Corporate Social Responsibility, Target Market

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23 Apr 2016
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Retailers are offering entertaining and educational experiences to compete with nonstore retailers. 4 rights: right merchandise, right time, right quan
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Breakfast Cereal, Inventory Turnover, Gross Margin

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23 Apr 2016
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Different merchandise groups, which are the highest level of the buying organization, (womens, mens/childrens/intimate, home/kitchen, accessories), man
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Splenda, Online Shopping, Customer Satisfaction

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23 Apr 2016
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How you want the market at large (consumers and competitors) to perceive you. Positioning is the design and implementation of a retail mix to create a
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: M&M Food Market, Holt Renfrew, Private Label

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23 Apr 2016
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Naics: collect data on business activity in each country. Every business is assigned a hierarchical, six-digit code based on the type of products and s
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: 8 Seconds, Self-Checkout, List Of Muppets

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23 Apr 2016
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In a retail context, the experience you have with the retail employees is paramount to determining whether or not you come back to the store, and that"
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Affinity Analysis, Customer Relationship Management, Stock Keeping Unit

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23 Apr 2016
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Share of wallet: almost a sign of loyalty ( how much of their wallet do you get? ) The percentage of total purchases made by a customer in a store. Inc
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Stock Market Crash, January 30

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22 Apr 2016
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Seen as the beginning of the depression; it"s not the cause, but a symptom of the downward spiral that was to come. They"d already come into a recessio
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Montgomery Bus Boycott, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Eisenhower Doctrine

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22 Apr 2016
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Brokers of peace - camp david accords engineered by jimmy carter. Cuban missile crisis (1962) following the bay of pigs invasion (1961) Khrushchev took
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Atomic Energy Act Of 1946, Marshall Plan, Warsaw Pact

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22 Apr 2016
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Could not agree on peace terms for germany. Also divided on ideological lines (communism vs. democracy, which are fundamentally different) Had been all
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Thorstein Veblen, Monroe Doctrine

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22 Apr 2016
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Note: nowhere in the constitution of the group that you asked the prof about does it saw that women or african americans couldn"t be a part of this lab
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Male Privilege, Vigilante, In Essence

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22 Apr 2016
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Tutorial # 1 - questions: meyerowitz: women and migration . They migrated most often because of their need for work. Push of economic hardship at home
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: War Industries Board, Central Powers, Social Mobility

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22 Apr 2016
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Woodrow wilson declared us neutrality; part of the isolationist policy. In thought and deed (bullshit, but it"s what he wanted) He was still very suppo
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Boston Police Strike, Seattle General Strike, Palmer Raids

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22 Apr 2016
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America from the red scare to the jazz age. Rise of the great sports hero: babe ruth, charles lindbergh. American prosperity as a result of the afterma
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Settlement Movement, National Consumers League, Progressive Era

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22 Apr 2016
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Tutorial: just go to the hour that you sign up for - group d, tuesday 12-1. Not everybody was progressive in the progressive era; profoundly conservati
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homestead Strike, Samuel Gompers, Pullman Strike

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22 Apr 2016
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Post civil war was largely rural, still dealing with the effects of slavery. Post 1900, america emerges as the most powerful industrial nation. The gil
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 34: North American Free Trade Agreement

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22 Apr 2016
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Sherman Silver Purchase Act, Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act, Winfield Scott Hancock

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22 Apr 2016
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Gilded age: 35 years between the end of the civil war and the end of the 19c. Most important factor in gilded age politics was localism. Federal govern
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Operation Downfall, Fat Man, The Good War

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22 Apr 2016
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Contrastingly, there was the internment of japanese, the decay of women"s rights following 1945, the expanding gap between the rich and poor, led to pe
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Emilio Aguinaldo, Mckinley Tariff, Alfred Thayer Mahan

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22 Apr 2016
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Foreign relations generally weren"t important to the americans; isolationist. Increased american exports made it more intertwined with the world"s econ
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST210 Lecture 1: American History - First Lecture

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22 Apr 2016
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Major Prophet, Pierre De Coubertin, Social Darwinism

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22 Apr 2016
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During the second half of the 19c, cities grew at an unparalleled rate in the us. Late 19c was not only the age of cities, but the age of great cities
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RYERSONHST 210David Mac KenzieWinter

HST 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: U.S. Steel, Pennsylvania Oil Rush, Central Pacific Railroad

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22 Apr 2016
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By 1900, us dominated global steel, oil, wheat, and cotton markets natural resources, technological advances, increasing population and entrepreneurial
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