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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Reading Notes

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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Reading Notes

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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Reading - Authoritarian Impermanence

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Even though the regime claims to be a chinese form of democracy, it admits that its authority has never been subject to popular review and is never int
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Industrial Revolution

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Luxuries came to be seen as necessities and necessities came to be seen as decencies. Social results: began as a society of scarcity to a society of su
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Rise of Liberalism

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Athenian model of democracy was rejected by constant; claimed that it was not appropriate to the circumstances they were living under. Greek politics w
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Problems with Democracy

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Democracy and equality: rules of the game distinct and discreet rules that are usually written down which determine how the system works (i. e. constit
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Constitutions

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Importance of common-law, judicial precedent and interpretation: the common-law is a system of interpretations that evolves throughout time. United sta
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Making Sense of the Rise in China

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Nov 22 making sense of the rise of china. **essay portion of the exam will be based on this lecture and the next two** Democracies tend to pursue diplo
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

Immigration, Citizenship, and Multiculturalism

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International immigration has to be distinguished from migration. By crossing an international frontier, one changes their membership status. From bein
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinFall

POL101Y1 Lecture Notes - Four Modernizations, Deng Xiaoping, Hundred Flowers Campaign

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End of the qing dynasty: qing dynasty essentially closed china from the rest of the world; economically backwards. Republican revolution: end of the qi
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UTSGPOL101Y1Jeffrey KopsteinWinter

Dependent Development

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Equitable development: interested in the redistributive aspects of development, life chances? (e. g. infant mortality) Capacity: having the skills/educ
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Reading Summaries - Test 3

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The securitization of migration: a racial discourse (ibrahim) Due to assertions from international organizations, migration is seen as a threat to the
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Race and Crime

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Black people are highly over-represented in certain offence categories. Four different explanatory frameworks to try to understand this racial breakdow
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Segmented Assimilation

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Globalization & Transnationalism

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The intensification of world-wide social relations which link distant localities in such a way that local happenings are shaped by events occurring man
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Minority Group Responses

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Nov 2 minority group responses & ethnic community formation. Other causes may be religion, affiliation with ethnic community. Language knowledge, langu
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Gender and Racism

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Women and men have different migration experiences because there is gendered access to resources. Gender as a social construction that emerges through
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Discrimination & Disadvantage

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Earning deficits not all immigrant skills are used and they are being undervalued; it was not seen initially as a big problem since workers were workin
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Majority Group Attitudes & Racism

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Preserving culture from a country of origin is supported by the majority of canadians (87%) Integration: certain types of multicultural activities were
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Social Construction of Ethnicity

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Through contact with others, through participation in social institutions (family/schools/politics/workplace) and through exposure to ideas and ideolog
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Canadian History and Policy

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September 21 canadian immigration history & policy. Nation-building project: expand population, boost the economy, develop society. Push: hard conditio
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UTSGSOC336H1BraschFall

Introduction

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The context of canadian immigration: globalization, migration (in the global, racism. Migration: movement of a populous in/out of a country. Globalizat
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UTSGHIS280Y1Scott RelyeaFall

The Golden Age

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All the material (lectures, readings) is fair game. During the height of the tong dynasty, the chinese were trading with over 70 polities. Du fu was a
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UTSGHIS280Y1Scott RelyeaFall

Forcing a Bureaucratic Empire

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An army of 8,000 tarakota warriors were found under the tomb in battle formation. The starchart of the heavens was said to be made inside the ceiling o
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UTSGHIS280Y1Scott RelyeaFall

Mandate of Heaven

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Some historians regarded the zhou as a different kind of people because they tried to incorporate several different kinds of cultures. The zhou still u
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UTSGSOC200H1Eric FongFall

Chapter Summaries - Test 2

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UTSGSOC200H1Eric FongFall

Uses of Social Research

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UTSGSOC200H1Eric FongFall

Practice of Social Science

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UTSGSOC200H1Eric FongFall

SOC200H1 Lecture Notes - Law School Admission Test, Job Satisfaction, Face Validity

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Chapter 1 to chapter 5 (pages 35-43 in chap 2 are not included in the test; look at new book**) True and false if false, give correct statement. Why do
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