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RYERSONCRM 322idilatakFall

CRM 322 Study Guide - Final Guide: Categorical Imperative, Retool, Universalizability

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RYERSONCRM 322idilatakFall

CRM 322 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Universalizability, Virtue Ethics

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13 Dec 2017
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Harmful and normally immoral methods are on occasion necessary in order to realize the fundamental end of policing, namely the protection of moral righ
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RYERSONPCS 181Margaret BuckbyWinter

PCS 181 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wavelength

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RYERSONSSH 205Martha Addante

SSH 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Authorial Intent

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19 Oct 2017
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RYERSONSSH 205Martha Addante

SSH 205 Lecture 1: 3 storey thesis

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19 Oct 2017
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Thinking of the components of a thesis statement as storeys in a building or house is just one way of describing metaphorically what makes up a good th
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture 12: BeingTime02

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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Martin Heidegger

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2 Mar 2017
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Week 5 are your parents, friends, experiences ect. You carry that along with you at all times. the world is fundamentally composed of is separate and e
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture 9: Dao November 27th

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Reality has to manifest itself -it has to take the form of. The source of reality does not show itself directy (the dao). Presence and the manifestatio
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Callicles

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2 Mar 2017
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For the ancient greeks, they took seriously the idea that there are forms of expertise. In order for there to be a genuine expertise, there has to be s
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture 7: Meditations on first philosophy September 17

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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Martin Heidegger

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2 Mar 2017
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October 23rd, 2015 rather being with the world or interacting with the world. We need to understand involvement. they are what they are. itself. Each t
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture 6: PHL201 Meditation 5 Oct 1st

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2 Mar 2017
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Assigned pages are whatever is in the margins. Descartes is trying to see whether he has any certain, unchallengeable, indubitable that him as a being
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture 8: Meditation two - September 24th, 2015

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2 Mar 2017
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In order to remember the level of doubt, the best way to do that is to imagine an evil deceiver that tries to deceive him in each case. The safest way
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: The Question Concerning Technology, Martin Heidegger, Dasein

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2 Mar 2017
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Martin heidegger, from the question concerning technology and other essays, trans. Everything you do (everything of importance) always relate. For exam
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Social Alienation, Martin Heidegger, Techne

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2 Mar 2017
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Week 6 (not actual art but the art of doing something ex doctoring. Any type of technology that uses the earth"s resources to The word technology come
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RYERSONPHL 201David CiavattaFall

PHL 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Martin Heidegger, Bill Mckibben

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2 Mar 2017
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There are various things i have to do to make sure. If quoting the author, put after (heidegger, 63) after every quote. )f quoting certain reading (cid
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RYERSONENG 108Laura FisherFall

ENG 108 Final: ENG108Test definitions

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2 Mar 2017
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Figurative language an expression that uses word to mean something other than. Literal language words that mean exactly as they say. Ambiguity could ha
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RYERSONENG 108Laura FisherFall

ENG 108 Lecture 5: week 5 Oct 21

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2 Mar 2017
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Short stories rely on moments and revelations because the author does not have enough space. Example on page 47-48 (cid:498)freedom lurked around us an
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RYERSONENG 108Laura FisherFall

ENG 108 Lecture 6: Week 6 Oct 28 2015

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2 Mar 2017
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Novels are written chiefly to the young, the ignorant . Coming-of-age story (bildungsroman: master plot of our time. Rites of passage associated with m
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RYERSONENG 108Laura FisherFall

ENG 108 Lecture 3: Week 4 - September 30

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2 Mar 2017
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Urbanization, immigration speaker or character is delivering their thoughts in a stream of consciousness. Characteristics of modernist poetry and they
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RYERSONENG 108Laura FisherFall

ENG 108 Lecture 7: Brooklyn Week 9 Nov 11th

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2 Mar 2017
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Function of the thesis statement: make a claim that will structure your entire essay, reflect a judgment about a topic, provide the reader with a bluep
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RYERSONENG 108Laura FisherFall

ENG 108 Lecture 2: AMBIGUITY eng108 Sept 16

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2 Mar 2017
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Poetic device in which a single word or expression signify. The lyric is a short poem usually delivered in the voice of a single speaker (cid:523)(cid:
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture 1: THE CHARIVARI September 15

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2 Mar 2017
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An early form of community justice: was common in europe and migrated in north america, ireland, When someone broke the values of the community a year
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture 7: Crm100 Nov 17th

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2 Mar 2017
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The moment where the criminal justice system can"t confine you any longer. Most people begin the process of parole earlier: parole is a privellege not
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Stigma, House Arrest

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2 Mar 2017
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77% of convictions don"t actually lead people being set into incarceration. Probation: serve time outside of prison such as in community centers. Suspe
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture 5: Week 6 - Oct 27th, 2015

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2 Mar 2017
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Lay information with justice of the peace and the justice of the peace can lay a warrant or summons. Allow police to carry out a search or arrest a sus
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Drug Court, Small Claims Court, Juvenile Court

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2 Mar 2017
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They are constantly changing in order to adapt to social change and values. They are deeply political the decisions the courts make are very contention
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture 6: Incarceration Week 8 Nov 10th

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2 Mar 2017
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They should serve as a deterrent: sometimes how they act as a deterrent does not work effectively. The prison population is disproportionate number of
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ordnungspolizei, Toronto Police Service, Pepper Spray

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2 Mar 2017
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The emergence of what we now recognize in the police force. Robert peel was the prime minister of england and established the police force of london (t
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RYERSONCRM 100Dan HornerFall

CRM 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Canadian Association Of Elizabeth Fry Societies, Restorative Justice, Adversarial System

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2 Mar 2017
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Non profit organization that operates in numbers of countries and fight for better conditions in the prison system. Lobby for more effective treatment
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RYERSONENG 108Laura FisherFall

ENG 108 Final: ENG108 Exam

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18 Oct 2016
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Theme of magic/art: prospero who is an expert on the liberal arts can study the art of magic which links it to science. Reading the tempest through a p
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Conspicuous Consumption, Prosumer, Charismatic Authority

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17 Oct 2016
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It is necessary for the survival of most people. The way in which work is presently organized can be questioned and transformed. The economy is the soc
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Good Bye, Lenin!, George Herbert Mead, Thomas Theorem

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17 Oct 2016
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Socialization is a process by which people learn to become members of society (berger). Socialization is a lifelong process that is most intensive in e
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Talcott Parsons, Structural Functionalism, Sexual Orientation

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17 Oct 2016
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Erving Goffman, Labeling Theory, Anomie

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17 Oct 2016
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The term social control refers to the techniques and strategies for preventing deviant human behaviour in any society. It occurs on all levels of socie
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sociological Perspectives, Auguste Comte, Charismatic Authority

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17 Oct 2016
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Sociology: systematic study of social behaviour and human groups. The difference between sociology and common sense: common sense is not systematic, ba
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cultural Relativism, Dominant Ideology, Cultural Diversity

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17 Oct 2016
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Week 2: human behaviour is shaped by the interaction of variety of biological, psychological and social elements. Sociologists reject determinist argum
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ernest Gellner, Ethnic Nationalism, Human Taxonomy

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17 Oct 2016
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Difference among human societies is normal and natural. Inequalities are social and often attributed to these differences. These differences present th
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Thorstein Veblen, Norbert Elias, Cultural Lag

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17 Oct 2016
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Sociologists use the term social movements to refer to organized collective activities to bring about or resist fundamental change in an existing group
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RYERSONSOC 105Mustafa KocFall

SOC 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Social Stratification, Social Inequality, Labour Power

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17 Oct 2016
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