OC58831

OC58831

University of Guelph

25Uploads
3Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (25)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
U OF GSOC 2760Rob ShearerSummer

SOC 2760 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Solitary Confinement, Nocturnal Enuresis, Gilles De Rais

OC5883112 Page
24 Sep 2013
51
Marc lepine aged 25 on dec 6th 1989 roamed the 3 floors of montreal"s ecole polytechnique for 45mins shouting i want women . He separated the men and w
View Document
U OF GSOC 2760Rob ShearerSummer

SOC 2760 Study Guide - Final Guide: Psych, Socalled, Thurston High School Shooting

OC5883131 Page
24 Sep 2013
64
View Document
U OF GSOC 2760Rob ShearerSummer

SOC 2760 Study Guide - Final Guide: Arraignment, Indictment, Restorative Justice

OC5883125 Page
24 Sep 2013
51
In 2004: 16,137 individuals were murdered in the us: this reflects a 2. 4% decrease from 2003. It is important to look at not only the absolute numbers
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Knowledge Building

OC588311 Page
11 Apr 2013
16
Step back and think broadly about social science research process & components. Pull together your thoughts on what you have learned and experienced. R
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Grounded Theory

OC588312 Page
11 Apr 2013
21
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Labour Force Survey, Factiva, Deed

OC588313 Page
11 Apr 2013
15
Primary data: collected yourself (ex: po, surveys, interviews) Where to look for secondary data related to youth geography: literature review (labs 1 a
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Research Question, Semantic Differential, Selection Bias

OC588313 Page
11 Apr 2013
21
Definition: elicit people"s views, social conditions, characteristics, behaviour, structures, attitudes/beliefs/opinions & knowledge, quantitative & qu
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Participant Observation

OC588311 Page
11 Apr 2013
18
Pure observation: accurate watching & noting of phenomena as they occur. Participant observation: taking part in the context (observing & experiencing)
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Data Analysis, Participant Observation

OC588312 Page
11 Apr 2013
15
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

Jan. 22.docx

OC588311 Page
11 Apr 2013
20
All of which help us make meaning of people s lives in particular places. Language is an inseparable part of group identity and a defining characterist
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Cultural Geography, Identity Politics, Eurocentrism

OC588314 Page
11 Apr 2013
30
Doing research = engaging in these debates. Different methodological approaches stem from different philosophical positions. Philosophy is to research
View Document
U OF GGEOG 2260Alexander LegwegohWinter

GEOG 2260 Lecture Notes - Ibm Officevision

OC588313 Page
11 Apr 2013
26
Involving going to library and finding articles on a topic. Based on fact alone, without theory or judgement. Read or used by experts or profs. Done on
View Document
U OF GPOLS 2300Tamara SmallFall

POLS 2300 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bicameralism, New Social Movements, Jean Lesage

OC5883124 Page
4 Dec 2012
80
6 sections chose 1 of 2 questions (6 questions total) Constitution: the fundamental rules by which a country is governed, three key relationships: Rule
View Document
U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Differential Association, Juvenile Delinquency, Community Policing

OC5883112 Page
25 Oct 2012
120
Official records: police stats: uniform crime report (only counts serious crimes), crime severity. Index: judicial stats: canadian centre for justice s
View Document
U OF GSOC 1500Mavis MortonFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Differential Association, Crime Prevention

OC5883112 Page
9 Oct 2012
40
Official records: police stats: uniform crime report (only counts serious crimes), crime severity. Index: judicial stats: canadian centre for justice s
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Cesare Beccaria, Differential Association, Classical Conditioning

OC588314 Page
9 Oct 2012
15
Contemporary classicism: umbrella for several theories, motivation and choice in crime. Classical thought: early influences: cesare beccaria. Rationali
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Juvenile Delinquency, Travis Hirschi, Michael R. Gottfredson

OC588313 Page
9 Oct 2012
16
Reactions to merton: albert cohen: study of delinquency, status frustration . Formation of delinquency subcultures in youth: replacement of values occu
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Auguste Comte, Anomie, Jeremy Bentham

OC588314 Page
9 Oct 2012
24
Three types of crime explanation: external forces: Significance of sun, moon, stars and astronomy (how the planets/stars lined up causes people to act
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Trait Theory, Labeling Theory, Deterrence Theory

OC588312 Page
9 Oct 2012
24
Age and crime: social factors which lead a teen into crime. Economical payoff: factors which lead a person out of crime: aging out of crime. Education
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Child Abuse, Radiography, Arthur Shawcross

OC588312 Page
9 Oct 2012
13
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Thorsten Sellin, Class Conflict, Structural Marxism

OC588312 Page
9 Oct 2012
18
Test: day 1: 1 essay question must be written, day 2: 1 of 2 essays must be written, 3-4 pages are successful . Common ideas in conflict theory: inequa
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Somatotype And Constitutional Psychology, Physiognomy, Craniometry

OC588313 Page
9 Oct 2012
13
Cesare lombroso (1835-1909): theory of criminal man : some ties with biology and crime, wanted to use positivism: can we predict crime, atavism as an i
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Immigration Restriction Act 1901, Eugenics, Antisocial Personality Disorder

OC588313 Page
9 Oct 2012
14
Psychoanalysis: freud (1856-1939, id, ego, and superego, malfunctioning ego or superego leads to crime, problem of the unconscious. Personality studies
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, After Stonewall, Social Disorganization Theory

OC588313 Page
9 Oct 2012
18
Neutralization: other points: used prior to a deviant act, resemblance to mitigating circumstances under the law. Ex: self defense someone running at y
View Document
U OF GSOC 2700Scott BrandonWinter

SOC 2700 Lecture Notes - Ethnography, Identity Management, Cold Case

OC588316 Page
9 Oct 2012
13
Some ideas of labelling theory: rejects objectivity. Different rules to crimes based on circumstances. Ex: murder is wrong however there are different
View Document