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UTMSOC231H5Zaheer BaberWinter

SOC231H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Neoliberalism, System On A Chip, Classical Liberalism

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15 Jan 2018
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A sociological proposition holds that structural characteristics mark capitalism as a dynamic system that experiences cyclical economic crises. As comm
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UTMSOC317H5James LanniganFall

SOC317H5 Lecture 10: LECTURE NOTES

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10 Dec 2017
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UTMSOC209H5Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC209H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: White-Collar Crime, Johann Kaspar Lavater, Penology

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21 Oct 2017
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Chapter 1: the context and consequences of theory. Social experiences influence attitudes about criminality, as society changes, views about crime chan
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UTMSOC221H5David P.Fall

SOC221H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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Construct- referring to it as something we know exists empirically, we don"t see power but we can only infer about power by seeing something like an in
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UTMSOC205H5Gail SuperFall

SOC205H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pauperism, The Kallikak Family, Mental Disorder

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15 Sep 2017
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Enlightenment periods purpose was an attempt to resolve a philosophical problem. Social contract view is based on an agreement on ppl to form the socie
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UTMSOC221H5David P.Fall

SOC221H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Box Plot, Categorical Variable, Squared Deviations From The Mean

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15 Sep 2017
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Stats: set of procedures used by social scientists to organize, summarize, and communicate numerical information. Empirical research based on informati
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UTMSOC221H5David P.Fall

SOC221H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bar Chart, Frequency Distribution, Histogram

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15 Sep 2017
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Construct- referring to it as something we know exists empirically, we don"t see power but we can only infer about power by seeing something like an in
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

[ANT201H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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30 Mar 2017
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Pleistocene begins with several hominin species but as it progressed dispersal from africa occured. Paleolithic: lower- 2. 5 mya- 200 kya, middle- 200-
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UTMANT203H5Travis SteffensWinter

ANT203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ethogram, Primatology, Anthropocentrism

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9 Feb 2017
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The ecological space of an organism that allows it to meet all its needs for survival and reproduction. Anything organisms do that involves an action i
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UTMANT203H5Travis SteffensWinter

ANT203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Prehensile Tail, Tarsier, Capuchin Monkey

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9 Feb 2017
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Upper Paleolithic, Gravettian, Paleo-Indians

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9 Feb 2017
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sub-Saharan Africa, Fertile Crescent, Banpo

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9 Feb 2017
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Your born into a ranked or class based system i. e. the society we live today but institutionalized inequalities. Tribes trace lineage and family lines
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pearl Millet, Sub-Saharan Africa, Upper Paleolithic

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9 Feb 2017
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

[ANT201H5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (17 pages long!)

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7 Feb 2017
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Pleistocene begins with several hominin species but as it progressed dispersal from africa occured. Paleolithic: lower- 2. 5 mya- 200 kya, middle- 200-
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Original Affluent Society, Kalahari Desert, Hunter-Gatherer

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31 Jan 2017
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The deliberate raising of animals and cultivation of cereal grasses and edible root plants. Secondary by-products = i. e. wool from sheep, milk, cheese
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UTMSOC275H5AndrewleeWinter

SOC275H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Postcolonial Feminism, Gender Binary, Betty Friedan

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25 Jan 2017
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Seeking social equality and critiquing structural forces of racism which resulted in an economic system based on racialized behaviour (cid:858)post(cid
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereWinter

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Health Care, Primary Healthcare, Cardiovascular Disease

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23 Jan 2017
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Epidemiological transition- suggests that as the economy changes from low to high per capita income, a corresponding transition occurs from high mortal
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereWinter

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Michel Foucault, Intersubjectivity, Intersectionality

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23 Jan 2017
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Chapter 1: ways of thinking about sociological health and illness. Dominated north american sociology for many years. Emile durkheim defined soc as a s
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lapita Culture, Easter Island, Australian Aboriginal Religion And Mythology

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23 Jan 2017
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Around 65,000 modern humans began to populate much of africa, where they"re consuming seafood, hunter gatherer societies. Homo sapiens really started t
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Magdalenian, Lithic Reduction, Blombos Cave

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18 Jan 2017
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Evidence of hunting and intensive fire use in the mousterian there is a variation of tools. Differences b/w technology europe n africa the aterian in a
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UTMANT203H5Travis SteffensWinter

ANT203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Indriidae, Aye-Aye, Torpor

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18 Jan 2017
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Retia meribilia- blood vessels that pump into hands so they can maintain a serious grasp. Lorsis- eat a lot of gum in trees- usually the slow lorises.
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UTMSOC263H5Lina SamuelWinter

SOC263H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Primitive Communism, Proletariat, Bourgeoisie

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13 Jan 2017
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Mar(cid:454)"s (cid:272)o(cid:374)tri(cid:271)utio(cid:374)s are diffi(cid:272)ult to assess (cid:271)(cid:272) of the histor(cid:455) of (cid:272)i(ci
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UTMSOC275H5AndrewleeWinter

SOC275H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Canada House, Gender Inequality, Gender Pay Gap

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13 Jan 2017
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There may be continued pay equity b/w men and women bc of gender segregation, where certain occupations are associated with femininity or masculinity.
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UTMANT203H5Travis SteffensWinter

ANT203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sympatric Speciation, Allopatric Speciation, Fiba Africa

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13 Jan 2017
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It separates species based on identifiable parent patterns. Can be geno or phenotypic but usually used phenotypic characteristics. New species evolve t
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homo Erectus, Oldowan, Acheulean

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13 Jan 2017
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Atapuerca Mountains, Neanderthal, Homo Erectus

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13 Jan 2017
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New percussion techniques in the lower paleolithic. Soft hammer = hand axe increasing tool diversity. Acheulian hand axe function = used for scraping,
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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangFall

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Intimate Partner Violence, Domestic Violence, Sibling Abuse

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13 Dec 2016
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Any form of abuse, mistreatment, or neglect that children or adults experience from other members of their family. Abuse: a situation in which a person
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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangFall

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Coparenting, Stepfamily, Role Conflict

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12 Dec 2016
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Remarriage- the marriage that takes place after a previous marriage has ended. As the divorce rate increases, so does remarriage. Stepfamily- refers to
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UTMANT200H5Liye XieFall

ANT200H5 Lecture 13: Brief Notes from Nov. 14

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10 Dec 2016
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The area people live in expands in population. Most dense areas are about a 6 hr. drive from the border. Landforms i. e. high elevation or not close to
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UTMANT200H5Liye XieFall

ANT200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter pg. 103- 152: Conservative Force, Osteology, Ossification

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26 Nov 2016
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The places where a group lived, worked, played, and worshipped and obtained various materials at any time form a system of interrelated sites: settleme
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Psychology Today, Wilhelm Wundt, Behaviorism

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28 Sep 2015
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The term psychology came from two greek words -> psyche, the soul, and logos, the study of a subject. Psychology is as old as the human race. Term wasn
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