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UOTTAWADVM 4150nadia AbuFall

DVM 4150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Family Reunification, Death Of Alan Kurdi, International Refugee Organization

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Private sponsorship of refugees: canada has the only permanent private refugee sponsorship, 1. 9 million refugees that need resettlement [not including
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UOTTAWADVM 4150nadia AbuFall

DVM 4150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Transnationalism, International Volunteering, Global Citizenship

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5 Oct 2017
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Jacquline BestFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: White Supremacy

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5 Oct 2017
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Jacquline BestFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Protection Racket, Wiping, Mercantilism

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5 Oct 2017
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Tilly"s definition of the modern state: centralized, differentiated organizations, control over the concentrated means of violence within a population
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UOTTAWAPOL 1101Jacquline BestFall

POL 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Jeremy Bentham, Decision-Making

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UOTTAWAPAP3902Jacqueline BestFall

PAP3902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Protection Racket, Wiping, Mercantilism

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15 Sep 2017
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UOTTAWAPAP3902Jacqueline BestFall

PAP3902 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: White Supremacy

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15 Sep 2017
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UOTTAWAPOL 2107wolfgangFall

POL 2107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stoicism

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15 Sep 2017
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Most people believe economics as more important today. Considered politics as the most important aspect, first culture to practice politics. Agora: whe
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UOTTAWADVM 4150nadia AbuFall

DVM 4150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Compost, Reforestation, Participatory Budgeting

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15 Sep 2017
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UOTTAWADVM 4150nadia AbuFall

DVM 4150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Essentialism, Invisibility, Gender Studies

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15 Sep 2017
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Beyond vulnerability and dependence: social age in development contexts. Younger and older people framed as vulnerable and dependent in many developmen
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UOTTAWASOC 3142Geoffrey Mc CarneyWinter

SOC 3142 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Frequency Distribution, Cumulative Frequency Analysis

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13 Jan 2017
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A picture really is worth a thousand words. Visually representing a distribution of scores as well as how to use different types of graphs to represent
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UOTTAWADVM 3130Mahmoud MasaeliWinter

DVM 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: International Development, Statism, Extreme Poverty

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13 Jan 2017
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Development as economic progress: main stream approach--harry truman. Has roots in the enlightenment movement: focus on rational/ intellectual movement
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Emergency Contraception, Fertility Awareness, Nichola Goddard

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29 Nov 2016
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2nd wave- emerged in the 70s, anti-war. Roots in the student, civil rights, and women"s movements of the (cid:883)96(cid:882)s and (cid:498)where are t
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UOTTAWAECO 2117Octavian StrimbuWinter

[ECO2117] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (39 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Assignments (4) ---15% (submit assignments on time to receive the remaining 3%) (2 before and 2 after the midterm: must be pdf or word format. Mid term
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UOTTAWAECO 2121Ram AcharyaWinter

[ECO2121] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (25 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Lecture #2: )ntroducing balance of payments in a country"s national account. An economy"s income is the same as expenditure because every transactions.
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Terry Eagleton, Raymond Williams, Rationality

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1 Nov 2016
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The mode of exploitation may thus be thought of as the mode of production(cid:495) of the ruling class, with the understanding that the energy expended
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Ethnology, Larsen Ice Shelf, Mount Everest

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1 Nov 2016
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The collapse of classic maya caused by lack of knowledge regarding soil morphology. Crowding onto valley terraces denuded trees, which denuded soil. Wi
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Acheulean, Brain Size, Aterian

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1 Nov 2016
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT1101 Chapter 1: Anthropology- chapter 1

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1 Nov 2016
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Anthropology is the study of humankind in all times and places. Anthropologist seek to produce reliable knowledge about people and their behavior, abou
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cro-Magnon, Hohle Fels, Upper Paleolithic

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1 Nov 2016
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Typological the result of the classification of things according to their physical characteristics. Paleomagnetism - the record of the earth"s magnetic
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lake Texcoco, Muskox, Nomadic Pastoralism

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1 Nov 2016
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Some foraging/ hunter gather groups are egalitarian, with no social ranking. Can have cultural ranking (gender/age division of labor etc. ) Some groups
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Passage Grave, Stone Age, Newgrange

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1 Nov 2016
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What does the content and medium of art reveal regarding the cultural components of the producers & audience. What technical information can be gleaned
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Logogram, Proto-Indo-European Language

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1 Nov 2016
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Language is a product of the brain, speech a product of the vocal tract. Language: a system of cultural knowledge used to generate and interpret speech
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Matrilocal Residence, Patrilocal Residence, Cheddar Man

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1 Nov 2016
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Kinship charts an ethnological and ethnographic tool. Kinship one of the most dominant institutions in many cultures. Recent genetic anthropological in
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cassava, Sedentism, Mudbrick

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1 Nov 2016
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The most basic and foundational agent of socialization. Families are the source of procreation and socialization of children. Learn dominant culture an
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Folsom, New Mexico, Paleo-Indians, Mastodon

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1 Nov 2016
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53 mile journey over the raised beds of the chuckti and bering seas. Geologists say was dry land between 25000-11000. Also dry land at a juncture of 75
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Liam KilmurrayFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: The Forest People, Emic And Etic, Franz Boas

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1 Nov 2016
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Heterosexuality, Heteronormativity, Domino Theory

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20 Oct 2016
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Textbook: chapter 5: strange sister in no man"s. In the mid-20th-century, second-wave feminism began to focus on issues of sexuality as one place where
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cultural Feminism, Heteronormativity, Visible Minority

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20 Oct 2016
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Liberal democratic ideas and the law: applied unequally. The transfer of traditional knowledge and languages was directly through marriage; the un huma
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Judith Butler, Genderqueer, Paradigm Shift

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20 Oct 2016
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2nd wave- emerged in the 70s, anti-war. Roots in the student, civil rights, and women"s movements of the (cid:883)96(cid:882)s and (cid:498)where are t
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Feminist Theory, Compulsory Heterosexuality, Symbolic Power

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20 Oct 2016
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM1100 Lecture 3: Feminism; lecture #3

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20 Oct 2016
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Connection between our day-to-day activities and experiences as women and larger processes. Important: l+s+r feminist theory have in common a commitmen
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Coitus Interruptus, Emergency Contraception, Heteronormativity

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20 Oct 2016
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Reproductive health; the ability to have a responsible safe and satisfying sex life and the capability to reproduce and the freedom to decide when and
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Centrism, Edward Said, Nichola Goddard

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20 Oct 2016
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Linking masculinities and violence against women, girls, boys and men: in order to adequately address gender-based violence, we have to address cultura
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Masculinity, Rape Myth, Sexual Objectification

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20 Oct 2016
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Feminism and violence: concentration camps, starved no enemies, and practiced no cruelties. Its battles have been for education, for the vote, for bett
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tina Fey, Sexual Objectification, Michelle Obama

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20 Oct 2016
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Analyzing the eyewitness reactions: how difference is racialized and (cid:494)racial stereotypes are mobilized to understand the threat(cid:495) Bill c
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UOTTAWAFEM 1100Anna BogicWinter

FEM 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bell Hooks, White Supremacy, Antifeminism

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20 Oct 2016
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Revisiting radical feminism: perceived as physically weak, of delicate health, vulnerably because of their. Radical feminism(cid:495)s criticism of dee
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UOTTAWAECO 2117Octavian StrimbuWinter

ECO2117 Lecture 7: ECO 2117 human apital

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19 Oct 2016
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Global linkages have increased through trade, aid, investment, remittances. Globalization process by which economies in the world become increasingly i
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UOTTAWAECO 2117Octavian StrimbuWinter

ECO 2117 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Infant Mortality, Demographic Transition, Diminishing Returns

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19 Oct 2016
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Components of population growth: natural increases in fertility and mortality birth rate (per 1000) Under 5 child mortality rates (per 1000) age struct
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UOTTAWAECO 2117Octavian StrimbuWinter

ECO 2117 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Marginal Utility, Human Development Index, Purchasing Power Parity

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19 Oct 2016
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In words [qualitative information: history, context, motivation. Steps in measurement process: concept [i. e. knowledge, indicator [i. e. literacy rate
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