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U OF GSOC 1500sFall

SOC 1500 Lecture Notes - Social Inequality, Internal Control, High Crime

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Differentiate between criminology and study of deviance. Criminality or deviance innate to the person at the genetic, biological, psychological level.
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U OF GSOC 1500sFall

SOC 1500 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Criminology, Social Distance, Labeling Theory

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7 Nov 2012
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Crime is a response of anger and frustration. Durkheim"s concept of anomie": lack of norms due to rapid social change. Merton"s theory of anomie: unive
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U OF GSOC 1500sFall

SOC 1500 Chapter Notes -White-Collar Crime, Relative Deprivation, Social Disorganization Theory

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7 Nov 2012
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Concepts of crime, law, and criminology1/31/2012 6:36:00 pm. People find out about crimes from media coverage. Criminal justice system: stages which of
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U OF GANTH 1150RFall

ANTH 1150 Chapter Notes -Acculturation, Enculturation, Intellectual Property

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7 Nov 2012
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Adaptation is the process by which organisms cope with environmental forces and stresses, such as those posed by climates and landscapes. Anthropology
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U OF GANTH 1150RFall

ANTH 1150 Lecture Notes - Ethnocentrism, Marcel Mauss, Franz Boas

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7 Nov 2012
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Four fields (archaeology, linguistics, biological anthropology, social/ These stand in a dynamic relationship with each other and with other discipline
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U OF GPSYC 2310Anneke OlthofFall

PSYC 2310 Lecture Notes - Albert Bandura, Ibm Officevision, Educational Psychologist

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7 Nov 2012
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Four goals of psychologists: describe, explain, predict, apply. Psychology: scientific study of behaviour and the mind. Behaviour: actions and response
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U OF GPSYC 2410Hank DavisFall

PSYC 2410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Scientific Method, Forego, Applied Behavior Analysis

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7 Nov 2012
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Learning is a process by which experience produces a relatively enduring change in an organism"s behaviour or capabilities. Classical conditioning (pav
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U OF GPSYC 2410Hank DavisFall

PSYC 2410 Lecture Notes - Histocompatibility, Facial Symmetry, Amygdala

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7 Nov 2012
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You probably assume that you learn to be what you are by culture. You think that you"re sexually a blank slate and your parents and friends and society
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U OF GPSYC 2410Hank DavisFall

PSYC 2410 Lecture Notes - Sociobiology, Lightning, Phonology

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7 Nov 2012
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Scientific psychology is how we do our stuff rather than what we do. John edwards turned grief into cash: pan and teller began as great magicians with
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