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U OF CCOMS 381Annie RuddFall

COMS 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Movable Type, Woodblock Printing, Technological Determinism

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18 Oct 2016
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A term that talks about the relationship people have with technology. Tends to be used in a negative way. The idea that technology causes certain effec
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U OF CCOMS 381Annie RuddFall

COMS 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Carte De Visite, Kodak, Daguerreotype

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18 Oct 2016
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We"(cid:396)e li(cid:448)i(cid:374)g i(cid:374) a ti(cid:373)e of (cid:862)i(cid:373)age glut(cid:863). On fb, we see 350 million photos uploaded per d
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U OF CCOMS 381Annie RuddFall

COMS 381 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Phoenician Alphabet, Walter J. Ong

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18 Oct 2016
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There are two ways to think of communication: transmission view: the transmission of signals or messages over long distances for the purposes of contro
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U OF CCOMS 381Annie RuddFall

COMS 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Swabia, Protestant Reformation, Indulgence

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18 Oct 2016
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Enormous cultural changes that brought changes to the perception of the churches authoritative presence. As scientific thought begins to undermine the
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 286-290: Human Nature

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18 Oct 2016
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Me(cid:374)(cid:272)ius (cid:449)as a co(cid:374)fu(cid:272)ia(cid:374) theorist (cid:449)ho"s (cid:449)orks (cid:449)ere (cid:272)olle(cid:272)ted o(c
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39-44: Indian Literature, Shudra, Vaishya

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18 Oct 2016
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The laws of manu were written between 200 and 100 bce and is considered one of the foremost sources of legal indian literature. The text deals with def
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Filial Piety, Golden Handcuffs, Natural Evil

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18 Oct 2016
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Dharma sustains order both social and cosmic. Liberation aka moksha (mukti) you are able to achieve this liberation when you are old enough to leave yo
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 47-130: Laius

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18 Oct 2016
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Oedipus by sophocles is a grecian play about fate. Within the play, king oedipus is approached about a plague that is affecting the people of thebes. O
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 279-286: Qin Dynasty, Chinese Theology, Analects

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18 Oct 2016
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Confucian thought has arguably been the dominant tradition of chinese theology for much of chinese history. During his lifetime, confucius and his theo
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Yudhishthira, Iliad, Golden Handcuffs

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18 Oct 2016
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Homer portrays certain characters in a distinct light. We also see hector, and priam as heroes. Strong, swift footed, courageous, charismatic, generous
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44-55: Dharma

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18 Oct 2016
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The bhagavad gita is a story about the purposes of life and death. It is told by sanjaya who is asked to report the story of arjuna, a warrior and lead
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U OF CCOMS 381Annie RuddFall

COMS 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phoenician Alphabet, Hieratic, Signify

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22 Sep 2016
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Some forms of writing are more permanent and more monumental than others. : it"s foreign to think about someone writing for the first time. In oral cul
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U OF CCMCL 301Shane HalaszFall

CMCL 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Yudhishthira, Hamartia, Iliad

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22 Sep 2016
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Homer portrays certain characters in a distinct light. We also see hector, and priam as heroes. Strong, swift footed, courageous, charismatic, generous
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U OF CCOMS 401Samantha ThriftSpring

COMS 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Human Sexual Activity, Stereotype, Germaine Greer

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24 May 2016
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A lot of the misconceptions on the word feminism lead to the generalisations of women who don"t cater to the male gaze, hate men, hate sex, focus on ca
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U OF CCOMS 401Samantha ThriftSpring

COMS 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Second-Wave Feminism, Third-Wave Feminism, Equal Rights Amendment

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24 May 2016
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Waves tend to be associated with a particular issue. Operated in the early 60"s and ended somewhere in the 80"s. Addressed a wide range of issues: repr
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U OF CCOMS 393Kirsten Louise EllisonSpring

COMS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sick Role

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24 May 2016
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If you are unable to change your risk factor and behaviour to prevent disease, you are doomed as a failure. What is critical to individuals is self con
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U OF CPOLI 201Dr.JordaanWinter

POLI 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Liberal Democracy, Totalitarianism, New Public Management

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26 Apr 2016
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They also deal with international organizations, ngo"s, religious movements etc . International state system is a formal anarchy decentralized system w
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U OF CPOLI 201Dr.JordaanWinter

POLI 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Proportional Representation, Polyarchy, Liberal Democracy

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26 Apr 2016
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The rule of law is the principle that adds everyone in a state, including the executive to an umbrella underneath the law. It is the belief that all ac
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U OF CPOLI 201Dr.JordaanWinter

POLI 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: New Public Management, Rational Agent, David Easton

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26 Apr 2016
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Institution is the rule of the game in a society, it is a set of rules to society follows. Includes institutions of government political parties, inter
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U OF CPOLI 201Dr.JordaanWinter

POLI 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Single Transferable Vote, Plurality Voting System, Liberal Democracy

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26 Apr 2016
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U OF CPOLI 201Dr.JordaanWinter

POLI 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Middle Ages

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26 Apr 2016
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Law is the rule of human conduct that is enforced by specific communities and societies. This is done through coercion or violence if necessary. Retrib
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U OF CPOLI 201Dr.JordaanWinter

POLI 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Planned Economy, Totalitarianism, Authoritarianism

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26 Apr 2016
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Autocracy is a governmental system that represents the will of one party or person in ruling a state. This body is not held responsible to anyone or an
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U OF CPOLI 201Dr.JordaanWinter

POLI 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Monarchy Of The United Kingdom, Constitution Of The United Kingdom, Constitutionalism

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26 Apr 2016
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A constitution is a set of concrete rules that create, structure, and define the limits of government power and authority. Constitutions establishe rul
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U OF CCOMS 203Samantha ThriftWinter

COMS 203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kenneth Burke, Dramatism, Scapegoating

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22 Apr 2016
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Guilt is purged through mortification (on yourself) and victimage (someone else). Dramatistic pentad used to determine motive act, scene, agent, agency
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U OF CCOMS 203Samantha ThriftWinter

COMS 203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Standpoint Theory, Double Consciousness

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22 Apr 2016
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As members of society we all participate in common social world. However society is comprised of social groups which occupy different places in the soc
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U OF CCOMS 203Samantha ThriftWinter

COMS 203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Erving Goffman, Impression Management, Symbolic Interactionism

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22 Apr 2016
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Based on the idea that performance is a part of everyday life. That people act based off of social script. Me is represented in this as it allows indiv
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U OF CCOMS 203Samantha ThriftWinter

COMS 203 Study Guide - Final Guide: George Gerbner, Tvnz 2, Marshall Mcluhan

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22 Apr 2016
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Theory developed by aristotle: the theory that the art of speaking is an attempt too persuade others, to inform, or to motivate. Because of this, somet
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY209 Lecture 16: Glaciers Lecture part 2

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15 Apr 2016
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Much of north american terrain was covered by ice. The period of ice age started about 2 and a half million years ago. A beter record of iming is scene
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Large Low-Shear-Velocity Provinces, Laramide Orogeny, Oceanic Crust

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14 Apr 2016
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There are gaps in earth"s rock record that do not provide a concise and clear descripion of how old the earth is. The gap in earth history known as the
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Deep Time, Uniformitarianism, Nonconformist

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12 Apr 2016
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Deep ime is the concept that the earth is much older than what have seen it to be. James huton, and enlightenment age thinker challenged the idea that
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Convergent Boundary, Continental Drift, Fault Scarp

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11 Apr 2016
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Mountains, unlike hot spots do not form out of nowhere. Rather they form in clusters and groupings known as belts or orgens. Forming belts not only rai
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Mesozoic, Gobi Desert, Dinosaur Provincial Park

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11 Apr 2016
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Very diverse group that holds crocodiles and birds. Which ruled the terrestrial realm for many years. Dinosaurs share features of the skull, hips, and
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: San Andreas Fault, Moment Magnitude Scale, Seismology

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8 Apr 2016
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A sudden slip on a fault (when one rock slips past another) occurs on an already exising fault. A sudden change in the arrangement of atoms occurs with
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Mercalli Intensity Scale, Seismic Wave, Hypocenter

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8 Apr 2016
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The place where rock breaks and causes an earthquake is called the focus or the hypocenter. Directly above this point is called the epicenter. When fau
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Metasomatism, Hornfels, Metamorphism

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8 Apr 2016
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Metamorphic rocks form when the crust is exposed to rising pressure and temperature condiions. Pre-exising rock that is changes due to a new assemblage
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bedform, Turbidity, The Empire Strikes Back

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8 Apr 2016
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Rock that forms near the surface of the earth. Most of the earth"s surface is sedimentary rock. Relects physical and chemical characterisic of source e
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Igneous Rock, Sulfur Dioxide, Lava Lake

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8 Apr 2016
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A volcano is a mountain constructed by the erupion of molten rock from earth"s interior. Volcanoes are a direct consequence of plate tectonics and mant
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Amphibole, Andesite, Xenolith

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7 Apr 2016
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Igneous acivity occurs in four seings: isolated mantle plume hot spots, volcanic arcs bordering deep ocean trenches, mid-ocean ridges, and coninental r
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Biomineralization, Crystal Habit

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6 Apr 2016
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Minerals are naturally occurring mineral substances that are formed by geologic processes, with a deinable chemical composiion and an internal structur
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U OF CGLGY 209Alan Russell HildebrandWinter

GLGY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Aragonite, Biogenic Substance, Chemical Equation

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6 Apr 2016
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Deiniion: any naturally occurring, inorganic element or compound having a periodically repeaing arrangement of atoms and characterisic chemical composi
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