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SFUSA 420Andrew WisterSpring

SA 420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Demographic Transition, Population Ageing

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Week 4 (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) Individual level are combined in these patterns and they are significant and can affect
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SFUSA 420Andrew WisterSpring

SA 420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Poorhouse, Acculturation, Industrial Revolution

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24 Mar 2016
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Values are criteria used to judge behaviour (e. g. , dependency). (cid:1) Norms are expectations of behaviour (e. g. , older people should relinquish t
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SFUSA 420Andrew WisterSpring

SA 420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dementia, Hearing Aid, Social Stratification

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24 Mar 2016
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Chapter 1: aging issues related o population dynamics- country wide or population wide or individual experiences: conceptual and theoretical framework
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SFUSA 316Robert WyllieSpring

SA 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sex Tourism, Sardar, Human Capital

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24 Mar 2016
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Basically its like you fake with your tourists and try to give them false haunsle that make them happy. Mixophobia means the drive towards similarity a
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SFUSA 316Robert WyllieSpring

SA 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Late Modernity, Consumerism

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24 Mar 2016
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First, the tourist syndrome is a metaphor for contemporary living in liquid modernity and second, tourism is referred to as a substitute satisfaction o
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rary, Giovanni Da Pian Del Carpine, Sketch Comedy

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24 Mar 2016
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Week 10 they hold a mirror to the culture, showing us our (and their) frailties and foibles, eliciting the laughter of recognition. (cid:1) In the sket
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Aam Aadmi Party, Bhau-Beej, September 11 Attacks

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24 Mar 2016
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We, i, and you serve as rhetorical devices to bind himself with the country. Important rhetorical use (cid:1) national culture under attack, the constr
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Wage War, Groomsman, Jeane Kirkpatrick

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24 Mar 2016
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Fox news presented former un ambassador and reagan administration apologist jeane kirkpatrick, who rolled out a simplified version of samuel huntington
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Judith Butler, Discourse Analysis, Thesis Statement

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24 Mar 2016
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Wen we read and the question can be answered we need to see where we are trying to get (cid:1) Pull out notes from the course readings and chapter. Def
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Paralanguage, Afzal Guru, In Step

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24 Mar 2016
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Erving Goffman, Judith Butler, Victim Blaming

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24 Mar 2016
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Refers to agency and the link between discourse: Lawerence grossberg prvides a definition of agency to mean th product of an individuals insertion into
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Semiotics

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24 Mar 2016
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Symptom of culture: garber- suggests that we ought to consider how meaning gets associated with words. (cid:1) She argues that meaning gets associated
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture 2: Week 2

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24 Mar 2016
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4 assignments: (cid:1) to mimic: put tings on the page. 50 mins: or upload words: understanding words: transitions through time, how it (cid:1) (cid:1)
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SFUCMNS 304WMilan SinghSpring

CMNS 304W Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Semiotics, Erving Goffman

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24 Mar 2016
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Talks about how we behave in everyday life. Understanding and subcultures and (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) what did we ask people. What happens when things
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