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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinSummer

Wind-Lecture6.doc

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Cyclones forming over the open sea in polar regions (usually cold but need warm temp. to be heated to. Sometimes called arctic hurricanes due to well d
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinSummer

EESA09H3 Lecture Notes - Ted Fujita, Ice Core, Funnel Cloud

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Wind essa09 lecture 5: thunderstorms and tornadoes. Caused by surface heating: suburban areas around the gta are getting more warmer than the areas in
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinSummer

EESA09H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Alberta Clipper, Concept Map, Andrea Gail

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Relatively rare return rate to great lakes. Data readily available on web (i. e. , environment canada) Examine records of hurricanes in north america (
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinSummer

Wind Lecture3.doc

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North american term (atlantic hurricanes, eastern pacific hurricanes: taino language of caribbean meaning god of evil . Typhoon: term used in western p
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinSummer

EESA09H3 Lecture Notes - Air Mass (Solar Energy), Jet Stream, Advection

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1 Jul 2013
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Differences in air pressure, vertical or horizontal. Differences in pressure forms a pressure gradient force: two isobars creates the pressure gradient
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinSummer

EESA09H3 Lecture Notes - Thermosphere, Thermal Expansion, Pressure-Gradient Force

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1 Jul 2013
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Destructiveness tornadoes, hurricanes: 165 tornadoes in 24 hours, 194 dead in alabama in april 2011. Power source wind power wind chill, local cooling
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cultural Capital, Social Exclusion, The Hidden Curriculum

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6 Jun 2011
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It argues that inequality is useful and inevitable. This theory is wrong in a certain way and it is not liked by leftist because of what it argues. As
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Achieved Status, Ascribed Status, Closed System

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6 Jun 2011
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Social stratification is the study of social inequality and who gets what. It is often is a small relationship but a consistent one: the field defined:
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Vertical Integration, Horizontal Integration

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Conflict Theories, Social Exchange Theory, Ethnomethodology

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6 Jun 2011
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Lecture 8 goffman: play: look back in anger by john osborne. The play was written by an angry young man that came back from the war. Because the people
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

Lecture 7

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

Lecture 5

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Social cohesion vs. torn social fabric e. g. hamburg, germany: turks almost completely separate from german population. They came to work temporarily b
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

Lecture 4

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Lecture 4 applying methods to violence and the media. While the question of whether the media causes increased violence seems easy to answer, it is not
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Participant Observation, Dependent And Independent Variables, Grounded Theory

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6 Jun 2011
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Field research: research based on the observation of people in their natural settings. Detached observation: involves classifying and counting the beha
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

Lecture 2

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Applying the sociological perspective: social solidarity and anomie. Purpose: to show that suicide rates are powerfully affected by social relations. S
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarSummer

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Greatest Generation, Millennials, Silent Generation

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6 Jun 2011
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For sheer lack of intelligibility, sociology is far and away the number one subject. Suppose you observed that children cry when they fall down. You wr
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 7 - Ungar

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Many of chinese people came to canada by way of relative sponsorship means that they had a certain kinship ties that could be used a basis for business
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 10 - Ungar

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Global bird flu communication: hot crisis and media reassurance. 3 stages of discourse: sounding the alarm- fearful claim making, mixed-messages- conti
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Social Stigma, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill

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27 Apr 2011
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Welfare system based on a hierarchy of deservedness creates hardships for mothers who have to prove they deserve welfare. These struggles began after t
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 5 - Ungar

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27 Apr 2011
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Goffman contends that individuals seek to convey idealized and, in most instances, self- enhancing impressions to others. Individuals prefer to present
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 18 - Brym

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27 Apr 2011
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 the turn of the twenty first century was thick with movies about the blurred line separating reality from fantasy. - an example of this is the matrix
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Cultural Capital, Symbolic Interactionism, Credentialism And Educational Inflation

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27 Apr 2011
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Education system second in importance to family. More than half the people in developing countries are illiterate. In the 1900s canada and us were firs
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 8 - Brym

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Patterns of social inequality: you don"t have to work hard to get rich, since you inherit it, hard work doesn"t make you rich, structure of society cau
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 5 - Brym

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Involves people communicating face to face or via computer and acting and reacting in relation to other people. Status: a recognized social position an
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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

SOCA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Symbolic Interactionism, George Herbert Mead, Lawrence Kohlberg

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The connections between early childhood development and adult personality are more complex than freud assumed: many sociologists criticize freud for ge
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