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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Michael Wesch, Webcam

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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Radiophobia, Nuclear And Radiation Accidents And Incidents, International Nuclear Event Scale

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Nuclear accident releasing huge amounts of radiation into the environment. Political communication tool for the nuclear industry: a report: claims that
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Industrial Revolution, Environmental Racism, Love Canal

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17 Apr 2013
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Environmental Crime, Global Warming

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Anchored by 2 core values: material wealth creation economic growth, humans have inalienable right to dominate nature harness environment to that end.
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Rationality, Liberation Society, Food Security

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Major focus of the sociology of the environment: conflict between environmentalists and their opponents in industry and science. Support for environmen
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - September 11 Attacks, Three Links, Pentagon

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17 Apr 2013
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War organized, armed conflict between people of various societies directed by their governments. Military industrial communications complex close assoc
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -World Trade Organization, Collateral Damage

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Private companies have become major players in all types of warfare. In failed states, corporations re gaining the civic and political loyalty that sho
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Information Revolution, Terrorism Acts, Elite

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Economics and politics are social institutions, a major sphere in social life, or societal subsystem, organized to meet human needs. Economy social ins
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Welfare Capitalism, Information Revolution, Invisible Hand

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Organizes production, distribution and consumption of goods and services. Agricultural revolution: 5000 years ago harness animals to ploughs, generate
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Human Capital Flight, Economic Inequality, Social Inequality

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The uses of global poverty: how economic inequality benefits the west. Original article: herbert gans (1971): the uses of poverty: the poor pay all . P
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Chapter Notes -Grammatical Gender, Intersection Theory, Matriarchy

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17 Apr 2013
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Gender personal traits and social positions that members of society attach to being a female or male: dimension of social organization, involves hierar
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Longrun, Shortage, Negative Relationship

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17 Apr 2013
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Defined not by length of time, but rather according to which variables are assumed to change. Technology and factor supplies are constant affects y: pp
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Human Capital, Arbitrage, Comparative Advantage

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17 Apr 2013
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Case for international trade importance: rate at which people trade stuff has exponentially increased more than the rate at which people produce stuff.
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Mark Carney, Core Inflation, Open Market Operation

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17 Apr 2013
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Original proposal: buy all the toxic assets (at the taxpayers expense) to remove responsibility from the banks. If you only bail out the ones that are
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Demand Curve, Efficiency Wage, Unemployment

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17 Apr 2013
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Structural mismatch in skills, industry or location between available jobs and unemployed workers. Frictional results from turnover in the labour marke
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UBCCOMM 292Leah SheppardWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes -Loop Jump, Job Satisfaction, Radical Change

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17 Apr 2013
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Mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, global competition, management and/or organization structure. Integrating different function areas, modifying the
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UBCCOMM 292Leah SheppardWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes -Transformational Leadership, List Of Corporate Collapses And Scandals, Management

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17 Apr 2013
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Maintains and allocates resources reforming the system: plans strategy and tactics. Exhibits leading behavior: acts to bring make others maintain stand
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UBCCOMM 292Leah SheppardWinter

Ch 12 - Decision Making, Creativity & Ethics

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Decision the choice made from two or more alternatives. Decision making reaction to a problem or opportunity. Problem discrepancy between some current
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UBCCOMM 292Leah SheppardWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes -Good Governance, Ceo Succession, Absenteeism

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17 Apr 2013
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Organizational structure defines how job tasks are formally divided, grouped, and coordinated. Structure determines the reporting relationships of peop
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UBCSOCI 100Debra PentecostWinter

SOCI 100 Lecture Notes - Social Conflict, Individualism, Natural Resource

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13 Feb 2013
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Post wwii: first world: high income, industrial, second world: socialist, third world: non-industrialized, low income. Present: high, middle, low incom
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UBCCOMM 292Leah SheppardWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes -Organizational Culture, Dominant Culture, Ethical Movement

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Understanding of how things are done around here . Sets tone for organization"s operations and how people interact within the organization. Organizatio
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UBCCOMM 292Leah SheppardWinter

COMM 292 Chapter Notes -Alternative Dispute Resolution, Problem Solving, Ideal Solution

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12 Feb 2013
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If no one is aware of a conflict, then it is generally agreed that there is no conflict. Involves opposition or incompatibility and some form of intera
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Chapter Notes -Capital Good, Street Sweeper, Unemployment Benefits

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Production occurs in stages: some firms produce outputs that are used as inputs by other firms, and these other firms, in turn, produce outputs that ar
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Chapter Notes -Frictional Unemployment, Potential Output, Output Gap

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Macroeconomics study of the determination of economic aggregates such as total output, total employment, the price level and the rate of economic growt
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Autonomous Consumption, Real Interest Rate, Aggregate Demand

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11 Feb 2013
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The ad-as model: a theoretical model of national income (y) and the price. Describe the demand side of the economy by constructing a model of aggregate
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Opportunity Cost, Human Capital, Decision Rule

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Factors of production used to produce goods and services that are available for consumption. Labour human capital: capital manufactured aids to product
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Gross Domestic Product, Annual Percentage Rate, Structural Unemployment

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National income is typically measured by measuring the economy"s input. Gross domestic product (gdp) most common output measure: gdp can be measured us
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Ceteris Paribus, Giffen Good, Conspicuous Consumption

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11 Feb 2013
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Amount of a good or service that consumers want to purchase. Not necessarily how much they are able to actually purchase. Price and qd are negatively r
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Income Approach, Unemployment Benefits, Public Health

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The measurement of national income is central to our understanding of the level of economic activity. We can measure national income indirectly by meas
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UBCECON 102Lanny ZrillWinter

ECON 102 Lecture Notes - Invisible Hand

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The study of the use of scarce resources to satisfy unlimited human wants. Preferred definition: a way of thinking about all human behavior. Applicatio
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Hyperbole, Inculturation, Traditional Ecological Knowledge

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11 Feb 2013
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Sitting down at a table your paper. Trying to establish state of knowledge what is known about a subject: usually in the introduction (not research pro
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Chapter Notes -Apposition

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11 Feb 2013
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It is not only the writers who take a position in the research community, but so do the readers. Definition and apposition means of negotiating the spa
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Hypermasculinity, Edward Said, Commodification

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Orientalism and saving" the us state identity after 9/11. Saving questioning if the us state identity is actually being saved. Read abstract author s o
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Maher Arar, Mae, Expert System

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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

Ch 5 - Challenging Situations for Summarizers

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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Chapter Notes -Terry Eagleton

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Successful writing depends on the upon readers" recognition of features of the genre. Summary important and highly recognizable feature of the research
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Imagined Communities

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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

Ch 4 - Summary

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Need to examine citation in order to understand summary. Summarizing bringing to the page the voices you read. Noting what we predict should be remembe
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

Genre

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Voice style of expression serves the situation from which it arises. Different texts/passages are a different representations of distinct occasions in
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UBCENGL 112Kim TrainorWinter

ENGL 112 Lecture Notes - Jargon

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