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UTSGJGI216H1Matthew TurnerFall

Swanson Reading

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The regulation of indigenous beggars and street vendors in ecuador. Rural-to-urban migration is a popular strategy for indigenous peoples from the cent
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UTSGJGI216H1Matthew TurnerFall

Reading Summary for Lecture 9

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18 May 2011
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Impact of the new urban order" on sexualised spaces in cities. Global cities; to think of urban sexual citizenship and identities theses cities are pro
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 10. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 10

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16 May 2011
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The kind of state plays a crucial role, a decentralized government (like canada"s) is less likely to wage war. Those that try to dominate civil society
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 10. Book: Sense of Sociability, Chapter: 12

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16 May 2011
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What shaped tepperman"s understanding of politics: barrington moore; social origins of dictatorship and democracy. Deals with class relations and effec
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sigmund Freud

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16 May 2011
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T. h. dixon; societal problems (i. e. war) are the results of complex interactions of # of factors. Lorenz; all animals are violent, humans show it thr
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Social Disorganization Theory, Anomie

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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 9 Notes

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16 May 2011
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Crime; break rules/laws, sanctions are attached that requires the state. 3 questions by sociologists: why commit crime, relation to inequality, what is
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 8. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 9

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16 May 2011
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Aronowitz; framing disease", social patterning of health and subjectivism. Thomas dictum; what we believe to be true is true in consequences. Medical s
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 8. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 8

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16 May 2011
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Addiction not related to frequency of use, but rather with difficulty in controlling use. 3. 1% moderate, 0. 7% severe gambling problems in ontario. Cp
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Erving Goffman

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16 May 2011
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Hold control over allocation of blame?? (kinda like court of law) power kinda of doctor notes. Talcott parsons; to claim to be sick is to lay a claim t
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 7. Book: Sense of Sociability, Chapter: 7

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16 May 2011
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Every region, nation or empire is defined by political, ecological, economic, social and cultural units. Nations are political units, when the nation a
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 7 Notes

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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 6. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 14

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16 May 2011
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To solve problems we don"t need fewer ppl, but better educated ppl. Population growth and imperfections on how societies are run; worsen urban problems
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 6. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 5

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16 May 2011
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Public discussion of alternative sexualities are influenced by thinking of human rights. The general view on homosexuality has shifted over generations
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 6 Notes

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16 May 2011
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Routine activity theory: highest crime/victimization where likely offender and suitable targets converge, also where guardians are absent. Population d
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 5. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 6

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16 May 2011
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Ppl practice ageism; direct or indirect discrimination against ppl based on their age. Modernization/industrialization brought ability for ppl to move
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 5. Book: Sense of Sociability, Chapter: 4

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16 May 2011
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Karl mannheim (the problem of generations); generation is a social location that has potential to affect ppl"s consciousness. Being born in the same ye
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 5 Notes

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16 May 2011
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Age is a cultural category; its meaning varies historically and cross culturally. Certain social distance between ppl of diff ages [mannheim"s generati
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 4. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 3

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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 4 Notes

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16 May 2011
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Race, certain physical genetic feature, colour, hair texture, etc. Ethnic; not physically identifiable, not defined physical features, self-perception
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 3. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 4

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16 May 2011
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The degree to which diff societies enact these roles varies greatly (low-fertile societies; distinction fades, women also breadwinners) based on their
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 3. Book: Sense of Sociability, Chapter: 3

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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 3 Notes

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Gender: social expectations for men or women (due to social constructions). In societies with low fertility, there is less dramatization of gender equa
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 2. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 2

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16 May 2011
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Economic inequality; large diff in income and wealth across individuals and groups within society and diff in economic power of nations. Marx"s theory
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 2. Book: Sense of Sociability, Chapter: 6

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This chapter is about how social order is affected by class conflict. Social class is not defined by income, rather groups of ppl who share a common ec
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 1. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 1

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16 May 2011
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Social problem: a social condition or pattern of behaviour that is believed to warrant public concern and collection action. Social rallies don"t merel
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 2 Notes

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Whoever control the means of production; controls everybody, life and death. In every different society, the view on social class varies according to t
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 1. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 1

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16 May 2011
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Social problem: a social condition or pattern of behaviour that is believed to warrant public concern and collection action. Social rallies don"t merel
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Lecture 1 Notes

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Inequality: quality of being unevequal , something higher than something else. We show thers a big distribution of ppl having lots and ppl having littl
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