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LAURENTIANSOCI-1015ELDr.Marianne VardalosWinter

SOCI-1015EL Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Structural Functionalism, Final Exam (Film), Social Inequality

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Module 4 chapters 6, 12, & 13. Aggregate: a collection of people who happen to be in the same place at the same time but share little else in common. C
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SOCI-1015EL- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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Federalism is an ideal structure of government for a nation whose citizens are divided by speci c values or interests such as culture, distance or reso
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SOCI-1015EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Canadian Multiculturalism Act, Pierre Trudeau, Immigration Policy

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Immigration and multiculturalism have enacted an important role in the upbringing of canada as a country. In this seminar, our group will be analyzing
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SOCI-1015EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Peter Hogg, Sukkot, Liberal Democracy

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The canadian charter of rights and freedoms section 2(a) promises to everyone the fundamental freedom of conscience and religion. Based on the ruling o
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SOCI-1015EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Dewan Negara, Seigneurial System Of New France, Royal Assent

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Federalism is an ideal structure of government for a nation whose citizens are divided by speci c values or interests such as culture, distance or reso
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LAURENTIANSOCI-2086ELAnas KarzaiWinter

SOCI-2086EL Study Guide - Final Guide: Ancient Germanic Law, Priestly Source, Book Of Leviticus

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SOCI-1015EL Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Egale Canada, Greenpeace, National Citizens Coalition

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Youth/children age 14-29; has been an underrepresentation of youth voters because they don"t vote. Political parties don"t reach out to the youth. Coul
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