SOSC 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Jackson Katz, Sociology Of The Family, The Bell Curve

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Social science 1000 winter term study questions: Six of the following terms will appear on the exam. You will be required to define, and explain the significance of the course, of five of them. (10% each): the fur trade. Fur trade in canada and how it led to the exploration of the country and the formation of the oldest and largest company in canadian history: hudson"s bay. In fact, the history of the fur trade, hudson"s bay company and the exploration of canada are so intertwined that they cannot be separated: luddism. The beliefs of bands of early 19th-century english workmen that attempted to prevent the use of labour-saving machinery by destroying it. Biggest resistance of workers who feared that new technology will diminish employment. Movement began in 1811 and finished in 1817 workers who protested against. Industrial revolution were called luddites they feared technology, opposed technical changes, and acted in self-defence by destroying machines: race as a social construct.