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MACEWANSOCI-100Stephen SpeakeWinter

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mcdonaldization, Role Theory, Ideal Type

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19 Nov 2016
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Framework of cultural elements and social patterns that organize life: the (cid:862)rules(cid:863) Consists of: statuses and roles, social groups, soci
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MACEWANSOCI-225HayWinter

SOCI 225 Chapter 4: crime data textbook notes

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23 Jan 2017
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Depending on the area and crime type, the dark figure of crime can range from only a slight number to vast percentages. Researchers use methods such as
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MACEWANSOCI-100Stephen SpeakeWinter

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cultural Universal, Hyperreality, Ethnocentrism

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19 Nov 2016
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MACEWANSOCI-225HayWinter

SOCI-225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Actus Reus, Regulatory Offence, Mens Rea

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15 Jan 2017
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A crime consists of a prohibition against certain conduct and penal sanctions such as imprisonment, fines, probation or community service, to name a fe
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MACEWANSOCI-100Stephen SpeakeWinter

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Liquid Oxygen, Erving Goffman, Differential Association

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19 Nov 2016
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-individuals and social and state institutions participate in social control. -goal is to ensure conformity and compliance to societal norms. Social co
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MACEWANSOCI-100Stephen SpeakeWinter

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Auguste Comte, Interdisciplinarity, Social Forces

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29 Oct 2016
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Sociology asks us not to automatically trust what we see: there is more than meets the eye. Many social factors and experiences contribute to our every
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MACEWANSOCI-225HayWinter

SOCI-225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Criminology, Moral Panic

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6 Jan 2017
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MACEWANSOCI-100Stephen SpeakeWinter

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Authoritarian Personality, Ukrainian Canadians, Human Genome Project

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19 Nov 2016
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Sociological analyses of ethnicity and race matter because: people use them as identities, people use them to identify others, used to justify people"s
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MACEWANSOCI-100Stephen SpeakeWinter

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Participatory Action Research, Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning

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29 Oct 2016
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Low order thinking: memorizing, recalling, and paraphrasing. High order thinking: seeking evidence and extrapolating information from one domain and ap
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MACEWANSOCI-100MinakerFall

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Sociological Imagination, Feminist Sociology, Interdisciplinarity

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18 Oct 2017
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Part one: seeing and acting through the lens of sociology. Things are not what they seem: sociology asks us not to automatically trust what we see. (pg
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MACEWANSOCI-102ondineparkWinter

SOCI-102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Electronic Health Record, Sick Role, Iatrogenesis

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10 Apr 2017
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Chapter 10 health and illness as social problems: health state of complete social, mental, physical well being. Work hard for your future self. but a s
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MACEWANSOCI-100Stephen SpeakeWinter

SOCI-100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Social Studies, Thomas Kuhn, Corporatization

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29 Oct 2016
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Religion: a united system of beliefs and practices related to sacred things. Scientism: a world view that uses the insights of natural science to i(cid
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