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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

NS - Chapter 14 – Deviance and Crime.docx

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One way of conceptualizing crime or deviance is to emphasize its rule-breaking qualities, focusing in particular on its behavioral dimensions. Sociolog
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

NS - Chapter 19 – Globalization.docx

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Globalization: is a social, economic and political process that makes it easier for people, goods and capital to travel around the world at an unpreced
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

NS - Chapter 18 – Politics and Social Movements.docx

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Democracy involves a two-way process of control between the state (the set of institutions that formulate and carry out a country"s law, policies and b
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

NS - Chapter 11 – Work and Occupations.docx

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Nonstandard jobs: part-time, contractual, and seasonal work; multiple job holding; work secured through a temporary worker agency and self-employed. Th
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Tina FetnerSummer

SOCIOL 1A06 Chapter Notes -Meritocracy, Working Mother, Risk Society

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C h a p t e r 9. All these changes were in response to social realities. People recognized broad physical differences between groups of people, but the
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

SOCIOL 1A06 Chapter Notes -Siq, Mass Media

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Chapter 24 news, truth, and the problem of corporate crime by john mcmullan. Explosion in coal mine killed 26 miners in 1992 in plymouth nova scotiacur
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaFall

SOCIOL 1A06 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Erik Olin Wright, Gerhard Lenski, Social Stratification

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Social hierarchy in stratified societies: social stratification in one form or another exists in all societies. In a meritocracy everyone would have eq
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

SIQ - Chapter 23.docx

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African canadians have complained of being stopped by cops, for years. Canadian law enforcement officials have rejected such claims. The star found bla
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaFall

Ch.1 SIQ

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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

NS - Chapter 15 – Population and Urbanization.docx

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Until the industrial revolution, cities were incapable of supporting more than about 5 percent of the total societal population, largely because of the
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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaFall

Ch.3 SIQ

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MCMASTERSOCIOL 1A06Sandra ColavecchiaWinter

SIQ - chapter 24.docx

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News, truth, and the problem of corporate crime: Media, examined between 1992 and 2002, along with the changing news articles. When it comes to devianc
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