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MUNSOCI 2000Gerald WhiteWinter

SOCI 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Transit Police, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, G4S

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Policing: the activities of any individual or organization acting legally on behalf of public or private organizations or persons to maintain security
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MUNPOSC 2200Russell WilliamsWinter

POSC 2200 Chapter Notes -Arms Control, Liberal Internationalism, Cosmopolitanism

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Anarchy- a system operating in the absence of any central government. Does not imply chaos, but in realist theory the absence of political authority. A
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MUNSOCI 2000Gerald WhiteWinter

SOCI 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Network Congestion, Standing Army, Statute Of Winchester

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MUNPSYC 3250susanwallingFall

PSYC 3250 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Brain Tumor, Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, Substantia Nigra

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A tumour or neoplasm (cid:894)(cid:862)(cid:374)e(cid:449) gro(cid:449)th(cid:863)(cid:895) is a (cid:373)ass of (cid:272)ells that gro(cid:449) i(cid:
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MUNSCWK 1710Mike DevineFall

SCWK 1710 Chapter 12: SCWK 1710 Ch 12

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MUNPSYC 1000HebertFall

PSYC 1000 Chapter 1-50: Key Terms

Evolutionary psychology- field of study that examines how the process of evolution has shaped the body and brain via the interaction of our genes and t
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MUNSCWK 1710Mike DevineFall

SCWK 1710 Chapter 3: SCWK 1710 Ch 3

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MUNSOCI 2000Gerald WhiteWinter

SOCI 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Crime Prevention, Sexual Orientation, World Of A Song Of Ice And Fire

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MUNSCWK 1710Mike DevineFall

SCWK 1710 Chapter 2: SCWK 1710 Ch 2

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MUNSCWK 1710Mike DevineFall

SCWK 1710 Chapter 7: SCWK 1710 Ch 7

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MUNPSYC 1000Elizabeth RussellFall

PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Inductive Reasoning, Scientific Method, Falsifiability

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Two characteristics all science share are: similar principles/beliefs about how to best understand the world, they rely on the scientific method. Scien
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MUNSCWK 1710Mike DevineFall

SCWK 1710 Chapter 1: SCWK 1710 Ch 1

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