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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangWinter

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Domestic Violence, Longitudinal Study, Habituation

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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangWinter

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Conflict Tactics Scale, Domestic Violence, Gang Rape

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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangFall

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Premarital Sex, Helicopter Parent, Sandwich Generation

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Middle life for parents considered the years between the ages of 40 and 64 is a period of reevaluation for their life course so far. By the end of the
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UTMSOC244H5Lina SamuelSummer

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Coureur Des Bois, Upper Class, Social Stratification

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Before the european arrival, the first nations were political, social and cultural entities built around kinship. Patrilineal: they recognized descent
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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangWinter

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Moral Authority, Secondary Sex Characteristic, Sandwich Generation

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Socialization practices are culture-specific as well as specific to the historical stage in which we live. Warmth and monitoring have been correlated w
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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangWinter

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nomic, Social Capital, Dental Emergency

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Chapter 4: effects of economic changes & inequalities on families. Not only are the rich getting richer, but the middle class is losing ground. Rise of
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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo Zhang

SOC244H5 Chapter 1-11: SOC244 NOTES (CHAPTERS 1-11)

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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangFall

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Casual Sex, Social Stigma, Child Custody

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A separation occurs when a couples relationship breaks down and the decide to live apart. Couple who separate maybe married to each other, or they may
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UTMSOC244H5Lina SamuelSummer

SOC244H5 Chapter 2: history and cultural diversity of Canadian families

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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangFall

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Savings Account, Pension, Physical Attractiveness

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Most societies have what is called a social timeclock, or a sense of the age range in which certain life events are supposed to happen. As a result, li
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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangFall

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Medical Investigation, Foster Care, Human Reproduction

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The social script: at some point in their lives, nearly all canadians will consider having children. Only 7% of canadian women do not intend to have an
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UTMSOC244H5Lina SamuelSummer

SOC244H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Family Values, Belongingness, Influence Of Mass Media

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Soc 244, changing families text -contemporary issues in family life. Family has lost some of its functions when compared to olden days when it was clos
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