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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: North American Free Trade Agreement, Canadian Content, Mass Media

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23 Mar 2016
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Mass media: the technology that makes mass communication possible, it includes the printing press, radio, television, photocopier, and camera among oth
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Symbolic Interactionism, Role Theory, Role Conflict

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23 Mar 2016
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Social scripts: those culturally constructed, socially enforced practices that we are all expected to follow when we interact in social situations. Gui
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Talcott Parsons, Premarital Sex, Symbolic Interactionism

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23 Mar 2016
26
Family: any social unit, or set of social relations that does what families are popularly imagined to do, by whatever means to do so. View family as a
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Protestant Work Ethic, Symbolic Interactionism, Cultural Studies

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23 Mar 2016
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Symbolic Interactionism, Herbert Blumer, Social Control Theory

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23 Mar 2016
13
Two social revolutions were especially important for the growth of sociology. The industrial revolution: changed people"s live by drawing them into har
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Totem, Ope, Opiate

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23 Mar 2016
13
Religion is merely a social construction, like everything else, to a sociologist. Secularization: the changing process where religion plays less of a r
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: The Civilizing Process, Voluntary Association, Johan Huizinga

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23 Mar 2016
27
Governments: social institutions that oversee our lives and ensure social order. Humans have invented cultures and built complex societies, we have cre
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Thomas Robert Malthus, Georg Simmel, Dennis Meadows

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23 Mar 2016
22
Urban life is different than rural life, and population size matters. Rural towns become big cities with larger populations and the built environment o
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: George C. Homans, Marcus Cunliffe, Political Sociology

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23 Mar 2016
15
Politics: the processes by which individuals and groups act to promote their interests. Citizenship developed out of the relative freedom of city life,
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UTSGSOC101Y1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Christopher Jencks, Hidden Curriculum, David Riesman

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23 Mar 2016
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Credentialism: the rising need for ever more sophisticated educational qualifications. Tests are universally used to allocate resources to people and p
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