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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Visible Minority, Rob Ford, Interracial Marriage

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SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Gordon Allport

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Social differentiation identifying biologically similar people as different. Noticed resistance strike, social movements etc. (feminism, gay movement)
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture 9: Inequality Structures

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We are operating from the assumption that inequality is a universal issue and conversely, equality which is highly desired and fought for, is unnatural
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Underemployment, High School Dropouts, Meritocracy

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Soc102h lecture 8 social mobility: ursula k. le guin is a famous science fiction writer who wrote this story where everyone rotates through their gende
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bourgeoisie, Social Isolation, Deskilling

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Class differentiation requires a lot of cultural creativity. Class consciousness is difficult to establish and maintain. Example: in canada, top 10% we
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Chain Migration, Remittance, Medieval Commune

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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Visible Minority, Interracial Marriage, Krahn People

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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cultural Imperialism, Social Network, Trans-Cultural Diffusion

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Soc102h1 lecture 4 flows: representatives of old order find new ideas threatening. 3) who adopts and acts on new ideas: change from globalization: Hist
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Wage Labour, Maquiladora, Meddle

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Its essential meaning is the interdependent economy of the world: many nations self-harm, role of violence in securing dominance of one nation over ano
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Push Girls

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Soc102h1 lecture 2 reasons for gender inequality: women as a subservient, underpaid gender, women making less rewarding educational and career choices.
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Balance Theory

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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes -White-Collar Crime, Social Inequality, Symbolic Interactionism

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Narratives of blame socially constructed accounts attached to groups, justify advantages/disadvantages. Social problem a social condition or pattern of
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Chapter 1 notes of Social Problems book.

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Chapter 1 what are social problems: social problem: a social condition or pattern of behaviour that is believed to warrant public concern and collectiv
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

Reading for Week 5. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 6

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Ppl practice ageism; direct or indirect discrimination against ppl based on their age. Modernization/industrialization brought ability for ppl to move
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Reading for Week 8. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 9

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Aronowitz; framing disease", social patterning of health and subjectivism. Thomas dictum; what we believe to be true is true in consequences. Medical s
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Chapter 4: Flows Chapter4 Inequality Structures

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Race & Ethnicity

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Social problems: chapter 3: race and ethnic relations. People view racial prejudice as unfair, tend to look for remedies. Since it is unfair, it create
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Symbolic Interactionism, Anomie

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SOC102H1 Chapter Notes -Homicide, Symbolic Interactionism, Human Capital

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Sex is a universal and ancient basis for social differentiation. All societies divide work and status along gender lines. The biological realities of t
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes -Ethnography, Social Issue, Exhibitionism

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A condition/pattern of behavior that warrants public concern/collective action. The rise of sociology itself coincided with the rise of modern societie
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Reading for Week 10. Book: Social Problems, Chapter: 10

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The kind of state plays a crucial role, a decentralized government (like canada"s) is less likely to wage war. Those that try to dominate civil society
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UTSGSOC102H1TeppermannWinter

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Social Disorganization Theory, Anomie

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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Emotional Contagion, Social Capital, Secret Society

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