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UTSGSOC100H1Rachel La ToucheFall

SOC100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Assortative Mating, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Thick Description

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25 Sep 2018
Importance of social research: to make good political decisions, need to collect and analyze data about society (drawing conclusions in systematic logi
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UTSGSOC103H1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC103H1 Chapter Notes -Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Sea Ice, Public Sociology

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11 Jan 2013
Fisher: university/faculty advocate academic views only, retain integrity. Can collective action vs. relevant educational issues: obligation: present s
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UTSGSOC103H1Lorne TeppermanSummer

SOC103H1 Chapter Notes -Herbert Blumer, White Anglo-Saxon Protestant, Erving Goffman

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11 Jan 2013
Society the largest-scale human group, whose members interact w/ one another, share a common geographic territory, and share common institutions. Macro
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Multidimensional System, Primate City, Global City

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14 Apr 2013
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UTSGSOC103H1Jasmin HristovWinter

SOC103H1 Chapter 1: Tutorial 1- Relational Analysis Framework, Theoretical Fields and Basics of Sociology (Jan 19, 2016)

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20 Jan 2016
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UTSGSOC101Y1Christian O.CaronFall

SOC101Y1 Chapter Notes -Altruistic Suicide, Solidarity, Social Forces

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7 Dec 2013
We all know that might die at any moment, and that knowledge makes us anxious. We react to this anxiety by denying death. Denial of death takes on many
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanSummer

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

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11 Jan 2013
Narratives of blame socially constructed accounts attached to groups, justify advantages/disadvantages. Social problem a social condition or pattern of
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UTSGSOC100H1La ToucheFall

SOC100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Critical Race Theory, Ethnic Group, Visible Minority

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27 Oct 2017
Ethnicity : the existence of social groups with shared national or cultural traditions. Belonging to the same group by virtue of a common birthplace, a
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UTSGSOC218H1Eric FongFall

Theory of Immigrant Adaptation - Transnational Assimilation

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28 Nov 2011
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UTSGSOC312H1Brent BerryWinter

SOC312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Indian Register, Canadian Prairies, Spatial Analysis

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7 Apr 2014
Migration in demography migration is usually understood to have 3 main components: the crossing of administrative boundaries, long distance travel, per
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SOC100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Gluttony, Performativity, List Of Universities In Canada

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26 Oct 2017
Predicting the end of men and triumph of women. Example: rapid growth of higher education for women. University: late 19th century women began to becom
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Chapter 1 notes of Social Problems book.

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3 Feb 2011
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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