But seriously bless this google doc, thanks to Amanda for putting it together! :)
Good luck everyone!.Thanks for putting this doc together guys.fucking life
savers I didnt go to a single class
Who else is ready for this class to be over?
Yeeeesssss! A lit
Hey Class, So I thought it would be helpful to make a google doc for this class, I have compiled
some of my class notes onto this but I still have a few more to type up (the ones I wrote on
paper) which I can add tomorrow or feel free to add what you have
Worldviews and Thinking Ecologically
importance of ethics, values
we need to consider the consequences of certain value orientations
concept of worldviews to help us understand how we have, and do now, think about nature
Worldview as a .
Sea Sick, Chapter 10: Finding Hope
Reference, because we will need it:
Mitchell, A. (20090. Finding Hope. In Sea Sick: The Global Ocean in Crisis, (3) 185 - 199.
Toronto, ON: McClelland & Stewart Limited.
The first page is chapter notes and the second is
Essay #1: Insitutionalists Prespective but Requires neccessary changes
Define Global Environmental Governance and its important
Globalization: (Chapter 2)
Started in 1960s
Critical force driving global affairs
Something to keep in mind: Write down the key figures on changes in the Sea Sick
Chapter as this is what he focused on in the midterm, and connecting big ideas in
Clapp and Devergne :) There is 3 of us so thats 4 articles each!
Hi, I apologize for the lat
University of Guelph
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Lecturer: Dr. Victoria I. Burke
Course Time: 19:00-21:50 PM TUE
Course Location: ROZH 108
Office Location: Mack 607 (office wing)
Office Hours: 4:00-5:00 PM TUE
Email: [email protected]
Saussure is a structuralist, not a post-structuralist because of his conception of language as
distinct from speech; Barthes is a post-structuralist because he does not distinguish language as
a resource from speech; technical terms
Note that a "brain" is
Identifies the philosophical ideas
Provides the necessary supporting arguments
Is written correctly and clearly
Shows sufficient understanding of the reading
Demonstrates competence in writing skill
I wanted to run by an outline with you before I submit it, tonight. For the minor paper,
Paragraph #1: Provide an outline of the structuralist movement, Saussre and Barthes - how the concepts
developed of signified, signer and sign as well as mythic speec
SOC*4450 Semiotics: Theory and Methodology
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Instructor: Dr. Victoria I. Burke
Hegel on Sign and Symbol: Hegels Philosophy of Language
Symbols are both identical and different to what they represent f
Eskimo: Fight for Life
The movie Eskimo Fight for Life displayed that the physical environment greatly impacts
the Inuit culture. For starter, the state of the environment that the Inuit people live in is a clear
indicator that their only concern is survi
SOC 2010 Canadian Society Final Exam
Twenty-first Century Debt Collectors: Idle No More Combats a Five-Hundred-Year-Old Debt
-Three principles driving Idle No More and the ideas that have consistently driven Indigenous
peoples in Nort
Crime, Law & Social Change 33: 243280, 2000.
2000 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands.
Suite violence: Why managers murder and corporations kill
University of Essex, Department of Sociology, and Mannheim Centre, Londo
RESEARCH NOTE DE
Canadian homicide rates: A comparison
of two data sources
Criminology, University of Ottawa
Research and Statistics Division
Department of Justice Canada1
Homicide and Suspected or Developmental Disorders!
!police reports on suspected disorders not the same as psychologist !
number of crimes by suspected mental health have increased!
probably due to the new knowledge on mental disability and looki
Coffman often overlooks gender a social category, in addition to ethnic minoriites and
the disabled; he focuses on white, male, middle-class views, ignoring the exploitation of
women by men. He ignores traditional etiquette pa
The Carruthers Creek Community Church is not like any regular church you
pass by. This megachurch incorporates music, lights, dancing and even offers coffee
from their own coffee shop. It offers special activities for children, teen and adults,
Sociology Tutorial 1: Media and Religion
Media and religion are looked at in the article Check the Media: Religion is Hot!
(Macionis & Gerber, pg. 499). It can be discussed and analyzed by using the SymbolicInter
Sociology Tutorial 2: Socialization and Interaction
Children are socialized to take on adulthood roles in the film The Eskimo: Fight for Life
(Chalufour & Young, 1970). The children are brought up to
Social Deviance Study paper
DURKHEIM ON SOCIETY AND DEVIANCE
4 REASONS WE NEED DEVIANCE IN SOCIETY
ANOMIE AND WAR
ANOMIE AND SUICIDE/ 4 TYPES OF SUICIDE
MERTONS 5 MODES OF PRODUCTION.
5 TYPES OF NEUTRALIZATION
DEFENSE OF NECESSITY/ METAPHOR O
Social deviance March 7th
Merton- not strain theory, - social structure and anomie is merton, opportunity structure 1939
Editing- 1200 word, go through every single sentence and seem if u can do it in less words
Negative stereotypes compris
Social Deviance Thursday March 2nd
Abomination of the body:
Tattooed bodies- sources of stigma stigma by association (older generations)
look like a biker, gang member, tramp.
Background research to see if something was mentally wron
WEEK 1 : THINKING ABOUT SOCIAL DEVIANCE & DEVIANCE AS A SIN
WHO/ WHAT IS SOCIALLY DEVIANT?
Deviance involves violating norms that have been a
Social Deviance January 24th
The meaning we attach to deviant is what makes something deviant
Labelling theories- Origins
Has made its way into public exchange, teachers, parents, companies all use labelling theory
Social Deviance February 7th
Constructing Deviance, what does it mean?
Why are some people/issues considered a problem while others are not?
Why are some people/issues considered a certain kind of problem?
Drinking and drivingStreet crime- poor decision m