In Mass media and gender identity in high performance Canadian Figure skating
article, McGarry highlights the role of media that influences Canadian figure skating industry
and indirectly promotes a desired gender image which represents nationalism to the
Mens labour has always been more valued in society than that of
Up until the 1930s and 40s women and men used to work as it was
the norm but then they got pushed out because of ww1 and then
the males became the breadwinners
Ideology of motherhood
Today there is a social expectation that womens primary role is to
take care of children, helicopter mom, hovering over child
constantly making sure theyre okay
Taken for granted
Naturally inevitable that all mothers want
Cool pose an expressed black male performance that counters the
discourse of being lesser as a black man
Education: (a monopoly of white supremacy in our educational system)
Process of othering:
o Othering is the process of making people feel
PSYC 2021 Statistical methods I
May 18, 2017
Midterm test 1
Time permitted: 80 minutes
Answer all of the following eight questions. Each question is worth two marks.
Sampling error is:
the naturally occurring di
1. When do we use the t statistic instead of the z statistic?
(a) when we do not know the population mean
(b) when we do not know the population standard deviation
(c) when we do not know the sample size
(d) when we do not know the null hyp
1. What is the formula for the chi-square statistic?
"# $"% &
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2. Which of the following hypotheses is commonly tested using the chi-square statistic?
(a) whether the means o
PSYC 2021 3.0 B Statistical methods I
June 1, 2017
Midterm test 2
Time permitted: 80 minutes
Aids permitted: a simple calculator with no scientific or statistical functions
Note that statistical tables from Appendix B are attached to this test
1. What kind of correlation do we use with continuous data, e.g., IQ scores and grade point
(c) Pearson correlation
(b) point-biserial correlation
(d) Spearman correlation
2. What kind of
1. What is the formula for a z score?
(a) = ( )/
(c) = -
(d) = ( )/
2. What does it mean to standardize a distribution?
(a) confirm that all the measurements in the distribution come from the same population
1. Which of the following is not given in the unit normal table in Appendix B, Table B.1?
(a) proportion of the normal distribution below a z score
(b) proportion of the normal distribution above a z score
(c) proportion of the normal distribution
1. Which of the following datasets might be from an independent measures experimental design?
(a) SAT scores from the same students before and after a training course
(b) heights of 100 randomly chosen men
(c) mean height of 100 men
1. Which of the following is not a measure of central tendency?
2. The _ is the square root of the _.
(a) variance; standard deviation
(c) standard deviation; variance
Solidarity: is unity (as of a group or class) which produces or is based on unities of
interests, objectives, standards, and sympathies. It refers to the ties in a society that
bind people together as one.
Union advantage: Are unions necessary?
DEPARTMENT OF EQUITY STUDIES
FACULTY OF LIBERAL ARTS AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
Dr. Parbattie Ramsarran
HREQ 1920 6.0 Male and Female Relationships
(Cross-listed to: AP/SOSC 1920 6.00 PRIOR TO FALL2009:
Tough Girls: The Cult of Femininity
Slide 2: Sherrie Inness Biography
There isnt much information about her on the internet. She died
on August, 11th, 2014.
Slide 3: Vanity Fair & Vogue, Models on the cover
When looking at the women on the cover of thes
HREQ/SOSC 1920: Mid-Term Exam
The term sociological imagination was coined by sociologist C. Wright Mills. He defined it as the
importance of seeing the connections between social structure and individual experience. It is
Racialization The ways we use discourse to differentiates and
categorizes people based on their racial features. The process is to impose a
racial character upon a group of people within a particular context. The way