Chapter 5
Age and inequality
In Canada, very rarely are young children and teens afforded higher levels of status and power
than middle aged adults
Wage scales are also sometimes based on age (e.g. 20yearold being paid more than 17yearold for the same
Kim Beneroso Ponsin
Student ID : 40040555
SOCI 212/4 B : STATISTIC I
ASSIGNMENT 3
I. Exercice 1
Since these two measure of central tendency are ordinal, the median is the appropriate
measure to use here. We will go through three steps to calculate the m
SOCI 275
CHAP 4: SOCIALIZATION THE CREATION OF MEANING
& IDENTITY SUMMARY



Socializat has many purposes & outcomes
Primary socializat process > humans acquire selfhood => define themselves as social
objects
For this to happen > need of role taking
SOCI 275
CHAP 2: THE INTERACTIONIST TOOLKIT: METHODS, STRATEGIES, & RELEVANT
PERSPECTIVES
METHODOLOGICAL TRADITIONS & PRACTICES

SI question the wisdom of using scientific approach to study human conduct
Naturalistic Inquiry: qualitative method > focus
SOCI 275 FICHE MIDTERM 1
Definitions
 Functionalism
The social syst as a whole
Our act & relationship towards one another = socially constructed > Durkheim
We are the product of syst + its fundamental component > we naturally create social order
So
SOCI 275
CHAP 1: THE MEANING OF SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONISM

We believe the world around us is the same as our interpretat of it & that others will
agree with our perception
We presume we see reality
Things around us have a straightforward meaning
 Social
CHAPTER 2 EXERCISES
Question 1.1: Basic Descriptive
Marital Status
Marital Status F
Single
12
Married
15
Other
3
Occupational
Level
Total
30
Blue Collar
White Collar
Executive
Total
Occupation
Age
%
40%
50%
10%
F 100%
%
13 43%
11 37%
6
20%
30 100%
Age
23
CHAPTER 1: Types of Variables and Statistics
Stages of the Research Process
Stage 1: State the Research Question
o The question must be clear and precise and help narrow the scope of the research
as much as possible
Stage 2: Review the Literature
o Once t
CHAPTER 4: PROBLEMS
QUESTION: Earnings by Gender
Earnings by Gender
Earnings ($)
Less than 40,000
More than 40, 000
Total
Earnings by Gender
Gender
Male
Female
205
187
246
135
451
322
All
392
381
773
Columns %
Earnings ($)
Less than 40,000
More than 40, 0
Tania Silva  Mirza (40007969)
SOCI 212/4 A: STATISTICS I / WINTER 2017
THIRD ASSIGNMENT
QUESTION 1
Median for Ordinal Sample (odd number) = (N+1) 2
Sample 1:
Steps to find the median:
1. Arrange the scores from low to high
2. Find the middle case of the
Tania Silva
(40007969)
SOCI 212/4 A: STATISTICS I / WINTER 2017
THIRD ASSIGNMENT
QUESTION 1
Median for Ordinal Sample (odd number) = (N+1) 2
Sample 1:
Steps to find the median:
1. Arrange the scores from low to high
2. Find the middle case of the distribu
Tania Silva (40007969)
SOCI 212/4 A: STATISTICS I / WINTER 2017
SECOND ASSIGNMENT
QUESTION 1.1
Social Class (Ordinal)
Social Class
Lower
Middle
Upper
Total
F
6
11
3
20
Area of Residence (Nominal)
%
30%
55%
15%
100%
Area of
Residence
West
South
North
East
Tania Silva (40007969)
SOCI 212/4 A: STATISTICS I / WINTER 2017
FIRST ASSIGNMENT
QUESTION 1
1. What is the proportion of employees in favor of a voluntary cutback to a 4day work
week?
2. The research method used is a survey
3. The size of the sample is 3
CHAPTER 3 EXERCISES
Question 1
Calculate the Median
Median = (N+1) 2
Sample 1:
o Median = (N+1) 2
o M = (1493+1) 2
o M= 1494 2
o M = 747
Find the 747th case section
o Several Times a year
o 50% of sample 1 goes to church Several Times a year or less and 5
CHAPTER 1 EXERCISES
Question 1
1. Research Question:
o What is the average number of violent crimes committed last month in all
Canadian cities containing fewer than 50,000 individuals
2. The Research Method:
o Survey
3. The Sample:
o 25 Cities
4. The Pop
Measures of Central
Tendency
x
Natalka Patsiurko
Lecture 4.1
Statistics I
Soci 212
Basic Analysis and
presentation of One
Variable
What do we want to do?
Calculate onenumber Summaries
What is the level of measurement of
our variables? Nominal, Ordinal, I
Examples
1
Basic Descriptive Stats and Presentation of
Qualitative Variable
Numerical
Graphical
Natalka Patsiurko
Soci 212
Statistics I
Lecture 3.1
Basic Description,
Summary and presentation
of One
Variable
What do we want to do?
Summarise, describe and
Main Concepts and Logic of Statistical Analysis
Dr. Natalka
Patsiurko
Lecture 2
Soci 212
Statistics I
1
Research: Hypotheses
and Concepts
Hypothesis: a short and empirically
testable statement that predicts a certain
outcome.
Example: the higher levels o
Basic Descriptive Stats and Presentation of
Quantitative Variable
Numerical
Graphical
Lecture 3.2
Natalka Patsiurko
Soci 212
Statistics I
1
Basic Description,
Summary and presentation
of One
Variable
What do we want to do?
Summarise, describe and present
STUDENT NAME:_ STUDENT NUMBER: _
MOCK Midterm EXAM SOLUTIONS
SOCIOLOGY 212/ CC
STATISTICS I
This exam is graded on a 0 to 100 scale, but it is worth 30% of your final
grade.
Examiner: Natalka Patsiurko
Date: Saturday, Oct 22, 2016
Instructions: Answer dir
Fall 2016 Soci 212 AA
Assignment 1
SOCIOLOGY 212AA
STATISTICS I
Instructor: Prof. Natalka Patsiurko
Submitted by _
Student number_
Due date: October 25, 2016, Tuesday, 8 pm, to Natalkas mailbox.
No assignments submitted after this time will be accepted.
S
Measures of Central
Tendency Continued
Natalka Patsiurko
Lecture 4.2
Soci 212
Statistics I
Comparison of Mean, Median, and Mode
2
Comparison of Mean, Median, and
Mode
Mode: the most common value.
Median: the central score, always lies
at the centre of t
STUDENT NAME:_ STUDENT NUMBER: _
MOCK Final Exam SOLUTIONS
SOCIOLOGY 212AA
STATISTICS I
This exam is graded on a scale of 0 to 100, but it is worth 40% of your
final grade.
It consists of 11 pages plus the cover.
Examiner: Natalka Patsiurko
Date: December
Soci 212
Fall 2016
Review for the Final Exam
Exam is based on:


Ch.4 (4.1 and 4.2 only),
Ch.10 (10.2, 10.4, 10.5: pp.307308 only; 10.6: only computational part, pp.310314; 10.7:
examples of interpretation only, pp.312314, no hypothesis test for chi
Soci 212 Statistics I Fall 2016
Assignment 2
SOCIOLOGY 212AA
STATISTICS I
Instructor: Prof. Natalka Patsiurko
Submitted by _
Student number_
Due date: Dec 5, 2016, Tuesday, 3 pm, to Natalkas mailbox.
No assignments submitted after this time will be accept
Soci331 Jan 19th Class 4
Karl Marx
Who owns the means of production?
The bourgeoisie
Exploited labourers are the proletarians
Marx looks at the relationship between those who profit the labor from other people
Those who own the means of the productio
SOCI331 Chapter 1 Jan 17th
The inequality changes over your life time and the generation that you
are born into
You are not born with any inequality ex: if you are poor, you are not
born being poor.
Society creates inequality
o Looking at how we have c
Soci 212 Statistics I Fall 2016
Assignment 2
SOCIOLOGY 212AA
STATISTICS I
Instructor: Prof. Natalka Patsiurko
Submitted by _
Student number_
1
Soci 212 Statistics I Fall 2016
Assignment 2 Questions
1. Statistics indicate that the average female literacy r
LECTURE 8
Syntactic Categories
All languages have syntactic categories. The syntactic category of a
word determines the role it can play in a sentence.
LEXICAL VS. NONLEXICAL
NOUN
DETERMINER (this the )
VERB
CONJUNCTION (AND, OR, BUT)
SLIDES 8!
DISTRI
What is development?
Economic growth and structural change
Growth > basic needs > poverty reduction > freedoms &
capabilities
Concept is endogenous to development process
How countries change as they develop
Economic structural change
o Exports & i