Lecture 4.3 Social
perspective in sociology
constructivist
Social constructivist approach
something
that
has
been
widely
considered
beyond
the
scope
of
peoples influence is actually the
product of social interaction.
Nature versus Nuture
Gender, morality
Accounting Process
Components of Financial Statements
A complete set of financial statements includes: [IAS 1.10]
a statement of financial position (balance
sheet) at the end of the period
a statement of profit or loss and other
comprehensive income fo
Sociological perspectives and theories
Lecture 4.1 Conflict theory of Karl Marx
Sociology developed in Europe in the 19th century,
primarily as an attempt to understand the massive social
and economic changes that had been sweeping across
Western Europe i
Lecture 5.2 Class
Aims of the lecture are to:
describe objective and subjective dimensions
of class
outline the main attempts by UK sociologists to
measure class since the mid-20th century,
including the Great British Class Survey
published in 2013
dis
Lecture 4.2 Durkheim and Structural
functionalism
Functionalism is the oldest and still one of the
dominant theoretical perspectives in sociology.
This perspective is built upon the emphasis that
society should be treated as self-maintaining
system or str
Lecture 14 Markets and money
The aims of this lecture are to:
present an understanding of the new economic sociology and
its relation to classical sociology and economics
help you become familiar with the contemporary sociology of
market debates
give s
Lecture 13. Conflict and warfare
The aims of this lecture are to:
describe what has changed about war
offer an account of human conflicts across the
globe
explain the different theories of the nature and
causes of genocide
account for terrorism from a his
Lecture 16 Crime and deviance in a global context
The aims of this lecture are to:
give you a grasp of the main concepts in the sociology of
crime and deviance
present the main theories of deviance, functionalist,
interactionist and labelling theory
ex
Lecture 15: Consumption and work
How people produce, consume and work are major areas
of study for sociologists. These elements form the
fundamental topics of this chapter, which looks
specifically at the new consumer era of capitalism and
the new form of
Lecture 2. Asking and answering sociological
questions
Social and sociological problems
Social problems - something in society not
working or behaving in a supposed normal
manner and causing public frictions. Examples:
Crime
Racism
Drug and Alcohol
In
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Sales (Revenues)
less: Sales returns
CoGs:*1
1)
Opening stock
2)
Purchases
less: Purchase returns
less:Discounts received
add:Carriage in
Less: Closing Stock
3)
Gross
LECTURE 1. INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
1.What is Sociology?
SOCIOLOGY=
SOCIUS (meaning companion) +
LOGOS (meaning reasoning
expressed by words or the study
of) =
THE STUDY OF SOCIAL RELATIONS
Important! It is not easy to define what
sociology is. Sociology
Alpha plcs Cash Flow Statement for the year ended 31 December 2015
(UOL)
I.
Cash Flow from operating activities.
1) PBIT (Operating profit)
Add: Depreciation
Add/Less: Loss/Profit on Disposal
Add/Less: Increase/decrea
Home assignment 5 on Algebra
Due on March, 22nd
1.
Solve Ex. 10, p. 524 from Elementary Linear Algebra text.
2.
Solve Ex. 7, p. 562 from Elementary Linear Algebra text.
3.
2
Reduce to the normal Jordan form the matrix 1
3
4. Let B be an
0
1
1
1
0 .
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MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 21
2 Calculus Lectures (this week and next)
Today: review of key topics in course, by means of
examples.
Next week: some past exam questions.
There are 2 algebra lectures and 2 weeks of classes.
How to pass (or
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 22
I want to look at the 2006 paper. The aim isnt to
work through the solutions in great detail: you have
these. Instead, I want to focus on approach and
technique.
1(a) The function y(x) satises the equation
d
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 19
Todays topics
Behaviour of solutions to DEs
Dierence equations
Solving linear dierence equations with constant
coecients
Solutions to linear DEs involve functions like
Aex,
Bxex,
C sin x,
Dex sin x, . . .
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 17
Dierential equations: more techniques
separable
exact
linear of order one
homogeneous
First, more on the use of just integrating.
Weve seen how some ODEs can be solved by
integration. So also can certain
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 18
More on Dierential Equations
Change of variable
Linear DEs with constant coecients
Example: (from notes)
y
cos y dy
x
= 1.
sin y dx
If we rearrange this, treating dx and dy as we would
anything else, we ob
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 16
Integration, continued
Weve been looking at partial fractions. Lets
consider a more complicated example.
25
dx.
4 + 2x3 + 5x2
x
The denominator factorises as
x2 (x2 + 2x + 5) .
irreducible
For some numbers A
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 15
Plan for today:
Local inverses of vector functions
Sums
Integrals (Part 1)
Inverses of vector functions
Example: f : R2 R2 given by
f
x
y
=
xy
2x + 3y
.
Youll know that f is a linear transformation
repres
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 14
Plan for today:
Were going to talk about money
Then were going to do more on inverses
Discrete Compound Interest
At the end of each year a bank pays interest at rate
r. (This means the interest is 100r%. F
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 2
EXERCISES 1
Solutions are now posted on the website.
Check your work yourself. Dont hand it in.
If you still have diculties after working through the
solutions, go to the special one-o class on Friday,
4-5, E
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 11
Brief revision
If is a stationary point of f : Rn R, we can
classify it as a local maximum, local minimum or
saddle point by looking at the matrix
A = f ().
This is the second derivative, evaluated at .
If a
MA100: Mathematical Methods
Calculus Lecture 13
Now were going to change direction somewhat,
moving away from functions of several variables.
The point is to learn more about elementary
functions such as
sin x, cos x, exp(x), ln x.
Inverse functions
What