Soc 100E – Transforming Gender Notes



Soc 100E – Winter 2016 – Act 3


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Hi Folks – Sociology 100E – Winter 2016

Syllabus Update.

March 21 – Midterm 2 (grades on Moodle).

March 28 – No class. Read Chapter 22, Population.

April 4 – Class. Chapter 13, Gender. + We will Watch: CBC, Transforming Gender + Discussion.

April 11 – Class. Chapter 14, Race and Ethnicity. + We will watch: NFB, The People of Kattawapiskak River.

Final Exam will cover the following:


Multiple Choice Questions – on Chapters 13, 14 & 22.

Written questions on Transforming Gender + The People of Kattawapiskak River.




A whole bunch of Links – Watch, Listen, Read

Hi folks, ask not, is this on the next exam, but rather, ask, how can I engage my mind to expand, stretch and move beyond the limits of my current thinking…


Healing Force. Class 1…


Maybe we need to think beyond techno determinism…

As sexy as the digital revolution may be, it can’t compare to the Second Industrial  Revolution (electricity! the gas engine! antibiotics!), which created the biggest standard-of-living boost in U.S. history.  The only problem, argues the economist Robert Gordon, is that the Second Industrial Revolution was a one-time event. So what happens next?”

Thinking outside the box sort of stuff around, the service industry:

“The truth about mobile phone and wireless radiation” — Dr Devra Davis