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This summary contains the following chapters: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9. It contains all the necessary examples to make sense of the underlying theory.

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This summary contains the following chapters: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9. It contains all the necessary examples to make sense of the underlying theory.

This is a visual English summary of the Personality Theory & Research course at the VU Amsterdam (first years). This one is typed instead of hand-written, but still includes all visual aids/diagrams I would normally include :) Good luck!

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This is a visual English summary of the Personality Theory & Research course at the VU Amsterdam (first years). This one is typed instead of hand-written, but still includes all visual aids/diagrams I would normally include :) Good luck!

Detailed lecture notes for the course Sociological Theory 4, taught by Alex van Venrooij during the second semester of Year 2 of Sociology at the UvA. Following up on the work of Bourdieu, Foucault, Durkheim, French Structuralism, Ann Swidler, and on the topics of cultural sociology, network sociology, culture/structure debate, culture as toolkit, field theory.

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Detailed lecture notes for the course Sociological Theory 4, taught by Alex van Venrooij during the second semester of Year 2 of Sociology at the UvA. Following up on the work of Bourdieu, Foucault, Durkheim, French Structuralism, Ann Swidler, and on the topics of cultural sociology, network sociology, culture/structure debate, culture as toolkit, field theory.

These notes cover all CAT theory in matric from the 2nd edition "Computers, part of your life Grade 12". I have achieved around a 90% average by studying these notes. I condensed the information in each module as far as possible so that these notes cover almost every single aspect of the textbook notes. Modules included: - 1.1 - 1.2 - 1.3 - 1.4 - 1.5 - 2.1 - 2.2 - 2.3 -2.4

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These notes cover all CAT theory in matric from the 2nd edition "Computers, part of your life Grade 12". I have achieved around a 90% average by studying these notes. I condensed the information in each module as far as possible so that these notes cover almost every single aspect of the textbook notes. Modules included: - 1.1 - 1.2 - 1.3 - 1.4 - 1.5 - 2.1 - 2.2 - 2.3 -2.4

EN: Automata, language theory and complexity (2IT90) is a course taught at the Technical University Eindhoven. It is a mandatory course Bachelor Computer Science and Engineering students. The course is given in the first quartile of the second year. It goes more in depth about the content from Logic and Set Theory (2IT60) and Discrete Structures (2IT80). Summaries of these courses can be found on my profile. Automata discusses automaton engineering, context-free languages, undecidable languages ...

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EN: Automata, language theory and complexity (2IT90) is a course taught at the Technical University Eindhoven. It is a mandatory course Bachelor Computer Science and Engineering students. The course is given in the first quartile of the second year. It goes more in depth about the content from Logic and Set Theory (2IT60) and Discrete Structures (2IT80). Summaries of these courses can be found on my profile. Automata discusses automaton engineering, context-free languages, undecidable languages ...

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Notes from week 1 to week 6. Every text is analysed in detail and implemented with notes from lectures.

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Notes from week 1 to week 6. Every text is analysed in detail and implemented with notes from lectures.

This document is a summary of all sessions of the course "Organization Theory and Design" and is written in year 2019-2020. Also contains some exam questions.

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This document is a summary of all sessions of the course "Organization Theory and Design" and is written in year 2019-2020. Also contains some exam questions.

A comprehensive summary of all the work covered from grade 10 to 12 in CAT according to the IEB syllabus. Many pictures to help you identify devices in tests and exams. Everything you need to excel in CAT.

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A comprehensive summary of all the work covered from grade 10 to 12 in CAT according to the IEB syllabus. Many pictures to help you identify devices in tests and exams. Everything you need to excel in CAT.

Summary of all the readings (week 1-6) from the second year sociology course 'Sociological Theory 4'. Maryanski, A., Turner, J.H., 1991. The Offspring of Functionalism: French and British Structuralism. Sociological Theory 9, 106–115. Schwartz, B. 1981. Vertical Classification. A Study in Structuralism and the Sociology of Knowledge. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, Chapter 3, pp.36-65; pp. 74-77 (33pp.) (Canvas) Alexander, J. C., and P. Smith. 1993. "The discourse ...

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Summary of all the readings (week 1-6) from the second year sociology course 'Sociological Theory 4'. Maryanski, A., Turner, J.H., 1991. The Offspring of Functionalism: French and British Structuralism. Sociological Theory 9, 106–115. Schwartz, B. 1981. Vertical Classification. A Study in Structuralism and the Sociology of Knowledge. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, Chapter 3, pp.36-65; pp. 74-77 (33pp.) (Canvas) Alexander, J. C., and P. Smith. 1993. "The discourse ...

A summary for the test theory course in 2020/2021. The summary reduces the given chapters by 86%. It is a detailed yet concise document that includes important graphics from the book. This document does not include formulas given in the book, it explains the concepts and methodologies of the topics. It is best used in tandem with a formula sheet given by the course. The document includes a summary of a document about factor analysis that was relevant in the Syllabus in 2020/2021.

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A summary for the test theory course in 2020/2021. The summary reduces the given chapters by 86%. It is a detailed yet concise document that includes important graphics from the book. This document does not include formulas given in the book, it explains the concepts and methodologies of the topics. It is best used in tandem with a formula sheet given by the course. The document includes a summary of a document about factor analysis that was relevant in the Syllabus in 2020/2021.