California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest update: August 22, 1999
Time: M-W 11:30 - 12:45 p.m.
Room: SBS G122
Lab Time: M-W 1:00 - 2:15 p.m.
Room: SBS A104
Jeanne Curran, Ph.D., Esq.
Course requires computer literacy.
Expected in accord with university policy.
A series of exercises, with accompanying lecture notes designed to clarify what we were thinking of when we asked the question, must be answered by e-mail. The lecture notes will apprise you of at least one plausible way to answer the question, and you should reflect in your answer that you recognize our response, though you are welcome to disagree with it.
Answers to concept exercises shall be kept to no more than 50 words.
You shall recognize any author whose work you quote with quotation marks; and some of your answer must be rephrased into your own words.
You may work in groups on any or all of these exercises. Cooperative groups are strongly encouraged. Permission to work with more than one group, and to work with different groups. All names of active group members should be recorded as indicated on the exercise material.
You are required to submit 20 concept exercises, your choice of which concepts, but the concepts must cover at least three of the topic sections.
These exercises will be recorded, but not corrected, since the lecture notes have already provided satisfactory responses.
Interpretation questions, along with accompanying lecture notes, are provided with each topic section.
You are required to submit 3 interpretation exercises. Please try to limit them to 50 words.
Successful and timely submission of all exercises will earn a C for the course.
For a B or an A, your interpretation submissions must show scholarly discipline in conceptually linking your material to theory, policy, and methodology discussions, with appropriate citations to academic sources, and should show some creative thought on the issue.