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Professor Dale Story
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Summer 2011 Office Hours (by appointment): 5:30-6pm, MW
be in South America until Sunday, June 12 conducting research on
human rights in Argentina and Chile. Thus, we will not have
class on June 6 and June 8. We will be able to finish all the
requisite material before the First Exam on June 29. During
the week of June 6, you should read the syllabus and become very familiar with all
appropriate policies (see below). You should also read the
first two chapters in your text and review the initial sections of
the Outline for the 1st exam (see below). Finally, I want you to view
the folllowing video:
Should some people not vote? We will have class beginning
Monday, June 13
Beginning Monday, June 27, we will be meeting in Room 007 of
University Hall (basement).
not have class on Monday, July 4.
three tests will consist of some 20-30 objective questions (multiple
choice and true-false). Roughly 30-40% of these will be chosen
randomly from a nationally normed test bank from your text-book
(composed of literally hundreds of questions). The other 60-70%
will consist of questions derived from class lectures. You will
need to bring a number two pencil and an 882-E form.
All students are responsible for all materials covered in class, in
the outlines, and in the
Supplementary Materials for Janda, et.al.
Select Higher Education, Create an Account, Select your publisher (Wadsworth), Sign-In,
Search for the Janda textbook.
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