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Reading Preparations for Weeks 16 and 17
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California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest update: June 18, 2000
Faculty on the Site.
"The [performance art] piece is set on a space station in the future and explores the relationship between politeness and violence, from manners at European courts to the recent boorishness found in the media and entertainment industries, via interaction with a musical, catapulting environment of insult, obstacle and challenge."
Discussion preparation for Ur-Boor.
Mind Candy: Art
Mind Candy: Poetry
Mind Candy: Music
A Punjabi Song from Stephen Lyon's Dissertation Work
From a village in Pakistan.
The cover photo of the June 2000 issue is of a hunter in waterbird mask, lifting his head "above the Indus River in Pakistan. Recent excavations reveal that in 3300 B.C. the Bronze Age village of Harappa was home to farmers, hunters, and fishermen." Harappa gave rise "to one of at least five urban centers of the Indus Civilization." The article includes maps and photos of the area that Stephen Lyons is describing. One of the pictures was taken near Lahore, which Lyons mentions.
We found Nicholas J. Fox's article on intertextuality a great help in conceptualizing our work with our students and the recognition that such work held the power to challenge the "administering" of the academy. Intertextuality and the Writing of Soccial Research by Nicholas J. Fox.
Ecology. Tammy York sent me the URL. Theory Readings Click <- Here to Work Ahead for Fall 2000.
- Why We Need Theory
- Recuerdo . . .
- Photodocumentary and Visual Ethnography in a Postmodern Digital World: From Positivist Empiricist Pomposity towards a Critique of Photo-electric Representation
by W. Gordon West. This essay brings us face to face with the dilemma of whether the visual world can lie. Can we rely on what we see? Think of the Rodney King incident.
- Respect and Disrespect
- London Bridges the Racial Divide
New excerpt from National Geographic article, June 2000.
- University Protests over Sweat Shop Tactics
- New Additions to Justice Studies Association Paper
Beginning Notes from the Trip Up!
- Madonna and Judith Butler's Gender Trouble
- Some Theoretical Notes from JSA Meetings
Pierre Bourdieu's Perception of Structural Violence in Academic Discourse
- Structural Violence in Honoring Our Heroes
Professor Don Hata's account of problems with a Japanese War Memorial.
- Comments on the Structural Violence of Exams
More of this file up soon. We talked about this at the Justice Studies Association Meetings.
- Intrinsic versus Extrinsic MotivationA bioopsychological approach.
- Children's Nutritional Rights
George Kent provides draft articles online.
- Labelling Theory
This is intended as a reading, not as a project. Please do not do this exercise! We will do a modified version of it, for which you cannot be arrested. jeanne
- Paper for ASA Meetings in August 2000.
This paper is on how we managed to share in curriculum development with students, with the community, and across universities (cross-country). As I manage to put up the process text, you are all welcome to participate in the final drafting of the paper.
- Call for papers on criminology and justice.
- On Learning to See Graphs and Maps
- On Plagiarism and Interpreting Data
- On Crosstabs at Home with SDA
Pass? or Prepared? for all the readings. E-mail your preferences. I can do them in any order you like. jeanne