Week of October 9, 2000

Where's jeanne?

E-mail in times and topics you'd like to share in our office discussions.

Note that Marlene Boykin and Bobbie Martin are already up for the week of October 9.

*Problem Found: Was the medication.*

Medication now adjusted. I'm supposed to be fine.

Expect to be in school Monday. Hanging in there. jeanne

Reports of Learning Samples

Thematic Index: Site Map

*Mind Candy:*

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An Anselm Kiefer Painting
Another Powerful Anselm Kiefer Painting
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**19th and 20th Century Art Links Maintained by Jeffery Howe, at Boston College, Fine Arts Department.Excellent Site. Many essays on art and its relation to culture and critical theory.
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**John Lennon MuseumTo Open October 9, 2000.
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*Coping with Challenge in an Adversarial World:*

- Eating Disorders: Disordered Culture

The Exhibition links were not working on October 4, 2000. The Public Art links were working. jeanne- Domestic Violence Workshop

with Alaina Bowman, Assistant City Attorney

12:00 to 1:30 p.m.

Women's Resource Center, SBS E 216- Women's Center Calendar of Events for Fall 2000

- Audio Panel Discussion: Gay and Lesbian Voices New York Times

Local Hub Sites

Latest update: October 10, 2000.

jeannecurran@habermas.org.

Concept Index - Essay Index - Author Index - Vocabulary Index - Exam Questions

Recommended Readings for jeanne's Classes:

- Center for World Indigenous Studies Led by Indigenous People. Most information I could find was under What's New. Link added on October 13, 2000. And please note that this is not an endorsement of their classes offered for considerable amounts. I know nothing about those. jeanne
- Transforming Discourse:

- Fellman's Mutuality Paradigm and Henry and Milovanovic's concept of transforming discourse:

- Transforming Discourse through Exercising Agency UWP team finds way to increase face-to-face interaction.
- UWP's New Webboard to increase interaction The Webboard is set up and functioning. More on it up soon. jeanne
- The Dear Habermas Research and Tech Team CSUDH sets up face-to-face interaction group to help edit and learn technology.
- ROLS on the Research Team
- Exam Question: Transforming Discourse through Exercising Agency
How does Lear's concept of "knowingness" help you to understand how the students' work here has broken the constraints of the system? Recall that Fellman says that one of the problems with adversarialism is that we tend to view the way the world is as inevitable. These examples show that students are doing things in ways that defy the inevitable. Would that satisfy Henry and Milovanovic's concept of transforming discourse?Will put up guides later. jeanne

- Theory Class:

- Classical Social Theory
- Social Theory Links

Critical Theory and Fellman's Paradigm- On Theoretical perspectives

From Durkheim to postmodernism

- pstheorya02.htm

On using theory to interpret academic integrity

- Women in Sociology at Start of 20th Century
- Garfinkel on Ethnomethodology
- W.I. Thomas: Classical Theory
- Statistics Class:

- Guided Interpretation Project on the Yanomami population No guidance up yet. Shortly. But you can start on it.
- Statistical Definitions Index

- Connecting Quantitative Method Education to the Real World

by Bruce Pollack-Johnson, Ph.D., Department of Mathematical Sciences, Villanova University

A FIPSE-sponsored project. Important background reading on why you need statistics.Materials I am revising for the 2000 format:

## Statistics Assignments

Look at the following two links for important charts for interpretation:

- Closing the Digital Divide
- Charts for Falling Through the Net in the Digital Divide
Fall 1999 Exercises

Statistics Exercise 1. Finding the web site for the text.

Statistics Exercise 2. Following links on the web. (Not up yet - Aug. 22)

Statistics Exercise 3. Some basic facts on college binge drinking.(Not up yet - Aug 22)The following exercises have been moved here from the Spring 1999 class. We have a new edition of the book, and these will be modified to fit that version shortly. August 22, 1999.

Statistics Exercise 1: Basic Concepts in Research

Statistics Exercise 2: Measurement

Statistics Exercise 3: "Risky Promises"

Statistics Exercise 4: Things We Gotta Know:

. . . . . Theory, Variables, Independent, Dependent

Statistics Exercise 5: Nominal, Ordinal, and Interval Variables

These are the lecture notes moved from Spring 1999, and will be revised soon. July 25, 1999.

Lecture Notes to Exercise 1: Basic Concepts in Research

Lecture Notes to Exercise 2: Measurement

Lecture Notes to Exersice 3: "Risky Promises"

Lecture Notes to Exercise 4: Things We Gotta Know:

Theory, Variable, Independent, Dependent

Lecture Notes to Exercise 5: More Things We Gotta Know:

Nominal, Ordinal Interval

Exercise created by L.De'Anna English

Lecture Notes to Exercise 6: Labels and Dispersion

Statistics Exercise 7 (taken from old SPSS Exercise 5)

Statistics Exercise 8 (taken from old SPSS Exercise 6)

Statistics Exercise 9 - Interpretation

Statistics Exercise 10 - New Variables and Cross Tabs

Statistics Exercise 11 - Creating Our Own Data - "On Time"

Statistics Exercise 12: Interpreting Published Data