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Doctor's Reports

  • The Doctor in the morning spoke a little too quickly. Cysts in both breasts were drained at 4 p.m. yesterday by the surgeon. But there were complications with one. They are doing a chemical analysis. But I don't have to go back until October 6 for more tests, which means this is minimally a reprieve, and that it is definitely not a tumor. And maybe it will still mean no cancer, no surgery! I am pleased to report that my husband did not faint, and got me safely home where I promptly collapsed in exhaustion. Thank you all for your prayers. love and peace, jeanne
  • NO CANCER! NO SURGERY! Doctors can treat without surgery. I'll be there next week! jeanne
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    jeanne after a day of searching for field mice and research assistants

    Mind Candy:
    Lovers : Birth of Lilith, 1964.
    Richard Callner
    Check out Lilith. She's the next paper coming up!

    Department of Sociology
    California State University, Dominguez Hills
    jeannecurran@habermas.org
    Latest Update: September 8, 2000



    • Discussion Preparations - The "Birdie" Page
    • Index of Weekly Discussion Preparations

      Readings essential to coherent participation in class discussions, journals, written work are on the "Birdie" Calendar. We have tried to provide enough choice that you may select readings that interest you. We will not all read the same material. Therefore, be prepared in class to summarize briefly what you have read, in case others have not read that material, and be sure to specifically identify the readings in your written work. Be prepared to give either the page numbers of a text, or the URL of a site where we can find the material on which you base your comments.

      I don't call these assignments because I find that too reflective of the hierarchical control of the adversarial paradigm. Instead of telling you what to read, I offer you choices that may suit your interests and concerns. Assignments and tests and term papers are the tokens of control and submission. I prefer collegiality, and find it more conducive to learning.



    • Class Journal
    • Suggestions for Keeping

    • Evidence of Learning
    • Refer to the Evidence of Learning file for the many alternatives you are offered to earn your grade.
      Pass? or Prepared?
      Publication in Dear Habermas Academic Discourse Forum
      Reactions to Reading
      Competence, Communication, Consistency, Cooperation
      Report of Learning
      Journal - Record of specified activities.
      Dictionary - With appropriate measure of learning evidence.

    • Syllabi
    • Distributive Justice
      Modern Social Theory
      Introduction to Social Statistics
      Love and Peace

    • Reference Numbers for Jeanne's Fall 2000 Courses
      • Courses not in printed schedule:
        • 42856 Soc. 395-03: Love and Peace: 3 units, MW, 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., SBS D 225
        • 42857 Soc. 395-04: Distributive Justice (Undergraduate): 3 units, T, 7 - 9:45 p.m., SBS A232

      • 4-Unit Courses. You must register for the lab to get credit!
        • 40531 Soc. 220-01: Analytical Statistics: 4 units, MW, 5:30 - 6:45 p.m., SBS A104
        • 40532 Soc. 220-01L: Analytical Statistics Lab: 0 units, but required, MW, 7 - 8:15 p.m., SBS A 104

        • 40587 Soc. 355-01: Modern Social Theories: 4 units, MW, 1 - 2:15 p.m., SBS A210
        • 40588 Soc. 355A-01: Modern Social Theories Practice: 0 units, but required, MW, 2:30 - 3:20 p.m., SBS A246

      • Graduate Course
        • 40905 Soc. 595-02: Special Topics: Distributive Justice (Graduate): 3 units, T, 7 - 9:45 p.m., SBS A232

    • General Schedule and Academic Calendar Information