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Latest Update: May 15, 2003

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Law and Social Change (CRMJ/SOCA 352)

  • Course Syllabus


  • Class Discussion Questions

    Course Feedback (due anytime before fall semester) 1) What did you learn? In other words, what was the most valuable aspect of the course? 2) What are some positives and negatives about this teaching/learning model? Why. 3) If you had advice to give to Fall 2003 students taking this course, what would it be? Why. [Constructive criticism only]

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  • Special Announcements
    --- 12 noon, Monday, May 12th -- Deadline to Resolve Course Grade. All unresolved grades will become "F's"



  • Exam 2 Study Questions

    For those opting to take Exam 2, your essay will be written on a Guided Essay Form . Exam 2 was on Wednesday, April 23rd.

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  • Recommended Reading

    --- George Ritzer. The McDonaldization of Society.
    -- Gordon Fellman. Rambo and the Dalai Lama: The Compulsion to Win and Its Threat to Human Survival
    --- Jurgen Habermas. Between Facts and Norms.
    --- Martha Minow. Making All the Difference: Exclusion, Inclusion and American Law. Check out this link Martha Minow on the Dear Habermas site.

  • Links to the Sociology of Law Handbook readings

    -- Introduction
    -- Chapter 1, part 1
    -- Chapter 1, part 2
    -- Chapter 2


  • Important Class Related Links

    --- They Ain't Us: Identity as an Anti-Norm.

    W.I. Thomas "Definition of the Situation


    Past Weekly Hubpages - Spring 2003


    Past Lecture Commentaries - Spring 2003


    All UWP Classes, Fall 2002 Report of Learning (ROL)