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Department of Criminal Justice
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest Update: February 19, 2004
Midterm meetings -- In class, I will circulate the sign up sheet for an appointment. Midterm meetings will be held March 1-10. Don't be a "no show!"
"Seeing a murder on television can help work off one's antagonisms. And if you don't have any antagonisms, the commercials will give you some." - Alfred Hitchcock (quote found by Jamie Dieter)
This local hub site will serve as a forum for messages about:
- Latest UWP Lecture Commentaries
- Previous Week's UWP Lecture Commentaries
- Book Reviews by UWP Students
- Site Additions
- Site Visits and Field Trips
- To submit a message, Prof. Takata at firstname.lastname@example.org
All UWP Classes, Announcements
- new March 1-10 - Midterm meetings.
- Friday, March 5th, 12 noon - "Reducing Recidivism: What Works and What Doesn't in the Criminal Justice System?" Lecture by Professor Edward Latessa in D137 Molinaro. Co-sponsored by the Committee on Lecture and Fine Arts, SC Johnson, Department of Criminal Justice, and the Wisconsin Division on Community Corrections. All are welcome to this free lecture.
- Friday, March 12th - Last Day to Drop Class
- Friday, March 26th, 12:15 pm - "Murder, Mayhem and Maggots: The Unglamorous Life of a Forensic Anthropologist." Lecture by Dr. Leslie Eisenberg in 324 Molinaro. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Criminal Justice and Sociology/Anthropology, Committee on Lecture and Fine Arts, and the Parkside Anthropological Society.
- Wednesday, March 31st, 12 noon-1:30 p.m. in 105 Molinaro - "But Some of My Best Friends are Black: Racism and the Culture of Denial." Lecture by Mr. Tim Wise on white privilege.
Criminal Justice Association News
Check the Criminal Justice Department web page for future club announcement.
Readings for All UWP Classes:
- Keep in mind:
** the 5Cs: competency, consistency, cooperation, communication, and creativity.** Bloom and Krathwohl's Taxonomy of Learning: latent learning, recognition, recall, application, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis.
Grades are interactive and interdependent. You are responsible for telling me what you have accomplished, and verifying it either in class, in person, in an email dialogue, or meeting with me. For an explanation, read and Grades.
- "Who's Habermas? Why Habermas?"
- "The Case Against Gold Stars" by Alfie Kohn.
- Letters of Recommendation Index
- Avoiding Plagiarism
All UWP Classes, site visits and field trips:
- Course Syllabus
- new The American Indian and Peacemaking Criminology
- Links to the Sociology of Law Handbook readings
-- Chapter 1, part 1
-- Chapter 1, part 2
-- Chapter 2
Media, Crime & Criminal Justice (CRMJ 490)
Past Weekly Hubpages - Spring 2004
- Number 5: Week of February 15, 2004
- Number 4: Week of February 8, 2004
- Number 3: Week of February 1, 2004
- Number 2: Week of January 25, 2004
- Number 1: Week of January 18, 2004
Past Lecture Commentaries - Spring 2004
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of February 15, 2004
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of February 8, 2004
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of February 1, 2004
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of January 25, 2004
- Lecture Commentaries for the Week of January 18, 2004