A Jeanne Site
Site Narrative in Reverse Chronological Order
California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest update: June 11, 1999
Faculty on the Site.
Site History, May 31 to May 17, 1999
Monday, May 31, 1999
Sunday, May 30, 1999
Saturday, May 29, 1999
Friday, May 28, 1999
thursday, May 27, 1999
Wednesday, May 26, 1999
Tuesday, May 25, 1999
Monday, May 24, 1999
- Added link to Onesite, a Web site that permits you to do quasi listservs. Added it to Net Links.
Sunday, May 23, 1999
Saturday, May 22, 1999
- Added globalization links on Globalization Issues, included reference to an Art and Culture Program on the Soros site. Also added Amnesty International, and added it to site index. These are large sites, not meant for you to read at once; peruse them when you have a few moments free.
- Constructing new record files for Spring grades. Hope to have some up soon.
- Up-dated Site Additions by moving records before May 1999 into Site History. Can link through navigation bar on main page.
Tuesday, May 18, 1999
- National Criminal Justice Association link added under What's New. This includes a "call to Field" which brought to mind informed respondents and sampling, so I added a new file, methods.htm, linked through siteindex, and methsam.htm, linked through sampling in site index. Then linked both to NCJA site so you could see what these methods pieces will look like in the field.
- Also added a job reference on the NCJA site in criminal jusitce to opportunities.
Remember that sometimes national job data will give you ideas to hunt for state and local jobs.
- Moved three generals and a naked lady to its own file, methtmsp.htm, which you can link through What's New. Will add more links later.
- Updated holding pattern to include new files on methods.
- Started updating the Habermas file for next Fall's classes.
Monday, May 17, 1999
- Added new museum of photography link under What's New.
- Added brief review of Rorty's Achieving our Country and relalted it to Habermasian discourse. Added to index Achieving our country and Rorty. Also noted criticisms, for this book has had many. I believe that is because Rorty leaves his conception of the U.S. open to the intersubjective and interdependent construction of its citizens, a move likely to attract criticism. This is a Leftist pespective.
- Added Internet Links to some of Rorty's references from Acieving Our Country. Many of the links were found through the Enclyclopedia Britannica's search guide.