A Jeanne Site
Site Journal: Additions with Narrative Explanations
California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Latest update: September 11, 1999
Faculty on the Site.
Site History, July 15 through July 7, 1999
For dates before July 7, 1999, see
For Current History, see Site Additions
- Thursday, July 15, 1999.
basic skills for focusing: intro listed but not done yet; 25 words or less; linking not one yet
Jones and Gerard and others on argument and persuasion theory- fundamental
Page devoted to Hirschman et al. on sound bites
changed e-journals to e-texts; need to regroup them all; added assemblage, archaeology journal with a small piece of theory thievery
Goes to writing page. Just started. How do you find topics, how do forums control them.
added topics piece; began navigation table; lost dictionaries, will find; added new branching files: topics, argpers, rhetoric, 25 words; added writing tasks to table, but didn't get too far
Collecting these from student work over the last six years. Started with the fifteen minute study period. But many others.
- Wednesday, July 14, 1999.
removed holding pattern link and replaced it with current issues. Will need to relink holding pattern somewhere, but probably in Projects 99 folder.
reverse theory thread essay started; created file for news to policy to theory; added shaken baby, HMO report
added a shaken baby link in navigation of page
added links to three papers on self and narrative, also put them on scholref.htm under e-journals; need to clean that up
added e-papers, and current issues; fixed sociology corner link
added shaken baby, HMOs, and new issues file
- tuesday, July 14, 1999.
Added some sites, esp. for Sociology Corner.
Added several sociology sites, especially Liska's or Ritzer's Sociology Corner.
- Monday, July 12, 1999.
notes on how to agencies through institutional connections may seem not helping, but in fact good faith listening is another way of helping. D.A. in baby shaking case.
Added brief essay on how you get topics from newspaper to schol.ref.; illustrated with shaken baby syndrome sample
added crime, presently defined or sth. like that, and shaken baby syndrome
added not to cephalopod page that sparking bubbles require java
- Sunday, July 11, 1999.
Started glossary page for crim classs
added 2 copyright law links and want to add a reminder to go back to writing.htm and scholref.htm - much better stuff there
started series on choosing, delimiting topics, situating with rhetorical frame that will permit forum
started navigation table by importing from scholref. htm: added some from Dr. Gwen's page, added online books
- Saturday, July 10, 1999.
adding lecutre notes from Images of Color and from Pornography
added cephalopod and cursor animation to natural sciences
added social work journals, Humboldt
Started it; then thought better of it and went looking for Citation which crashed when my system crashed.
added cephalopod and cursor animation
added citation info because I was looking for Citation 7 and found them in the process
- Friday, July 10, 1999.
included links to Miller's Prevention of Poverty and Journ. of Pov's broad def. of poverty.
Set up page, but have not put up qs yet.
beginning to move things to crimcl.htm for the crim class this Fall; added some links that will be in Fall crim readings
Added links, prof. assoc.
Backed up piece on broadened def. of poverty.
Prevention of poverty piece from www.CROP.org
added crim just, soc just, and juv just links; added S. Miller's Prevention of Poverty as opposed to alleviating it under poverty on crop.org
created template for shared class page construction
added criminology links on psychopaths
- Thursday, July 8, 1999.
changed scholarly to scholastic references
added SocioRealm Site and Western Criminology Review
Put up piece on aboriginal cannibalism in Australia, from totally different perspective from one on Anastazi, denying it.
Couldn't resist this little fellow as a link to the Nature Conservancy.
Added categories, like theory, methods, statistics, native peoples, government. Am moving toward having the scholastic references table go to a separate page for each of those categories and have navigation tables on each page. That means we'll need at least a link index on the page topic for people to browse, when they just want to look. Just looking and lurking is a significant part of foundation for narrative learning identities.
Put up notice that statistics page would become a reference page.
added lots of theory links on marx, on critical theory
- Wednesday, July 7, 1999.