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Created: August 19, 2000
Latest update: March 11, 2002
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  • Habermas, Juergen Links to references on Dear Habermas, most explaining why we chose Habermas as our mentor for this forum.
  • Habermas, Juergen The Critical Theory of Jurgen Habermas Summary outline by Dan MacIsaac, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Northern Arizona University. Good overview, with a comparison to Freire and Marx.
  • The Jürgen Habermas Web Resource by Steve Robinson, Professor Dean Rehberger, English 980: Studies in Rhetoric. Michigan State University

  • Hall, Edward T. on affect and learning, from the Silent Language. Highest affect goes with the most informal types of learning, like informal socialization and modeling. Least affect goes with technical learning. So one way to defuse a confrontation is to move the discussion to a technical level.

  • Said, Edward M. Culture AND Imperialism, On Jane Austen's Mansfield Park and England's Ideas of Empire.

  • Simmel, Georg, Online Sociology in Switzerland.

  • Thomas, W.I, on the Definition of the Situation. Published in 1923 in The Unadjusted Girl. Early recognition of the interdependence of the individual and the social group.
  • Thomas, W.I., on the Significance of the Orient for the Occident Early example of the North/South dilemma over time. We'll want to compare this to Edward Said's work.

  • Znaniecki, Florian Published the Polish Peasant in Euurope and America with W.I. Thomas in 1913. Recognized the interdependence of the individual with his/her culture.