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    From CRMJ 490: Media, Crime & Criminal Justice

    Anel Garza wrote on Sunday, November 30th:
    On copycat crimes

    i found an article regarding "THe Matrix Reloaded" and insanity defenses. It states how some people have been found not guilty by reason of instanity due to the movie. And that even the DC sniper shooter wrote the words,"Free yourself of the Matrix" in seized jaikhouse sketches. i thought it was a very intersting article I thought it related to the class bc we had perviously discussed the movie and also copycat crimes.

    anel -- be sure to mention this in class.

    Merranda Houston wrote on Sunday, November 30th:
    On the lecture by Jennifer Bias

    I think the speaker was very informative. I appreciate her coming to our class to speak and she seemed like she had a pretty good relationship and feel for the media. I agree with her point that she made when she stated that the media has an influence on what we think abou the media; they saturate and over saturate our thoughts.

    merranda -- we'll be discussing this in class on monday.

    Matt Sherry wrote on Thursday, December 4th:
    On Tom Gunderson's presentation

    I thought the speaker yesterday was very good. It was interesting to hear the difference in how each city he had been in does their paper and why.

    matt -- thanks for the feedback, even though it is after the "absolute, final deadline."

    Kristina Stepler wrote on Thursday, December 4th:
    On Tom Gunderson's presentation

    I just wanted to say that I thought the guest speaker on Wed. was really good. I especially liked how he was able to compare Madison's newspaper to Kenosha's. I thought that it gave a good comparison on how different towns and cities do their reporting.

    kristina -- thank you for the feedback but this is way after the "absolute final deadline."



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    From CRMJ/SOCA 363: Corrections

    On Sunday, November 30th , Alison Weeks wrote:
    On a review of Bud, Not Buddy

    The book is very personal because it deals with every emotion. The boy follows his own heart, instincts, and rules for life. Definitely worth reading.

    alison -- okay.but do share more details in class.

    On Sunday, November 30th, Brad Becker wrote:
    On a review of The Sixteenth Round

    I just finished reading the book, The 16th Round Rubin "Hurricane" Carter. I enjoyed the book a lot and found out that there is a movie also that relates to this novel. Rubin "Hurricane" Carter was a top-ranked boxer in the 1960's until he was sent to prison for murdering three people. "Hurricane" claimed he was innocent and believed he was only sent to prison because of his race. After trying hard to claim his freedom by himself, which failed, a Canadian family helped him and he was later freed in the 1980's.

    brad -- but can you relate this book to the readings and other class materials?

    On Monday, December 1st, Caterricka Harris wrote:
    On teaching approach

    I really enjoyed the struture of this class. It was really easy to learn and explore the subjects within this class when going beyond the wriiten material and finding out information on my own (creative measures). The importance of this class was how much we would like to learn and looking up information for myself. Academic Assessment in Credited Course Learning is a very useful type of learning and should be used in a lot of classes.

    caterricka -- i'm glad you liked this teaching/learning approach. i want to discuss this with the class next week.



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