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Course: SOC 626, Fall 2008
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12/4/07: Note This is an edited version of an older version of my outcomes lecture which references some articles that were not assigned this term. I am going to be updating these notes to include information about &amp; from the articles not assigned. But if you are trying to get a head start on things, this will let you see what is to be discussed. You will see that a lot of it, but not all of it, overlaps...

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