Tutorial_8_-_March_12

Tutorial_8_-_March_12 - life, economic structure, work,...

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MIT 2000 Tutorial 06 Lindsay Carrocci Office Hours: Tuesday 5:30 – 6:30 NCB 446b
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Mid-term Exams Hand back at end of class Please do not see me with questions until Tuesday during office hours (or email me after the weekend) Make sure to compare your work against the guidelines and suggested answers given in these slides BEFORE coming to see me. You need to have a legitimate argument for appeals.
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Gerald Friesen – Citizens and Nations Outlines how communicative acts (voice, writing, etc.) establish a framework for nationality and citizenship (identity) “History is what people make of their geography” The political-economic & the social-cultural
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Gerald Friesen – Citizens and Nations The Epochs 1. Oral Traditional (Andre Family) Aboriginal role in the community still carries weight today; sense of continuity to the land; fur trade; culture and politics 2. Textual Settlers (Goudie Family) Differences and similarities in communication, family
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Unformatted text preview: life, economic structure, work, gender roles, etc Gerald Friesen Citizens and Nations Goal of today: brainstorm essay topics from first two sections Divide into groups of 3 or 4 Identify potential 3 essay topics thematic transitional contrasting argumentative Select one group member to present your findings Indentify and Explain Subjective Key things: Did you provide a time frame? Did you adequately explain the term? Did you relate it to broader course themes? Not just facts clarity, structure, examples. You needed to show mean that you understand the topic! Answers EXAMPLE: Party Lines: Martin article, women/phone use contrasting with business purposes of Bell/phone companies, monopoly pricing, fostering community/overcome rural isolation, creating new uses for a technology, technology is not neutral or inherently democratic...
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2010 for the course MIT 2000 taught by Professor Robinson during the Spring '10 term at UWO.

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Tutorial_8_-_March_12 - life, economic structure, work,...

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