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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 13. Immigration: Theory of Impacts and Evidence Ronald Lee Econ/Demog 175 March 2, 2010
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 Reading for Thursday Douglas S. Massey (2007) “Understanding America’s Immigration ‘Crisis’” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society , v.151 n.3 (September) pp.309-327. In your Reader, pages 313-333. The midterm will cover the whole section on immigration, up to and including this Massey article.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 Announcements PS3 will be returned by the end of the week. Answers will be posted by Thursday. Regular GSI OH and sections this week. Midterm exam is next Tuesday 3/9 in class. GSI review session on Sunday, 3/7, 4-5:30pm 2050 VLSB. Prof. Lee's review session on Monday, 3/8, 5:30- 7pm 2050 VLSB.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 Regarding the Midterm See past midterms on bSpace I will post review questions before the MT Students needing DSP accommodations should go to the Demography Building (2232 Piedmont Ave) to take the exam, at the regular class time on Tuesday. Please bring your iClicker (don’t worry if you forget it). Don’t bring bluebooks. You will write on exam itself.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 * Mind and Body Awareness Week * Co-sponsored by University Heath Services, ASUC student groups, and the Alameda County Psychological Association, Mind and Body Awareness Week is a collaborative effort to educate the community, break down the stigma associated with these issues, and open up dialogue about mental health and body image issues. Events include lectures, workshops, presentations, and wellness screenings with professional counselors. All of the activities are free and open to faculty/staff/students and the community at large. For a full schedule of activities please visit http://uhs.berkeley.edu/aware .
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 Announcements about Nov 4 (Thursday) etc. Politics and classroom. However, for Thursday lecture – iClicker participation will not be counted in grade. Any material from Thursday on the Midterm will come from the readings for Thursday and the posted ppt.
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Ronald Lee, UC Berkeley, 2010 ASUC has organized a Virtual Rally for Higher Education for yesterday and today You can identify the legislators of your home districts, by clicking on the Cal Advocacy website: http://www.ucforcalifornia.org/cal/ You can compose a short personal message to your legislators, describing the importance of U.C.Berkeley to them, and the importance of restoring state funding to higher education. To synchronize with systemwide student government’s annual advocacy visit to Sacramento, these should be sent today if you wish to participate.
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Corrected slide #15 from Lecture 10 ppt I have uploaded a corrected version of the ppt and its pdf version. Slide 15 (a pre- drawn diagram) had an error. Slide 14 which I drew in class was correct. Thanks to a student for emailing me about
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