1010Lecture 1(F2009)

1010Lecture 1(F2009) - ADMS 1010 Instructor: Laura Gainer

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1 ADMS 1010 Instructor: Laura Gainer lauragainer@sympatico.ca Midterm Assignment due at the beginning of class October 24th Late submissions accepted at the start of the October 31st class and will be assessed a 5% penalty
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Key to doing well in 1010 READ, course material and newspaper, minimum 6 hours per week. If you do not have Admin 1000 completed WITHDRAW from this course; otherwise you run the risk of being dropped from the course without financial compensation.
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3 Those of you looking for online copies of slides for this course Go to the course outline for APADMS 1010 on the York U website and at the top of the page is the URL for this course’s website. You must be registered in this section of the course to access the course website. The online slides are no substitute for doing the readings or taking notes in class. The midterm assignment is posted on this site.
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Midterm Often students in my section of this course face charges of breach of academic honesty. Of particular concern is the issue of plagiarism . Posted on the course website under the Assignment section is an excellent brochure created by York U that will assist you with citing references also http://info.library.yorku.ca/internet/citing. htm which will tell you how to cite what you find on the internet. at http://www. yorku .ca/laps/writ/ You will find info about workshops which will assist you.
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How to avoid academic dishonesty charges? ( http://www. yorku .ca/ academicintegrity ), to read the section ‘For Students’, and complete the Academic Integrity Tutorial: ( http://www. yorku .ca/tutorial/academic integrity/ ).
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Key to avoiding academic charges Know what is a citation (Footnote or Endnote or appropriate citation within the text of an essay) Know what is a Bibliography Your midterm will require both and it is your responsibility to learn what these are and to incorporate both . YOU MAY NOT USE APA FORMAT
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7 Readings This week Between Public and Private pages: pages 4-53
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8 New this Term!! At the beginning of every lecture we are going to play: What the heck is going on Laura?
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What is an ideology? It is a set of shared values, beliefs and ideas,  even  perceptions,  through which members of a society interpret the  reality  of  their  past  and  present as  well  as  shape  their  expectations and ambitions for the future. 8
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Functions of Ideologies Present a simplified cause and effect interpretation of a complex world Integrate a theory of human nature with life’s basic economic and social values Appear normative and moral in tone and content and aspire to perfect behaviour Draw their philosophical premises from constitutions, declarations and manifestos Constitute a broad belief system and advocate reforms in the basic fabric and structures of society. 12
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Functions of Ideologies continued Address fundamental questions about leadership, recruitment, succession and
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2010 for the course ADMS adms 1000 taught by Professor Indirasomwaru during the Fall '09 term at York University.

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1010Lecture 1(F2009) - ADMS 1010 Instructor: Laura Gainer

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