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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/14/11 POLI 101: Controversies in World Politics Spring 2011 Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30am 153 Gambrell Hall
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6/14/11 Instructor and Graduate Assistants Dr. Gordon Smith: [email protected] Evgeny Anikin: [email protected] Rebecca Reid: [email protected] Tim Young: [email protected] Dr. Smith and all graduate assistants are available during the office hours listed in the syllabus and by appointment.
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6/14/11 Course Description and Objectives This course attempts to address some of the complex topics that impact the modern world. Issues that will be addressed include the the evolution of the nation- state and interaction between states, as well as daunting topics like terrorism, failed states, poverty, civil war, and human rights.
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6/14/11 COURSE FORMAT AND REQUIREMENTS: The course will consist of lectures, discussions, quizzes, and examinations. On occasion, guest lectures will be presented by other USC faculty members or nationally recognized scholars from other institutions. Grades for the course will be based on: First Midterm exam 25% Second Midterm exam 25%
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6/14/11 Important Note about Make-Ups Make-up examinations will be given only by prior consent of the instructor . No make-ups will be permitted for quizzes. There will be 13 quizzes and the lowest three quiz scores will be dropped.
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6/14/11 Extra Credit Students may earn extra credit by attending lectures and colloquia sponsored by the
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