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Unformatted text preview: Summer 2011 MAKING OF THE MODERN WORLD VI The 20th Century and Beyond Instructor : Ivan Evans (Sociology) Office : SSB 489 Office hours : Centre Hall 105 Tel : 858-534-2614 Lecture times : 8-10:50 Hours : TBA Course ID: 718708 Required Course Texts: Jerry Bentley and Herbert F. Ziegler, Traditions and Encounters, MMW Combined Edition, 5 th Edition, (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2011), ISBN: 0077559223. Ann Raimes, Pocket Keys for Writers, 3rd edition (New York: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning, 2010), ISBN-10: 0547152949, or Andrea Lunsford, Easy Writer , 4 th edition (Boston Bedford/St. Martins, 2010), ISBN -10: 0-312-55425-7. A. Koester, Darkness at Noon . (Any edition from any store, including the UCSD Bookstore). Course reader : The reader must be purchased online from www.universityreaders.com A web site: ted.ucsd.edu. This site is an essential component of the course. Any material placed on it migh reflect in the exams. Course requirements: Writing Assignment [Prospectus (10%), Final Paper (25%)] - 35% Section - 10% Exams - midterm (25%) and final (30%) Further information of the writing assignment will be distributed during the quarter. Passing the Course To pass the course, you must satisfy all course requirements; i.e. you must take all exams and turn in all writing assignments to section instructor and Turnitin.com. Your instructors expect you to complete assigned readings for the day of lecture and section. The Pass/No Pass grading option is NOT permissible for MMW courses; all students must take the course for a letter grade. [This is important because it is physically possible for them to click on the P/NP grading option when they register; however, they MUST take the course for a letter grade in order to fulfill their graduation requirement. This is a problem we are trying to correct for the academic year.] Academic Integrity It is your responsibility to know and observe all UCSD rules concerning academic integrity and...
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